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    Ready for your long weekend.

    A big-time weekend pack designed just for the ladies, the Gregory Deva 60 Women's Backpack blends serious capacity with the comfort that makes your trail time that much more enjoyable. If you're looking to schlep serious gear on your next two- or three-dayer, the Deva serves up nearly 4000 cubic inches of capacity. That's plenty of room for all your stuff, provided you don't plan on bringing eleventy five different fuzzy baselayers with you, just in case. The ridiculously adjustable Response AFS suspension lets you dial in a comfortable, personalized ride, and the pre-curved Auto-Cant harness and EVA foam Auto-Fit hip belt pivot independently to conform to your body and keep you balanced on tough terrain. The back panel is also thermo-molded for comfort and has a cushy lumbar pad with Elastomeric Gription technology, which is presumably something Gregory cribbed from alien spaceships.

    The Deva's adjustability and comfort make it stand out, but it's also optimized to hold up to three days' worth of backpacking gear and adapt to the demands of your trip. The removable lid has two pockets and doubles as a lumbar pack if you're going on short explorations or summit strolls, and the pockets on the front, side, and hip belt keep layers, snacks, maps, and other essentials where you can reach them. Gregory also built in a hideaway water bottle pocket on the side of the pack and included a hydration-compatible sleeve with multiple easy-to-feed hose ports. A series of lash points, loops, and compression straps hold trekking poles or sleeping pads, and the DWR-coated water-resistant zippers and reinforced bottom help stop the elements from sogging your sleeping bag and interfering with your beauty sleep.

    • Reponse AFS suspension with aluminum stay
    • Thermo-molded backpanel
    • 3D pre-curved harness and hip belt with LifeSpan EVA foam
    • Auto-Cant harness and Auto-Fit hip belt
    • Removable lumbar pack lid
    • Lid, front, side, hip belt, and hideaway water bottle pockets
    • Hydration compatible
    • Trekking pole loops and compression straps
    • Item #GRE002D

    Tech Specs

    210D nylon, 420D HD nylon
    3661 cu in
    Response AFS, thermo-molded back panel, aluminum stay
    Shoulder Straps
    LifeSpan EVA foam, Auto-Cant harness
    Waist Belt
    yes, LifeSpan EVA foam, Auto-Fit
    Hydration Compatible
    top, front, bottom
    2 lid, 1 front, 2 side, 2 hip belt, 1 hideaway water bottle
    Gear Loops
    Trekking Pole Carry
    Detachable Daypack
    yes, lid lumbar pack
    Weight Capacity
    50 lbs
    Claimed Weight
    5 lb 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Incredible reviews, but not convinced.

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    Got it for a trip that didn't materialize, but.....I did load it with all the gear I was going to take. I got the xs, I'm 5 feet exactly 126 pounds. I got measured at a store, not Backcountry. The guy told me I was a size small. After buying a size small very quickly it was painfully obvious it was too big. I got this xs from Backcountry, I loaded it with all the gear. First of all it has a nice and removable day pack inside, whick also doubles as a holder for your Camelbak or other hydration bladder. I quickly discovered that having my 100 oz. Camelback in there would 1. take too much space and 2. if it leaks I'd have a major flood. I removed the backpack and you can find a way of putting it on the outside, but since I never went on my trip I'm not sure how it would work in real life. The pack weighed 25 pounds with gear including stove, food , sleeping bag and extra clothes for an alpine trip, xtra shoes and I was going to add a 1 person bivy. There was still room for a few more items. The accessibility is great from the bottom, the front and the top. I prefer maybe a few more pockets. Where my problem really came in to play was the fit. I loaded it as I would in the field and walked 1/2 mile. I never felt like the hip belt was really supporting the majority of the weight and the shoulder straps did not feel exactly comfortable. I have not backpacked in a lot of years but I'm really fit and have relatively broad shoulders, so the straps did not sag or fall off they were just plain not as comfy as all the reviews made it out to be. My walk was going to be the Haute Route carrying about a 20 pound pack, so in the end I'm glad the trip is not going to happen, because I have more time to explore other options. It may be another Gregory pack, but I am certain it won't be this one, at least not with the shoulder straps it comes with. If you can, get it at a store where someone knowledgeable will actually work with you and tweak the fit so it's exactly right. Maybe that's what went wrong with me.

    Unanswered Question

    Can anyone compare the Amber 60 to the Deva 60? I LOVE the fit of the Deva, but I didn't get a chance to try the Amber. Any comfort difference? (I have read the tech specs, but they don't mention the padding differences)