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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Why did we purchase Alaska in 1867? Because the National Park Service knew it would be home to perfect powder lines, of course. This shot comes to us from Gregory Mountain Products ambassador and owner of Utah Mountain Adventures Tyson Bradley of his trip to Valdez, AK earlier this month.
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Think climbing has changed from the dirtbag sport it used to be? Gregory Mountain Products ambassador Chris Warner from Earth Treks Climbing Centers and Survivor Summit has seen the change. Read about this, and his travels around the world at
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#alaskaisok Update: Jason and I woke up this morning pretty early and left Anchorage via the Go Purple Shuttle service. A quick stop at the grocery store and coffee stand (complimentary coffee and cookie) got us into Talkeetna before noon. We checked in with the Talkeetna Air Taxi and started the repack for our transition onto the glacier. They've got a pretty great setup here for climbers as they prepare to live within Denali National Park away from urban amenities. After figuring out our kits we weighed our total gear and food amounts (we have 364 lbs between both of us). We're each allotted 125 lbs. We split the difference at a rate of a dollar per pound over. We changed into appropriate clothing and footwear for glacier life and now we're on standby waiting for a flight in the next hour to hour and a half. We've been temporarily dropped at Twister Creek in town to enjoy a Denali Brewing Co's craft beer while waiting for the plane. Next stop......The Ruth Gorge. Tomorrow we're planning on heading up the West Ridge of Mooses Tooth. We'll be sending updates using our inReach Delorme. Think good weather! SnoCru / Zeal Optics / Goal Zero / CAMP USA / Gregory Mountain Products / LEKI USA - Trekking, Skiing, Nordic Walking / Pret Helmets / G3 Genuine Guide Gear / Patagonia
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Want to do something cool to support the Pacific Crest Trail Association and meet the crew from Gregory Mountain Products? Meet up with us at the 8th Annual Pacific Crest Trail Days this Sept 5-7. We will be giving away free packs, fitting folks, and showing off the all new line of packs from Gregory.
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Gregory Mountain Products, the industry leader in backpacks and adventure travel gear, has completely redesigned its renowned Denali pack and will reintroduce it for Fall 2014 in all-new 100 and 75 liter volumes. By utilizing the best time-tested technologies for the harsh alpine environment, Gregory
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