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For winter enthusiasts.

Gregory's Targhee 32 Backpack is fully-featured for skiers, snowboarders, tourers, and ice climbers. Its VertFlex suspension system ensures vertical stability as well as the freedom of movement that winter enthusiasts need on the ascent and descent. This system includes a sturdy framesheet, wire-reinforced stability, snow-shedding fabrics, durable reinforcements, and high-density foam at the back, waist belt, and back panel.

The Targhee carries skis diagonally or in an A-frame, snowboards vertically, and snowshoes for convenient versatility. This backpack also holds helmets and avalanche gear for quick access to your safety tools. The hydration sleeve includes an insulated hose cover to prevent your water from freezing. Gregory equipped the Targhee 32 with a single gear loop, ice clipper slots, a zippered pocket at the waist belt, a top pocket for goggles, and a security pocket for valuables.

  • Perimeter-wire-reinforced VertFlex suspension
  • Top or full-length back accesses
  • A-frame and stowable diagonal ski carry straps
  • Stowable vertical snowboard or snowshoe straps
  • Hydration sleeve with insulated hose cover
  • Dedicated avalanche safety pocket
  • Stowable mesh helmet holder
  • Tubular gear loop, ice clipper slots, and zippered pocket at waist belt
  • Oversized top accessory and goggle pocket
  • Internal security pocket

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5 5

Best BC pack I've used

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Gregory made a great pack with the Targhee and I'm constantly recommending this to people when they ask about a good touring backpack. It's incredibly well thought out, from the helmet carrier to the way ski poles and ice axes sit on the pack. The front panel is perfectly laid out for avy gear, the main pocket easily fits a bladder, a couple of layers and crampons, and the top pouch is perfect for goggles, snacks and a flask. I can even carry my SLR easily if I pack well.

I have used it for short tours, long days, mixed ski mountaineering and trips to the gym. In short, I'm a big fan. My only grip is that the ice ax and pole attachment clips are a little small to squeeze with really cold fingers. Aside from that, it's pretty close to perfect.