Gregory Petit Dru Pro 80 Mountaineering Pack (Navy,Small)
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- Pockets: 1 interior slip, 2 interior zip, 5 exterior
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The most fully featured women’s specific expedition pack available, featuring Auto-Cant, Adjust-A-Cant, and Flo-Form II technology, and unsurpassed fit, support, accessibility, and durability.
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The Petite Dru Pro carries a big load like a dream. It's build narrow and high, which places the load more on your hips than shoulders, which a lot of packs fail to do. I've been on many trips where others are miserable with their pack, their load, and their back, shoulder and neck pain, while I'm hiking along thanking my pack for being so awesome. I have a small frame (5'2"), and tend to carry ridonkulous large loads for my body weight (alpine mountaineering: climbing gear on top of backpacking gear; plus, I am a hummingbird and eat a ton of food for my size, so I carry a heavy food bag) and I have always been amazed at how well it carries a big load. Nobody is happy with that much weight, but if you carry expedition loads, this is the pack to have. And it's also great with lesser weights. The padding on the waist belt is a bit stiff, but it has to be to accommodate heavy weight and not break down over time. The pack is of course adjustable for torso length, but I have a very short torso and it fits me well, with great options for adjusting load as the miles go by and you want to shift weight from shoulders to hips and back again.
It's no longer in production, so get this one if you are considering it. I suspect they discontinued it due to lack of demand for big load mountaineering packs for women. The pack itself is a bit heavy, but that is offset by how well it carries large loads over the miles. And clearly, it will last a long time! If you want a pack you just can't kill, that will be a trustworthy workhorse for those trips where you "bring all the stuff" and then some, get this one. You won't be disappointed, and I suspect in 16 years you'll write the same review I just wrote.