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Big capacity and big comfort meet head-on with this versatile week-worthy pack.

Your week-long trail ambitions may be misunderstood by co-workers and family, but once you put on the Baltoro 75 Backpack and feel how great its Response AFS suspension responds to a heavy load, you realize that Gregory has your back.This updated award-winning top-loader incorporates a larger load capacity with beefed-up suspension to carry all you need for a head-clearing getaway.

  • Thermo-molded EVA back panel and a grippy lumbar pad increase load transfer to your hips
  • Soft, adjustable, and load-stabilizing waist-belt rotates independently from the pack to provide functional support as you move through the mountains
  • LifeSpan EVA foam in the 3D precurved shoulder straps and waist-belt prevent hot spots on high-contact areas and retain their cushioning throughout years of use
  • Auto-cant harness technology with Auto-fit waist-belt system enable maximum fit with minimal adjustment
  • Single 7075-T6 aluminum stay and molded composite load-lifting panel prohibit barreling under heavy loads as well as enhance energy transfer
  • Front zipper access to the main compartment makes lunch breaks quick and easy, and the top quick-draw drawstring allows super-quick access to gear
  • Big pack space and cushy suspension allows you to comfortably carry up to 50lbs of gear, clothing, foot, and water through your chosen wilderness arena
  • Removable top lid doubles as a lumbar pack or sling bag and features a zip pocket and underside stash pocket for quick spurs off the main trail
  • Durable nylon fabric withstand lots of tough bushwhacking and a double-layered, water-resistant bottom panel prevents wear and a wet sleeping bag
  • DWR-coated, water-resistant zips prevent rain drops from invading your extra dry layers
  • Hydration sleeve and ports let you pipe your hydration reservoir (sold separately) directly to your lips during long treks
  • Bottom-accessed sleeping bag compartment separates your bag from other gear for easy access
  • Front zip, two top lid zip, two side zip, two waist-belt zip, and two side water bottle pockets keep your knife, camera, snacks, map, and water bottles accessible
  • Two trekking pole loops secure your sticks when your not cruising along the open trail
  • Top lid, bottom, and side compression straps shrink the Baltoro into a stable package when not fully loaded and also help to attach gear
  • Top and front loops let you attach extra gear during the longest treks

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Reliable pack? Of course, it's a Gregory

Reliable pack? Of course, it's a Gregory

My boyfriend has taken this pack all over the place and it's never let us down. It's been everywhere from Europe to hiking the Narrows in Zion National Park (pictured here). It holds a ton of stuff and is very durable. A great thing about it is the pocket to get into the pack from half way in; a must in a pack.

5 5

Best pack I own

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love everything about this pack. Before writing this I racked my brain to come up with something that I don't like about this pack, and couldn't come up with anything except I don't need slots to hold my ice axe or trekking poles externally because I don't use them. If you do though, they are perfectly placed!

Everything about this pack is very well thought out, and thoroughly tested time and again. All the way from the removable fabric bottom, to the zipper handles having an ergonomic contour that allows them to last longer and easier to hold. The lower back support is spot on with stiff lumbar support with allowed mobility to adjust for your personal torso size to dial in the fit.

This pack is all about the details, and they make it amazing. Know that chest strap that is fantasticly horribly placed on all packs? Well, good thing this one is adjustable. Always hate how you have to have a zipper slightly opened to have your hydration hose running out? Well, good thing there is a special slot that doesn't compromise the waterproofing or stability of the pack. Sick and tired of having a closing top that always slips and opens after 2 hours hiking? Yea, this one will never, ever let that happen to you.

Its the best pack I have ever put on, and for this size range the only one I would personally recommend. Gregory is a great company that gets better and better every evolution, and the Baltoro has been around a while. Its become a really, really great pack.

If you have any questions for me, give me a ring:
1.800.550.2639 ext: 4686

I'm looking at the Gregory Baltoro 65 and...

I'm looking at the Gregory Baltoro 65 and have a question about sizing. I have a 18.5 inch torso (47cm). Should I get the small or medium? Thanks

Responded on

Hey Jason,

I would suggest you purchase a medium size. The torso range that will accommodate the best is 18-20 inches. I hope this helps.

Unanswered Question

I'm looking for a large 75+ liter pack to...

I'm looking for a large 75+ liter pack to handle larger, heavy loads than I normally take. I think its between this and the North Face Conness 82. I have, use and love my North Face Crestone 60, it fits me almost perfectly, but can be to small. I like a pack that sits close to my back (not into the major air flow types). I'm pretty much stream line and can have trouble getting a waist belt to sit well on my hips (or lack of hips). Any suggestions/opinions between these two?

Good review of the Baltoro 75

This is a review of the previous model, however still applies to the new one.

5 5

Very Nice...

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've only had the opportunity to use it once so far. That being said, it met all of my expectations and surpassed a few more. I've got a couple friends that have the same pack and another that has the Palisade 80, so my expectations were fairly high. This is the largest pack I've owned/ used. I was glad to see that it can accommodate both large and small loads quite nicely.
When I hiked with it I was surprised at how comfortable the pack stayed... even with a somewhat hefty load. It really felt like an extension of my own body. I've still got a couple more adjustments to make, but it was a pleasure to use.
My only issue with the pack so far is that the sleeping bag compartment cannot be entirely separated from the upper compartment. Mostly that just means that you can have items in the upper section fall down into either side of the lower section. I didn't know this upon purchase, but it is certainly not a deal breaker. I'd happily recommend it to anyone that is looking for a quality pack. It has a very well thought out design that makes for a convenient piece of equipment.

