Robson Pro


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Robson Pro
Manufacturer Gregory
Page By GuitarWIzard
Page Type Apr 28, 2002 / Apr 28, 2002
Object ID 241
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Large, expedition-worthy pack is designed with a narrow profile for excellent mobility when skiing, hiking or climbing

Top-loading design features a front shovel pocket and a floating top lid for easy access

Sleeping bag compartment features a separate zippered entry plus a removable divider

Soft, thermo-formed foam back panel with cushion inserts and molded air channels offers breathable comfort on and off the trail

Lightweight HDPE framesheet with cutouts combines with dual aluminum stays to provide an optimal blend of stiffness and torsional flex

Foam-padded, contoured shoulder straps with Auto-Cant(TM) design fit a wide range of shoulders and adjust automatically to varying trail conditions

Dual-density foam-padded waistbelt is pre-curved to hug the hips and provide greater comfort and load-carrying control

Top-lid converts to a waist pack for quick hikes away from camp

Two large mesh side pockets let you keep essentials close at hand

Includes vinyl-reinforced ski slots, dual ice axe/tool loops and a daisy chain for carrying extra gear

Made of durable Cordura(R) nylon with Spectra(R)-reinforced nylon reinforcements for strength and abrasion-resistance

Waterproof Shelter-Rite(TM) material covers the bottom of the pack to provide long-lasting wear and protection from the elements

Top and side compression straps plus quick-release sleeping pad straps help stabilize and control the load

Mesh sleeve holds a water bladder (sold separately) for hands-free hydration on the trail

Specifications based on size M and L. Made in USA.


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Viator - Oct 3, 2003 12:06 am - Voted 5/5

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I've been carrying the pre "Pro" Robson for years, the ones with the carbon fiber stays. I have to say, I love it. We all know that backpack choice is supremely personal, but this pack fits me like it was built for me. Construction is super tough, I've never had a problem with it. It's extremely stable, and I've carried upwards of 65 lbs in relative comfort. If you try this pack, and find it fits you well, don't hesitate to purchase it.

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