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A highly adjustable, compressible day pack that keeps up with your weekend-warrior pace.

With one day of hiking left and at least ten miles of trail to travel, the women-specific Gregory Navarino 12 Daypack lets you move quickly and comfortably through your favorite patch of wilderness. Gregory made this pack with a narrower back panel and curve-friendly straps for a perfect fit.

  • A zipper-accessed hydration sleeve in the back panel enables easy filling, and the tube management system means you'll be able to drink on the move
  • BioSync ATS suspension uses flexible connections to attach the shoulder harness and waist belt to the pack
  • On-the-go internal compression lets you adjust how the pack fits on your back
  • Moisture-wicking Aero-mesh back panel, shoulder straps, and waist belt encourage ventilation for a cool and dry hike
  • Two zippered waist belt pockets hold snacks or a camera within reach
  • The front mesh pocket features three-point compression to reduce open space inside the back to give you a solid-feeling carry
  • The bottom-front loop serves as an attachment point for a bike light or reflector
  • Pack fits torso lengths of 14-20in

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Does anyone know the average packed dimensions of this pack? I am looking for a pack that falls roughly within 17in x 10in so I can carry it on a plane.

The Dimensions of this pack are 17in x 9in x 1in So this will work as a carry on

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the smaller size of this pack, especially the torso. I'm 5'4" and use the Gregory Jade 50 size small, and this day pack works really well for me. Basically every other daypack out there is too long in the torso for me.

I can fit a 3L bladder in this bag, granola bars, dog treats, a small first aid kit, a hat, and my giant puffy stuffed in the outer stretchy compartment. I also use this every day for work--I can fit my 11" computer, water bottle, lunch, and wallet.

I removed the hip belt--I have little need for it and it's a bit annoying for every day use. Pretty easy to stitch rip.

Construction is good--I've used it every day for mountain biking, hiking, traveling, field work, impromptu running for the bus, grocery shopping, etc, for over a year now and besides scuffs here and there from hiking, there's really no wear. I highly recommend it if you're looking for a small daypack/everyday pack.

4 5

Great day pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I read the other reviews which made me skeptical that this pack would do what I needed it to do, but I was very happy with it. I took it to Rocky Mountain National Park for some dayhiking and packed it full! It could have been roomier, but then I would have weighed it down with more things I didnt need. It was light weight and highly adjustable! Here is what I stuffed inside: Small first aid kit, lightweight softshell jacket (rolled into a ball), 2L Camelbak (as the other reviews say, it fits nicely), extra socks, lightweight gloves and hat, 4 cliff bars and a couple of sandwiches. It was a bit of a pain if I had to get to the bottom of the pack because it was so small, but I had all I needed for 10 hours on the trail. This is a great pack if you are looking for something small/lightweight. If you are on the fence about the size I'd probably go for the Wasatch for a few extra cu in's.

Navarino 12

Designed specifically for use during high aerobic activities such as fitness, hiking and cycling, the Active Trail line uses tendon-like attachments to connect the harness and waistbelt to the pack body. These points stretch and retract as that area of your body moves.

3 5

Too small!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I do a lot of field work and hiking for my job and thought this pack could be the perfect mini field pack: bigger than a fanny-pack/satchel but smaller than my big camping pack. "Mini" was right! I wear a women's S/M, but have long arms and muscular shoulders. The pack seemed like a kid's bag even when I adjusted the shoulder and waist straps. Great Gregory quality, and the inner pocket seemed like a good fit for a snack, extra tee, and water bladder, but I wouldn't plan on fitting much else in.