Gregory Denali™ Pro 105 Backpack

Guide Pick™: Dave Hahn, JJ Justman

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$549.00

The Denali Pro offers more adjustment options than other packs with similar carrying capacities, ideal for expeditions and extended backpacking or ski touring. Easy-access stabilizer straps around your shoulders, hips and sternum allow you to fine tune your suspension. The Adjust-A-Cant waistbelt provides three different cant settings. The Flo-Form II shoulder harness is contoured and sculpted to wrap comfortably over your shoulders and around your chest. The Flo-Form II Waistbelt features sculpted tri-density foam padding that hugs your hips without pinching or binding.

Specs Sizing Reviews
  • Auto-Cant™ harness system
  • Adjust-A-Cant™ waistbelt
  • Tri-density Flo-Form® II waistbelt
  • Flo-Form® II shoulder harness
  • Flo-Form® II backpanel
  • FOAM-X Flex framesheet
  • Twin 7075-T6 aluminum stays
  • Front pocket provides additional storage and pack access
  • Top pocket converts to a fanny pack
  • Side mesh pockets with ski tail pass-throughs
  • Vinyl reinforced gear loops
  • Full compression system
  • Dyneema and 500d Cordura™ nylon fabrics
  • Made in the USA

 

Size Volume Weight Torso Length
Small 6100 cu. in. / 100L 7lb 8 oz 16-18"
Medium 6450 cu. in. / 106L 7lb 12oz 18-20"
Large 7000 cu. in. / 115L 8lb 0oz 20-22"

Pack Frame Size
Your correct frame size is found by measuring your torso from the seventh vertebra (the big bump where the shoulder slope meets the neck) down the spine to the point in the small of your back which is horizontally level with the top of your hip bones (iliac crest). To find the iliac crest, use your fingers to trace the hip bone upwards until you can feel the point where the top edge of your hip bones curve inwards, on the side of your hip, creating something of a shelf. Holding your finger on the seventh vertebra, measure down your back to the point in the small of your back level with your iliac crest. The measurement is most easily obtained using a string or a cloth tape and help from a friend. This is your torso length, and using it, you can now select the correct frame size.

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Reviews for the Gregory Denali™ Pro 105 Backpack

5 out of 5 stars based on 5 reviews.

On 2012-05-04, Casey Dickinson wrote

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This is a great pack. It is very large, would be good for long treks. There is plenty of room for storage and pretty much anything you need to bring with you. Also has a very good fit.

On 2012-02-09, Tim wrote

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Purchased this pack for a week of winter mountaineering in New England. I was very surprised how the pack rode when full. 50-60 pounds in this pack felt like 30 lbs with a smaller pack. I was amazed how well the weight was distributed over my entire torso. No complaints about this pack at all. Well worth the money for purchase.

On 2010-03-11, RICK HITCH wrote

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I have used this pack on McKinley and Aconcagua. It is slightly heavier than other packs (as everybody will point out), But carries heavy weight better than any pack I have used. It also was fine on summit days with a light load. Rick

On 2009-12-27, ANONYMOUS wrote

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Took this pack to Antarctica for a few weeks. 105 L is large, but was just big enough at times for heavy parka, sleeping bag, food, gear, etc. It is rugged, but definitely heavy even for such a large pack. Some less than necessary features like turning the brain into a hip pack. The large fit my 6'3" torso fine when properly adjusted.

On 2009-04-21, DAVE wrote

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Used on a winter trip to Rainier, winter trip to Whitney and May trip to Denali. This is one big, heavy duty bag. I'd like a smaller one for summer climbs on Rainier, but this monster can carry a load and take a beating.

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