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Gregory Whitney Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019

3.15
based on 10 reviews


We have checked a few reviews and found 10 reasons to buy the Whitney - and 3 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.





Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Gregory Whitney:

Reviewers like these things about the Gregory Whitney

  • Users said that the pack is able to take a large amount of stuff all neatly packed and easy to access all built into a comfortable package.
  • Reviewers who have used the pack said that the shoulder straps are on pivots which allow them to wrap around at the perfect angle.
  • Many users said that the hip belt is adjustable and well padded.
  • Most reviewers said that the back of the hip belt is made of a rough material that allows it to grip and stay put when moving around.
  • Several users said that the waterproof material on the bottom and the pockets on the hip belt are nice touches.
  • Users said that it also has several compression straps, so as you burn through your supplies you can cinch it up and keeps things tight.
  • Reviewers have mentioned that the two sides have zippers that go almost all the way down the side of your pack making side access to something near the bottom of your pack very easy,.
  • Many users praised the fact that the pack is able to take a large amount of stuff all neatly packed and easy to access all built into a comfortable package.
  • Some other reviewers said that the sleeping bag compartment is really nice.
  • Most users said that the pack has good quality zippers and stitching.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • One user complained that the hip strap had broken very early.
  • Another user said that the fabric started to spread at the seams, there were a few big rips.
  • Some users complained that the water bottle holder on the side of the pack is difficult to reach when the pack is on.





Rankings


vs Gregory Bags

The Gregory Whitney ranks #41 compared with the other Gregory bags.

39Gregory Pace
3.67
Gregory Pace
40Gregory Freia
3.57
Gregory Freia
41Gregory Whitney
3.15
Gregory Whitney

vs All Bags

The Gregory Whitney ranks #2863 compared with all the bags we have checked.

2861Ultraspire Synaptic
3.15
Ultraspire Synaptic
2862Gregory Whitney
3.15
Gregory Whitney
2863Jones Snowboards Further
3.15
Jones Snowboards Further
2864Storksak Elizabeth
3.15
Storksak Elizabeth
2865Rockland Vegas
3.15
Rockland Vegas



Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparisons of the Gregory Whitney vs 3 other, similar bags.

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Gregory Whitney vs Gregory Baltoro


Gregory Whitney
Gregory Whitney

3.15

Based on 10 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price:


Gregory Baltoro
Gregory Baltoro

4.61
BEST
Based on 1,348 reviews

Capacity: 65-95 l
Weight: 1.5-5.4 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Whitney is rated quite a lot worse than the Baltoro.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,358 reviews of the two bags.

Only the Baltoro is available in these colors:
Blue
Black
Red
Grey
Green




Gregory Whitney vs Gregory Denali


Gregory Whitney
Gregory Whitney

3.15

Based on 10 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price:


Gregory Denali
Gregory Denali

4.75
BEST
Based on 44 reviews

Capacity: 73.5-97 l
Weight: 6-6.5 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Whitney is rated quite a lot worse than the Denali.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 54 reviews of the two bags.

Only the Denali is available in these colors:
Black




Gregory Whitney vs Gregory Palisade


Gregory Whitney
Gregory Whitney

3.15

Based on 10 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price:

  • The Whitney is rated quite a lot worse than the Palisade.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 27 reviews of the two bags.







Selected Reviews


Backpack Gear Test

It is a comfortable and reliable bag for all day hiking. The fanny pack is perfect for short hikes.

Posted 25 June 2008 by Arnold Peterson - Read full review

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Last updated on May 12, 2019