Gregory Freia 38 Pack

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Gregory Freia 38 Pack
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Spacious enough for an epic day hike or a superlight overnighter, the light, lean Gregory Women's Freia 38 Backpack can pack it in. A women-specific back panel and harness system efficiently and properly distributes the load for enjoyable gear-toting up gnarly peaks or on long, leisurely explorations. Tons of breathability, ventilation, and pockets work together to give you optimal comfort and convenient access. You wouldn't mind this kind of companion every day.


  • Spindrift collar with drawcord closure


  • Comfort zone for weight capacity goes up to 25lbs of gear and goodies


  • Zip internal and external lid pockets


  • Two large side, dual front stretch bucket, and shoulder-strap stash pockets secure essentials where you want them
  • Top pocket with internal security compartment

Lining and Layers:

  • Reversed top-loading main access for clean lines and easy use


  • Women-specific fit with narrower back panel


  • Light, tough, and durable 210 Dynajin and 420 nylon protect your cargo


  • Breathable split channel padded shoulder straps with elastic hydration tube retainer and quick-access pockets


  • Lightweight, durable Kinetic FTS suspension system features active, breathable, contoured foam suspension that eliminates need for stays
  • Breathable mesh backpanel with center channel vents
  • Anatomical women-specific backpanel with center channel ventilation helps keep you cool, dry, and comfortable
  • Kinetic FTS (Flexible Transfer System) breathable suspension features anatomical back panel with center channel ventilation
  • Breathable, split-channel, flexible women-specific harness, shoulder straps, and waistbelt allow unhindered mobility and stability


  • Cross-elastic hydration tube retainer conveniently positions source for easy access
  • Hydration pocket (bladder not included) with dual exit ports


  • Made in Philippines


  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Side compression straps with reflective trim
  • Side compression straps keep your load lean and stable


  • Cannot ship to South Korea.
  • Dual tool, axe, or other tool attachment points secure item
  • Reversed top-loading access to main compartment lets you get into main compartment without completely removing pack
  • Dual ice axe/trekking pole attachment points
  • Aluminum strut above the harness activates load lifters for proper load distribution and transfer
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With plenty of storage space and a lightweight design, the Gregory Freia 38 backpack serves double duty as a technical daypack or minimalist overnighter, with a Kinetic FTS suspension so you don't sacrifice support.

FEATURES of the Gregory Women's Freia 38 Pack.


The Freia 38 is built specifically for females and is perfect for minimalist thru-hikers or anyone looking to shave weight, without sacrificing comfort or functionality.

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Dimensions (HxWxD):24x11x8"
Fits torsos:20-22"
Torso size:(extra small) 14-16in, (small) 16-18in, (medium) 18-20in
Volume:2441 cubic inches / 40 liter
Weight:2 lbs 6 oz / 1.1 kg
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Gregory Freia 38 Pack Review:


I have a few packs that I like to rotate through and this one is my least favorite. The lack of a frame with such a big pack means that you have to be really careful how you pack it. I also don't like how the top of the pack opens backwards from most other packs because it means that if you are digging in the main pocket you have to close it to access the front pockets.I'm definitely going to keep using it, and it is nice, I just like Ospreys so much better.

Kate P at on 08/05/2013