Gregory Alpinisto


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Gregory Alpinisto
Manufacturer Gregory
Page By bacrossman
Page Type Mar 12, 2007 / Mar 12, 2007
Object ID 2811
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Product Description

Gregory's Alpinisto is a well designed pack for alpine climbers and skiers. The Alpinisto has a great combination of external storage for crampons, ice axes, rope, and skis. It is large enough for overnight trips and lightweight summit attempts. It has an average weight of 4Lbs 11oz (2.1 Kg); remove the waistbelt padding, bivy pad, framesheet and stay and an additional pound can be shaved off the pack.


  • Top access

  • Bottom, side, and top compression

  • Contoured top pocket for helmet clearance

  • Hydration sleeve and port

  • 630 d and 210 d HT body fabrics

  • Removable hydration sleeve

  • Cross-over Compression

  • Gear Loops on waste belt

  • Crampon Patch

  • Storage for 2 ice axes

  • Gregory Wraptor Stabilizer System


Small: 2700 cubic inches/ 44 Liters 4 LBS. 8 OZ. / 2.0 KG
Medium: 2900 cubic inches/ 48 Liters 4 LBS. 11 OZ. / 2.1 KG
Large: 3100 cubic inches/ 51 Liters 4LBS. 14 OZ. / 2.2 KG

Pros and Cons, My Expeience

Crampon Patch, Ice axe storage, Durability, bivy pad, very customizable, Hydration compatible

No water bottle pocket, top loading only, pack does not sit well with heavy loads (In its defense, it was not designed for heavy loads).

My Experience:
After 1 full year of use, the pack has held up well and been put through a lot. It does well with loads up to 40 pounds. I have carried 50, but it gets uncomfortable on longer trips. The easy access for tools and crampons makes it a great alpine climbing pack. The waste belts gear loops are also a nice feature for quick operation in those tricky situations. I have found this pack to be a great combination for "weekend warrior" alpine climbing. It has a nice tight fit, and good suspension for the occasional jog to beat the weather on the way out.


Gregory Alpinisto (Manufacturer Website)


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spotly - Nov 12, 2008 6:58 pm - Voted 5/5

Three Years
I've had mine for three years and it's just now starting to show wear on the bottom. It's been a very durable pack for alpine rock routes but it is a little on the heavy side. I usually cut the weight down slightly by removing the top pouch. Handles a heavy load well and has a comfortable waist belt and shoulder straps.

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