Gregory ISO Ultralight Daypack

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About Gregory ISO Ultralight Daypack

Closeouts. The Gregory ISO daypack is constructed of incredibly light, deceptively strong G30 silicone-impregnated nylon, making it ideal for weight-conscious hikers, climbers and adventure racers.

  • Lightweight silicone-impregnated G30 nylon construction
  • Front-loading main compartment with hydration sleeve
  • Secondary cargo compartment with mesh pockets
  • Expandable front bucket pocket
  • Side mesh pockets
  • Compression cord
  • Quick-access waistbelt pockets
  • Die-cut, foam-padded Gullwing waistbelt
  • Adjustable, padded shoulder straps
  • Sternum strap
  • Waistbelt: Adjusts to 54”
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 17x10x9”
  • Capacity: 1200 cu.in.
  • Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz.
  • Material: G30 silicone-impregnated nylon
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About Gregory

After designing his first backpack as a Boy Scout at the age of 14, Wayne Gregory dedicated his career to making outstanding gear, a mission that eventually led him to create Gregory Mountain Products in 1977. From the beginning, Gregory backpacks have been engineered using a combination of field research and customer feedback in order to enhance durability, fit and function. The brand has pioneered many industry firsts, such as multiple pack sizes with different frame, harness and waist belt dimensions. They also developed the first waist belt system that offered a variety of hip angles. Not surprisingly, Gregory backpacks have been praised in a wide range of publications, from Backpacker magazine to National Geographic Adventure.