Gregory Compass 40L Bag
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Gregory
Compass 40L Bag

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Product Description Item No.   10303789
 

FEATURES of the Gregory Compass 40L Bag

  • Padded backpack straps with padded backpanel
  • Single main compartment with U-zip backpanel access
  • Separate expanding bottom compartment
  • External-access padded 15-inch laptop compartment with tablet sleeve
  • Top accessory pocket with key clip and internal zippered mesh security pocket
  • Zippered mesh organizer pocket inside main compartment
  • Padded front panel
  • Top and bottom grab handles
  • Side compression straps
  • Dual daisy chains
  • Reflective logo
  • External safety light lash point
  • Separate, expanding bottom compartment

- + Product Specifications
Features: Laptop Compatible, Carry-On Size, Sternum Strap, Tablet Compatible, Organizer Panel, Compression Straps
Weight: 32 oz
Pack Fabric: 420 D Nylon
Best Use: Travel, Work and School, Casual, Backpacking
Pack Capacity: 40 Liters / 2440 Cubic inches
Holds Laptop Size: 15 inch
Frame Type: Frameless
Pack Access: Top
- + Size Guide

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.

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