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Gregory Pace 8 Hydration Packs

FEATURES of the Gregory Women's Pace 8L Pack Hydration reservoir pocket External zippered gear pocket External crossover stretch mesh pockets with grab loops Adjustable sternum strap Internal cargo compartment compression

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This is a great product, sits well on my back for a long varying terrain hike. Love the magnet it has for the hose. Just wish the pockets on the shoulder straps were a bit bigger, cannot fit a Cliff Bar in them, just a travel pack of Kleenex tissues (jammed in), therefore do need to remove for snacks.

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