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The Gregory Men's Baltoro 75L Pack is a large pack for multi-day backpacking. Featuring 3D foam in the backpanel plus Response A3 Suspension, it's designed for comfort and easy carrying. Haul the essentials for camp, plenty of food and more for a week or more in the backcountry. The Sidekick Daypack is included, so once camp is set up you can jut off on shorter trails to find a waterfall or that secret overlook. It also doubles as a hydration sleeve in the main pack, but feel free to haul extra water in a bottle, stashing it in the Sidewinder bottle holster for easy access on the trails.
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Response A3 suspension: Auto angle adjust (A3) hipbelts and shoulder harnesses adapt to your unique body geometry for a custom fit every time you shoulder the pack
Patented system allows both harnesses and both hipbelts to rotate independently of each other, delivering a dynamic yet stable ride that adapts to your body's movements over different terrain
Response A3 helps align your center of gravity over your walking path, saving energy you'd otherwise spend on stabilization
That little bit of energy saved adds up with every step, increasing your overall efficiency-and preserving your bliss-as the miles tick by
3D AIR hipbelts and shoulder harnesses: Precurve technology and multi-density lifespan EVA foam construction combine to eliminate hotspots and relieve pressure in sensitive areas
3D AIR mesh wicks away moisture and distributes it throughout the woven surface, increasing overall comfort and allowing the hipbelts and shoulder harnesses to dry quickly during a well-earned trail break
Wishbone frame: A high-strength tubular aluminum frame defines the perimeter of the back panel, channeling the weight of the pack to the center of your lower back and around your hip structure
Design allows your upper body and hips to flex naturally while minimizing side-to-side sway as you hike, saving energy and keeping you more comfortable over longer distances
The frame also features anti-barreling support to prevent the pack from losing its shape and keeps the load close to your center of gravity
Matrix ventilated backpanel: Ventilated structural foam wrapped in breathable mesh provides enhanced moisture management in a low-profile backpanel design
It offers excellent airflow while keeping the pack very close to your back for crucial energy savings while carrying heavier loads
Comfortgrip: A soft-molded contoured pad ensures the weight of the pack transfers comfortably to your lower back and hips
Silicone grip overlays prevent the pad from slipping, keeping the hipbelt in position on your body's main load-bearing structure
Full body U-Zip main opening on front of bag for easy unloading when you get to camp
Custom fitted raincover included-stows in a quick access zippered pocket on underside of the top lid
Removable hydration sleeve converts into fast and light sidekick daypack with shoulder harnesses and accessory pocket
H20 Resistant weathershield hip belt pocket with YKK aquaguard zipper for quick access to you phone or camera
Sunglass quickstow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades without taking the pack off
Sidewinder bottle holster for one-handed on-the-go water bottle access-tucks away when not in use
Stretch mesh side stash pocket large enough for a second water bottle, trekking poles, sandals, snacks, etc
Dual front zippered organization pockets with heavy duty stretch mesh stash pocket
Double barrel top lid design with dual zippered pockets and a flexible center divider for larger items
Zippered bottom sleeping bag compartment with removable divider
Removable girth-hitched lower compression multistraps double as an accessory strap or hip belt for sidekick daypack
Four top pocket lash points for solar or accessory attachement, plus dual lower lash points
Carry-On Size, Raincover Included, Hip Belt, Hydration Compatible
Pack Pockets (+ main compartment):
Suspension / Stays:
75 Liters / 4576 Cubic inches
Rated 4 out of
I would buy this again, but increase the space more.I love how the pack performs and handles heavy loads. As a scoutmaster, I find myself carrying heavy because of BSA rules. The pack performs extremely well and balances every load. However, my biggest gripe about the pack is available space. I also have a Gregory Stout 75L which has significantly more space than the Baltoro. On the flip side, this pack fits my body like a glove, supports the lumbar, and places the load right where it needs to be, my legs. In my opinion, if you took the Gregory stout and slapped the frame, lumbar support, and all the goodies, this pack would be perfect. Also, the pockets on the hip belt were also significantly larger on the Gregory Stout.
Date published: 2018-04-04
Rated 5 out of
Wonderful packAmazing pack. The Gregory Baltoro is the only pack that fits me right. It is the only pack that I found comfortable enough to take it on a week long backpacking trip. I hate bladders they always seem to leak and get my stuff wet so I use my water bottle most of the times and I can grab and put away my Nalgene 1.5L water bottle in the water bottle pouch on the side. The price is kind of high and I am cheap so it took a while for me to make my decision on what pack to buy, but when I went to try on packs the only pack I was happy with was the Baltoro and still today I don't regret spending extra money on this high end pack. So I do believe that the Baltoro is worth the money.
