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    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
    • Item #GRE002C

    Tech Specs

    210D HT double diamond ripstop, broken twill nylon
    [x-small] 4027 cu in, [small] 4271 cu in, [medium] 4515 cu in
    Response A3W
    Shoulder Straps
    QuickSwap interchangeable 3D pre-curved LifeSpan EVA foam
    Waist Belt
    yes, 3D pre-curved LifeSpan EVA foam, removable LumbarTune
    top, front
    2 zippered lid, 1 SideWinder water bottle, 1 WeatherShield waistbelt, 2 zippered gear, 1 stretch mesh
    Ice Axe Carry
    Trekking Pole Carry
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    yes, removable divider
    Rain Cover
    yes, removable in zippered pocket
    Detachable Daypack
    yes, included SideKick
    yes, MultiStraps
    Weight Capacity
    65 lb
    [x-small] 28 x 16 x 13 in, [small] 30 x 17 x 14 in, [x-small] 32 x 17 x 14 in
    Claimed Weight
    [x-small] 4 lb 13 oz, [small] 5 lb 1 oz, [medium] 5 lb 5 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, alpine & expedition
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Pricey but worth it.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Great, comfortable pack. It comes with all the bells and whistles. I love that it comes with a day pack and a rain cover. Suited me and anticipated my needs perfectly. Also didn't chafe my skin when wearing a tank. The water bottle on the belt is wonderful but it also has enough room for any size bladder bag with a bite in an accessible area. Quality bag that will endure the tests of hiking

    Girlfriend Likes It

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm happy with this pack because my girlfriend likes it. She says it fits her torso perfectly, has the necessary storage room for all of her stuff (even if it is unnecessary) for a multi day trek in the woods. If she likes it, I like it. easy.

    You Can Do Better

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    OK, for starters... This pack got allll the 2015 reviews and has ranked SO high, so I figured I would try it out.


    1. The outer zipper runs vertically, on a pretty big main storage area, so if you have anything other than cloth in there, its going to fall to the bottom and you can't keep much in there that won't fall out as soon as you unzip it. I like the use the outer pocket for day snacking food, wipes, and other immediate needs, and this large vertical pocket does not effectively allow for one to use that space to their advantage.

    2. The two one way zippers at the top are pretty much the same issue, except these also get stuck in your hair when you're hiking. The testers probably just wore a super high pony tail so never figured it out, but i wear braids, and it pulls them every time which makes for a pretty miserable hiking experience. The direction of the top zippers also sucks because if you are laying your pack down nothing stays in them, everything ALWAYS falls out. If you are hiking and don't want to take your pack off they are convenient to unzip, but, once again everything falls out because the way the pack wraps over the top gravity forces everything in there to fall on your head. They need to switch the direction of the zip or make it a two-way. Since the zippers are on such a top curve, they don't really stay all the way to the end, and I've found sometimes that if I have chapstick or something small and narrow, it will slip right out of the little space.

    3. The way this pack packs is not conducive to the female body type (mine at least). Its large and wide, and when hiking it throws off your center. I do not recommend a beginner buying this at all, because if you don't know the science of packing perfectly, you will end up with a really lopsided and lumpy pack (I've seen it, it looks painful!I -- I personally prefer packs that are more tall and form fitting to the height of your torso, as opposed to packing out wide in every direction and throwing your balance around. I understand how to pack it, that isn't the issue. The issue is how the pack is designed. Go for a longer more slender pack, this one requires a lot (too much) of attention to pack!

    4. The belt buckle - My friend got the same pack and her buckle was so cheap and broke within her first two times using the pack. It collapsed inside on the clip, so actually getting that "click" when you fasten it wasn't happening, and you had to really jam it together to get it to stay, and pry it open to get it off. Not fun when its the only thing you have.

    5. There are not many areas to attach carabiner clips to on the back center area. Only on the bottom sides, which when something attaches there it throws off your balance more, or hits you in the legs, or swings a lot. Its much nicer when a pack has clips along the vertical external pocket area (the one mentioned above) to keep with balance and so it doesn't swing so much, or nock around.


    1. The belt pockets - One is waterproof, and one is mesh. Its very convenient to have the waterproof one to stick your phone in for easy use and safety.

    2. The waist strap is very wide and comfortable!

    3. I love the water bottle pocket on the outside, that is just within reaching distance.

    4. I love that the rainfly is included, and there is a secured pocket for it.

    5. Day pack is perfect that is included.

    6. The pack is very lightweight

    All in all, the pack isn't BAD, but I would never recommend it to another female backpacker, and would never go with Gregory again. Ive done extensive research and testing, and there are other brands that I highly recommend instead.

    You Can Do Better

    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?

    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?