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Mystery Ranch
3 Way 27 Backpack

3.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
$229.00
Color:Sagebrush

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Why We Like The Mystery Ranch 3 Way 27 Backpack

On days when we commute to work we rock the shoulder strap on the Mystery Ranch 3 Way 27 Backpack, but when a trip across the country pops up, we turn it into a backpack for hands-free carry. Regardless of where we are going, the CORDURA fabric handles anything we can throw at it.


Details

  • Versatile pack that goes from shoulder bag to backpack
  • Cordura fabric offers impressive abrasion resistance
  • Stowable backpack and shoulder straps adapt to your day
  • Laptop sleeve keeps your data securely nearby
  • Multiple pockets keep you organized while on the go
  • Item #MYTD03V
Material
CORDURA (100% nylon)
Volume
22L (1345cu in )
Shoulder Straps
removable, stowable
Waist Belt
none
Access
top
Pockets
front rip-zip accessory, main
Laptop Sleeve
15in
Dimensions
9 x 14.5 x 7in
Claimed Weight
1lb 16oz
Activity
commuting, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 4 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

December 16, 2023

Mystery Brief

I have been looking for an EDC bag that would work for me in and around my squad car. I have been using this bag for the last few days and it seems to be good to go at this time. There are still some features I am looking for...but this is close. I like the quick access of the front pocket, I like the two zipper areas....nicely appointed I like the backpack retention I very much dislike the cheap shoulder strap....I put a Briggs and Reilly strap on mine. I would like an outside attachment location for a tourniquet. I

mcspry
mysteryranch.com

Originally reviewed on mysteryranch.com

5 out of 5 stars

September 14, 2023

Love It!

Great bag, not too bulky but expands when needed. Only wish is that it had a few more smaller zip pouches/small device holders and pen/pencil holders- it is a briefcase afterall.

GGold
mysteryranch.com

Originally reviewed on mysteryranch.com

3 out of 5 stars

August 1, 2023

Neat idea, execution should be better

I’ve owned this bag a week or so now and overall, I really like it. It holds a ton of stuff and has several features in common with the standard 3 way briefcase. As crazy as it sounds one of my biggest disappointments is that a small piece of magnetic material was not sewn into the material to hold the bottom of the Fidlock in the upright position. Meaning that every time you open the admin flap the bottom of the fidlock falls down, making a two handed, or at least a two step proposition to close the flap. This sounds ticky tacky but I love the way this flap closes on my standard 3 way briefcases almost on its own. I also like the admin section better on the standard model as these pouch areas are almost to wide with no depth. I think this bag is more of an overnight bag and will not replace my current 3 way briefcases.

col132
mysteryranch.com

Originally reviewed on mysteryranch.com

3 out of 5 stars

July 31, 2023

Excellent bag, terrible strap

The bag itself is well constructed and thoughtfully designed. I find i can fit a lot more in it than comparable bags. However most of the time this is going to be a shoulder bag, and the shoulder strap is not good. Its much too thin and has no padding, which means its really hard to carry even medium loads in that configuration. Adding padding to the strap didn't help. I finally tried a third party strap, but their attachment points don't accommodate the hook fasteners most straps come with, and their customer support does not have any ideas in regards to attaching other straps.

absu
mysteryranch.com

Originally reviewed on mysteryranch.com