Gregory Denali 100 Backpack

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Description: Gregory Denali 100 Backpack

The Denali 100 remains the pinnacle of big-mountain expedition performance. With the ability to comfortably carry heavy loads into harsh environments over demanding terrain, this pack transitions into whatever your goal requires.

Key Features of Gregory Denali 100 Backpack
  • External Material: 100% Nylon
  • Frame Materials: 7075 Aluminum
  • Pack Body: 210D High Tenacity Nylon / 420D High Density Nylon
  • Pack Bottom: 630D High Density Nylon / EVA foam / 210D Nylon
  • Lining: 210D Nylon
  • Suspension: Multi-Density LifeSpan EVA foam
  • FusionFlex Pro suspension with auto-canting, independently rotating harnesses for a custom fit
  • Dual aluminum stays with full-length framesheet that directly connect to the hipbelt for a superior carry
  • 3D precurved hipbelts and harness designed with multi-density LifeSpan EVA foam construction to eliminate hot spots and relieve pressure in sensitive areas
  • Hipbelt is shaped to work with a harness and includes a zippered pocket and gear loop with ice clipper and sled attachment points
  • Strippable aluminum stays, top pocket, bivy pad, and hipbelt to transform to a lighter pack
  • Front abrasion panel with twin reinforced daisy chains and Ice tool sleeve
  • Top hook-and-loop and reflective ice tool attachment with adjustable bottom loop and aluminum toggle to fit any tool
  • Dual storm skirt top with quick-pull drawcord closure and top webbing compression/rope strap
  • Molded foam backpanel with Gription Lumbar pad to control large loads
  • Side zippered access to the main compartment with dual compression straps that can cross-over and buckle over the front of the pack
  • Included foam bivy pad positioned in Internal hydration sleeve with universal reservoir hanger and hydration port
  • Floating top pocket with interior zippered compartment and an underside zippered pocket and key clip
  • Twin side fabric expandable pockets with over-under compression for water bottles or pickets and wands
  • Reinforced top tubular webbing haul handle and large cording zipper pullers for easy use with gloves
  • Dual layered, padded bottom panel for durability with webbing attachment loops
  • Quick access, side zippered pocket for maps and regularly used items
  • Included webbing straps can be used for front gear carry, transforming top pocket to backpack, and as replacement buckles
  • Ideal Fit For: Men or Women
  • Internal Frame: Yes
  • Frame Type: Twin Stays
  • Suspension Technology: Fusion Flex Pro
  • Compartment Access: Top / Side Zipper
  • Closure Type: Drawcord / Zipper
  • Number of External Pockets: 6
  • Hydration Compatible: Yes
  • Hipbelt Included: Yes
  • Removable Hipbelt: Yes
  • Hipbelt Pockets: Yes
  • Trekking Pole Attachment: Yes
Dimensions
Size Small Medium Large
Fits Torso 16" - 18" / 40.6 - 45.7cm 18" - 20" / 45.7 - 50.8cm 20" - 22"/50.8 - 55.9cm
Fits Hips/Waist 27" - 47" / 68.5 - 119.4cm 28" - 48" / 71.1 - 121.9cm 30" - 50" / 76.2 - 127cm
Weight 6.26lbs / 2.84kg 6.61lbs / 3kg 6.88lbs /3.12kg
Volume 97L / 5919cu in 100L / 6012cu in 103L / 6285cu in
Stripped Weight 1.84lbs / 4.06kg 1.92lbs / 4.23kg 2.01lbs /4.43kg
Max Carry Weight 80lbs / 36kg 80lbs / 36kg 80lbs / 36kg
Packed Dimensions 32.5" x 13.25" x 15" / 82.5cm x 34cm x 38cm 34.5" x 13.25" x 15" / 88cm x 34cm x 38cm 36.5" x 13.25" x 15" / 92cm x 34cm x 38cm

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Worthy of Denali!!
This is the pack you want for expedition travel over snow, ice and glaciers. I had this pack up on Denali in Alaska on a 23 day climbing expedition. My team consisted of 9 people and four of us carried this pack. It held up great for the abuse it took. No tears anywhere and the zippers stayed intact the whole time. Reading the other review about the Denali makes me wonder as I had no problems with the pack and will use it again next year while climbing Denali. I love the bells and whistles of the pack. Meaning it has lots of storage, easy to get to compartments and ample pockets. The hip belt is key with great support and very comfortable. I carried up to 80 pounds in this pack while pulling my sled with up to 75 pounds of gear at times. There are no sled loops but that did not matter as I looped the sled ties around the lower frame. Never had any problem. The pack is heavy but that is expected in a 100 liter pack. This is and will be go to expedition pack and will be on me as I try to scale the highest peaks across the world.
October 25, 2017
Jem
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Decent Pack, Could be better.
Good pack, but needs improvements. Pulk loops and belt have held up great, but the shoulder straps are falling apart after 140ish miles of sled pulling/expedition use. Not impressed for this price.

Improve the shoulder strap quality, and make them wider so they don't dig in as much. Use heaver duty zippers on critical areas. I've had the main zipper on the main compartment derail a few times.

This could be a super bomber pack, Im up here in Alaska and will be taking it to a local shop to have them fix it up and Alaska proof it. Ironic since they named this pack the "Denali"
September 24, 2017
North Pole, AK
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