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Gregory Women's Jade 60 Backpack

by Gregory

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  • Ventilated and moisture wicking harness and waist belt
  • Women specific fit has a narrower back panel and appropriate harness design
  • Hydration sleeve with 2 ports (reservoir not included)
  • Hollow aluminum stay provides load support without rigidity

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Product Description

At 45 lbs capacity, the Jade 60 by Gregory is the Clydesdale of their ventilated pack line. Whether on a week's back country trek or traveling the world, the Jade 60 has the payload to keep you going.

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  • ASIN: B005IDBVZC
  • Item model number: 590-24
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,889 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By RealUser on May 24, 2013
I'm an outdoor gear reviewer of gear made for petite women and I'm impressed with the 2013 model of this pack. It is roomy, sizing is right on, comfortable and the XS is about 3.75lbs when you do some strap trimming ( I was able to elimate about 2 ounces from the pack by trimming all the straps, removing tags, the plastic zipper pulls and some other unnecessary items on the pack). Pretty good pack if you are small and looking to carry 35-40lbs. Beats out the taller Osprey packs as this one sits shorter overall which eliminates that tippy feeling you get when manufacturer's just throw a XS suspension on a 33" tall pack. The only suggestions I would make are to turn the front zipper pocket into a stretch pocket to eliminate the zipper weight and my special request to Gregory; can you get this pack to 3.5lbs or less without sacrificing the suspension, then it would be perfect!

Gregory did well on the lid and should keep the top lid as is...don't add extra weight by turning it into a lumbar pack, there are numerous manufacturer's out there now that make ultralight compressible daypacks that fit into the size of your palm and weigh next to nothing. I also removed the plastic clip holding the trekking pole bungies, not really needed if you know how to tie a knot and they are pretty heavy for their size. As far as the lumbar padding it looks like they did some design changes versus the 2011 model to make it a little more compressible and comfortable. Gregory should consider making the transition between lumbar padding to hipbelt padding a little more smoothly to help even out the load on the hips. Overall though an awesome pack and if you have a 14' to 16' torso I would definately recommend this over Osprey, Granite Gear and others for 7+ day trips and 35+ lbs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MBCase on December 16, 2014
Love, LOVE this pack! I am not a camping backpacker but bought the Jade 60 for a 10 week hostel & AirBnB trip through Europe this summer with my husband. Over the course of 70 days, this pack became my best friend!

We thought of wheeled suitcases but in the end decided on backpacks. So glad we did as many of the places we went in Germany, Hungry, Slovakia, Austria and the Czech Republic had very uneven cobblestone streets that wheels would not have worked on...at all. The packs allowed us to get off our trains or busses and WALK to our accommodations avoiding the extra costs of taxis. Sometimes this was miles but this pack was easy to carry and EXTREMELY comfortable.

I agonized before buying this pack on what pack, capacity and size I would need. I read hundreds of reviews.

Capacity....LESS IS MORE ... you don't want a pack so big that you can't carry it when its full! I almost bought the Jade 70. But in the end, the 60 was PERFECT for me. I would not have wanted any extra weight and I had plenty of room in the 60 to carry everything I needed plus some of my husband's stuff as his old pack was a bit too small for his stuff. In addition to all my clothes, and toiletries, I had 2 bicycle helmets (bulky), and 2 rain jackets. I am attaching a photo to show you that the capacity of this pack is plenty. If it doesn't fit in this pack, you probably don't need it!

Size: I am 5'3" and ordered the small pack. Just right. Be sure to Google and use the Gregory sizing guide, measure your torso and verify that you are getting the right size. The small worked perfect for me. (Again...see the photo).

I am certainly no expert on backpacking but I have now used this pack over 10 weeks and can tell you that it holds a LOT and is very comfortable. Love it!
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