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A women-specific pack designed for multi-day hikes.

When Friday afternoon finally rolls around, you'll be ready to load up the Gregory Women's Jade 40 Backpack and head to the backcountry for a weekend of much-needed alpine trekking. The women-specific Jetstream LTS suspension system eliminates unnecessary contact points with your back for maximum ventilation and provides ample support for your gear. Plus, the side-access zipper allows you to grab an extra layer when the sun dips without unpacking everything.

Gregory's JetStream LTS suspension system is strong, simple, and lightweight. It also provides cooling airflow across your back to pull moisture and heat away. The back panel is made with a moisture-wicking, breathable mesh to transfer heat and moisture away from your body. Access to the Jade 40's main compartment is made easy with an opening at the top and a large side access zipper. A large stretch mesh front pocket provides convenient storage for items that you'll need to get to through the course of your hike, such as lunch and rain gear. The pack also provides easy access to small items with dual waist belt pockets and a large dump pocket on the front of the pack, as well as a highly water-resistant top pocket with a waterproof zipper and sealed seams.

  • JetStream LTS Suspension with adjustable waistbelt
  • Tough 210D double diamond ripstop & 420D HD flat weave fabric
  • Torso size: x-small 14-16in, small 16-18in, medium 18-20in
  • Breathable, moisture-wicking, mesh back panel
  • Recommended for loads up to 40lb
  • Top and side access
  • Durable, lightweight nylon construction

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