Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack - Internal Frame
About Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack - Internal Frame
Closeouts. Built for backpackers who aren't afraid of heavy loads, Gregory's Baltoro 75 backpack has an outstanding suspension system, easy access to the main compartment and multiple storage options.
Specs about Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack - Internal Frame
- Pack material: 210 denier double diamond Ripstop and 210 denier x 420 denier HD flat weave fabrics
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: High-density polyethylene (HDPE)
- Hydration compatible: Yes
- Pack loading: Top
- Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
- Recommended use: Climbing,Backpacking Multiday
- Dimensions: 23x12x9"
- Pack capacity: 4455 cu.in.
- Weight: 5 lb. 10 oz.
- Fits torsos: 16 - 18"
- Dimensions: 26x12x9"
- Pack capacity: 4757 cu.in.
- Weight: 5 lb. 14 oz.
- Fits torsos: 18 - 20"
- Dimensions: 29x26x23x12x12x12x9"9"9"
- Dimensions: 29x12x9"
- Pack capacity: 4760 cu.in.
- Weight: 6 lb. 2 oz.
- Fits torsos: 20 - 22"
- Made in China or Philippines
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- Cannot ship to China
- Cannot ship to Japan.
- Cannot ship to South Korea.
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Reviewed by Kent from Kuna, Idaho on Saturday, April 11, 2015So far used three times, super comfortable! Only complaint is the shelf that separates the sleeping bag compartment hook that holds one corner pulled out! Other than that awesome!
Reviewed by Ranger from Georgia on Saturday, October 19, 2013Pack fits to size. Well padded hip and shoulder straps. Lots of well placed pockets
Reviewed by Make from Hangzhou on Tuesday, July 16, 2013very functional, comfortable, it will be even better if it's lighter.
Reviewed by Reweiver from Minnesota on Sunday, July 7, 2013Just finished 10 days traveling around the Costa Rican forests with this pack. Overall, I found it a great pack:
- Comfort with heavy loads: I have the Large pack.. which I believe is about 79 L. I had it stuffed, and had three sets of snorkel gear hanging from the sides. The total load was probably about 30 Kg. I used a smaller (35 L) pack for day hikes; so, I never had to walk more than about 3 km with the Baltoro at a time, but had I been hiking all day, I'm pretty sure that my legs would have given out long before my back started hurting.
- Hip pockets: It was very nice to have these, but they were a bit small.
- Water bottle pockets: Pretty good. The collapsible pocket is hard to stow again with a full pack. I also wasn't quite deep enough to hold my 1.5 L bottle securely. I wish the non-collapsible pocket was built from studier material. I was hesitant to use it to hold a pointy hammer that I needed to carry at one point.
- Hip belts: Generally pretty good. They did dig into my right hipbone occasionally.
- Popping sounds: Occasionally, I needed to grab the pack by a single shoulder strap (e.g. when passing it between two boats). When I did this, I would hear a loud "popping" sound, presumably as plastic parts in the suspension system moved past one another. Although nothing broke, I wasn't as confident in the pack's durability as I would have liked to have been.
- Side pockets: These were spacious, but could have used a little more structural support.
- Weight: I know, it's a trade-off - a comfortable, feature rich bag is going to be heavy.
- Thin side release buckles - I'm sure these are thin to reduce weight, but this is one place where I'd gladly sacrifice a tiny bit of weight for durability. I want flexibility from a pack, and these lightweight buckles didn't give me the confidence to use them flexibly.
- Attachment loops: There aren't any good loops to hang a carabiner up high on the pack. I would have preferred a very sturdy loop high up on each side. This was, perhaps, the most serious issue I had with the pack, as it made it hard to attach long objects, wider than a trekking pole, to the sides of the pack.
- Lack of PALS webbing: With the diversity of PALS pouches, sheaths, etc. now available, it would have been nice to have a few PALS attachment points. There seems to be a reluctance on the part of serious pack manufactures to include this.. Maybe it is too 'military'?, and it is a bit heavy, but the fact is, that it can be very useful.
Reviewed by Nhargos from Missouri on Tuesday, May 21, 2013Super comfortable even when undet heavy loads. Straps & waist belt have a lot of padding. The various ways into my pack, numerous pockets and straps & the removable lid gives me the ability to carry gear for any occassion.
Question & Answer
Sorry we cannot switch out the waist straps.
“Hi, I am wondering if this is the older Baltoro pack or if this is the newest pack. Can you tell me what year this pack is from, Gregory seems to have improved the pack slightly this year? Thanks...”
They are closeouts from last season.
“I am planning to buy a medium sized baltoro 75 but I need a large waist belt. Is it possible to swap these over?”
Sorry all we have available is the medium waist belt.