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Gossamer Gear Gorilla Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019


We have checked a few reviews and found 13 reasons to buy the Gorilla - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Gossamer Gear Gorilla:

Reviewers like these things about the Gossamer Gear Gorilla

  • According to users, the Gossamer Gear Gorilla backpack is comfortable to use.
  • Reviewers mentioned that its belt provides superior load transfer and comfort.
  • Users took notice of the buckles on its side compression.
  • Other users thought that its ergonomic belt and harness would work for both men and women.
  • They noticed that it has a dual exit hydration tube exit port.
  • They also noted that its internal hydration sleeve and drinking tube keeper loops on both the straps.
  • Reviewers pointed out that it has three hip belt size options for a more customized fit.
  • They also noted that its side mesh bottle pockets are accessible.
  • Testers said that the bag has robust aluminum buckles.
  • Reviewers mentioned that the bag is durable.
  • Other reviewers also found that it consists of a rear mesh pocket great for drying gear and other gear storage.
  • Reviewers said that the bag might be efficient for long-distance hiking, climbing, and trekking, among others.
  • Other reviewers mentioned that its main compartment is spacious.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer noted that the side pockets didn’t hold liter water bottles very well.
  • Another reviewer said that the zipper on the over-the-top closure is not waterproof.





Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparisons of the Gossamer Gear Gorilla vs 4 other, similar bags.

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Gossamer Gear Gorilla vs GoLite Jam


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GoLite Jam
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  • The Gorilla is rated about the same as the Jam.
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Gossamer Gear Gorilla vs Gossamer Gear Mariposa


Gossamer Gear Gorilla

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  • The Gorilla is rated about the same as the Mariposa.
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The Gorilla and Mariposa are complimentary bags intended for those who want to bring their electronics with them when they decide to travel. The Gorilla gives you a level of space most bags out there simply don't have.

It's fairly hard to go out there and find a bag that will offer you the same space while still fitting over your shoulder. The Mariposa offers you some space but it's intended to provide comfort more so. Buy it if you want to experience the outdoors or see new sights without any inconveniences.


Gossamer Gear Gorilla vs ULA Circuit


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  • The Gorilla is rated about the same as the Circuit.
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Gossamer Gear Gorilla vs ULA Ohm


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  • The Gorilla is rated about the same as the Ohm.
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Selected Reviews


Mtn Weekly

If you’re planning to carry loads under 30 lbs you wont find a better well thought out ultralight backpack than the Gossamer Gear Gorilla 40 ($215.00). It’s the sort of backpack you can travel long distances, without feeling much weight or strain against your back and body.

Posted 10 May 2018 by Mike Hardaker - Read full review

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Last updated on July 03, 2019