Moving fast and need a pack that can keep up with you? Gregory’s Fury is ready for the challenge. I loved the light weight and the breathable harness and waist-belt designs—it got brutally hot this summer, and I didn’t sweat under these straps as much as I would without these features. The back panel also breathes well and stays comfortable and stable while I move and groove.
We got the chance to check out a middle-sized Fury, but they come in four sizes from 40L to 16L, and while they don’t sacrifice essential features, they’re also not loaded down with those little things that add ounces here and there and eventually add up.
This is a there-and-back pack best suited for day hiking, and it even has the thoughtful touch of a sleeve for your water reservoir (not included). Compression straps and elastic drawstrings let you tighten everything down so it doesn’t move around, letting you tote about 25lb of your favorite stuff with you on a hike.
Here are some other quick details to check out:
- Kinetic FTS Suspension
- Anatomical backpanel with center channel ventilation
- Highly breathable split channel harness and waistbelt
- Shoulder strap quick access pockets
- Cross-elastic hydration tube retainer
- Reversed top-loading main access for clean lines and easy use
- Top pocket with internal security compartment
- Front stretch bucket pocket
- Dual tool/axe/trekking pool attachment points
- Side compression
- Durable and lightweight 210 Dynajin and 420 nylon materials
Gregory’s Fury 32 runs about $130, and if you’re after a solid day pack, I can’t imagine you’d be disappointed with it—I know it consistently met and exceeded my expectations. Save your fury for the mountainside, not your pack, and buy one of these great day packs from some of our favorite retailers!