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Versatile, durable, and stable.
- Water-resistant roll-top styling is lightweight and easy to load
- External hydration-sleeve access lets you refill your water without emptying half of your gear
- Integrated rain cover protects your cargo in inclement weather
- Side and bottom compression straps keep your load stable and secure
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GEAR REVIEW: Gregory Savant 58 Backpack
Overall a great pack... I only found one minor "flaw". Find out more in my video review
A series perfect for overnight trips, trekking, and general mountain use, offering a full, traditional feature set without a lot of clutter. Easy access to gear makes these packs versatile enough for use in the backcountry or traveling across the globe. Molded foam back panel, harnesses and waist belt means you'll get maximum durability and stability in this do-everything, high-value pack line.
I am tall -so I need the large size- but...
I am tall -so I need the large size- but I have a ~32 inch waist and I am worried that the waist belt will be too large. What sizes do the waist belts on these packs fit?
I'm sorry to say that the large waist belt is 34" and up.
Great Pack from Gregory
I had the chance to try this pack out on a couple of recent hikes and as with most Gregory packs, it's a winner. The medium is a 58 L pack. I really like the roll-top style secure top. It also has a nice separate water bladder compartment. The balance and comfort were very good. The only negative I have is with the water bottle pockets, but it's minor. See my complete review at: