First released back in 2018, the Bedrock Bags Greysill Hip Pack just received a major update to make it slimmer and easier to access without sacrificing the stability it’s known for. Check it out here…
Released just before we published our handmade hip pack Gear Index, the Bedrock Bags Greysill is named after a geographic aberration in the Four Corners region of the southwestern US. Specifically, it’s the namesake of a mining ghost town at Bolam Pass, just off the Colorado Trail near Bedrock’s home base in Durango, Colorado. As with Bedrock’s other bags, the Greysill is an original design that’s built with a bomber construction and meticulous attention to detail.
Version two has the same generous volume and stable design as the original but with a few tweaks to make it more low-profile and easier to access on the go. The Greysill still has an exterior flap/storage space but it no longer covers the main zippered compartment, which means both are easily accessible. The main compartment offers 2L of storage, an internal sleeve pocket, and a two-way zipper for those running a bladder/hydration hose.
The Graysill v2 has an adjustable waist strap that fits people with a body circumference between around 28-48″. It comes in five stock colors and can be made in a custom color for an additional $40.
The Bedrock Greysill costs $125, is handmade in Colorado, and can be purchased today at BedrockBags.com.
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