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Stroll or sprint to the top.

Gregory's Z30 Backpack handles casual hikes with the kids as well as your speedy summit attempts. Its CrossFlo suspension system uses an open mesh back panel to ensure much-needed airflow in warmer weather, and tensioned steel wires keep the backpack's load off your back without compromising stability. Ventilated foam gives breathable comfort to the waist belt, shoulder straps, and lumbar support.

The Z30 also features a unique hybrid top-loading design that opens up wide so you can find snacks at a moment's notice, and there are two pockets on both sides of the hybrid panel for valuables. There's also a hydration sleeve with a port for your reservoir hose, pockets for two water bottles, dual waist belt pockets for snacks, an internal security pocket for your keys and wallet, and a front bucket pocket for layers. Gregory also equipped the Z30 with compression straps for a secure load, and loops secure your ice axes or trekking poles when you don't need them.

  • CrossFlo suspension system
  • Ventilated foam on waist belt and shoulder straps
  • Hybrid top loading panel with zippered pockets
  • Hydration sleeve with hose port
  • Front bucket pocket
  • Dual quick-access waist belt pockets
  • Stretch water bottle pockets
  • Internal security pocket
  • Hideaway ice axe and trekking pole loops
  • Side and bottom compression straps

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Excellent Daypack

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I used this backpack on the Tour Du Mont Blanc trek and it performed excellent. Was extremely comfortable, the rain cover worked perfectly, and the air flow back panel kept my back completely dry even on hot days. It has tons of pockets for all storage. Highly recommended for long day hikes to overnight hikes.


Good but...

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Ive used this back pack in two long trips.
The chest strap broke after a while, it wasnt too hard to fix it tho.
The upper zip can be kinda annoying,the square form makes it kinda hard to open on an everyday use.

I also use my pack for school everyday , its hard to keep it standing,ussualy i have to lay it on the floor.
Not very good for transporting computer, it slices very easyly( my macbook fell from it from a table :/).

So far the rest is fine, i would maybe put more pocket on it, but its a good backpack.

Two long trips...from home to Starbucks with a macbook? You've really put this technical daypack through the wringer.

Well, my bad for not detailing "long trip".
1st trip: Thailand for 1 month straight, lots of hikes and stuff.
2nd trip: Australia and New Zealand for over 2 months.
Lots of hikes in NZ (like its meant to be).

Both of the times it was an "Im using my back pack everyday " way of doing it.

I hope this was helpful.