Zulu 65L Backpack
As the largest do-it-all pack in the Gregory line, the Zulu 65L Backpack will take you on week long backpacking trips or weekend long winter camping trips without skipping a bear. The Crossflo suspension and padded hip and shoulder belts situate even the heaviest loads comfortably on your back to keep you moving easily while simultaneously wicking moisture and encouraging airflow. When you need to grab something from your pack a quick bottom zipper helps you grab your sleeping bag while the front U shaped access lets you grab specific items without ruining all of your organization. To make sure you can keep your mind on the task at hand this pack also features an integrated rain cover, hideaway gear loops, and a multitude of pockets.
- All-condition pack for long weekends spent in the backcountry
- CrossFlo suspension keeps you cool by wicking moisture
- Front U-zip keeps you organized while you pack and unpack
- Hip and shoulder straps add stability when fully packed
- Front bucket pocket lets you quickly stash excess layers
- Integrated rain cover keeps your gear dry in surprise weather
- Hideaway trekking pole and ice axe loops provide versatility
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I like this pack a lot. I have taken it out for a few practice hikes loading it up with about 25lbs of gear and doing local Co Springs trails. Only complaint is the pockets on the hip strap are pretty small. Other than that this pack is pretty excellent.
Love This Pack
Got this pack for a 4 day hike in the GC. It was at 45% discount - probably an older model and I loved it right out of the box. Fast shipping helped too. Material felt durable. Loved all the storage and versatility. Loaded it up with all my gear and took it on a shakedown hike. The stitching in the main buckle for the hydration system came loose after the test. And I got a small pin hole in the mesh side pocket. Was able to get an RMA from Gregory but would be responsible for shipping. I needed the pack for the GC so I waited to return it. Day one on the hike I noticed another tear in the same mesh pocket. Just kinda bummed these pockets aren't more durable especially the outside pockets that are likely to make contact with all kinds of terrain. Pack is currently being repaired but I will eat any cost on whatever the 3rd party repairer deems outside of the warranty. 3 stars.
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.