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Gregory Amber 44 Backpack - Internal Frame (For Women)

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About Gregory Amber 44 Backpack - Internal Frame (For Women)

Closeouts. The perfect weekend warrior, Gregory's Amber 44 backpack is stabilized by a TrailFlex wishbone suspension. Along with an easy-access main compartment, multiple compression straps, pockets and daisy chain lash points provide carrying versatility.


Specs about Gregory Amber 44 Backpack - Internal Frame (For Women)

  • Pack material: Polyester
  • Frame type: Internal
  • Frame material: Spring wire
  • Pack loading: Top with bottom access
  • Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
  • Rain cover: Yes
  • Recommended use: Backpacking Weekend,Backpacking Day or Overnight
  • Volume liters: 44, 46
  • S:
  • Dimensions: 24.4x12.2x10.2"
  • Pack capacity: 2685
  • Weight: 3 lb. 1 oz.
  • Fits torsos: 16-18"
  • M:
  • Dimensions: 26.7x12.5x10.6"
  • Pack capacity: 2807
  • Weight: 3 lb. 3 oz.
  • Fits torsos: 18-20"
  • Made in Philippines
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  • Cannot ship to China
  • Cannot ship to Japan.
  • Cannot ship to South Korea.


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4.818181 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 11 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Classic Gregory Fit, Tough As Nails
Reviewed by Julia from WA on Friday, September 9, 2016
I'm madly in love with this pack. I've had Gregory packs for years & was so disappointed when they started changing over to the more trendy Osprey-style "hang off away from your back" fit. That style just doesn't work for me at all--so uncomfortable & feels off balanced. Luckily, Gregory's Ambe... Read More
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  • So far, so good
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Emily from Bay Area, CA on Saturday, August 4, 2018
    I'll preface this review by saying this is my first time owning a pack of this size -- I've previously backpacked with a 65+ liter pack and day hiked with a 28 liter pack, but I wanted something in between for smaller overnight/weekend trips or larger day loads. This pack seems to fit the bill perfectly. So far I've taken it on an overnight trial run involving about 18 miles of hiking, 13 with a full overnight load (tent, sleeping bag, food & stove, water) and a 5 mile day hike after having set up camp. Although it's a much larger capacity than I'm used to for day hiking, the excess space cinches down quite nicely with all the compression straps, and I found the pack to be even more comfortable with a smaller load. That said, my overnight gear fits perfectly. I thought the lack of a dedicated sleeping bag compartment would be an issue, as I'm pretty fond of that feature on my larger pack, but the bottom access zipper works just fine. I do wish the water bottle pockets were more accessible while hiking, but I've rarely seen a backpack where that's the case, so I don't fault Gregory for it. I LOVE the big hip belt pockets -- there's enough room for my iphone, map, chapstick, and some snacks.

    As other reviewers have mentioned, this pack is rather contoured to the shape of a woman's back. I find this type of fit to be quite stable and comfortable, but if you're used to the airflow style of Osprey and similar packs, this will definitely be an adjustment -- your back will get sweaty! My one gripe with the fit is that the hip belt is very nearly too big for me. I'm pretty slim, about 5'7" and 120 lbs with a 26" waist, and I have the hip belt cinched as tight as possible on both sides, which leaves me no extra slack to be able to tighten the belt while I'm hiking. The extra slack hanging down from the belt, about 15" on either side, is pretty annoying as well. I would have tried the next size down, but the medium was the perfect length for my 18" torso.
  • Comfortable, nice degree of structure, great storage/access design
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Avid Hiker from Colorado on Monday, June 25, 2018
    The pack is very comfortable - good padding, overall balance and adjustability. The large lid, large front pocket and both side pockets allow easy access to a variety of items, eliminating the need to access the main compartment during the day. The top and bottom access to the central compartment is perfect! I will use this pack for hut traveling in Europe and long day hikes in or an overnighter in the Colorado high country.
  • seems excellent for the price
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Angela n from Easter Washington on Tuesday, June 5, 2018
    This seems like an incredible pack for the price. I love the different pockets, the large hip pockets especially, and it seems to fit the length and curve of my back (which is a bit TOO curved, really). For reference I'm 5/8", somewhat long-waisted, and sort of "pear" shaped. My husband has an older backpack and this is SO much lighter. I also like the idea that it can squinch down to international carry-on size, I can definitely see myself using it this way. We did a global trip with travel-style flat-back backpacks and I will appreciate something that's more comfortable to wear while walking cities and train stations--for this sort of use packing cubes would be essential. No place for the laptop, but that's not really the intended use.

