About Gregory Zulu 30L Backpack
Closeouts. Hike up in roomy, breathable comfort with the streamlined, weight-saving design of Gregory's Zulu backpack. The 3D suspended-mesh back panel and padded shoulder straps deliver superior ventilation on warmer hikes, and the spacious internal compartments yield plenty of room for over-night gear, rain duds and your hydration reservoir.
Specs about Gregory Zulu 30L Backpack
- Pack material: Polyester and nylon
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: Spring steel
- Pack loading: Top
- Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
- Rain cover: Yes
- Recommended use: Backpacking Day or Overnight
- Volume liters: 30 (M), 32 (L)
- Dimensions: 21.5x13x8"
- Pack capacity: 1830 cu.in.
- Weight: 2 lb. 7 oz.
- Fits torsos: 18-20"
- Dimensions: 23.5x13x8"
- Pack capacity: 1952 cu.in.
- Weight: 2 lb. 11 oz.
- Fits torsos: 20-22"
- Made in Philippines
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- Cannot ship to China
- Cannot ship to Japan.
- Cannot ship to South Korea.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Great sized day packVerified Buyer Reviewed by Traveling Gnome from Texas on Thursday, May 18, 2017I was looking for a day pack that was roomy enough for lunch, some layers, and possibly some other gear for my family. I am 6'2" and have a long torso. I've had a very difficult time getting a day pack that fits. The waist belt always seems to circle my belly button! This pack fits me well. It's very streamlined and uncluttered which I like. The stuff pocket is great and I like that there are small loops to hold the tips of my hiking poles as they never quite stay in ice axe loops.
Some Bad Design FlawsVerified Buyer Reviewed by Bama Hiker from Shiregrass of Alabama on Tuesday, May 16, 2017I initially had high hopes for this pack, but after a 7 mile shake down hike with 25 pounds those hopes turned to disappointment. I have to wonder if anyone at Gregory actually did any testing hikes with the pack before approving the design and moving forward with production. There are two problems with the hip belt design that make the pack a "no-go" in my mind. First is the manner in which the hip belt is sewn onto the pack. The attachment sewing is an inverted "V" with a wide open base / \ which causes the pack to not tighten around the hips and also slip over the hips. The attachment sewing should be V shaped \ / so that bottom can tighten around hips. Second problem is the two tightening buckles on the hip belt are located on the sides of the hips and don't properly hold or lock the waist straps in a tight manner. The angle when walking (movement) causes the straps to slip and loosen. Then the pack hip belt slips off the hips. The third problem are the location and design of the lower compression straps covering over the two bottom side pockets. When the straps are tightened you cannot use the pockets. The straps prevent access to water bottles or anything else in the pockets. These 3 strikes against the pack means I returned it back to STP. I hope this helps in your buying decision. Cheers.
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