Baltoro 70 Pack - Men's Bamboo Green LG by Gregory Mountain Products, LLC
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- Response AFS Suspension
- Top, front, side and bottom access
- Front pocket and twin side pockets with stash pouch
- Hideaway water bottle holder and stash pocket
- Dual waistbelt pockets
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|Liquid Volume||70 Fluid Ounces|
|Shipping Weight||2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
-water-bladder pouch is highly useful
-multiple compartments large enough for all that you need (one on each side of main compartment, one on the top flap, one on the front)
-the main compartment is large and divided into the top section and the lower (which can be accessed by a separate flap), but if you only want to have it have one HUGE compartment, you can unhook the cloth divider and have more space available
-lots of compression straps to cinch everything down
-none at all
in all honesty, this is a great pack. yes, it's expensive, but it is WELL worth the money. it can carry all that you need and more, stays comfortable even after days of hiking, and will last for years without any problem.
overall, a great product
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great bag for the price. Pretty big with lot of customization options. The padding is think and comfortable. The only negative is the weight of the bag. Read morePublished on May 13, 2011 by anon
I love this pack. Very comfortable!
For it's size, it has lots of storage, easy access pockets and places to D-ring stuff like compasses, pocket knives and first aid... Read more
Just an FYI, the Baltoro 70 has been discontinued (Feb 2011), and is being replaced with the Baltoro 65/Baltoro 75. Get the 70 while you can... well unless you want a 65 or 75.Published on March 5, 2011 by ButtKoWitz
I've been able to use this pack on a couple week long backpacking trips in the Sierra Nevadas. The pack is very comfortable and can hold a lot of gear -- probably too much gear if... Read morePublished on December 14, 2010 by James Bretherton