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The Gregory Fury 40 Backpack combines lightweight, breathable materials with a feature-loaded design that gives you everything you need without weighing you down. Optimal for minimalist through-hikers carrying up to 30 pounds of equipment.

  • 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
  • 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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Surprisingly the best Crag pack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Initially, when I got it, I hated it. There was no internal frame, and the hip belt tail doesn't tuck away anywhere.

But then it has become my favored pack for multi-pitches. Reasons are listed below:
- Despite the lack of frame, it carries well for the hike into back country with 10 plus kgs of gear. I am sure I have loaded it upto 15 odd kgs on many occasions. Including my 70 meter rope, a dozen runners, anchoring system, a full rack, water, food, helmet (which tucks away neatly at the back of the pack), and in addition, I have managed to get my partner's personal climbing gear into this! And I hardly feel the weight in comparison to my old packs.
- When I am climbing, with the lid tucked away, the pack takes on a very low profile. This is brilliant to climb with.
- The hip belt zippered pouches are made of some not so durable material, but they stretch to accommodate headlamp for easy access.
- And despite it's seemingly not so durable looks (read as 'pretty'), it is holding up well.

In summary, if you are looking for a day crag pack, to take up on the climbs, this is it.

Access is bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like the feel and fit but the only access to your stuff is through the top. It's like you have to dump all of your stuff out to get to something in the bottom. For that reason I hate this back. Given that I bought the 40 it feels like a never ending battle with loosing my stuff in it. I wish I would have bought the 30

Don't Bother

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Bought it and tried it around the house. It is definitely light weight. I'd say too light weight to hold anything at all. I put some stuff in it just to get a feel for some weight in it, and every thing sags and you can feel every little bump of whats in there against your back. Not worth the money


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.

Great Pack

    First pulled it out of the box and thought this thing is flimsy, I am used to the Gregory McKinley, which is a huge pack. I, as I am want to do, over packed, but the Fury 40 held it all and even though I was at least 7 to 10 lbs over the "rating" for the pack it felt as if it was part of my body. Surprisingly it breathed very well and my back was not a soaking mess after 10 miles in the Bridger Wilderness. I think it will be my new main pack even for 5+ day trip, since I am trying to become a minimalist - light as can be. Overall I would recommend this pack to anyone. Ofcourse, it is a Gregory so enough said.

    David in Idaho.

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