…and I still can’t believe I was a part of this development. Y’all better not wake me from this dream.
I’ve been working with Gregory Mountain Products for almost 2 years on the first ever line of plus-size backpacks ranging from size 2X to 6X.
This isn’t just a first for Gregory. It’s a first across the entire outdoor industry.
14 packs for day-hiking, backpacking and travel. Adjustable from a 40 to 60 inch waist. If 60 inches isn’t enough for you, you will have the option of an extender available right from the listing without it being some hush hush gotta-call-customer-support scenario to find out about it.
My hands shook a little as I opened the box for the first prototype of the Kalmia 60 knowing that what was inside could be the difference between feeling that much more free, or horribly disappointed the way I have so many times trying on new gear. I put it on, adjusting everything. The shoulder straps, load lifters, sternum strap, hip belt. Being able to actually use the hip belt pockets and being able to comfortably pull my water bottle out of a side pocket, instead of taking the whole pack off, changed my perspective on gear forever.
I can’t settle anymore.
I can’t just make things work anymore. I’m so tired of it.
I want YOU to feel as free as I have felt testing out this entire line of packs.
THIS IS CHANGE.
Please share this information with your #FatAndOutdoorsy friends and GO GET YOUR PACK! 🎒🙌🥾✨
I would love to see where it goes with you #MyBodyTookMeHere
Press about the packs!
Outside Business Journal: Behind Gregory’s plans for its new plus-size pack collection
Condé Nast Traveler: Gregory’s Line of Plus-Size Hiking Backpacks Is Here
GearJunkie: Gregory Packs Partners With Unlikely Hikers, Builds ‘Plus-Size’ Packs