Test: Gregory Baltoro 65
A backpack able to handle heavy loads very well
Year after year, update after update, Baltoro 65 is reconfirmed in the top list of models intended for long treks, where it is necessary to manage loads that can exceed 20kg. It does this thanks to a support structure that combines alloy steel, fiberglass and high-density polyethylene. One of the most interesting features is the dynamic comfort guaranteed by the FreeFloat system which allows the waist belt and shoulder straps to adapt and conform perfectly to the shape of the body, rotating and flexing automatically to accommodate the natural movements when walking and maximizing the distribution of the load. An even more evident advantage in the most bumpy passages. Baltoro is also distinguished by the excellent design of its spaces, a practical front access zipper and a multitude of pockets, all of them well organized. These include the large pockets on the lumbar belt, big enough to hold a book, and the practical water bottle pocket facing the front and stowable when needed. Although the entire suspension system makes it look like a rather heavy backpack, it is precisely this that makes it a “real beast” when transport becomes demanding. It offers all the features and solutions that travelers want, plus some extras. It’s hard to find a better stocked backpack than this.
We Like: The large “U” zip that allows easy access to the main compartment
Uso: Hiking – Trekking
Tessuto: Nylon riciclato con PFC-free DWT + Nylon riciclato con PFC-free DWR
Price: € 320,00