Closeouts. Offering lightweight comfort for long day hikes, the Gregory Miwok 22 backpack has two compartments, back panel access to your hydration reservoir, and Aero-Mesh padding to help you stay dry when you get sweaty.
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
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
Reviewed by Emily from Dayton, oh on Sunday, May 13, 2012
I bought this bag as a daypack for a hiking trip out west in Zion. It was fabulous. I carried over 5 liters water; a 100 oz unbottle by camel back and 2 1.5 liter bottles on the side. It had pockets for keys, survival kit, lunch, credit cards, first aid kit, and fleece layer. This pack was heavier t...
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Reviewed by Rebecca from Bethesda, MD on Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Another nice pack from Gregory! I bought this to carry my clothes, a small Dopp kit and my lunch for my run to work. It is a short torso backpack so I don't know that it would be great for a tall person. I am 5'4" so this pack is just about perfect for me. It's a good size to hold all of the stuff I shlep to work. It has a nice electronics pocket that holds my sunglasses but is too small for my phone when it's in a case. The outside pocket is great to hold a light jacket. I have been using it for running, cycling and for riding the bus. I hang a flashing light from the reflective strip at the bottom. It holds two water bottles in the side pockets. Great easy access side zipper for the main compartment. Camelbak ready for hiking. It's great!
Reviewed by KY Firefox from Kentucky on Thursday, May 9, 2013
This pack is taller than other Gregory packs, thank Goodness, but still a little short, considering the padded hip belt for putting weight down on your hips. Otherwise, the design, look, & construction are unbelievable. True quality construction. Made to last and to function. Very thoughtful design for the seasoned backpacker & dayhiker, climber or biker, & it even looks sweet! I'd give it 5 stars if it were a bit taller. Great value.
Reviewed by lotus from Burlingame, CA on Monday, September 3, 2012
Great lightweight but comfortable and tough backpack for hiking. The only thing preventing a 5 star is I don't use the hydration pack, but the bottom of that pocket is not completely sealed, so if I put any small items in that pocket, they may fall out.
Best Uses: Day Hikes, Travel
Describe Yourself: Casual Adventurer
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Load, Good Suspension, Highly Adjustable, Large Capacity, Lightweight