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Halo

 
Halo

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Halo

Manufacturer: Gregory

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Page By: cwoods17

Created/Edited: Aug 20, 2005 / Jan 20, 2007

Object ID: 1393

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The Halo is a mid-sized daypack with a comfortable hipbelt and flexable framesheet with great ventilation. It has front panel access, as well as a fleece pocket on top. It has a hydration pouch and twin water bottle pockets. There is a small zippered pocket on the hipbelt, which is removable. It has several methods of compression, allowing external cargo to include skis, a snowboard, rope, or almost any extra gear.



Weight: xs/sm- 3lb 3 oz (1.4 kg); md/lg- 3lb 6 oz (1.5 kg)

Capacity: xs/sm- 1600 cu. in. (26 L); md/lg- 1800 cu. in. (29L)

Sizes: xs/sm- 14-17.5" (35-44 cm); md/lg 18-21.5" (44-54cm)

Material: 640-denier HT, 210 Rip-Stop

Suspension: Auto-Cant Harness with an Exo-Frame backpanel

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cwoods17Durable but unorganized

Voted 3/5

This is a really durdable pack. It endures a lot of abuse every day at school, though I'd rather use it in the mountains, where it works great. I wish it had more internal organization, but everything is really accessable, which is nice. Unless you cinch down the compression straps tightly on the pack before you put it on, the load will settle on the bottom. The shoulder straps are really comfortable.
The strap connecting the two zippers snapped, but I tied some shoe laces there and like it better now.

Update: The shoulder straps have lost a lot of their cushyness and the waterproofing on the top zipper is coming off.
Posted Nov 23, 2005 10:20 pm

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