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Gregory
Targhee FastTrack 24L Backpack

3.5 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $149.96 Original price: $199.95
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Color:Ozone Black

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Why We Like The Targhee FastTrack 24L Backpack

We make quick work of our ski touring ascents with the Gregory Targhee FastTrack 24L Backpack in tow. When we're hiking, climbing, or bootpacking, the FastTrack ski carry system keeps our skis secure until we reach the peak. Rather than taking the entire pack off to load and unload our ride, the front-access system lets us pack up without removing the backpack. In addition to this clever invention, this pack features a strippable frame sheet, top lid, and waist belt to shed grams for an easier climb.


Details

  • Ski and alpine pack makes uphill-to-downhill transitions faster
  • FastTrack ski carry is accessible while wearing the backpack
  • Front panel pocket for intuitive access to avalanche safety equipment
  • Internal hydration sleeve keeps you drinking water while in the alpine
  • Strippable lid, hip belt, and frame sheet shed weight on intense outings
  • Glove-friendly zipper pulls and hardware make reaching equipment simpler
  • Top and side zippers ensure quick access to backcountry necessities
  • Compression straps and gear loops for rope and other equipment prepare you for all activities and conditions
  • Item #GREZ07S
Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Material
[face fabric] 100D HD 100% nylon, [base, base overlay] 210D HD 100% nylon, [lining] 135D polyester (40% post-consumer recycled)
Volume
[small/medium] 24L (1465cu in), [medium/large] 26L (1587cu in)
Support/Suspension
FusionLite back panel (EVA), aluminum frame (removable), HDPE frame sheet (removable)
Shoulder Straps
tapered, sternum strap with safety whistle (removable)
Waist Belt
removable
Hydration Compatible
internal sleeve
Reservoir Included
not included
Access
zippered top, drawstring top, zippered side
Pockets
1 lid (floating, removable), 1 zippered front (snow safety tool), 1 zippered hip belt
Gear Loops
side compression straps, top compression rope strap, daisy chain
Ski Carry
FastTrack (vertical carry)
Snowboard Carry
no
Helmet Carry
stowable
Ice Axe Carry
aluminum toggle, pick sleeve
Weight Capacity
35lb
Dimensions
[small/medium] 21 x 13 x 10in, [medium/large] 23.5 x 113 x 10in
Claimed Weight
[small/medium] 2lb 10.2oz, [medium/large] 2lb 13.3oz
Activity
backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 4 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

June 9, 2024

Great Backcountry Backpack

This pack is fantastic, but misses some areas that other packs excel at. Most notably access to the main compartment via a large U zipper. There are also no straps to attach a snowboard vertically to the back of the pack with us a bummer.

Alejandro P
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

November 29, 2023

Maximum Flexibility and Durability

Ruggedly built large capacity day pack. I bought it because the padded hip belt is removable as is the frame. Could use a zippered pocket inside the main compartment for small items and the main compartment zipper should extend the length of the pack, at least along one side, for access to stuff at the bottom. Quibbles aside, this pack will get the job done no matter how much stuff (or water) you cram into it. Rust color is dark rust, not orange. Great sale price.

ACAR
Gregory

Originally reviewed on Gregory

4 out of 5 stars

April 17, 2023

Solid backpack with a couple issues

It's a good pack with a couple minor complaints. The pocket design is different than other traditional touring packs and I'm not convinced it's in a good way. The shovel and probe are accessible through the main compartment zipper while the main pack compartment is separated by a Bungie top closure. This works okay except the shovel/probe naturally press against the main compartment opening making it harder to access pack contents. The other issues is that as the pack fills up, the shovel\probe sit more upright, pushing the exterior of the pack out and away and creating a negative space outside the main compartment. This becomes a space that isn't easy to fill with the top of the shovel\probe sticking up. Although I've found it's kinda nice to just toss a layer of two or gloves in and put of this space and not need to throw them back in the main compartment. Another minor issue is if the pack is full and the shovel\probe facing up, the lid tops main pocket gets pretty crushed from the shovel\probe. Hard to keep goggles in there and I'm worried my sunglasses or similar items might break. Another little issue is the deployable helmet cover pulls down from the top and I've noticed a couple times it beginning to spread apart the main compartment zippers. It also forces the mini pocket it comes from to stay open so no valuables can go in there although I use it for snacks, ski straps, hand warmers, etc... Beyond that it's a really solid pack that has everything else you'd want from a touring pack. Lightweight, two ice axe capacity, hipbelt pocket and gear loop, daisy chains which I added some Bungie for crampons (but it's mostly been used for beer cans haha). The color scheme is great and I really like it. The fast track feature is cool and I've used it a couple times but ya gotta really ask yourself how often you'll use it. I've had trouble getting the skis fully crosswise to balance the load. It normally stays on the right side and any extended booting that sucks. I gotta check out their videos again to make sure I'm doing it right.

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Gregory

Originally reviewed on Gregory

1 out of 5 stars

July 17, 2022

Trash

Ski sling has a poor design, zippers on the top of the backpack could be designed better overall terrible backpack

Teige A
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com