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Gregory Women's Juno 24 H2O 24 Liter (3 Liter) Hydration Pack

The Juno 24 H2O is big enough to stash your gear for full-day trail loops and its ventilated VaporSpan backpanel means you'll keep cool when others overheat. An integrated 3D Hydro Reservoir provides critical hydration in a dedicated zippered sleeve.

  • 3D Hydro quick-drying, soft molded reservoir with integrated handle and drying hanger
  • Dedicated 3/4 zippered hydration sleeve; SpeedClip hydration hanger for one-handed, snap-and-go connection
  • Breathable ActiveFlex shoulder harness with magnetic sternum buckle and hose clip for Drylock bite valve
  • VaporSpan ventilated suspension with moisture-wicking mesh and perimeter alloy frame
  • Women's-specific 3D cradle padded hipbelt with large zippered pockets
  • Sunglass QuickStow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades
  • Top zippered pocket with padded, soft touch liner to protect valuable items
  • Interior zippered mesh security pocket with key clip
  • Front stretch and dual side mesh pockets for quick storage
  • Trekking pole / tool attachment point with bungee closure system
  • Custom comfort-grip molded zipper pulls
  • Color: Laguna Blue
  • Suspension: Perforated EVA foam
  • Body material: 210D honeycomb CryptoRip nylon / 420D high density nylon
  • Bottom material: 420D high density nylon
  • Lining material: 40% post-consumer recycled 135D polyester
  • Number of external pockets: 5
  • Fits torso: 14-19"
  • Fits waist / hips: 27-45"
  • Dimensions: 20.5"L x 11"W x 7.9"D
  • Max. carry weight: 20 lbs.
  • Suggested use: Day hiking
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Wayne Gregory founded Gregory Mountain Products in San Diego, California in 1977. Originally the fledgling company produced backpacks in the back room of Wayne's retail store. Customers would stop by the store to talk "shop" and to share their experiences and ideas with Wayne, many of which were incorporated into new products.

In 1983 Wayne merged his business with Bianchi International and moved the company an hour north to Temecula California, where it remains today. Bianchi's resources allowed Wayne to focus on new technology, and greatly expanded the companies' production capacity. Southern California's incredible climate, coupled with easy access to world class climbing areas like Joshua Tree National Park, Tahquitz and Suicide rocks, and the Sierra Nevada range, provide a great testing ground for new products and ideas.

Over the past several years the company has grown substantially, and manufacturing has expanded to a second California facility in Calexico, east of San Diego, and also to China and Vietnam. Wayne continues to passionately focus on design and quality, but today he surrounds himself with a crew of talented associate designers that keep developing new and fresh ideas and technology.
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Panel 24 liter pack / 3 liter reservoir 1 lb. 15 oz. $169.95