A heavy pack saps your energy and steals the fun out of long weekends in the backcountry. But when you’re packing up camp and hitting the trail in the morning, slinging the Maven 55 over your shoulders is a totally new—and excellent—experience, thanks to its lightweight design, extensive feature list, and ventilated Aerolon suspension. Maybe it’s time for an upgrade. Access Points: Top/Bottom - Access Points: Top/Bottom Volume: 50 L
Ultralight travel gets tougher the longer you’re away, because the more time you spend off the grid the more gear and food you need. The Octal 55’s intelligent design helps maintain your desired base pack weight while adding attic space and load support for puffy layers, extra calories, or emergency shelter.
Longer distances and winter temperatures require extra room, and the Optic 58 gives you that additional capacity without compromising your ultralight priorities. Proper load management, moisture-wicking ventilation, and intelligent features keep you comfortable and mentally balanced from sea level to the High Sierra, because efficient trail travel involves more than a weight claim.
If a weekend in the woods is on your list, don’t let a heavy pack keep you lagging behind. The Paragon 58 gives you room to haul the gear you want without making sacrifices, while simultaneously shaving weight to keep you light on your feet. A lightweight 7075 aluminum chassis and matrix ventilated foam backpanel drop ounces without dialing back on support, and you’ll wonder if Gregory used magic to pack in so many features. Volume: 58 L Access Points: Top/Bottom - Access Points: Top/Bottom
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