Gregory Maya 18 Backpack (For Women)

Gregory Maya 18 Backpack (For Women) in Helium Grey
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Information about Gregory Maya 18 Backpack (For Women)
Closeouts. Lightweight and designed to fit a woman's body, the Gregory Maya 18 backpack has an internal compression system that reduces pack bounce and Aero-Mesh padding to help you stay cool on the trail.
  • BioSync Active Trail Suspension uses flexible tendons on the shoulders and waistbelt so the pack moves with the body
  • Internal compression system lets you move the pack closer to your back when the volume of the hydration reservoir decreases
  • Women-specific fit with a narrower back panel and female-specific harness design and cut
  • Zip access from the back panel for loading and filling a three-liter hydration reservoir (bladder not included)
  • Moisture-wicking Aero-mesh back panel, shoulder straps and waistbelt
  • Internal mesh organizer pockets
  • Fleece-lined media pocket
  • Expandable front stretch mesh pocket with three-point compression system
  • Side mesh pockets
  • Two zip waistbelt pockets
  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Reflective trim
  • Made in Philippines
  • Visit our Backpacks Guide
  • Cannot ship to Japan.
  • Cannot ship to South Korea.
  • Cannot ship to China
Specs about Gregory Maya 18 Backpack (For Women)
  • Pack material: Nylon
  • Hydration compatible: Yes
  • Pack loading: Top
  • Recommended use: Daypack
  • Dimensions: 17x11x7"
  • Pack capacity: 1007 cu.in.
  • Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
  • Fits torsos: 16-22"
  • Pack volume: Under 25 L
  • Pack style: Daypacks
  • Pack gender: Women
  • Made in Philippines
  • Visit our Backpacks Guide
  • Cannot ship to Japan.
  • Cannot ship to South Korea.
  • Cannot ship to China

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by francesca from new york on Thursday, June 26, 2014
I tried about a dozen day packs before choosing this one. I wanted something that was small and snug, but could fit a decent amount of hiking gear/groceries/weekend-away-stuff, etc, and something with which I could both bike and hike The design is perfect for people with small backs and shoulders (... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Judy Hiker from NY on Saturday, January 24, 2015
    I purchased this to replace my old 20 liter Fen daypack from EMS. I did a lot of research and when I read several reviews deriding this pack for working only for " short people" I knew I had to try it! I am 5' tall and am constantly annoyed by products designed for "tall people", like overly long base layer bottoms and pants whose articulated knees fall closer to my shins, for example. Also, my backpack is a 50 liter Gregory and I knew that the quality was going to be great.
    The initial plan was to snag this on sale and wait until I had thoroughly worn out my old pack before putting the new pack into regular use. However after trying the Gregory pack out on a couple of 8-10 mile hikes, I found it to be so comfortable that I could not bear to put on my old pack again! The design of the straps ( there is a solid panel of fabric across the top of the back shoulder area that branches into the straps), the contours of the straps, placement of sternum and hip belts, and the slightly shorter torso length made all the difference. The way the pack hugs the body and " moves with you" made my hikes, which were on slick, icy, snowy and rocky trails, much more enjoyable.
    I was concerned that this daypack had two liters less capacity than my old pack, but I got everything I needed for a day hike into it easily. I had a full 2 liter camelbak, lunch, snacks, first aid kit, a mat to sit on while taking a break, and a spare icebreaker base layer.
    The pocket design is quite nice, especially the small removable interior pouch that securely snaps into place.. It's great place for money or anything you don't want to lose or misplace. The pockets on the hip belt are great for snacks and the side mesh pockets on the side work well for water bottles, but I used them to put my compact hiking poles when I was not using them. Also, for us left handed people, the hydroport can be fed through either the right or left side. There are also nice little carry loops that one can attach small carabiners to. This was a perfect spot to store my micro spikes so that they did not damage my pack.
    The pack also has a nice streamlined and elegant look. The helium gray color is very nice and I don't have to worry about the pack color clashing with whatever else I am wearing so that I don't look like a color blind nincompoop on the trail.
    All in all, a stellar purchase. Thanks STP!
  • Reviewed by Dana from NJ on Thursday, December 11, 2014
    Very nicely made and the perfect size for a day hike. I like the pockets and the water bottle side pockets. The hibiscus pink is a pretty color. It's more of a redish kind of pink. It's definitely more of hydration pack than a backpack or daypack. I was expecting a little more support and structure. The pack is flexible enough that you can roll it up. It works good for holding a jacket and water for long walks with my dog but I probably won't use it for more than that.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Northern Gal from ON, Cda on Wednesday, July 2, 2014
    PROS...superb construction; light as a feather; side mesh pockets are deep enough & snug enough to effectively contain a water bottle; comfortable waistbelt to keep strain off back and keep pack moving with you (was a must for me; not many small packs have a belt); a travel tripod can easily be carried inside or outside the front stretch pocket; plenty of room to carry a day's needs. I'm only 5' tall & this pack is small enough so I forget I've got it on, but it can hold all that I want to bring along on a day of hiking & picture taking.
    CONS..??? None
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by francesca from new york on Thursday, June 26, 2014
    I tried about a dozen day packs before choosing this one. I wanted something that was small and snug, but could fit a decent amount of hiking gear/groceries/weekend-away-stuff, etc, and something with which I could both bike and hike The design is perfect for people with small backs and shoulders (I am about 5'2"), and it is the right balance of durable, yet very lightweight. The compartments are separated well to distribute weight, and the stuff pocket on the outside is good for helmets, jackets, extra water bottles, and whatever else you want immediately accessible. The internal cinching at the bottom and the lashes at the side also help keep the bag from sagging when only partially full. Lastly, you can slide a 13" laptop into the internal pocket when you're not using a water bladder there. Perfect!

    (Note: I also tried the newer Gregory Maya packs (both 16L and 22L) and neither were as comfy as this older 18L. They have a stiffer foam panel at the back that digs into the shoulder blades a little. Though they are more attractive packs, in the end this older model won over with better fit/functionality.)
  • Reviewed by Katie from Seattle on Tuesday, January 21, 2014
    I love this, small pack. Perfect for shorter hikes or days at Disneyland. It will not carry everything you might ever need, if you tend to overpack, it might help keep you to essentials. For hiking I comfortably pack water, DSLR, survival kit, extra layer, and lunch. For theme parks I packed water and DSLR and added everything through the 14 hour days: snacks, light sabers, souvenir t-shirts, bubble guns, and mouse ears. It was also perfect for taking on rides (not big and bulky). and expanded to hold our layers as the tepms changed morning, afternoon heat, and chilly (by comparison) nights.

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