Information about Gregory Triconi 60 Backpack - Internal Frame
Closeouts. The Gregory Triconi 60 backpack is fully loaded for technical alpine climbing, mountaineering and overnight expeditions. It features a Response AFS Suspension with 3D pre-curved harness and waistbelt for the ultimate comfort where you need it most.
Aero mesh moisture-wicking back panel enhances comfort
Top, front and bottom access to main compartment
Drawcord spindrift collar increases load capacity
Floating lid with cargo pocket
Large front pocket with welded zipper
Lower sleeping bag compartment with divider
Hideaway side water bottle holder
Dual waistbelt pockets for quick-access items
Interior hydration sleeve with dual tube ports
Dual attachment points for ice tools or trekking poles
Sleeping pad lash straps with quick-release buckles
Reviewed by RichnMD from Peoples Republik of Marylandistan on Friday, September 17, 2010
The Triconi 60 is no exception to the great Gregory line. I'm retired military and spent most of my career in the field using many types of rucks and backpacks. I've used Gregory products in my career and was always pleased with their quality. I still have a Gregory 3-day pack that was issued in 199...
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Reviewed by Steven And the Outdoors from Ohio on Friday, March 4, 2016
This pack is great for weekend trips and if you pack right for even longer. It has held up on multiple trips and is still running strong for me. My only complaints are that there was no hanging clip for hydration bladder and the sleeping bag storage is a little small but perfect if you can get a nice bag that stuffs really small.
Reviewed by 73 Start from Colorado on Wednesday, April 9, 2014
I haven't tried this pack in the field yet, but the design and feel of it is great. The materials used are nearly ballistic, and the stitching seems appropriate for heavy packing. Adjusting the pack for comfort is simple, and the harness padding is plush. Additionally, the price is rock-bottom outstanding, plus the pack comes from Sierra Trading Post! Who could ask for more? At this point, I agree with all of the five star reviews.
Reviewed by Save Fox Lake from San Francisco on Monday, December 6, 2010
I did a short hike in yosemite with the pack empty to get a feel for the padding and basic adjustments (Sept'10). The next day it was loaded with 42 pounds of gear for a solo hike up Mt. Whitney. Not having hiked like this since scout camp, at least 20 years, I thought I would be paying for it royally. The pack is stiff, just enough padding around the shoulders but much more comfortable around the hips. The only issue at the end was tenderness around the shoulder muscles which would be expected for not having carried something of this weight at all. There is only one usable pocket on the outside of the pack, which ended up being a blessing of not having to worry of catching a rock while bouldering. But a couple of extra pockets wouldn't be bad. I managed to stuff water, tent, sleeping bag, pad and a bear canister with room left for a jacket, food and cooking stuff. I also brought along a smaller pack for the summit. I would rate this higher/lower if I had experience with other backpacks to compare this to.
Best Uses: Extended Hikes, Heavy Loads
Cons: Few pockets
Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Load, Good Padding, Good Suspension, Highly Adjustable, Large Capacity, Lightweight