    I ordered this and one other pack to try on and hoped for the best, as this is less than half of anything equivalent at our local outdoor store, which it would be great to support but all this stuff adds up. So far I like this backpack the best--however--

    I still need to buy the rest of the stuff (sleeping bag, tent, etc), and load it up and see how it feels.
  • Very nice pack
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Carolina from NC on Tuesday, January 16, 2018
    Great climbing pack- for women
  • nice pack
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by over 40 and hiking from oregon on Wednesday, August 16, 2017
    This one is made for a womens body.Just pay attention to the weight limit. My friend over packed her Gregory and it rode heavy on the upper hip area. Easy access for your things and sturdy.

Question & Answer

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  • “Does this pack come in different sizes? I never seem to be able to find the sky blue amber 44 in a small.”
    Asked by Marina.Emily from Washington on 7/25/2017 12:26:43 AM
    • Due to the nature of the closeout business, we often receive items in limited quantities. Therefore, some sizes and colors can sell out quickly. Occasionally we are able to reorder a product, but closeout items are typically unable to be reordered. We suggest signing up for the My Updates as the best way to monitor incoming products. You will receive email notifications of our newest stock items.
      Answered on 7/25/2017 10:05:13 AM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Hi! Is this backpack hydration compatible? The Gregory Amber 60 is listed as "yes", but this Amber 44 does not specify either way. Thanks!”
    Asked by PChen from New York on 6/21/2017 2:09:51 PM
    • Yes, it is. You can view an official video on all of the features that the Gregory Amber line offers here:
      Answered on 6/21/2017 4:23:39 PM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post
    • Honestly, I cannot be certain but I am inclined to say 'no', it does not. My confusion comes from the fact there is a slit at the top of the pack. Immediately adjacent that is a small triangle of fabric with a water icon with 'H2O' with on it. There is attached webbing and quick-release buckle - all to secure the top of the pack closed. Other than placing the bladder in the main compartment of the pack I am unable to identify a separate or dedicated area for the bladder.

      I purchased this pack for a two-week backpacking trip in Europe. I was thoroughly impressed by it - it is very versatile in that I was able to tighten it down to a relatively small-size pack for kicking around towns but with the flexibility to expand for 'travel days' when I loaded it up and hauled everything with me. It carried the loads well and was always comfortable, regardless of the continued weight. I didn't pamper the pack in the least and it still looks great - no split stitching, busted straps, or broken buckles. I love my Amber 44 and got it for a great price from Sierra Trading Post!!
      Answered on 6/21/2017 10:44:59 PM by Trail Runner from Bountiful, Utah
  • “Is there a removable daypack?”
    Asked by Tessa from California on 5/17/2017 11:12:47 AM
    • This does not come with a daypack.
      Answered on 5/17/2017 5:45:07 PM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post
    • no, no removable daypack. The backpack has a "brain" or pouch, see where the gregory logo is at the top? that's a pouch with 3 zippered compartments throughout. I guess you could call the pouch the backpack's cover for the top. It's useful for easy-to-get-to items. You can stash little things like snacks, glasses, beanies, etc. This pouch is attached by 2 straps in back, which clips to 2 front attachments of backpack. The pouch can be completely removed. When it's completely removed, it' exposes the opening of the backpack which is drawstring.
      Answered on 5/17/2017 6:07:19 PM by Jade from San Francisco, CA

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.