Date published: 2018-03-02
Rated 5 out of
Bruce W from
Amazing backpack!I have used the Baltoro 75 on several 2-day trips now, and absolutely love it. I've been backpacking with my wife and two young daughters, so I carry a lot of extra weight for them (food, water, etc), and the Baltoro handles it easily. My pack weight has been about 45 lbs, but once the Baltoro is on, it feels like 10 lbs, and I feel like I can hike for days. Not only is the main pocket huge, but the Baltoro has a lot of storage pockets and places to organize your gear. I highly recommend the Baltoro 75.
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 2 out of
Josh C from
Excellent backpack with design flawThis is an awesome backpack for backpacking. I took it on several trips; it was comfortable and it fit all of my gear. There is one major design flaw though - the pull-string that closes the top main opening of the bag. It appears that it was glued or stitched on. It tore off easily with medium force when i tried closing my backpack. i returned it and got the same backpack - the SAME THING HAPPENED!! extremely poor and disappointing decision to stitch that on. Once that flaw is fixed i will consider buying this backpack again. NOTE: this was a 2018 model - hopefully they have addressed this issue?
Date published: 2019-06-06
Rated 2 out of
Troop Hiker from
Buyer BewareI purchased this backpack based on numerous glowing reviews previous editions have received throughout the years. I am a casual backpacker who goes on various outings with my sons' boy scout troop. I have used two other backpacks from Kelty and Osprey in the past and the Baltoro is the most well-designed and comfortable by far. However, my backpack either had a manufacturer's defect or this 2018 edition has a design flaw which caused the front mesh pocket buckle to fall off. I literally used this pack on three outings with what I consider very light demands. I am extremely disappointed that such a great pack with such an impressive lineage would succumb to such a minor flaw.
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of
Amazing Pack![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this pack and used it on a 3 day trip. I packed my heavier sleeping bag and pad because we were at about 5500ft. I also packed in some extra layers and some luxury items like a stool and a couple tall IPA’s. I also, got the Gregory hydration reservoir. My pack weighed in at 46lbs. I thought I was gonna be hating life, but the pack handled it like a champ. It felt 10lbs lighter. Super comfortable, lots of pockets, and tons of room in the main compartment even after my sleeping bag was in its pocket. I highly recommend this pack. One of the best on the market. The orange is a lot darker than in the pic. It’s more of a deep rust.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 5 out of
J. Aldstadt from
Time to retire the old NovaI bought a Gregory Nova in 1987. Even after 35 years of use (and abuse), ALL of the zippers, buckles, fasteners, etc. were still in like-new condition — and there were no rips or tears either. It never failed me. But, nevertheless, I decided to upgrade because the new Gregs are much lighter and of course have other "new" features (e.g., built-in hydration, hip belt pockets, easily adjustable sternum strap, better ventilation, & etc.). My new Baltoro did not disappoint — it has a very comfortable fit & the ergonomics are perfect! I hope to have my Baltoro for several decades of reliable backcountry service as well. Thank you GMP!
Date published: 2022-07-10
Rated 5 out of
Most durable pack out there. from
The best pack to date!Purchased my Baltoro 75 large almost 6 years ago and it is still like new. Used on AT section hikes, weekend hikes, day trips... I researched a lot of packs and settled on this one due to design, rugged construction and capacity. I'm 6'2'' about 200 lbs and I needed a larger pack. Some complain about the weight but that is due to its solid construction. You can probably buy a lighter pack but it's not going to hold up like this one. I like the hydration sleeve and ability to detach the top cover for a day pack. Lots of pockets and my model, a bit older has two water bottle holders. I also got the moss green color which I think is discontinued. Anyway you can't really go wrong with this pack. The only thing I would like Gregory to do is bring its production back to the U.S. please!
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Gregory Men's Packs
Gregory backpacking packs are available in a size range. Please check the PRODUCT FEATURES and / or SPECIFICATIONS for the torso range measurements of each size of a pack. The steps below are a guide for measuring your torso size.
The hipbelts on Gregory backpacking packs are adjustable to fit a range of sizes. A simple rule of thumb is that the ideal distance between the ends of the hipbelt pads after tightening should be 3 to 5 inches. However, the most important criteria are that the hipbelt wraps clear over the side of your body and that it rests 1 inch above your iliac crest. This allows proper load transfer to your skeletal structure, which maximizes comfort and minimizes energy expenditure.
HOW to MEASURE TORSO SIZE 1. Put your chin to your chest and feel for the big bone protruding on your neck at the top of your spine. That's the C7 vertebra.
2. Feel your hip bone, the top part of this is your iliac crest. Find the spot on your back that is level with the top of this crest.
3. Have someone measure the distance between these two points, following the contours of your spine.