Gregory Drift 10 Hydro Backpack

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Description: Gregory Drift 10 Hydro Backpack

When you combine a fully loaded bike-specific organization, a three-liter 3D Hydro reservoir and the Shift RS adjustable hipbelt, the Drift 10 becomes the ideal all-around MTB backpack for daily trail ripping.

Key Features of Gregory Drift 10 Hydro Backpack
  • External Material: 100% Nylon
  • Pack Body: 210D Cryptorip HD Nylon / 420D High Density Nylon
  • Pack Bottom: 420D High Density Nylon / 135D High Density Polyester
  • Lining: 135D High Density Embossed Polyester
  • Suspension: Matrix Venitlated EVA Foam
  • Includes 3D Hydro quick drying, soft molded reservoir (3 Liter) with integrated drying hanger
  • Dedicated zippered hydration sleeve with routing sleeve and SpeedClip hydration hangar for a one-handed, snap-and-go connection
  • Shift RS adjustable, breathable ride stability belt for a custom fit and bounce control
  • Die-cut shoulder harness with magnetic sternum buckle and hose clip for the Drylock bite valve
  • Matrix breathable die-cut backpanel
  • Sunglass QuickStow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades
  • Front zippered pocket with bike specific organization and key clip
  • Front durable stretch mesh pockets for quick storage and reflective attachment loops to carry a helmet
  • Front light loop for night riding
  • Top zippered quick-access pocket
  • Custom comfort-grip molded zipper pulls and molded webbing keepers for strap management
  • Suspension Technology: Shift RS
  • Compartment Access: Panel
  • Closure Type: Zipper
  • Number of External Pockets: 4
  • Hydration Compatible: Yes
  • Hydration Reservoir Included: Yes
  • Reservoir Capacity: 3L
  • Hipbelt Inclued: Yes
Dimensions
Size 10L
Fits Torso 16" - 21” / 40.6 - 53.3cm
Adjustable Hipbelt Yes
Fits Hips/Waist 28" - 48" / 71.1 - 121.9cm
Weight 1.56lbs / 708g
Volume 10L / 610cu in.
Max Carry Weight 15lbs / 6.8kg
Packed Dimensions 18.5" x 9" x 6" / 47cm x 22.9cm x 15.2cm

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Fantastic MTB and Trail Running Pack
I bought a Drift 6 liter for my son and I liked it so much I bought the 10 liter. I'm using this bag almost every day either for a mountain bike ride or a trail run/fast hike. It's roomy enough to hold a long sleeve shirt or light fleece or rain jacket, snacks, and 3 liters of water. It's super well organized with a stuff pouch on the outside where I throw a collapsible dog bowl and water bottle for the dog. The main pocket forward of the water pocket hold snacks, and has organizers for a tool kit, pump, tube, whatever. Mine also came with a small removable zipper bag that can hold tools, first aid kit, etc. And one of my favorite features is the "crash pad", a padded zipper pocket high on the back of the pack for a phone. The pack also cinches down really well so when riding it's not sloshing around, even with 3 liters of water (though for most trips with this bag, I only put 1-1.5 liters in; it's just not big enough for a trip long enough that I drink 3 liters of water. But I used the hydration pack in 2 other Gregory bags, so it's all good.
September 24, 2019
Frisco, CO
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Love this pack...after a little DIY mod'ing
I use the Drift for mountain biking (and some hiking). It's a superb pack, although I had to do a little DIY modifying to get it closer to just how I want it. It's a day-pack, for sure; don't expect to get the kitchen sink in it.

PROs:
Excellent quality
Light weight
Adjustable suspension system for waist belt is terrific
Good organization; main compartment is surprisingly roomy
Pockets on waist belt
Outer stretch pocket
Perfect size hydration bladder (3L) for me (For a 2-3 hour ride, I might not fill it all the way up, but on a super-hot day or for a longer ride, I might need all 3L of water.)

WHAT I MODIFIED:
Removed all of the plastic "strap retainers"—unnecessary and really annoying
Removed the compression straps, including the female part of the buckle attached to the pack—unnecessary and not really very useful located so high on the pack (just interferes with access)
Removed the "Sunglasses Holder"—not useful (if I did use it, I'd always worry about scratching my glasses)
Added "chapstick holder"—This is the single item that I reach for the most, and I want it easy to get at. I cut out the stitching at the top of what used to be the sunglasses holder, and I have a perfect-sized, easily accessible little sleeve high on the shoulder strap.

I would never buy a pack that didn't have either mesh pockets on the sides or, as in this unusual case, pockets on the waist belt, so that some things can be reached (or snack wrappers stowed) without taking the pack off. The waist belt pockets are useful but imperfect; they're farther back then I expected, making it hard to look down and see what's in them, as well as to zip/unzip and get things in and out from that angle. As a result, you really don't want to put more than two items in a pocket, 'cuz you'll be getting them in and out by feel. That's why I was so pleased to be able to DIY a different place for my lip balm ;) (BTW, I can *just* fit my iPhone 7 in a waist belt pocket.)
August 9, 2020
Steamboat
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