5 5

Perfect...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This pack is IMO the best pack on the market. well, there could be a better one out now but I'm not looking for a new one. This pack has enough room for more than you could possible use. The zips allow easy access to the main compartment and the strap system keeps everything stable. The "Brain" is removable and converts into a fanny pack for quick bonus hikes. It is not waterproof at all and I have found that placing a 30L Sea to Summit roll top bag in the main compartment helps keep everything dry. Access to the water bottle pocket is easy and a nalgene bottle slides in or out effortlessly. My only dig is it can get a little warm on hot days when compared to the Z series or packs with trampoline backs.

is it waterproof ? if not please suggest...

is it waterproof ? if not please suggest a 70-75L waterproof pack

Responded on

The Arc'teryx Naos 85 Backpack represents the obvious choice for carrying big loads in extremely wet environments. This heavy-duty hauler features durable, weather-resistant fabric, fully taped seams, and a roll-top closure to ensure you gear stays as dry as possible no matter the weather. With more than 5,000 cubic inches of cargo capacity, the Naos 85 Backpack easily holds enough gear to keep you going for a week or more. BUT IT'S $700. Get a 30L dry bag to line the interior.

5 5

Sturdy, great backpack

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just got back from three days out carrying my gear and half my girlfriend's gear and I am very pleased with this pack. I am not an ultra-lighter, and I want a backpack that will handle heavier loads easily and sturdily, and the Baltoro is certainly that. It's so comfortable it does not feel that heavy.

My former pack was a Gregory Shasta, and I loved that thing. I'm tempted to choose "put it through the ringer" for this review because I used the Shasta for about 12 years and never had single problem until it disappeared during a recent move. So I took the opportunity to try on a few more packs and found that the Gregory still fit me best. From inspection, I'm confident that the Baltoro will hold up as well as the Shasta. And it's just as comfortable on me.

Two things I always wished for from the Shasta were pockets and front access to the main compartment. The Baltoro has these and I love them. I don't know about the articulated hipbelts yet. I can feel them swiveling, but I'm not sure this makes it any more comfortable.

One worry I had was I can feel the aluminum stay jutting in the back a little just above the lumbar support when the pack is fully loaded. The padding on back and lumbar support here isn't as generous as was on the Shasta, but though I could feel the stay there it never became uncomfortable. Maybe I can adjust it (haven't tried yet) and if not maybe after many more days of use it will bother me, but fine for now.

I am 6'2" and I like the fit of the large. I don't know my torso size, but I have longer legs. I wanted a medium hipbelt so I exchanged the large belt for a medium with Gregory, which they turned around in less than a week. Great customer service.

Bottom line: this is seriously a fine pack, and I'm happy that Gregorys fit me well.

which baltoro would be better suited for...

which baltoro would be better suited for section hiking(50-100miles) at the AT, the 65 or 75?

Best Answer Responded on

I personally use a Baltoro 75L for that distance. The downside to this pack would be the weight. If you are counting ounces, then you could look at the Gregory Z 75L. The Z is a little lighter, but you are sacrificing some features like front loading access and sleeping bag compartment . In my opinion, front load access is a must. Also, I personal like the suspension system on the Baltoro compared to the Z series. Lastly, the Baltoro 65L and 75L both weigh the same, so why not choose the larger pack? I hope this helped. If you have anymore questions please ask.

Responded on

I would go with the 75 because it sounds like you might be out for a while on some of the hikes. For the shorter hikes if you can get them done in a few days you can just pack less and use the compression straps to keep the load snug. I generally go for a backpack that will be great for my longest trip then just snug down a load for shorter trips.

5 5

Great pack for many different uses.

This pack is pretty good for multi-day hikes or even a quick hike that requires a lot of gear like running to a climbing crag. It carries heavy loads very well and makes it feel like a small backpack. This pack also has some nice features like the holster styled water bottle holder and gear loops. Many different zippers for easy access to all of the different compartments. The lid is huge and contains many different items that need to be accessed easily. Overall great larger sized pack that I would recommend to anyone that it fits.

Great pack for many different uses.
5 5

Awesome pack!

Seems like you never run out of room to cram things into this beast. It can easily accommodate a 4-5 day trip in style. The load does seem to get carried by the pack very efficiently making up for the packs heavy weight. All zippers and buckles work well. The Baltoro is a feature-rich pack that seems perfect for trips where your normal pack size might just not cut it. The only downside is, you'll need a smaller pack for when your wanting to take less. Seems like you need quite a bit of stuff in the pack just to get it to look right.

4 5

Great pack even though I returned it.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So I ended up returning this pack after a summer of use, not because there was anything wrong with it. I saw the new model of the Osprey Aether 85 and they finally made the changes I wanted. They added hipbelt pockets which is a must for me. This pack is not bad though it does have a few shortcomings. I like all the features it has but the hip belt pockets are rather small so you can only carry small items such as chapstick. I am not a fan of the back pads though because there is no room for air circulation.
This pack still has a lot of nice features such and a removable lumbar pack. A sleeping bag compartment is an amazing feature and I love it.
It fits great even though it doesn't have an adjustable torso like the Osprey.
I was really on the fence between these two packs that it came down to such small details that made me chose this Gregory pack. Now that Osprey has fixed their pack I am going to give it a try who knows I may be switching back to the Boltoro.