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About Gregory Muir 24 Pack

Built to take a beating, the bottom panel of the Muir is made from 1680 D ballistic fabric, a bomber material that won't quit, no matter where you or your pack lands

Gregory Muir 24 Pack Features

  • 3D foam harness for all day comfort
  • Flexible, molded 3D foam backpanel
  • Hydration port and sleeve
  • Front zippered pocket
  • Offset zipper allows for wide panel opening to main compartment
  • Interior mesh organizer with key clip
  • Second padded compartment with pockets insulates hydration reservoir or can fit most laptops
  • Crossover front compression
  • Adjustable ice axe/trekking pole loops
  • Waistbelt with elastic loop to tuck away when not in use
  • Side mesh pocket
  • 420 D fabric and a wear-resistant 1680 D ballistic bottom panel

Gregory Muir 24 Pack Specifications

Pack Style
Daypack
Capacity
1464 cu in / 24 L
Torso Fit Range
16" - 22"
Weight
2 lb 1 oz / 0.930 kg
Available in the Following Colors:
Basalt, Cinnabar Red, Obsidian Black

Muir 24 Pack Customer Reviews

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5.0

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5.0

I've got everything I expected

By Nikita

from Kharkov, Ukraine

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Large Capacity
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Day Hikes
    • Extended Hikes
    • Light Loads
    • School
    • Travel

    Comments about Gregory Muir 24 Pack:

    I use it everyday. Everything is great but I still don't know what about it under the rain. I'm afraid that heavy things'll brake it.

    • What Is Your Gear Style:
    • Comfort Driven
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    5.0

    Gregory does it again!

    By John D

    from Salt Lake City

    About Me Avid Adventurer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easy To Load
    • Good Suspension
    • Highly Adjustable
    • Large Capacity
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Day Hikes
      • Light Loads
      • School
      • Travel
      • Wet Weather

      Comments about Gregory Muir 24 Pack:

      This is the best all-around day pack I have ever owned. No more neck or shoulder pain. Great for a carry-on, meetings, lugging the computer around, day hikes, on and on. Plus it is made by Gregory, this will be the LAST day pack I should ever buy. Very versatile!

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      • Comfort Driven

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      michael f  hi, im looking for a way to store my snowboarding helmet on flights. the zippered compartment on the back with the orange stripe running down its length looks like it has straps that attach it to the main part of the pack and that these straps could be let out to maybe shove the helmet in btwn the two? thanks, michael
      JOSEPH C  Hi Michael- Sorry for the delay in responding. I believe I understand your question. The zippered compartment is sewn to the rest of the pack, there is no gap between it and the main part of the pack. The straps that you see can be taken in or let out but only to help keep things from bouncing around inside the pockets. This is a really solidly built pack, I have used it daily for a year, no wear issues. It does not have as much practical room inside as I thought it would. My old pack (similar advertised size from Lowe Alpine) seemed to have more usable space for XC ski boots, stuff like that. IMO the only way you'd be able to store a snowboard helmet connected to the Gregory Muir 24 pack is to strap it to the outside. There are 4 loops that could be used. I have done that with my bike helmet numerous times.
      michael f  thank you joseph for taking the time to give such a thoughtful response. looks like im going to have to pass on this pack as ive seen others that do have what is basically a flap on the back that can be cinched up in order to trap an item such as a helmet. thanks again, michael
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