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Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack for $159.98 + Free Shipping + No Tax Outside of UT

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Campsaver.com [campsaver.com] has the Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack for $159.98 for their 12 Days of Killer Deals (MSRP of this model is $319.95). Free shipping and no tax outside of UT. The current sizes that are available are Small, Medium, and Large and the colors are the following: Navy Blue, Shadow/Black, and Spark Red. Alternatively, they have the women's Gregory Deva 70 for the same price. The deal ends Monday, December 11 12:00 AM CST.

https://www.campsaver.com/gregory...-pack.html

I was originally going to buy the Osprey Atmos 65 AG but decided to go with this backpack because of Gregory's reputation and also for the extras: +10 liter capacity, response A3 suspension, removable sidekick daypack/reservoir sleeve, weathershield pocket, large U-shaped front access so you can open it like a suitcase, and it includes a raincover.

Below are the features:
Vented, formed back panel features LifeSpan foam & silicone lumbar grip zone.
LumbarTune removable 10mm insert offers user-customizable contouring for a precise backpanel fit.
QuickSwap 3D interchangeable pre-curved LifeSpan EVA foam harness & hipbelt in multiple sizes to precisely fit each body.
SideKick ultra-light, removable daypack doubles as hanging reservoir sleeve.
Included removable rain cover stows in its own zippered pocket.
Top-loading design and front U-zip panel access.
Double Barrel lid design with dual zippered pockets on top and security pocket underneath.
SideWinder stowable ergonomic bottle holster.
WeatherShield PU-coated hipbelt accessory pocket with YKK AquaGuard zipper.
Girth-hitched compression MultiStraps on bottom double as hipbelt for SideKick daypack.
Dual ice axe loops and upper shock locks for ice tool and trekking pole attachment on sides.
Twin side-mounted zippered gear pockets.
Stretch mesh water bottle/trail stash pocket.
External access sleeping bag compartment with removable internal divider.
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This should get more views....great bag!
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Gregory is definitely more comfy than the Osprey Atmos, for my body type at least, when I tried them both on at REI for fitment.
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I agree, after trying out both the Atmos and Baltoro, I decided to go with the Gregory pack because of the lumbar support. Some people say the Atmos is better with less load but when you are hauling heavier items, Baltoro is the way to go.
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Older model but still good.
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This is a great backpack!
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Picked up the Deva 70 for my girlfriend. Thanks OP!
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This is a large pack. Anyone know what would be best for three - four day hike? 52l or 60l. Bringing tent, blow up pad, sleeping bag, clothes and food
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This is a large pack. Anyone know what would be best for three - four day hike? 52l or 60l. Bringing tent, blow up pad, sleeping bag, clothes and food
The Gregory Baltoro 65 liter might be better for 3 to 4 days. It's slightly more for $209.97 on the CampSaver [campsaver.com] website but they have the 20% off outlet items coupon (DEC20) that expires today and it brings down the price to $167.98 + FS
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The Gregory Baltoro 65 liter might be better for 3 to 4 days. It's slightly more for $209.97 on the CampSaver [campsaver.com] website but they have the 20% off outlet items coupon (DEC20) that expires today and it brings down the price to $167.98 + FS
I have a deal for one that is 52l and 62l. I want to use it for overnight trips too so i was womdering if i could survive with a 52
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