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Product DescriptionGregory Miwok 18 Daypack
Versatile and lightweight, the high-performance Gregory Miwok 18 appeals to adventure racers, mountain bikers, and hikers. Features the Bio-Sync Active Trail Suspension (ATS) system: shoulder harness and hipbelt are connected to the pack body by overlapping, flexible "tendons" that enable the pack to adjust to your body's motion during high-aerobic activities. Breathable Aero-Mesh and foam padding provide cushioning and help to keep you cool by wicking moisture. Integrated internal compression system offers on-the-go adjustability and an adjustable sternum strap enhances fit and stability.
Numerous compartments provide access to gear. Zippered main compartment opens wide for maximum access. Large zippered front pocket and internal elastic pockets offer further storage and organizational options. Expandable pocket on the front of the Miwok 18 is large enough to accommodate a helmet, wet clothes, or additional gear. Large side mesh pockets and a fleece-lined pocket. Zippered mesh pockets run almost the entire length of the hipbelt for handy storage for snacks, gear, or valuables. Integrated internal reservoir sleeve and zip-through access on the backpanel. Reflective highlights add a measure of nighttime visibility. Incredibly lightweight, high tenacity 70D UTS-coated nylon construction. Gregory is committed to providing fit, comfort, and load-carrying capability. Imported.
• Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
• Volume: 1007 cu. in.
• Material: 70D UTS-coated Nylon
• Fits Torso: One Size
• Hydration Compatible: Yes
• Maximum Weight: 20 lbs.
• Sternum Strap: Yes; Adjustable Position
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Q:Is it water repellent or waterproof?Asked on 6/3/2013 by kbern from north carolina
A:This will be water resistant. It will keep what you have dry, but should it be submerged then we cannot guarantee that.Answered on 6/14/2013 by Gander Mountain