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Gregory Baltoro 75L Backpack

$329.95

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Baltoro 75L Backpack

The Baltoro 75L Backpack isn't the biggest Baltoro in Gregory's collection, but it's big enough for weeklong trips, and as for weekenders, you can bring a few extra toys to make your short trip well lived. This Baltoro boasts Gregory's Response Auto Angle Adjust suspension system that moves the LifeSpan EVA shoulder straps up and down the 3D AirMesh back panel to a fit that feels customized to your own back.

Because it's a bigger backpack, Gregory added an aluminum frame to stay stable and well-supported from the first mile to the last. Gregory didn't shy away from adding as many features as possible. Its hydration reservoir sleeve is removable so you can put it in Gregory's SideKick Daypack, and there's a deployable rain cover to shield your valuables from wet weather. There are additional storage options specifically designed for sleeping bags, trekking poles, sunglasses, and electronics..

  • Large backpack suitable for multi-day or weeklong backpacking trips
  • Response A3 suspension adjusts the torso for a custom-like fit
  • LifeSpan EVA shoulder straps and waist belt give a cushy ride
  • 3D AirMesh back panel amplifies ventilated airflow
  • Removable hydration sleeve stores reservoirs
  • Deployable rain cover shields camping equipment from weather
  • Zippered bottom sleeping bag compartment with removable divider
  • Water-resistant waist belt pocket protects electronics
  • Item #GRE009C

Material
[face fabric] 210D Honeycomb Cryptorip HD, 210D high-tenacity nylon, [bottom] 630D high-density nylon, [lining] 135D high-density embossed polyester
Volume
75L (4575cu in)
Support/Suspension
Response A3, [back panel] Matrix Ventilated, [frame] aluminum
Shoulder Straps
LIfeSpan EVA foam, 3D Air Mesh, adjustable, sternum strap
Waist Belt
LifeSpan EVA foam, 3D Air Mesh, adjustable
Hydration Compatible
removable sleeve
Access
top
Pockets
1 zippered top, 1 zippered daypack, 1 waist belt, 1 front stash, 2 stretch side, 2 zippered front
Trekking Pole Carry
yes
Sleeping Bag Compartment
yes
Rain Cover
yes
Compression
side
Dimensions
32 x 14 x 13.5in
Claimed Weight
5lb 4oz
Recommended Use
backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Like carrying a cloud

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Large
Height
6` 2"
Weight
200 lbs

I have been eye-balling a new pack, and finally pulled the trigger. This replaces a '96 model TNF Rebel, that was a great pack, very durable, but I am old and fat, and it doesn't fit anymore. I went with the 75L for extended trips, some future mountaineering and winter backpacking, and mainly, I am starting my son in backpacking and I have to play Sherpa. The Baltoro is incredible. Hands down the most comfortable pack I have carried in my 30+ years of backpacking. This past weekend, I was carrying close to 40lbs of mine and my sons gear, and it felt weightless. No hip pain, no shoulder pain, no back pain! The best feature is the back panel. For once, I did not have a sweaty back. The pack bag, has great pockets, making organizing easier. I can put everything where I want it, and get to it fast. The U shaped panel is a great addition, and makes getting to everything at camp a snap. Every feature is well thought out, and functions perfectly. I went with the Ferrous Orange. It is not a bright orange, but more a rust color. Only negative is the hipbelt pockets are small. I have an iPhone 8, and it did not fit in the right hand pocket. Overall, nearly a perfect pack. Worth every cent.

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>Rating: 5

Just awesome

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I finally pulled the trigger, replacing my 25 year old Gregory. (Gregory was super awesome and helpful in tracking down what size and such my old bag was) I am so happy I replaced it. The strap system is very comfortable and carries 35+ pounds very easily. The day pack is a nice feature (my old one had the detachable top for a fanny pack and I used that a lot) Hip belt was comfortable and no hot spots. The pockets were very helpful in organizing. It will take a trip or two to fully dial in, but all very useful. My two knocks- compared to my old Gregory. The hip clip is much smaller and doesn’t have a backup like my old one did with the removable top. Though the new cinching mechanism is awesome. I never broke my old one after 25 years so I am going to go with the notion Gregory knows what they are doing. Second is that to save weight all the straps and much narrower. For the most part that is just fine though I like to hold the top straps when I hike to pull the load forward and to not have blood pool in my hands. The straps are not as comfortable since they are much narrower. Ultimately I would not hesitate. I paid full price and am very happy with my purchase. On the trip my brother was even dropping hints about his upcoming birthday....

>Rating: 5

Ticks all the boxes

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I have ultimately been very happy with my Gregory backpack. First, it is very comfortable, other backpacks I've had hurt my hips, but with this backpack, I do not have this problem. Secondly, I love the various compartments of the backpack I feel like I can easily organize things (which has been a complaint of many of the internal backpacks), and the deep zippers allow for easy access to my supplies. Finally, I find it easy to adjust and functional.

>Rating: 5

Comfortable, well made

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This backpack has a great feel to it. It's comfortable, has many organizational features, and feels sturdy and well-made. I mostly will be doing weekend backpacking trips, but I carry most of the weight to keep my wife's pack weight low. This is a good size for what I need. As the food decreased by the end of the trip, it's easy to cinch in the pack to keep the weight close to your back.

>Rating: 5

Pack of All Packs

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I am extremely happy with this pack. I was looking for a clean looking backpack yet with all the features to get your life together for the next however many days. This is the one! The two front and brain has two sets of pockets keeping things organized, plus the extra day pack that comes with that will used as a reservoir holder has been absolute gold! With having many pockets, you get to bring more things and those hip belts are a life saver with the nice touch of padding. With those extra straps around the pack, they are nice because you can strap them where they aren't in the way. With the finishing touch of the orange, not too bright yet not too faded. You'll think back to this review because orange you glad you bought this pack?

>Rating: 4

Gregory Pack

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Awesome bag! Fits very comfortably and sizing straps are very easily adjusted. The raincover is an awesome feature, especially on canoe trips to prevent from splash onto the bag.

>Rating: 5

This pack can take the weight

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Certainly not an ultralight pack by any sense of the word. I use it for weekends carrying all of the family's stuff up and down the mountain and my back is thankful I chose this pack.

>Rating: 5

happy hubby

The hubby wanted to replace his old bag because every time we hiked in he complained the whole way. He said this bag is extremely comfortable and plenty of room to hold all the necessities.

>Rating: 5

Gift for the Husband

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

He loves everything about this pack! Has used it several times and has no complaints on it.