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- The best just got bigger! The z75 by Gregory™ is the spacious and lightweight option to make sure you have everything you need for those outdoor adventures.
- JetStream™ LTS Suspension with three waistbelt size adjustment options. JetStream™ LTS (Load Transfer Suspension) features:
•True Ventilation with no unnecessary points of contact on your body or across the center of your back
•Adjustable waistbelt with plastic HDPE stiffener allows for better carry and three-size belt adjustment. Perforated foams and moisture-wicking mesh increase ventilation and airflow.
•Hybrid sewn/bound harness provides a soft, inner edge where the harness is in contact with your body to help eliminate hot spots. Perforated foam and moisture-wicking mesh increases ventilation and airflow.
•Thermo-formed and die-cut HDPE framesheet with a 7001-T6 hollow aluminum stay creates a lightweight support system for carrying more weight.
•Dual density foam lumbar pad correctly transfers the weight of the pack to your hips.
- Thicker, 13mm EVA harness for more comfort on the shoulders during extended use.
- Redesigned, spacious front pocket with half-moon zip access to main compartment.
- Dual hydration ports and sleeve.
- Top load and side zipper access that goes the length of the pack.
- Removable top lid.
- Side, bottom and top compression.
- Quick access waistbelt pockets.
- Exterior side pockets with pass through compression.
- Dual axe/tool attachment points with more secure carry under front pocket fold.
- Water-resistant zippers.
- Front zippered pocket.
- Expandable front bucket pocket.
- Fabric: 210D double diamond ripstop and 210D x 420D HD flat weave fabrics.
- Bottom Width: 11 1⁄2 in
- Middle Width: 11 1⁄2 in
- Top Width: 11 in
- Depth: 9 1⁄2 in
- Height: 27 3⁄4 in
- Strap Length: 36 in
- Strap Drop: 15 in
- Weight: 4 lbs 10 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size LG. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Obsessed with quality and duly noted for innovation and ergonomic design, Gregory developed the Gregory Active Suspension System. Because external frame packs are too rigid to allow much flexibility and internal frame packs are too soft to properly support heavy loads, this system was designed addressing both weaknesses and translating them to their Gregory pack. Along with a team of talented associate designers, Gregory continues to seek out new technology improvements and evolve with ever-changing comfort specific designs.
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I bought this backpack to replace cheap one that ripped into my shoulders and made a short backpacking trip an ordeal of pain. I loaded the Z75 with 40 pounds of gear and did some serious bushwhacking to explore canyons and ridges in southern Nevada. The backpack properly distributed weight to hips so I stayed balanced. The shoulder padding was comfortable. The design kept my back sweat free. I did experience some rubbing on the lower part of the back, which was the result of the design to keep the pack of away from the center of the back for cooling purposes. There is no separate sleeping bag compartment - which is fine by me. There is also no built-in rain fly - again not an issue for desert rats. A great feature was the pocket for my hyrdration unit, although it was a hassle to refill the camelbak and I had to empty much of the pack to add water. Overall, I think this is a great backpack. I am still working out the bugs but am looking forward to some longer desert treks this winter and spring.
- Anonymous - customer
- from las vegas
- November 9, 2012