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Petit Dru Pro 85 - Womens - 4400-5700cu in

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The womens Gregory Petit Dru Pro pack is large, expedition-worthy and designed to fit right with tapered shoulder straps, an adjustable-angle hipbelt and a narrow profile. Foam-padded, contoured shoulder straps with Auto-Cant design fit a wide range of shoulders and adjust automatically to varying trail conditions. Soft, thermo-formed foam back panel with cushion inserts and molded air channels offers breathable comfort on and off the trail. Dual-density foam-padded hipbelt has 3 angle settings for a custom fit belt stiffener transfers weight to the hips for carrying comfort. Lightweight HDPE framesheet with cutouts and dual aluminum stays provide an optimal blend of stiffness and torsional flex. The Denali Petit Dru Pro Pack offers 2 ways to get at your gear: top-loading and front pocket access to the main compartment. Mesh pocket divider zips closed to keep contents of the front pocket separate from the main bag unzips for easy access to the main compartment. Sleeping bag compartment features a separate zippered entry and a removable divider. Internal mesh sleeve holds a hydration reservoir sold separately for hands-free hydration on the go. Top lid converts to a waist pack for quick hikes away from camp. 2 large mesh side pockets let you keep essentials close at hand. Includes vinyl-reinforced ski slots, dual ice axe/tool loops and a daisy chain for attaching additional gear. Top and side compression straps along with quick-release sleeping pad straps help stabilize and control the load. The Gregory Petit Dru Pro pack is made of durable Cordura nylon with Spectra -reinforced nylon stress points for strength and abrasion resistance. Waterproof Shelter-Rite material covers the bottom of the pack to provide long-lasting wear and protection from the elements.

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