Gregory Zulu 35 Backpack

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Description: Gregory Zulu 35 Backpack

In the rapidly changing conditions of spring and autumn, a little extra room for layers never hurts. The Zulu 35 has the capacity for long days, and the ventilated, dynamic FreeFloat suspension makes short work of the final push for the peak.

Key Features of Gregory Zulu 35 Backpack:
  • External Material: 100% Nylon
  • Frame Materials: 4mm Alloy Steel & Fiberglass anti-barreling stay & HDPE
  • Pack Body: 210D Honeycomb Cryptorip HD Nylon / 210D High Tenacity Nylon
  • Pack Bottom: 420D High Density Nylon / 135D High Density Polyester
  • Lining: 135D High Density Embossed Polyester
  • Suspension: Dual-density LifeSpan EVA Foam
  • FreeFloat ventilated suspension featuring the 3D comfort cradle hipbelt with dynamic flex panels that move with the natural movements of your body
  • Adjustable torso length with open-air ventilated backpanel with moisture wicking mesh
  • 3D comfort cradle hipbelt with 3D construction for hotspot free, body-hugging comfort
  • Die-cut shoulder harness with sternum strap featuring integrated safety whistle and hydration clip
  • Perimeter alloy frame and fiberglass anti-barreling cross-stay for stable load management
  • Raincover included with dedicated zippered pocket behind front pocket for added organization
  • Sunglass QuickStow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades
  • Front U-Zip opening for easy access to the main compartment without removing the top pocket
  • Hydration sleeve with SpeedClip hydration hangar compatible with Gregory''s 3D Hydro reservoir (reservoir not included)
  • Top zippered pocket with reflective attachment points, key clip, and internal zippered security pocket
  • Dual side stretch mesh pockets with pass-through for over or under compression
  • Front stretch mesh pocket with secure buckle closure
  • Adjustable attachment loop and upper shock lock for trekking poles or an ice axe
  • Custom comfort-grip molded zipper pulls and molded webbing keepers for strap management
Size Small/Medium Medium/Large
Adjustable Torso Yes Yes
Fits Torso 15" - 19" / 38.1 - 48.3cm 18" - 22" / 45.7 - 55.9cm
Fits Hips/Waist 27" - 46" / 68.5 - 116.8cm 29" - 51" / 73.7 - 129.5cm
Weight 2.85lbs / 1.29kg 2.89lbs / 1.31kg
Volume 33L / 2014cu in 35L / 2136cu in
Rain Cover Weight 0.15lbs / 68g 0.15lbs / 68g
Max Carry Weight 35lbs / 16kg 35lbs / 16kg
Packed Dimensions 24" x 12.25" x 9.5" / 61cm x 31.1cm x 24.1cm 26" x 12.25" x 9.5" / 66cm x 31.1cm x 24.1cm

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Rated 5 out of 5
Significant Upgrades make a great pack even greater!
The new and improved version of the Zulu 35 is substantial! Owning five Gregory packs of varying size, one might think I have a bias...and I do...Gregory packs have served me without failure, are comfortable and perform trip after trip, year after year. Gregory continues to innovate and improve as seen with this Zulu series.
Highlights: The FreeFloat ventilated suspension effectively allows airflow between the wearer's back and the pack body. The hipbelt pockets are finally big enough for encased smartphones and then some. The 40" U-shaped, suitcase style zipper gives instant and easy access to all your pack's contents. Along with a ton of small, simple but substantial things that add up, like glasses quickstow bungee and my favorite...the integrated sternum buckle whistle. I pack light but I got 4 days of provisions in the Zulu 35 with room to spare. That's amazing!
I'm 6'0"/185 with a 21" torso...I chose the M/L 18-22" and felt like I was definitely at that upper limit of adjustability. Above all else, it felt like the pack disappeared while carrying it. Totally and pleasantly took me by surprise!
May 27, 2019
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great pack
This review was collected as part of a promotion
July 13, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Just much better than the previous model...
This backpack looks better than the previous model. Well thought and I love how the pull strings is not as noticeable
June 9, 2019
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