Gregory Savant 48 Pack
The Gregory Savant 48 Pack is perfect for hiking to the climbing crag or trekking. It is equipped with a minimally ventilated back panel and relatively thin hip belt. It provides a good balance of mobility and solidity, though slender testers wished for more lumbar definition to keep it from sliding off the hips. This pack swallows huge amounts of gear and offers significant external carry capacity as well. The unique, volume-adjustable semi roll top lid was a surprising highlight of this pack; add-ons like the included rain cover and removable external-carry straps boosted its versatility. The Gregory Savant 48 Pack will be a steady companion to help you on your way.
|Torso Length (in)||16-18||18-20||20-22|
|Capacity (cu in)||2685||2929||3173|
|Product Weight||3 lbs, 2 oz||3 lbs, 5 oz||3 lbs, 10 oz|
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I ordered the pack because it was marked down and I had had my eye on a Gregory pack for a while. I was debating between the Savant and one of the "z" series packs. I ordered the savant when I saw it on sale and in a small size. I wear a small in north face and osprey packs and a small\med in a couple other brands I've tried out. I have a 18-18.5" torso and have always gone with a small if I fall on the edge of the manufactures size ranges. For some reason this Gregory model, the Savant was way to small for me even though according to their site I should fit in a small. Its a great pack. I was really looking forward to using it. Good quality, good access, and good compression. The rain fly was a nice bonus. The "waterproof" zipper that folded up like a dry bag on the brain was kinda unnessisary IMO but everything else was cool. The hydration sleeve could have been thought out a little better as well but those suck in most packs except for a few like the opsprey exos. I broke me own rule of always trying packs and shoes on in the store in person before buying so I guess I deserve the 15$ it cost me to return it. Oh well.