Gregory Women's Deva 60 Backpack
- Aluminum frame
- Heavy Duty Tarpaulin Bottom: Durable And Waterproof; 630 D / 210 D High Tenacity Nylon Body Fabric: Lightweight, Durable And Long Lasting
- Cross-Over Compression: Simple Front Lashing System Using Side Compression Straps; Compression Stiffening Panels: Spreads Compression Over
- A Wide Surface To Stabilize Partially Loaded Packs
- Zip Thru Access Points: Quick, Easy Access To Your Gear
- 3D Harness And Waist Belt: Precurved Dual Density Foams That Won'T Pinch Or Wrinkle
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As the top selling women’s pack in its category, and recipient of a 2008 Backpacker Magazine Editors’ Choice award, the Deva 60 is sure to please. With the intuitive Response AFS Suspension System, your pack is guaranteed to fit perfectly. This organized and highly featured pack is the ideal companion for all your adventures on the trail.
- Product Dimensions: 20 x 15 x 15 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- ASIN: B000AXRQLI
- Item model number: DEVA60
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 29, 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
The hip belt was adjustable & padded enough to be comfortable the entire way up the 3 mile long, 3,000 ft vertical climb to our campsite. It did ride up a bit on a slippery pair of shorts, but that would have been the same with any pack. I had lower back surgery 9 years ago and my back gives me problems when I carry too much weight, but the multiple straps offered for a perfect custom fit & weight distribution and my back never hurt.
I stuffed more into this pack than I ever thought possible (I have the XS, too). Just when all my gear was in and the bag "full", I remembered we had to eat & drink! It swallowed a full 3L bladder nicely and kept it puncture free with it's separate rip-stop sleeve. Eight packs of tuna, wraps, two dehydrated meals, trail mix & ten bars were shoved in unnoticed with plenty of room to spare (my boyfriend had the tent, I had the food). The extra pockets on the sides of the pack look too small to put anything in, but each was the perfect size for two or three bars, or a pocket knife and first aid kit, or camera. And no, the zippers and fabric weren't pulling, either!
I can be a klutz. I was really gentle with my brand new pack the first day and didn't put it down in any mud or wet areas. I didn't try to jump across any streams or fly up boulders. Soon, I realized dirt, wet & falling were inevitibale (we're in the desert mountains!) and became much harder on the pack. I tossed it down anywhere, lept across streams and scaled bounders with it on and even ran down the 3 mile rocky trail with it on our last day.Read more ›