In 1977 Wayne Gregory founded Gregory Mountain Products in San Diego, California. From the start, Wayne wasn't just meticulous about designing packs that improved upon fit and used the best materials available, he also wanted to know how his designs worked in the field and what he could do better, a heritage of accessibility he has continued to present. Ultimately, Wayne realized that in the backpack business fit was king, and he pioneered many firsts. From the earliest days, Gregory packs were noted for their innovative design, ergonomic and comfortable fit, and obsession with quality, comfort and durability that continues to this today.

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For those of you that leave a bag in the lodge when you go skiing, maybe the Compass 40 is the right one for you?
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For Spring 2015, Gregory will reintroduce its pinnacle backpacking products, the Baltoro and Deva. The brand will also debut the Stout and Amber packs, upgrade its successful trail running line, and bring the retro Sunbird line to the North American market.


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