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Harkening back to Gregory’s earliest roots the Gregory Kletter Day has a stylish retro look complete with early ear design touches but still delivers reliable durability and functionality for use in your busy every day.
The tear-shaped Kletter Day offers panel-loading access to its 1202 cubic inch (19.7L) main compartment. A quilted Cordura nylon backpanel adds a measure of comfort and the shoulder harness has adjustability to dial in fit. A minimalist webbed hipbelt also aids in weight stabilization.
The Gregory Kletter Day pack is available in your choice of color options.
- #10 YKK Zipper on main compartment
- Figure eight sliders allow you to easily secure an attachment to the front of the pack
- Top, front and bottom leather attachment panels
- Single axe/pole attachment loop
- Reinforced original spec shoulder harness with alligator clip adjustment
- 1in. hip belt webbing
- Quilted Cordura nylon backpanel
- Cordura nylon bottom panel
Best Use Hiking, Casual Access Panel Loading Warranty Limited Lifetime Volume 1202 cu in Material Cordura Item Weight 1 lb 9 oz Dimensions 17' x 14" x 6"
Likes: It has very nice materials and a good design. It's slim and has three separate great attachment points. This makes it a very versatile bag as it's pretty small (~20L) but you can strap a few bulkier items to it and still carry them comfortably because the shoulder straps are wide and beefy. I have been looking for a few years for a bag that ticked all of these boxes for me and I've finally found a keeper. I may buy a second just to make sure I can still have this bag if I ever wear my new one out.
Dislikes: I would say the only negative I can really think of is the price. $150.00 for a small backpack made in the Phillipines is a pretty hard sell. There aren't really any pockets aside from two small internal ones which I don't mind but some might. One quirky thing about this bag is the zipper angle. It's slanted so that unzipped, the top of the bag doesn't really have any walls. I haven't had a chance to see how this will work with daily use, but it seemed like a strange design choice when I first noticed it.