Gregory Sage 35 Pack

Priced: $178.95 - $179.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
Gregory Sage 35 Pack
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Gregory Sage 35 Pack for Women Features.

Gregory Sage 35 Pack for Women.
The Gregory Sage 35 Pack for Women offers the perfect blend of volume, comfort and organizational features for a long day on the trail. The pack is constructed of Ripstop nylon/polyester using 3 mm gauge wire for the wishbone internal frame suspension, 7 mm. EVA foam for the waistbelt, and 10 mm EVA foam for the harness. This pack is built specifically for the female anatomy and uses the Intuition 3D Suspension system. The pack includes a water-resistant roll top style top pocket with a waterproof zipper and an internal security pocket. The Gregory Sage 35 Pack for Women may be smaller in size but it's definitely not smaller on features. Perfect for those quick hits on the trail or a day at the park.

Key Features.


  • Breathable, molded foam back panel, shoulder straps and hipbelt offer stable comfort, and are shaped specifically for female anatomy


  • 3 mm gauge wire used for the wishbone internal frame suspension
  • Suspension features a sturdy wishbone wire-hoop frame offers effective load transfer to your hips


  • Main compartment can be accessed via the top lid and through a zipper in the front panel
  • Large panel zipper access to main pack body
  • Zippered side stash pocket offers quick access to small items


  • Top lid sports a roll-top style pocket that offers great water resistance and an internal security pocket


  • Woman specific fit


  • Breathable, molded foam backpanel, harnesses and waistbelt


  • Externally accessible hydration compartment holds a reservoir of your choice (reservoir sold separately)


  • Intuition 3D Suspension


  • Dual attachment points let you strap ice axes or other tools to the outside of the pack body
  • Side and bottom compression straps minimize bulkiness and help stabilize your load


  • The Gregory Sage 35 pack features an integrated, color-matched raincover
  • Weight with packaging
  • 10 mm EVA foam for harness

The Sage 35 may be smaller in size but it's definitely not smaller on features. Perfect for those quick hits on the trail or a day at the park.

, harnesses and waistbelt.

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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Adjustable torso:No
Dimensions:1.36 kilograms
Fits torso:No
Fits waist/hips:31 liters
Frame material:39 liters
Frame type:Hiking
Gear capacity (L):Internal
Gear capacity (cu. in.):Internal
Material:35 liters
Medium:3.25 lbs.
Number of exterior pockets:3 lbs.
Number of stays:1,892 cubic inches
Pack access:2 lbs. 14 oz.
Pack loading:2,380 cubic inches
Raincover included:1.3 kilograms
Sleeping bag compartment:3 lbs. 2 oz.
Small:3.1 lbs.
Suspended mesh back panel:2,136 cubic inches
Volume:2380 cubic inches / 39 liter
Weight:3 lbs 2 oz / 1.4 kg
Weight - metric:No
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Gregory Sage 35 Pack Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Finally a pack that fits ME!

I am 5' 1", 110 lbs with compact torso, narrow waist and muscular shoulders, the small size fits me perfect.

I REALLY had a hard time finding a pack that met my long list of needs AND fit me. Most packs just felt awkward and didn't work with my smaller frame. If it did fit my torso/waist, then the straps rubbed my neck or the pack size wasn't right. I put the sage 35 on and suddenly everything clicked in place.

I was looking for a daypack that I could use on longer hikes and carry my SLR, possibly on overnighters where my husband carries tent/stove, but also something I could use in travel to put my SLR, lenses, and 15" macbook. I also have a long history of shoulder and neck pain, so I needed something that did a good job of transferring weight to my hips.

The other reviewer mentioned problems with the interior bladder holder, not sure if that was an older model or what, but mine has a clip on each side and a center loop for hanging various bladders all from the top. There is an opening on both sides to feed the tube and a loop to secure your nozzle on each shoulder strap so it stays tucked away.

I have used the pack on a plane with my laptop and all my SLR gear (in their own cases) and it worked great. Fits under the seat as long as you don't pack it too tall (keep in mind I have short legs). Its not great for getting the items out while you are on the plane, but really I just like to use a pack for comfort in the terminal and to keep on my breakables with my while I travel.

