The Gregory Fury 40 is perfect for minimalist thru-hikers or anyone looking to shave weight but not lose a comfortable carry with functionality.
|Backpack Features:||Ultralight, Top Loader|
|Backpack Style:||Multi-Day Pack|
|Capacity:||2319 cu in / 38 L (Small); 2441 cu in / 40 L (Med); 2563 cu in / 42 L (Large)|
|Catalog Number: :||CT38-231331|
|Dimensions: :||25.98" x 15.75" x 2.36"|
|Hydration Bladder Included:||Not Included|
|Internal Capacity: :||2,000 to 2,999 cu. in. (2319 cubic inches)|
|Linear Inches: :||44.0945"|
|Material:||Durable and lightweight 210 Dynajin and 420 nylon materials|
|Max Load Capacity:||25 lb / 12 kg|
|Pack Size:||2000-2999 cu in|
|Size:||S / M / L|
|Volume:||2563 cubic inches / 42 liter|
|Warranty: :||Lifetime guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship|
|Weight:||2 lb 2 oz / 960 g (Small); 2 lb 4 oz / 1.0 kg (Med); 2 lb 6 oz / 1.1 kg (Large)|
|Gregory Fury 40 Medium||$149.00|
|Gregory Fury 40 Large||$149.00|
First pulled it out of the box and thought this thing is flimsy, I am used to the Gregory McKinley, which is a huge pack. I, as I am want to do, over packed, but the Fury 40 held it all and even though I was at least 7 to 10 lbs over the "rating" for the pack it felt as if it was part of my body. Surprisingly it breathed very well and my back was not a soaking mess after 10 miles in the Bridger Wilderness. I think it will be my new main pack even for 5+ day trip, since I am trying to become a minimalist - light as can be. Overall I would recommend this pack to anyone. Ofcourse, it is a Gregory so enough said.
David in Idaho.
Bought it and tried it around the house. It is definitely light weight. I'd say too light weight to hold anything at all. I put some stuff in it just to get a feel for some weight in it, and every thing sags and you can feel every little bump of whats in there against your back. Not worth the money
I returned the bag without using because it lacks padding to other bags I have tried on. Good fit for a 6'00" 190lb male, yet didnt want to risk comfort to the area of the bag which holds all the weight.