Gregory

About Gregory Backpacks

 

Gregory appeals to outdoor enthusiasts as a dependable source for durable, intelligently designed backpacks based on the care that’s put into composition, detail, and testing of each bag.

 

About Gregory Backpacks

Wayne Gregory, founder of Gregory Mountain Products, is going down in history as one of the most influential and innovative pack designers ever. If it weren’t for him, external-frame packs might still be the norm. These days, just as in 1977 when the company was founded, Gregory remains focused on fit, comfort, and ergonomics. Gregory gets the majority of their accolades for making adventures down the path less traveled more comfortable, and the other praise they receive goes to their honorable involvement in nationwide conservation and preservation efforts.

Gregory Mountain Products is a go-to brand for outdoor recreation, from the casual to extreme - weekend hikers to mountaineering expeditionists. Gregory appeals to outdoor enthusiasts as a dependable source for durable, intelligently designed backpacks based on the care that’s put into composition, detail, and testing of each bag. It’s no surprise when Gregory wins a slew of annual awards from reputable outdoor institutions, as their packs consistently rank among the industry’s best.

Gregory’s Baltoro and Deva backpacks made Backpacker Magazine’s all-time best gear list. The 2015 versions are once again winners of Outside Magazine’s Gear of the Year and Backpacker Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Gold Award.  The Baltoro 65 was even featured on the Backpacker Gear Guide cover.

Since all people are not “from the same mold,” Gregory offers sizing configurability on their packs: from torso length, to hip belt and shoulder strap sizes. Gregory’s packs allow virtually everyone to enjoy the outdoors comfortably -- with necessary amenities in tow and pain and strain left behind. Assess your needs, research their packs, and buy yours today.

For information on choosing the correct Gregory Backpack for you, be sure to check out the How To's article Choosing The Correct Backpack Size!