At home anywhere your own two feet can take you, the Gregory Stout 65 hits the mark for capacity and profile-just big enough for a week's worth of lightweight camping gear, but not so big that it creates issues when you're hopping on a train to the hostel in the next town. Updated TrailFlex suspension lets you customize the ventilated backpanel for a perfect fit, and a new front mesh pocket stows a jacket or a street map for unexpected itinerary changes.
The Gregory Stout 65 is a trekking backpack with a lot of capacity, which is also great for backpackers. Thanks to its stable carrying system, you can set off with the Stout 65 trouble-free day after day. The capacity of the Stout 65 is well suited for all trekkings, even if the amount of material is considerable, such as a tent and full camping equipment, or if you have to bring a lot of food on the road.
The Stout 65 is also a very good choice for backpacking holidays where you always want to wear your things comfortably on your back. The comfortable carrying system of the Gregory Stout 65 makes it a wonderfully spacious backpack that also proves its added value on backpacking holidays. The carrying system of the Gregory Stout 65 is intended for an average to heavier carrying load of up to approximately 19 kilos.