Gregory Dipsea 6 Pack

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Gregory Dipsea 6 Pack
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Color: Hibiscus Pink
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Gregory Dipsea 6 Pack -

An ultralight pack for short trips, the Gregory Dipsea 6 Pack is built with a women-specific fit.

Imported.

Hipbelt:

  • 2 side mesh pockets; 2 zippered hipbelt pockets; hydration compatible

Weather and Wind:

  • Front compression bungee system allows you to keep pack compressed and snug against back; bungee doubles as a place to stow a rain jacket or other clothing

Comfort:

  • Aero mesh back panel for comfort and moisture management

Pockets:

  • Deep front mesh pocket is easily accessed for gear you need in a hurry
  • Expandable front stretch mesh pocket with compression and overflow bungee

Fit:

  • BioSync™ shoulder and waistbelt suspension stretch into an ideal fit, complementing your body's natural motions
  • Women's-specific sizing and design ensures a comfortable, secure fit

Ventilation:

  • Mesh surfaces along back panel, shoulder straps and hipbelt provide ventilation and wick away moisture

Hydration:

  • Hydration port and sleeve with tube management system on harness

Webbing:

  • Webbing loop lets you secure a bike light or reflector

Straps:

  • BioSync ATS suspension system uses flexible 'tendons' between the pack and shoulder/waist straps to allow natural, balanced movement

Features:

  • Interior mesh organizer and key clip hold small essentials
  • Closeout
Backcountry.com
With room for a multi-tool, energy bars, and a packable rain shell, the Gregory Dipsea 6 keeps you prepared for anything during your hike, run, or ride without the hassle or bulk of a full-size day pack.

Zappos.com
The ultralight Dipsea hydration pack is ideal for any outdoors adventure.
Front stretch mesh pocket with compression and overflow bungee cords.
• A set of flexible tendons that attach the shoulder harness and waistbelt to the pack body allowing the pack and suspension to move with the body while in motion.
• Quick access internal compression system that allows you to draw in the pack closer to your body so it minimizes pack bounce.
• Full backpanel zippered access to load and fill reservoir.
• Moisture-wicking harnesses and waistbelt ensure you stay dry.
Dual waistbelt pockets for quick stashing.
Hydration port and sleeve with tube management system on the harness.
Fits up to 2 L. reservoir.
Adjustable sternum straps and side mesh pockets for easy storage.
Interior mesh organizer and key clip.
Webbing loop for securing bicycle light or reflector for night trailing.
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Activity:Hiking
Adjustable torso:No
Bottom Width:7 in
Depth:2 in
Dimensions:14.5 x 7.25 x 4.5 inches
Fits torso:14 - 20 inches
Fits waist/hips:20 - 32 inches
Frame type:Frameless
Gear capacity (L):5.5 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):320 cubic inches
Handle Drop:1 in
Handle Length:3 in
Height:15 in
Material:Coated nylon
Number of exterior pockets:3 + main compartment
Pack access:Panel/front
Pack loading:Panel
Raincover included:No
Sleeping bag compartment:No
Strap Drop:13 in
Strap Length:30 1⁄2 in
Suspended mesh back panel:No
Torso Length:14" - 20".
Ultralight:No
Volume:5.5 L.
Weight:15 ounces
Weight - metric:0.45 kilograms
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Gregory Dipsea 6 Pack Reviews:

Reviews:

I purchased this to use on short bike rides and day hikes because it's tiny. I have only used it a few times and it held up quite well. The "flexible tendons" were nice because I was moving around a lot and the straps didn't cut into my chest. I used the 2L hydration bag with it (CamelBak,) which fit alright but the tube did flop around a bit and I would recommend finding a better way to hold it down. I liked the teal color and my rain jacket fit right in the front bungee organizer. The only strange thing were the side pockets on the waist belt part. After a while I was irritated that my arms kept rubbing up against them, but it wasn't anything terrible. I hope this pack holds up for a long time. It also rinsed out easy and dried nice on a clothesline.

Rachel Z at Backcountry.com on 06/06/2013

I recently bought this pack for short day excursions where I wanted my hands free. It has replaced a messenger bag or a larger backpack and is much more convenient. It holds my 2L bladder just barely - but that does limit the storage space.
I find the outside stuff pocket and chords to be its best quality and easy to reach with the pack still on.
I have not tested this on a day hike yet, but I can see myself using it for a light snack and the hydration pack no problem.
Cons: not big enough to hold a light jacket for cooler morning starts, the waist strap pockets are an odd shape. My iPhone and it's case did just barely fit, but was difficult to get out quickly. Fit my small point and shoot camera (out of its case) just fine.

A Conway at Backcountry.com on 10/13/2013