Praxus 65L Backpack
The Gregory 65L Backpack is designed to easily support you for a week off the grid or on lengthy backpacking trips through Europe. A full-surround Gear Guard and a padded laptop sleeve keep all your sensitive equipment safe while the ActiveShield compartment keeps all your wet and dirty gear separate from your clean clothes so you don't have to wash everything unnecessarily. A separate shoe compartment also helps to keep your clothes clean while allowing convenient access to your running, hiking, or going-out footwear.
Carrying all your gear isn't uncomfortable with the Praxus. Its padded and structured back panel stays comfortable over long distances and across uneven terrain while the adjustable torso and Cargo Control hip belt deliver true load support and an exact fit for ultimate comfort when you've loaded up the pack with all your gear. This hip belt can also be conveniently removed when you're checking the bag before your flight. Additionally, the shoulder straps can also be stowed so you can eliminate the risk of the straps getting torn or damaged when being handled during your multiple layovers.
- Travel backpack to transport your gear to and from your adventure
- 65L accommodates gear for lengthy travels or trips off the grid
- Full-surround Gear Guard foam protects contents during transport
- ActiveShield compartment separates dirty clothes from the clean
- Internal office organization allows you to bring along essentials
- Flipguard compression panels cover zippers and gear for security
- Lockable zippers and concealed openings enhance security in crowds
- Bag is easy to check with removable hip belt and stowable harness
14 - 16in
(35 - 39cm)
16 - 18in
(40 - 44cm)
18 - 20in
(45 - 49cm)
20 - 22in
(50 - 54cm)
- How to Measure Your Torso:
- Using a flexible tape measure or Gregory Fit-O-Matic, measure the length of your torso from the C7 vertebra (at the base of your neck) to the spot on the spine level with the top of the bony hip structure called the iliac crest. Do it two or three times to get an accurate measurement. If you are between frame sizes, always go with the smaller size.