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Description

Trek far with heavy loads.

The Gregory Women's Deva 70 Backpack helps you carry heavy loads comfortably up to the alpine and beyond. Its women-specific Response A3W Suspension system hauls loads as heavy as 65 pounds over challenging terrain that goes on forever. Highly ventilated and cushy LifeSpan foam covers the back panel, shoulder straps, and waist belt for breathable comfort from the trailhead to the campsite. You can move, replace, and interchange the QuickSwap shoulder straps for a customized fit, and the removable LumbarTune adds 10mm of support to your lower back when you need it.

The Deva is a traditional top-loader, and Gregory added a U-shaped front access point for convenient unpacking. This backpack also comes with Gregory's superlight SideKick daypack that doubles as a hydration sleeve, and the girth-hitched compression MultiStraps can act as a webbing belt for the SideKick when you want extra support on ultralight day hikes. The Deva also features a sleeping bag compartment with internal dividers, a WeatherShield waist belt pocket to protect electronics, an ergonomic SideWinder pocket for water bottles, and multiple attachment points for ice axes and trekking poles.

  • Women-specific Response A3W Suspension
  • 3D pre-curved LifeSpan foam at back, waist belt, and shoulders
  • QuickSwap interchangeable shoulder straps
  • Top and front accesses to main compartment
  • Removable LumbarTune and SideKick daypack included
  • Removable rain cover with dedicated pocket
  • Sleeping bag compartment
  • SideWinder stowable bottle holster
  • Stretch mesh water bottle pocket
  • WeatherShield waist belt pocket
  • Double Barrel lid pockets
  • Twin side-mounted zippered gear pockets
  • Dual ice axe loops and trekking pole attachments
  • Girth-hitched compression MultiStraps at bottom

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I've decided on the Deva pack but am torn between the 60 and 70. I'm just starting out and will probably limit the first few trips to a long weekend but could see wanting to transition into longer trips in the future. Does the reduced weight of the new 70 allow it to handle better with less gear or will it still be an overwhelming pack for a long weekend?

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There's only a 1lb difference between the 60 and the 70 so you probably wouldn't notice that too much. I haven't tried the new Deva packs yet but in my experience, Gregory packs cinch down pretty tight so you can carry a smaller load in them okay. If you think you might transition into longer trips where you'd need a bigger bag, my thoughts would be to just get the bigger bag - you can make a big bag smaller, but not vice-versa! Also, when I've had a bag that's too big for a trip, I've stuffed things in it that are fluffy but not heavy (i.e., I don't compress my pillow) just to fill it out a little and that works well :)

My height is 1.63 meters. Which size would fit me most?

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Overall height is not a great way to size backpacks. The best way is to measure your torso length (from where your shoulders meet your neck-down to your hips). Then check the size chart to see which size will fit you best.