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Gregory
Baltoro 65L Backpack

4.545454545454546 out of 5 stars
22 Reviews
$329.95
Color:Alaska Blue

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Why We Like The Gregory Baltoro 65L Backpack

With the ample storage space provided by the Gregory Baltoro 65L Backpack, the options for our weekend warrior excursions are endless. Whether we're on an alpine mission or hiking in the Uintas, this pack leaves room for everything from a camp stove and sleeping bag to our warmest layers and comfy camp shoes.


Gregory's FreeFloat A3 suspension tech delivers all-day comfort, no matter how long our hike, with rotating shoulder straps and a dynamic hip belt that move with the body and prevent hot spots. An abundance of pockets keeps our smaller essentials organized and easy to reach, and the main compartment features both top and front panel access so we can get our gear in and out quicker.


Details

  • Backpacking pack with 60L+ capacity ideal for long excursions
  • FreeFloat A3 suspension technology fits to and moves with the body
  • Back panel crafted for maximum breathability and with anti-odor tech
  • Internal hydration sleeve keeps reservoir ready and easily accessible
  • Trekking pole attachments add convenience on the trail
  • SideWinder water bottle pocket deploys for easy access to water
  • Dual-access main compartment makes organization and packing simple
  • Interior toggles mate with Gregory Nano 14L Daypack (not included)
  • Item #GREZ07U
Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Material
[face fabric] 210D high-tenacity nylon (40% recycled), 420D high-tenacity nylon (45% recycled), PFC-free DWR treatment, [bottom] 630D high-density nylon, PFC-free DWR treatment, [lining] 135D polyester (40% recycled), PFC-free DWR treatment, [frame] aluminum
Volume
[small] 60L (3661cu in), [medium] 65L (3966cu in), [large] 70L (4272cu in)
Support/Suspension
FreeFloat A3, AirCushion back panel, Polygiene StayFresh (anti-odor treatment)
Shoulder Straps
LifeSpan EVA, sternum strap
Waist Belt
FreeFloat Dynamic Hip Belt, ComfortGrip
Hydration Compatible
internal sleeve
Reservoir Included
not included
Access
drawcord top, front panel U-zip
Pockets
2 zippered front, 1 stretch mesh front, 1 floating top, 1 stretch mesh side, 1 SideWinder bottle holster, 2 zippered hip belt
Trekking Pole Carry
yes
Sleeping Bag Compartment
zippered, removable divider
Detachable Daypack
not included, Nano Connect toggles compatible with Gregory Nano 14L Daypack
Compression
side
Weight Capacity
50lb
Dimensions
[small] 31.1 x 13.4 x 13.4in, [medium] 31.9 x 13.4 x 13.4in, [large] 32.9 x 13.4 x 13.4in
Claimed Weight
[small] 4lb 11.5oz, [medium] 4lb 14.7oz, [large] 5lb 4oz
Activity
backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 22 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

November 19, 2023

This bag has been awesome. I have only done a two night trip so far, but it was very easy to adjust to make it very comfortable. My pack weight with water was around 35lbs and it was very easy to carry that weight. I like having some gear separation and the pockets on this bag did great for that. Only thing I would change is including a rain cover again for the newer models like Gregory did on previous versions on this bag.

Drew N
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

November 11, 2023

Ultralight Bag!

This is the first framed pack I’ve used since the old school aluminum external framed packs. Major upgrade in the best ways. It’s very rigid but nothing flat or uncomfortable is touching your body. It fits a mountain of gear inside but the bag itself feels like it weighs nothing, especially when the beefy waist belt is properly fitted. Every component of the bag seems adjustable in one way or another which is really nice but there are a lot of straps so it could be a little confusing at first. Overall it’s an amazing bag that’s super comfortable and feather light. I might want wider webbing on the chest strap if I could change anything but I have a wider chest and that may not bother someone with a smaller frame.

Dudders
Gregory

Originally reviewed on Gregory

3 out of 5 stars

October 15, 2023

Spacious, Burley, and Heavy

Seems like I could fit more than 65L in this pack but the pack itself contributed a lot of weight. Extra pockets were minimal which is good in my opinion. I enjoyed having access to the main body of the pack through the zipper and my water bottle through the angled holder. After my first trip my shoulders hurt, but after adjusting the size for the next trip my shoulders hurt less. A zipper cord broke on the first trip. My gear goes through a lot of abuse so having a tough pack is good. It is a good pack, but I think there are lighter and more nimble packs out there.

Nikolas N
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

August 28, 2023

Very comfortable and durable Pack

This pack fit great, has great adjustability, and has amazing access points. I have backpacked for will over 20-years and this is one of the most functional backpacks I have ever owned. The bottom access for sleeping bag and pad is a must in a pack. The front zipper access makes it very convenient for on-the-trail stops. The back vents well and carries weight very efficiently. Highly recommended!!

Kyle S
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

August 12, 2023

Most Comfortable Pack There Is

Regardless of the length of trip, I have found the Baltoro 65 to be the most comfortable and flexible pack there is. The suspension system allows the load to float with you and does not hinder your movement. Easy access to your water bottle without removing the pack is an added plus. I do find it odd that Gregory discontinued providing a rain cover at the same time other manufacturers started including one for free. Still the most comfortable pack there is.

Brian O
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

June 19, 2023

Solid pack for multi-day hike

I used this on a summer backpacking trip in the Smokies. Stable load mechanism worked great while carrying up & down rocky trails. Was comfortable to carry with ~30 lbs of gear. Ventilation in the back panel worked well in the heat even with a sweaty back. Plenty of organization pockets, straps etc. I like the built in bladder hook that works with other brands of bladders. Only detractor is that it didn’t include a rain cover.

Wayez A
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 28, 2023

Very comfortable With a great variety of puckets Balanced on the back Hi hiked with it a lot

bar j
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

2 out of 5 stars

May 26, 2023

Downgraded Modal

The modal is a downgrade from the previous version and from the BALTORO 75. No include rain cover no include hydration/day pack.

Floyd W
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 18, 2023

Worth the Extra Weight

A little heavy but carries the weight much better than UL packs.

SilentMike
Gregory

Originally reviewed on Gregory

5 out of 5 stars

April 27, 2023

Great Pack

This is my first pack. It's comfortable when loaded (45 lbs) Multiple pockets and gear hooks give you options to fit everything you need

Jon B
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com