Gregory Women's Sula 24L Pack
Nightshade Grey

Women's Sula 24L Pack

Gregory Women's Sula 24L Pack is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 55.
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Product Description
Item No.   10363940

FEATURES of the Gregory Women's Sula 24L Pack

  • Vaporspan ventilation system uses a proprietary leaf-spring lower back design to fit perfectly to any back shape and effortlessly carry weight, while keeping the ventilated backpanel low profile to maximize interior capacity
  • EVAP Moisture wicking technology provides incredibly cool and comfortable backpanel performance in all weather conditions
  • Ultra-cush shoulder harness with top tier EVA foam and ventilated design for long lasting comfort
  • Front zippered pocket with soft-touch, padded liner to protect sunglasses and electronics
  • Internal hydration sleeve with speedClip integration system for easy use with gregory's 3D hydro reservoir
  • Sunglass quickstow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades without taking the pack off
  • Front and side stretch mesh pockets for quick access to water bottles and an extra layer
  • Custom comfort-grip molded zipper pulls
  • Zippered interior mesh orgainization pocket with key clip
  • Molded webbing keepers for strap management
  • Side and bottom compression to stabilize your load

Product Specifications
Features: Carry-On Size, Organizer Panel, Compression Straps
Weight: 34.6 oz
Dimensions: 20 x 12 x 8 in.
Weight Capacity: 25 lbs
Pack Fabric: Nylon
Pack Pockets (+ main compartment): 6
Suspension / Stays: Steel
Gender: Womens
Best Use: Casual
Pack Capacity: 24 Liters / 1465 Cubic inches
Trip Length: Day
Frame Type: Internal
Pack Access: Top
Product Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The TARDIS of backpacks! I have used this backpack in several different environments and ways. The first was a work pack. Some of the freelance work I do requires me to carry around extra gear to be prepared going into dynamic environments. This pack was small enough to not be in the way while getting through areas with limited space, but also had enough room inside for me to carry around safety gear, my kindle, my book, water bottle, lunch etc. I then used this as a day pack. I've been looking to downgrade the overly large day pack for a while now. This fit the bill. Long story, short, I love this pack and it's amazing versatility.
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Excessively tall frame This bag only comes in a one-size-fits-all and isn't adjustable. The frame on this bag is ridiculously tall. I am 5'8" and use a women's small for my Gregory Deva. The frame on this pack is above my head and the waist belt fits right under my breasts. It's such an awkward fit - it must be for someone with a very long torso. I'm not sure how this is designed with respect to the shoulder straps and the height of the frame, but something just does not work for a small torso. I've had a number of outdoors experts try to at least help me adjust the shoulder straps, but all have said that, without frame adjustability, I'm doomed to carry this pack very high on my shoulders, with the top of the pack cresting over my head. If you have a very long torso, this might be a very good daypack for you. It's lightweight and otherwise seems of good quality.
Date published: 2019-05-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not my favorite. I've tried to take it in a couple trips but I like my other bags more. The problem I come across is it's too narrow at the bottom and the rigid back makes it hard to stuff and retrieve things in the bottom of the bag. The other bags I use have adjustable straps on the bottom and tops to expand or contract the bag and pseudo elastic sides. Osprey Are the bags I keep going back to. I had high hopes as my first couple multi overnight bags were Gregory and now my emergency bag is a repurposed multi overnight bag.
Date published: 2018-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gregory Octal 45 I have only taken this on a day hike, but packed it as though going out on a few day backpacking trip. It fit well and was comfortable. I usually have issues with shoulder straps rubbing my neck, but this pack did not do that. I occasionally noticed the bottom corner of the frame digging into my back and worry how it would feel with more weight in it as I didn't have days of food packed. Overall, a good pack and I'm happy with it.
Date published: 2018-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough Stuff While I was really hoping to receive the larger Gregory pack, I have just completed a bunch of day hikes with the Sula Backpack and must admit that it really is a fantastic pack. It has the perfect amount of pockets, excellent breathability and is super comfortable, even when loaded to the hilt. I went off-track through the Australian scrub and it doesn't even look a tiny bit trashed.... my legs however....
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great pack, but not for extra-tall folks Well-constructed and light. Slightly disappointed that the straps and torso length aren't customizable or adjustable, which isn't a problem for most folks, but long-torso'ed and extra tall people like my hubby will have a harder time fitting it. I also wish it had a zipper entrance to the bottom of the pack so I don't have to pull everything out to get the jacket I stuffed in at the bottom.
Date published: 2018-05-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great little daypack, but a few design opportuniti Purchased a month ago as part of my endless daypack search. I wanted a 28-34L pack with ventilation for summer without a super rigid massive creaky frame (ahem, Osprey Mira), great shoulder and hip padding (and functional hip pockets, I need my snacks), adjustability, organization, external hydration sleeve, a stretchy stuff pocket, rain cover, and lots of lash points for gear, especially for winter day hikes, that dont prohibit access to the pack itself. Apparently that doesn't exist. Alas I've settled on this given the fit and comfort, and will continue my search for a winter daypack that can accommodate snow shoes AND trekking poles. Overall I like the bag, but it doesn't have a rain cover, the hydration sleeve is internal, and there are minimal lash points and the stretch front pocket isn't super stretchy (my large puff doesn't fit). [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great backpack I used this backpack over the weekend on a climbing trip and the next day on a bike trip. The backpack was able to hold all my gear with ease. There is a nice lined pocket which is great for my stuff that I don't want to get damaged (phone, watch, etc.). It fit my 2 1.5L water bottles perfectly, no fear of them falling out
Date published: 2018-06-19
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Size Guide

Gregory Women'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.

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.