(グレゴリー)Gregory Baltoro 65 NavyBlue 657841598
- バルトロ65（BALTORO65）は、そのスリムで細身のデザインに搭載されたレスポンスA3サスペンションがトレイルを圧倒するパフォーマンスを発揮します。週末の戦士のための十分な快適性と、要求の厳しいユーザーのための先進性を兼ぬ備えたバルトロ65（BALTORO65）は、そのスリムで細身のデザインに搭載されたレスポンスA3サスペンションがトレイルを圧倒するパフォーマンスを発揮します。長い冬の週末、暑さの中のマルチステージ・レース、また長期にわたるバックカントリーでの移動など最低限のギアでの旅最適です。●カスタムフィット対応モデルGREGORY ONLINE STOREではカスタムフィット対応バックパックのカスタムフィット（ショルダーハーネス、ウェストベルトのサイズ交換）での販売、また購入後のショルダー、ウェストのサイズ交換の対応を致しておりません。正確なフィッティングを希望される場合は、取扱店を探すより「テクニカルフィッティングディーラ-」対象店舗にてスタッフにご相談の上、店頭にてお買い求めください。
I bought this bag for both hiking and traveling. I considered Osprey's Farpoint for travel as it had the detachable bag for traveling but it just didn't have the same support as a proper hiking pack like this. The hip straps were the biggest thing for me as the Osprey didn't have as much padding and I've had some back and hip problems in the past. This bag just has great support in that area.
The other bag I tried was the Osprey Aether Ag 60 which had some great features but the weight just felt like it was pulling away from my body a little. The Gregory feels more snug against the body and is less demanding of the core. My girlfriend also has an older Gregory bag and agrees that the brand just seems to sit snug to the body. Once again, this might be due to my build but it was like night and day whenever I swapped them during my comparison.
While the fit alone would have sold me on this bag, it's really the easy access front zipper that I love. Like I mentioned, the Gregory bags tend to fit nice and snug against the body and packing them from the top can be challenging but the front opens up in a big U shape that allows it to be packed like regular luggage. I suppose this means that a flash rain could get your things a little wet but luckily, this bag comes with a rain cover!
The little extra bag this comes with that doubles as a reservoir holder isn't the most advanced design as it's similar to a little drawstring tote. It does it's job though and it being removable to use like a tiny daypack with a reservoir is nice.
This is a great bag. Not much else to say. If it fits you well, it'll serve you well. So go try it on and see!
It worked great. This pack is very comfortable. This is a fairly heavy pack because it has a lot of padding so you can carry more weight comfortably. Lighter packs will have less padding for lighter loads. I had no sore spots, bruises, or muscle aches the next day. The pockets and zippers create easy access to all equipment. Even the stuff at the bottom and middle of bag can be accessed without pulling everything out.
I am 6ft tall and weigh about 208. My torso measures 19.5". I'm fairly big up top and could stand to lose about 10lbs. I bought both the large and medium. I ended up returning the large because the pads did not wrap around the top of my shoulders correctly. I am 100% pleased with the medium. I thought about mixing and matching the different size belts and straps, and may have tried if I was in an outfitter shop. After this test I don't see any reason. There are a few good videos on YouTube showing how a pack should fit. One or two by the guy who designed the Baltoro.
The seller was quick to ship and easy to return the large. I think it cost like $8 to return ship, more than worth it to try both sizes and be sure.
I haven't used a whole lot of different backpacks but from how this one worked for me, and how I observed others using their packs, so far this is the one I would recommend.
I loved everything about this pack except for the fact that the hipbelt hurt my hips after hiking for 5 miles. It's very comfortable when the pack is on but for some reason my hips were pretty sore after hiking and the next few days afterward. Also, the weatherguard pocket it too small for cell phones nowadays. Other than that, this pack is great and works as it should. And lastly, the worst part I think about this pack is the fact that it weighs almost 6 pounds.
The removable day pack/hydration pack is a definite plus. There's plenty of room to pack a weeks worth of gear and clothes in the Baltoro 65. With gear in the pack, mine weighed 42lbs. The included rain cover is nice so I didn't have to purchase one separately. Plenty of pockets and access zipppers. Front access to the pack is also a huge plus, since my old pack was only accessible from the top or bottom. I didn't have to remove all of my gear to find something. I wish it had the trekking pole holders that Osprey has but the ones on it are sufficient enough. The zippers are heavy duty and don't snag. Straps are great quality although they could have saved weight and made them shorter. I cut off a lot of the excess length in straps before going on my trip.
I would certainly recommend this pack to someone else. As for ultralight backpackers, stay away from this tank lol.
Bag in un zips open like a gym bag. Great feature for ropes, large items, or adjusting inventory
Fitsbnd wears very well. Weight distribution is equal.
Dual use rock climbing and backpacking. Best Multi use pack I've owned.
H20 reservoir area is perfect.
Detachable day bag is not bad but very lightweight.
Clean and very accessible pack.