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Mystery Ranch
Bridger 35L Backpack - Women's

4 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews


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Why We Like The MYSTERY RANCH Bridger 35L Backpack

Built for demanding day hikes or minimalist overnights, the Bridger 35L Backpack keeps us moving nimbly on the trail with easy access to all our gear. A yoke harness with chest pockets keeps snacks and small bottles at hand, while both top lid and zippered front panel openings give us full pack access to find items quickly.


  • Robust day pack for gear-heavy hikes on the trail
  • Robic nylon material boasts high wear resistance
  • Steel frame provides an efficient load transfer
  • Padded mesh backpanel provides ventilated comfort
  • Waist belt and chest yoke deliver a secure fit
  • Multiple compression straps help stabilize load
  • Dual-front daisy chains for lashing extra gear
  • Multiple pockets organize the small essentials
  • Item #MYTD032
Responsible Collection
[main] recycled 100D Robic nylon ripstop [high-wear areas] 330D Robic nylon
35L (2165cu in)
spring steel wire frame
Shoulder Straps
mesh yoke with dual sternum straps
Waist Belt
padded mesh
Hydration Compatible
Reservoir Included
top, front panel
[external] 1 zippered lid, 2 drawcord yoke, 2 zippered waist belt, 2 side stretch mesh [internal] 1 drop-in mesh
Gear Loops
Trekking Pole Carry
2 vertial front, dual side straps
24 x 12 x 12in
Claimed Weight
3lb 11.2oz
hiking, ultralight backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 18, 2023

Great fitting pack.

This pack is very adjustable and I am able to have a perfect fit. On other packs the straps would rub on my neck, I have very narrow shoulders. I love the dual straps in the front and the hip belt is very comfortable. Made my load feel very light. I am very happy to have found this pack.


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3 out of 5 stars

May 28, 2023

Love the Idea But Needs Work

You guys make great and bombproof packs and I absolutely LOVE the idea behind this - I wear a running vest for a lot of shorter hikes and longer runs because of the vest-like fit and because I love having the big chest pockets and additional support in the front. I bought this for fastpacking, for some summer objectives that are part ultra run part backpacking trips. The thought behind this pack is great and the quality is top notch as always, but I feel like it falls short in that it feels like a men's pack that was marginally retrofit for women, not a pack designed from the ground up for women. Examples - the shoulder straps are a little too wide-set, even for me (I'm 5'10" with a 36" bust and wear a size 10). The wire frame is a little too "tall" in that it comes up pretty high and when I tilt me head back the back of my head hits it. And the two straps in the front - though I love them because of the nice close fit they provide, they're located in such a place that the bottom strap cuts directly across the girls, which makes for an awkward "four boob" situation. A little shaping there with slightly more "s" shaped shoulder straps and better placement of the bottom strap would be amazing. Other non-gender-specific notes: I wish it had a stretch mesh back pocket for a wet jacket, and the wire frame at the top is super wide - like you have to really pull/stretch the "brain" part over it, and it's a little awkward. It's a little overbuilt in some places that I don't feel are really necessary for a pack that's designed to be something more of a "fast and light" pack. I would love love love to see a second iteration of this pack that's built specifically for women and I'd happily volunteer to test it out!


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