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Bag more peaks in free-moving comfort.
- Kinetic FTS (Flexible Transfer System) eliminates the need for a rigid stay by using breathable, semi-rigid materials in the back panel and waist belt
- Women's-specific design delivers anatomically correct support and stability
- Lightweight aluminum strut above the harness offers stability for heavier loads without compromising flexibility
- Pliable shoulder straps and waist belt facilitate unrestricted movement
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Professional climbers and Gregory Ambassadors, Joe Kinder and Collette McInerney, show us how they use the new Fury and Freia packs.
FURY AND FREIA PACKS
Designed for any "done-in-a-day" activity, these fully featured packs are perfect for peak-baggers, adventure racers, and even minimalist thru-hikers. Breathable harness and waist belt designs include mesh channels to ensure you stay cool during fast-paced endeavors while the anatomical back panel maintains comfort and stability at speed.
MEASURING YOUR TORSO LENGTH AT HOME
Easy and helpful guide to measuring yourself for the right size backpack...
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I just got this pack in the spring and have used it regularly. The pack is fairly lighweight and feels pretty good when filled completely. I use this for day hikes and also as a work field pack. I'm not a huge fan of how the lid opens from the opposite way (the back of the pack) than traditional packs with lids. Also, I find the waist belt isn't easily adjustable. You have to fidget with it, not like the usual waist straps where you can easily pull the webbing with one hand to tighten even as you are hiking or going along. Only one side is adjustable, the side with the male end of the buckle. You have to feed the strap through sections at a time through another webbing rigging piece before it fully adjusts. I like the big side mesh pockets for throwing things in on the whim, but the mesh is already tearing a bit from the top where it is sewn into the stretchy pocket. Little disappointed with this pack as I have a Gregory Deva 60 from 2003/2004 that is still solid with a lot of use. Luckily I won this pack at a raffle and will keep using it til it falls apart. Hopefully not too soon!