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Whatever the activity, the Tarne can handle it.

Whether your Saturday includes skiing, hiking, or biking, the Gregory Tarne 36 Backpack comfortably carries all the odds and ends. The Tarne’s wide zippered access to the main compartment extends down the side of the pack, so you can find your gear quickly and easily. The soft, pre-curved shoulder straps and waist-belt eliminate hot spots on main contact areas, while the Wraptor Stabilizer transfers the weight evenly over the wider lumbar area of your back to balance the load and reduce bouncing.

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4 5

Great Pack

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I wanted to start this review off by saying I never give products 5 stars until I have retired it. Currently I have had this pack for a year, and used it 30+ times, with little to no signs of wear. It has been fantastic for day hikes, but have yet to use it on an over nighter. The one downside of the pack is there are only straps on the sides, and no straps on the bottom, which is where I normally like to attach a pad or tent. However for day hikes it has plenty of room. If you are looking for a quality pack in this size range you won?t be disappointed.

Looks like a solid backback. I'm looking...

Looks like a solid backback. I'm looking for a mid sized backpack
that can be used as a carryon for air travel. For road trips I
want to pack light. One carry on backpack.

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There is no question here.....but I will say that gregory packs are my favorite from experience and this pack would suit your needs.

5 5

Two Thumbs Up

I really like this pack, for one great reason, it is super comfortable. It carries the load close to your body so it moves with you, and the shoulder and hip straps are some of the best fitting I have seen. It has a clean design, good access with the panel zipper, lots of gear loops to haul climbing/ski/camping gear, and it is really light weight. I use mine mainly for ultralight overnight backpacks. The only thing I'm not a huge fan of is the back pannel isn't well ventilated, so your back will sweat some, but that is the trade off to have your load fit tight to your body. Typical Gregory quality, and craftsmanship. Overall a five star!

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I`m almost decided to buy Gregory Trane 36, but I found North Face alteo 35, which is very simmilar but seems to have better ventilation. Have you ever had experience with ventilation system(from North Face) in backpack?

5 5

Excellent Pack

I have been searching long and hard for the perfect 30-35L pack that I can use for everything. Hiking, backcountry skiing, travel etc.

The thing I love about this back is it can carry a heavy load comfortably and move with my body. As I ski, I need a pack that moves with me. This pack becomes me. I also have the Torre, which is sort of a roll top version of this pack, and it is a favorite too.

I also love the slim and clean design. Great Pack!

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Have you used this with XC mountain biking? How do you think it would fair?

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@BenHurrhurr

It's fine, but don't pack anything on/in the top compartment. You will hit your head every time you look upward.