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The Jade sets a new standard for women’s-specific day packs.

The Gregory Women’s Jade 30 Backpack provides versatility and comfort for lightweight overnights or long day trips. The front bucket pocket expands to fit extra layers and food, and cinches down when you need a more streamlined pack.
  • JetStream DTS Suspension supports heavy loads while allowing airflow across your back
  • DTS harness yoke increases frame stiffness as the pack load increases, which means weight transfers to the waist-belt instead of straining your shoulders
  • Backpanel is narrower than a unisex pack so the shape and shoulder straps actually fit your torso
  • Moisture-wicking shoulder straps and waist-belt keep you cool and dry

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Hello!

This pack looks great and its...

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Hello!

This pack looks great and its just the right size for what I need, but I'm concerned about that bucket pocket on the front. It appears to gap on the sides when its buckled into place. Won't it fill up when it gets rained on?

Please help! I hope you can answer tonight because I need to place my order tonight!

Thanks so much in advance for your assistance!
Cori

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I've never seen that happen with any similar set-ups. The pack isn't waterproof, so any minimal amount of water that does happen to get in there directly will seep out through the fabric. Also, if it's raining that hard, the entire pack will be soaking wet, so you might want to get a rain cover when you order the pack. Hope that helped.

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As usual, I agree with Phil. If your primary concern at the moment is rain, you should most definitely invest in a rain cover.