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Gregory Denali Pro 105 Backpack - 6100-7000cu in

Merchant: Backcountry
Price: $548.95

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Merchant: Eastern Mountain Sports
Price: $549.00
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Eastern Mountain Sports Description: Gregory's most technical expedition backpack, the Denali Pro offers unsurpassed performance in every category: fit, support, accessibility and durability. World-class suspension and design for professional guides and expeditions. Auto-Cant shoulder harness system adjusts harness angle to eliminate pinching and chafing. Flo-Form II harness provides seamless wrinkle-free comfort and durability. Adjust-a-Cant waist belt system has three different angle settings to effectively transfer weight. Flo-Form II waist belt features segmented pads for wrinkle-free comfort. Twin 7075-T6 aluminum stays create a supportive internal frame. Flo-Form back panel provides the ultimate in durability and comfort. Pack bottom made of 1000D nylon impregnated with vinyl for absolute water resistance for extreme tear strength. Top, front, and bottom load access allow you to get to any item with ease. Large mesh side pockets with pass-through ski slots. Top pocket converts to fanny pack for side trips. Hydration sleeve can accommodate a reservoir bladder. Dual gear and ice axe loops.

Backcountry Description: With a reputation for durability, quality, and unparalleled load support, it's obvious why the Denali Pro is a favorite for extended expeditions worldwide. Featuring the best of Gregory's cutting-edge technology, the Denali Pro comes with an Auto-Cant shoulder harness system that automatically rotates to mirror your shoulder slope and neck width.



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Issue Big Mountain People Should Know About

This is a nice pack in many ways, but there is a curious oversight in the design. Let's say you're going to Denali or Everest and you have a -40-degree bad like a North Face. Pack it up in a compression stuff sack, then see if you and 3 of your buddies can wrestle the bundle into the lower compartment through the bottom zipper. That compartment is just a tad too small, unfortunately. My old old old Lowe pack will fit the sleeping bad/compression sack bundle just fine.



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