The Gregory Tailmate is a versatile two compartment waistpack. At ease heading to the mountain or downtown there’s enough room in its 8 litre capacity for your phone, Ipod and […]
The Gregory Tailmate is a versatile two compartment waistpack. At ease heading to the mountain or downtown there’s enough room in its 8 litre capacity for your phone, Ipod and wallet. If your not convinced about wearing it around your waist simply sling it over your shoulder and secure with the oversize Gregory buckle.
Originally designed in the late 70’s by pack guru Wayne Gregory it retains its iconic classic series status via the use of suede zip pulls, #10 YKK zip and tough Cordura construction. For this season alongside traditional single block colours come super limited contrasts Navy/Beige, Black/Purple and Peacock Green. Available at oki-ni.
Wayne Gregory founded Gregory Mountain Products in San Diego, California in 1977. Originally the fledgling company produced backpacks in the back room of Wayne’s retail store. Customers would stop by the store to talk ‘shop’ and to share their experiences and ideas with Wayne, many of which were incorporated into new products. In 1983 Wayne merged his business with Bianchi International and moved the company an hour north to Temecula California, where it remains today.These Gregory Day Packs follow the concept and attention to detail that Wayne Gregory established almost 30 years ago. Constructed with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship, Classic Series packs are built to a standard that never goes out of style. gregorypacks.com
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