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Gregory Tetrad 60L Backpack

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Tetrad 60L Backpack

The Gregory Tetrad 60 Backpack is an adventure travel pack designed for summer trips traveling through foreign countries. It has a 60L capacity sized for a week's worth of everyday essentials, and a detachable daypack lets you tackle daily activities with the rest of your gear stored back in the hostel. There's a 3-in-1 travel cover that doubles as a rain cover for wet weather, and triples as a check-in cover for flights. The Active Shield compartment separates your dirty boots and clothing to keep the main compartment nice and clean, and it's easy to clean and resistant to odor, vapor, and dirt. Gregory made the back panel with a supportive alloy frame wrapped in 3D foam for breathable, padded comfort. This back panel also includes an adjustable torso to custom fit any body. All the zippers are lockable for extra security on your travels.
  • Backpack built for adventure traveling like backpacking Europe
  • 60L capacity is the second largest Tetrad pack for week long travel
  • Back panel adjusts torso length for a customized fit
  • Sturdy alloy frame with padded shoulders and waist belt for comfort
  • 3-in-1 cover is a rain cover, anti-theft cover, and check-in cover
  • Active Shield compartment for dirty clothes and boots
  • Removable daypack with tablet and laptop sleeves inside
  • Item #GRE00BU

210D HD nylon, 420D HD nylon [lining] 135D polyester
60L (3661cu in), [daypack] 20L (1220cu in)
[external] 1 zippered top, [internal] 1 zippered security, 1 zippered mesh, ActiveShield compartment, 1 laptop (13in)
front panel
26 x 12 x 15.5in, [daypack] 19.5 x 11 x 6in
Claimed Weight
4lb 5oz, [daypack] 1lb 2oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 4

60 liters of multi-use awesome

I've put it through the wringer

Big fan of this bag. First, for general air travel, the zip-off daypack makes a great carry for business needs and in-seat entertainment while the rest of your gear sits above in the shadow. For the same reason, it's ideal for Euro travel and backpacking, especially in times when you can safely leave behind luggage to explore small towns, take a dayhikes, etc. There's more of an urban feel to this bag, so I'd be a tad worried about strapping it to a llama or on the back of a Thai bike taxi. Still, it is made of heavy stuff, and should make it back from just about any adventure intact. The daypack has become my everyday carry. It's streamlined and has a good pocket selection inside and out, but could use larger water bottle pockets. A minor annoyance. It smartly mirrors a lot of Gregory's more technical backcountry packs in terms of yoke design and carry tech, so in that respect, it's more than proven. There are a lot of options out there in this milieu, many of them very good. Know that you might "like" a pack better than the Tetrad, but rest assured it's doing as much as this one can, and probably without the Gregory brand behind it.