Gregory Maya 32 Backpack (For Women)

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Overview

About Gregory Maya 32 Backpack (For Women)

Closeouts. Gregory's Maya 32L backpack features a streamlined, body-hugging design and enough capacity to handle long day trips and ultralight overnights. The women-specific BioSync Suspension keeps the pack close to your body, evenly distributes weight and doesn't restrict movement.

Specs

Specs about Gregory Maya 32 Backpack (For Women)

  • Pack material: Polyester and nylon
  • Hydration compatible: Yes
  • Pack loading: Top with side zipper access
  • Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
  • Rain cover: Yes
  • Recommended use: Daypack
  • Volume liters: Small-32L, Medium 34
  • S:
  • Dimensions: 24x10x8"
  • Pack capacity: 1952 cu.in.
  • Fits torsos: 16-18"
  • M:
  • Dimensions: 26x10x8"
  • Pack capacity: 2074 cu.in.
  • 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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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.