Gregory - Denali 100 - Touring backpack

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Design:
Touring backpack
Recommended use:
Big wall; Ski crossings; Trekking tours (including in winter)
Volume:
97 l (S); 100 l (M); 103 l (L)
Carry system:
Expedition harness; preformed shoulder straps
Additional compartments:
reinforced side zip pockets; Front pocket with 2 zip accesses; Zip pocket on the hip belt
Hydration system:
yes
Weight:
2.75 kg (in size S); 2,835 kg (in size M); 3.17 kg (in size L)
Extras:
Side compression straps for ski fastening on the side; puncture-resistant front; stowable pick holder
Item No.:
505-0313
Product description

As you might expect, Gregory designed the Denali 100 Backpack for long-term, long-distance trekking and alpine adventures. With 100L of carrying capacity, it has the heart of a load-hauler but the DNA of a fast-and-light alpine pack with a ton
of removable features—Fusion Flex Pro aluminum stays, a molded EVA
foam back panel that doubles as a bivy pad, and an EVA foam
waistbelt—that help support heavy loads but slide out to trim the pack's
weight by two pounds when you need to cover serious ground. Even
without the stays and back panel, there's a lightweight sewn-in
framesheet and hollow aluminum cross stay for stability and support,
along with Gregory's EVA foam Auto-Cant shoulder harness, which
automatically adjusts to sit comfortably on your shoulders. 

Every feature needs to be carefully designed when you're on intense missions in the alpine, and the Denali certainly doesn't disappoint. The main compartment has both top and side access, while the top pocket, which has several internal stashes, is yet another removable piece.
There are pockets sprinkled all over the Denali, from the side
water-bottle sleeves to the laminated dual-entry front crampon pocket and a
zippered side stash pocket, with a wide variety of load-cinching
compression straps to boot. An internal hydration reservoir sleeve and
port helps you stay well-watered when you're hammering out the miles and
putting away the vert. Gregory made sure to include an ice-axe and
trekking-pole carrying system, and even threw in multi-use lash straps
to use with the front lash points, a few spare buckles, and webbing to
turn the waist-belt into a gear-loop attachment for ice screws,
carabiners, runners, and whatever else you might need.


  • Fusion Flex Pro removable aluminum stays
  • Removable EVA foam bivy-pad back panel and removable EVA waistbelt with gear loops
  • AutoCant shoulder harness with LifeSpan EVA foam
  • Top and side access to main compartment
  • Hydration sleeve with port
  • Laminated front crampon pocket with zip-out divider and dual entry
  • Fold-away side pockets, and removable top pocket
  • Ice-axe and trekking-pole carry system
  • Spare multi-use lash straps and front gear loops

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This is what other customers say:
Question from william | nottingham
15.01.2015
hi hannes, im 6ft tall do i need a med or lge gregory denali 100??

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Hannes(Community) | Customer Service
15.01.2015 16:35

Hello William!

I would suggest size M.

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Hannes

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Question from Dirk | Jena
09.02.2015
Hat der Rucksack einen Regenschutz?

Ab welcher Größe ist eine L der M vorzuziehen?

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