The hip belt pockets are great, I keep things like chapstick and a snack in one and my camera in the other. The hidden pocket I have kept my phone and passports in for travel. The rain cover is super easy to use, seconds to put on or put away.

The reasons I do not give 5 stars on this one would be the center outermost pocket needs a better closure system (loose small items can just fall out if you tip the pack on its side), and the two water bottle holders could use some design work. They aren't big enough really to hold nalgene bottles (or at least one isn't), and for my short arms, I cannot remove most water bottles out of them unless I actually remove the pack. So I end up asking my hiking partners to constantly hand me a water bottle AND to put it back.

Otherwise, this pack has worked great (and I am glad I ordered the blue one online, looks much better then the maroon they stocked in the store).
emeadow at REI on 07/07/2012

The angels sang

First, to respond to the previous review, the roll top pocket has a wide opening if you loosen the side straps, and my backpack has two clips inside the hydration pocket to hang a bladder from. I must have tried on 25 backpacks before this one, and when I put it on (loaded up), the angels sang! For some reason, backpacks with the mesh back ventilation (like Osprey's system) aren't comfortable for me. This pack doesn't have much back ventilation, but it more than makes up for it with comfort. The shoulder straps don't rub my neck nor do the shoulder strap adjusters chafe the underside of my upper arms. The hip belt fits me perfectly and the hip belt pockets are big enough to hold a cell phone/camera. Another great thing is the dimensions of this pack fit the carry-on size requirements of the cheap European airlines! There are only two features that seem useless to me. One is the side panel loading zipper: it is very small and really doesn't add panel loading convenience so the weight it adds is wasted. I also haven't ever used the little "hidden" zipped pocket on the side of the pack. I never carry much weight, so I can only speak to this pack's comfort up to about 15#, but at that weight I can get almost complete weight transfer to my hips which means no sore shoulders even after 10+ miles on the trail. If it fits you, it is wonderful.
Picata at REI on 07/07/2012

Fits when not others will.

I got this bag for my wife for a trip down to Havasupai. In order to pick out the right bag for my wife, we first went to the REI store to try on packs. My wife tried on every pack in every size less than 50L. None of the bags she tried on felt good until she tried the Gregory Sage. This bag felt good in the store, and she commented on the trail about how comfortable the bag was. The REI sales rep told us that usually if the Sage feels good, none of the other bags will feel good.

This bag had more than enough room for her gear. The store only sold the Rosewood Red, so we ordered the Tule Blue via
Mr Gadget at REI on 09/09/2013

Finally a comfortable weekender backpack

I bought this pack for my wife as a replacement for the Deuter ACTlite 45+10 women's pack. She just couldn't get comfortable in the Deuter and this Gregory pack made it all better! Comfort factor for her is perfect, the included rain cover is a cool accessory, though hasn't been tested yet as we're in the desert most of the time. It has plenty of space for a weekend backpacking trip and it is easy to load and find stuff once on the trail. The hip belt pockets are key as well.
Kowitz at REI on 06/06/2013

Perfect fit adjustment

Comfortable, highly adjustable for any build. Breathable. The hip pockets are a fantastic advantage. I have absolutely no complaints about this pack. I even managed to fit my tent in the mesh side pockets on a weeklong AT trip and the buckle straps on the side held it securely.
arakal23 at REI on 11/11/2013

Negative Reviews:

Unique features don't work

The "unique" roll top lid creates a very tight opening, making it diffucult to get anything into the roomy top pocket. The zippered side stash pocket is deep, but also has a small, tight opening. The side mesh pockets are two different sizes. One side will easily accomodate a nalgene bottle, on the other side it will barely fit. I thought I would like the external hydration access, but it end up that it's nothing more than an overly large pocket, which allows the bladder to flop around. It doesn't have any place to hang the bladder, nor any place to secure the hose. When I loaded it up and put it on, it felt bottom heavy and sloppy.
AstrosMom at REI on 05/05/2012