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Denali Pro Backpack

 
Denali Pro Backpack

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Denali Pro Backpack

Manufacturer: Gregory

Your Opinion: 
 - 7 Votes
 

 

Page By: ibndalight

Created/Edited: Jan 21, 2007 / Jan 24, 2007

Object ID: 1833

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Product Description

 
 
The Denali Pro offers more adjustment options than other pack with similar carrying capacities, ideal for expeditions and extended backpacking or ski touring. Easy-access stabilizer straps around your shoulders, hips and sternum allow you to fine tune your suspension. The Adjust-A-Cant™ waistbelt provides three different cant settings. The Flo-Form® II shoulder harness is contoured and sculpted to wrap comfortably over your shoulders and around your chest. The Flo-Form® II Waistbelt features sculpted tri-density foam padding that hugs your hips without pinching or binding.


Features

Sizes: Sm: 6100 cu. in., Md: 6450 cu. in., 7000 cu. in.Color: RedTop, front and bottom accessWeight: Sm:7lbs. 8oz., Md: 7lbs. 12oz., Lg: 8lbs.

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Reviews

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ibndalightDenali Pro

Voted 5/5

It’s a great pack it fits well, holds weight well and is durable. It’s a little heavy but worth the extra weight.
Posted Jan 24, 2007 5:02 am

Dennis PoulinDenali Pro

Hasn't voted

Great pack and very rugged. This is for expeditions! IT worked well for me on Denali. You can load it up with more stuff than you can carry.
Posted Feb 21, 2007 4:50 pm

brusyDenali pro

Voted 4/5

With all of the above I agree. But the pack is far from perfect. It's sleeping bag compartment opening is too small to fit a bigger bag through! It's heavy, but that is ok as it is for expeditions. But they shouldn't save few more ounces on the side mesh pockets... They are easy to tear, if you put wands or pickets in them... Also they are difficult or impossible to use if your pack is fully loaded. To attach the snowshoes to full pack is tough!! For what it costs it could have the waterproof zippers too. This pack is very overpriced, fortunately I bought mine for $300 brand new on eBay...
It is a great pack, but I wanted to point out some cons for the potential buyers too....
Posted Mar 28, 2007 4:48 pm

cacheshierBig Daddy!

Hasn't voted

This pack is just that; a Big Daddy, that is more than capable of getting the job done any time the loads get big and heavy. This pack is ready for Everest if you are! Enough said!
Posted Apr 3, 2007 8:33 pm

stephoVery good pack

Voted 5/5

although it is a bit expensive it does an excellent job of distributing weight and fits quite comfortably. One of the best packs I have worn
Posted Nov 24, 2009 3:15 pm

climbxclimbGreat pack

Voted 5/5

high quality materials and all the right features make this pack a perfect choice for heavy loads.
I loaded it with gear for a month of climbing...
Posted Jan 28, 2010 3:13 pm

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