Vaude Gallery Air 30+5


Vaude Gallery Air 30+5
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Vaude Gallery Air 30+5
Manufacturer Vaude
Page By FlatheadNative
Page Type Mar 17, 2008 / Jul 2, 2008
Object ID 5119
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Product Description


The Vaude Gallery Air 30+5 has a volume of 1,830 cu. inches and can expand out an additional 305 cu. inches by use of external zippers.

A light spring steel wire framework which is the core of the stretcher system. The stretcher system allows for custom fitting of both the size of the pack from small to large (although when adjusted to small is still did not fit my wife well) and the tension on the back of the pack with the Aeroflex ventilation system. Distance from the back can regulated and this increases ventilation.

The ability to utilize the upper and lower storage areas which can be closed or opened with a zippered flap is an added bonus while packing gear. The Gallery Air 30+5 also has a built in ORANGE rain fly stored at the bottom of the pack accessed through an outside zipper for use in incliment weather. The rain fly can also be used for emergencies to help rescuers locate victims.

The hydration ready pack includes a hole for the hydration tube. It also includes gear loops and 2 external pockets for additional water bottles or storing objects for easy access. A loop is provided on top of the pack for hauling as well. The shoulder straps are anatomically formed to fit and the pack also has a waist belt. An easily accessed outer zipped pocket allows for easy access storage of keys and frequently access items such as GPS or sunscreen.


1 floor compartment
2 upper compartments
2 outer mesh outer pockets (water bottles etc)
Velcro equipment straps
Nylon loops for caribiners
Sliding chest belt
Strap type hip belt
Side compression belts
Opening for drinking system
Zippered stowage bellows (to increase volume)
Built-in rain fly

Volume: 1830 + 305 cu. in. (30+5 L)
Measurement: 20.5 x 12.5 x 6.5 inches (52 x 32 x 17 cm)
Weight: 2 lb 10oz. (1200 g)
Fabric: 210 D Diamond Ripstop Polyamid PU coated
Available in black or Red (red with grey/black)


Vaude International Site



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FlatheadNative - Jun 2, 2008 11:18 pm - Voted 5/5

Used one year
a great pack that keeps my back cool and efficeintly distributes weight.

Climbing season 2009 Montana: The zipper to the outer pocket broke. I have used it heavily for 3 years and do not feel that this zipper breaking is unusual for the amount of wear and tear I have put it through.

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