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Urban Assault 21

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A relatively small, highly durable daypack that moves easily from commuting to the trail. While this is no lightweight for a backpack this small, it is comfortable to carry and supremely easy to access the contents. With inner sleeves that swallow a laptop, tablet, and cables, it would be a super solution for commuters who prefer a backpack to a briefcase. It's basically a smaller, stripped-down version of one of my favorite larger daypacks, the 38 liter Mystery Ranch Snapdragon. The lack of any… Full review

Glacier

rated 5 of 5 stars Features I don't see in other packs, quality seldom seen anywhere. I used a 1970s model Lowe Expedition for years, then the sorry scum in Marsailles stole it and everything in it. I had not found a pack its equal since. Then I found this. The suspension is extremely well thought out and adjustable. It can be configured as a big sack or you can separate the bottom compartment. The compartments on the back are large enough to actually be useful—something a lot of current packs sort of miss out on. Full review

T-100

rated 5 of 5 stars Best well built and comfortable pack you will ever find. First, let me say that this is one great comfortable well built pack. The way this thing rides on my back is like no other. (I own a Kelty Red Cloud, Osprey Atmos, and a couple smaller packs.) The craftsmanship of this pack is way above the others and carries loads of 40 – 60 lbs very easily. It will carry more but that’s all I have put in it so far. It adjusts well to form a comfortable fit on my back no matter the load size. The sleeping… Full review

Booty Bag

rated 4.5 of 5 stars 讲真,MR出了个买菜包,价格还很贵。可提可背,很方便。透气肩带,骚气的MC迷彩色。我很喜欢。买菜主袋里还有个拉链袋放贵重物品。 [Google Translate: Speak true, MR out of a shopping bag, the price is also very expensive. It can be put away, very convenient. Breathable straps, camouflage. I like it very much. There is a grocery shopping bag main zipper bags to put valuables.] Full review

Wet Rib

rated 5 of 5 stars Puts your water where you can get to it often and easily, along with a map, sunblock, glasses, and other things you want close at hand. In wilderness first aid training we are taught to assume anyone in the wilderness is dehydrated, even if there is water all around in streams and ponds and the person is carrying water. Even with in-pack hydration it can be hard to drink enough because sucking on a tube causes a walker to lose his breath and stop drinking too early, and bottles carried elsewhere… Full review

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Backstory

Dana Gleason, founder of Dana Design, started Mystery Ranch in 2000.

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Outdoor Retailer: Avalanche Airbags Expand
Only a few years ago avalanche airbags were unavailable in the United States, and until now it’s been a limited market. But in 2011, the options available to backcountry skiers, riders, and others venturing into avalanche terrain will expand. Read more
January 26, 2011

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Mystery Ranch
1750 Evergreen Drive
Bozeman, MT 59715
USA

phone: (406) 585-1428
fax: (406) 585-1792

website: www.mysteryranch.com
email: theworks@mysteryranch.com

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