Michael L wrote a question about Gregory Denali Pro 105 Backpack - 6100-7000cu in on July 19, 2014
What's the best rain cover for this pack?
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What's the best rain cover for this pack?
Could be Glen's monitor settings or the original photograph too. Who knows how much the colours have been altered in post-processing.
Regardless of this, having seen a few of the cayenne jackets in a shop, I agree with Pat and Paul, it's an orange colour rather than red.
For all those wondering about where this piece is made, here's photographic proof. It's made in Canada, not China.
If you're after a solid water bottle that works, look no further. I hung this thing of my pack trekking in Nepal (see photo) and it never failed me.
I filled it with hot water at night and it warmed up my sleeping bag, I then slept with it for extra warmth and then had something warm to drink in the morning. Perfect.
You can just see the Goat sticker on my bottle in the photo!
I'm 6'1 and 180. I wear mediums because I like my fit to be unrestrictive but close. If you like your shorts baggy then size up.
I use my shorts for almost everything, whether it be trekking, cycling or just around town. The pockets are well sized and placed too.
Their lightweight is one of the best things about them, but they are still really tough.
I little pricey but I've had them a year and they look good as new, even after a month in Nepal!
I'm 6'1 and 180. I wear a medium in these. They aren't too tight and not too baggy, just right for me. No worries with the length either.
I got these to trek during winter in the Himalaya under a soft shell. They're too warm if it's bright and sunny and you're working hard but if it's windy and cold, these pants protect you really well. They provide excellent warmth under a shell and increase the wind resistance if layered under a shell.
A worthwhile addition to your kit if you're out in the backcountry during winter. I can imagine these pants being very useful for climbing in cold weather too.
I'm 185 cm tall but have a similar chest size to you. My medium is perfect for me, there's space underneath for a light fleece on cold days but it's not super baggy. It may cover a bit more of your rear end compared to me.
Me - 185cm/85kgs
Size - medium
Colour - Phantom/Magma
I've had this anorak for a week and I'm really enjoying it. As my title suggests, it looks great (photo to come) and will keep the functional types happy too.
It's really comfortable on top of a T-shirt or other base layer. It's light enough that you don't really notice you're wearing a pretty durable and protective piece. I've walked through a few city parks with it on and it keeps the elements out really well. Wind resistance is good and it breathes surprisingly well too. I doubt it would be suitable for high energy pursuits but it wasn't designed for that.
I gave it 3 stars because I've only had it for a week, haven't had an opportunity to really test it out. However, I do expect it to get more stars on my next review.
UPDATE: OK I've had this for a while now and I've worn it almost everyday in this autumn weather. It's ideal for this shoulder season with a mid layer underneath. The anorak moves nicely with my body with the extra layer and it does an excellent job of keeping the wind out. Not wind proof but very resistant to cold winds. I like the velcro cuffs, they're robust and do the job they're supposed to. Overall I think this is an excellent product and I'll be wearing it throughout winter too.
These are my first and only pair of barefoot runners. I've been running in these for 8 months now and I really think they're great.
They're really lightweight but they seem to offer great protection for such a minimalist shoe. You really notice the lack of bulk compared to regular running shoes and it's a good thing for me. They feel more natural on your feet and you get more feedback from the ground you're running on.
Absolutely not. The pocket is very shallow, like 3.5 inches. Enough room for a phone and other bits and pieces only.
I do not leave home without my Buff and quite frankly, I can't believe it's taken Backcountry.com this long to stock them.
They work in all seasons and for all activities. If I'm not wearing my Buff then I have it in my pack, without exception. The product really is outstanding. Search YouTube for a couple of videos showing you how it works, brilliant!
The Buff is so versatile I use it to clean my sunglasses and coarse filter drinking water. Beat that!!
At this price, everyone needs a Buff in their kit.
@Dave - Fill weight is not the same loft fill, which is what the 700 refers to.
The photos don't show just how good the hood is. It's adjustable at the back via a drawstring, bringing the hood back off your face. The protection the neck area of the jacket provides when zipped up is awesome. There's no way cold air is getting in through there. Also, the jacket is extremely lightweight. Yes it squishes into its own pocket for ease of packing down. My only gripe and it's a small one, is the pocket lining. The lining is the same material as the outside so not very warm to the touch. My NF Nuptse down vest has a lovely warm pocket lining that I wish was on this jacket too. This is my first Norrona product and it's very impressive. They look like a brand you can trust.
I don't have an answer goodyear but I would like to know it too. Anyone??
Does the 4D GTX even exist?
I went looking for any hiking boot of this kind and found these on sale. I got them just because they looked sturdy and they were the cheapest.
I'm very happy with what I got. They aren't the most fashionable of shoes but they get the job done. They're the kind of shoe you don't notice because they just get on with the job.
Very comfortable and grippy too. The waterproofing is also excellent, I recommend this boot.