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Alpinisto LT 28L Backpack

4.714285714285714 out of 5 stars
7 Reviews
Current price: $119.96 Original price: $149.95
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Color:Zest Orange


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Alpinisto LT 28L Backpack

Gregory’s Alpinisto fits into their line as a mid-sized alpine pack is suited for backcountry skiing as well as mountaineering and ice-climbing. The floating top pocket, hip belt, and frame sheet are all removable to allow the backpack to transform into an ultralight summit pack for fast and light missions.


  • Technical daypack is suited for backcountry skiing and mountaineering
  • Front ice tool attachment features aluminum toggle and protected ice sleeve
  • Snow shedding back panel helps keep you and your necessities dry
  • Bottom reinforced side ski loops support A-frame ski carry for boot packs
  • Hydration sleeve is universally compatible to house your favorite bladder
  • Hip belt supplies loops for your ice axes to keep them close at hand
  • Item #GREZ05E
Responsible Collection
[face fabric] 100D HD nylon, 210D HD nylon, [base] 210D HD nylon, [lining] 135D HD polyester (50% recycled)
28L (1709cu in)
Fusion Lite
Shoulder Straps
Lifespan EVA foam
Waist Belt
Hydration Compatible
hydration sleeve
[external]1 zippered top, [internal] 1 zippered
Gear Loops
hip belt, front
Helmet Carry
Ice Axe Carry
top and bottom side
Weight Capacity
Claimed Weight
2lb 3oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 7 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 24, 2023

Heading to the top

Perfect size pack for those quick mountain summits. Sleek and light. Bright orange color for long distance sightings.

Coyote Run Ct climber

Originally reviewed on Gregory

4 out of 5 stars

January 30, 2023

Pretty good snow pack.

I was looking for a winter top loader pack & this one meets my needs. If I could change anything I would add waist belt pockets and a "stow-it" pocket on the front (instead of or in addition to the bungie cords). It carries very well. Thanks!


Originally reviewed on Gregory

5 out of 5 stars

December 30, 2022

Perfect bag for the Alpinist

Was looking for the perfect to use as my summit, and ice climbing bag. And I found it with the Alpinistin 28


Originally reviewed on Gregory

5 out of 5 stars

July 17, 2022

Great summit pack! Comfortable with ease of access equipment storage.

Matthew R

Originally reviewed on

4 out of 5 stars

July 17, 2022

Favoritism in dangerous colors

The Alpinisto. First and foremost it’s just fun saying the name.. second this pack ROCKS, it just needs a couple things. Let me better explain what I do and don’t like.. Gregory has won me over once again. Once an Osprey fan-boy, gone underdog whatever-user, I have seen quite a few packs of various qualities. With that said, I can honestly say I have NEVER been disappointed with Gregory. They’ve taken a page from early Ospreys innovation and seamlessly blended it in with their long standing reputation of durability and comfort. And the Alpinisto is yet another example of that. This pack is quite comparable to the Osprey ‘MUTANT’ but it’s better, in my opinion. They use very similar fabrics and skeletal structure, however with the Alpinisto you trade just a little carrying capacity for a slew of convenient exterior features. To name a few; reinforced ski sleeves for A-Frame storage, abrasion guard for ice tool blades and an adjustable bungee net for quick and easy storage! That being said, I’ve repeatedly found something missing on this pack; apart from the lid, there is no external pocket! Wanna stick your GPS somewhere easy to grab, like a waistline pocket? Forget it. Care to pack a snack you want to munch on without having to stop and dig in your pack? Nope, keep on going dude. This fact has its benefits, like not finding a water bottle sleeve packed with snow every time you lay your pack down. However a convenient zipper pocket within reach would’ve been fantastic on the alpine climb last season in Denali. Furthermore, the waist band or hip belt that comes on the pack is a little.. quirky for the lack of a better term. It’s just weird! The belt itself is completely versatile, which can be nice I guess if you decide you don’t want the pads/gear loops or if you want to remove the belt all together.. but even when it’s properly worn, the pads slide freely making for an interesting mid-climb waistline adjustment. Storage wise, this pack comes in two different volumes 28L or 38.. and I selected the smaller as I like to pack fast and light. The internal storage has just enough space for alpine essentials like ‘AVY EQUIPMENT’ and various layers, while still providing enough organizational features for all the Nick-nacks and doo-dads you might need. In the end I can deal with the gripes, because I love this pack with all my heart. Keep on stepping my friends!

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Nick M

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

January 19, 2021

Casual Mountaineer

Comfortable and easily carries everything for a day trip into mountains. Lightweight but rugged and customizable for every day trip’s planned adventure. Color is easily visible if necessary.


Originally reviewed on Gregory

5 out of 5 stars

May 30, 2020

Still new to me, but I already know it's perfect.

I got this bag to use mainly as my photo bag whenever I don't need it for overnight use. It's still new to me, but I already love it. It's bright and stands out well in photos. It is the perfect size to carry all my gear and not look either totally empty or stuffed completely full. It's comfortable and made with super durable materials so I know I can abuse it. Everything I have has it's home here and it has plenty of opportunities to tie extra stuff to the outside if I absolutely need it.

Photo Ben

Originally reviewed on Gregory