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Ridge Ruck 30L Backpack
The term "day hike" might bring to mind peaceful strolls, crowded trails, and relatively easy miles, but you know firsthand how much ground you can cover in a day. When you're rising with the sun and chasing it back to the trailhead you're gonna need some serious storage, and you've got it with the Mystery Ranch Ridge Ruck 30L Backpack. This technical daypack fits everything you need for your longest single-day trail adventures, and features an easy and convenient single point adjust system in the shoulder and hip straps to keep you supported on the trail. Whenever you adjust the waist belt, you'll also be micro-adjusting the shoulder straps to ensure an ideal weight distribution for the trail ahead. The shoulder straps are also adjustable on their own, and, along with the back panel, feature a highly breathable mesh that'll keep you cool and prevent discomfort on hot days. Stretch water-bottle pockets and hydration compatibility keep water close by, and the external Stick-it pocket offers extra storage to ensure you don't have to leave anything behind.
- A technical daypack for your longest single-day treks
- Waist belt adjuster also micro-adjusts shoulder straps for stability
- Mesh padding along the shoulder and back ensures cooling comfort
- Hydration compatibility and water bottle pockets quench your thirst
- Front pocket and tool-carry loops hold extra gear
- Compression straps help reduce bulk for a better carry
- Item #MYT0022
- 210D Cordura
- 30L (1831cu in)
- Shoulder Straps
- Waist Belt
- single-point adjustment
- Hydration Compatible
- 2 zippered waist, 1 front Stick-it, 2 zippered stow, 2 water-bottle
- Trekking Pole Carry
- side compression
- 21 x 12 x 11in
- Claimed Weight
- 2lb 9.6oz
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
March 11, 2020
CRAP - Bag & Costumer Service BC & MR
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This was my fifth Mystery Ranch bag & will be my last. Design FLAWS: 1. the pass through hole sizes for the bladder water nozzle to fit through is ridiculous impossible sized. My platypus bladder nozzle does not pass through the hole. Nozzles are NOT made to come off. I enjoy hiking with a water bladder in my pack with the hose fitting through the provide hole. This back DOES NOT allow for that. I have other MR packs that do the job, Ridge Ruck 30L FAILS. 2. The opposite shoulder strap and belt strap are connected & make for readjustments any time the back is taken off. This is a major design flaw & a FAIL. the following is Mystery Ranch's email response: Hi Ramona, Thanks for figuring out how to send those over. I was out of the office yesterday, so pardon my late reply! The hydration hose port is meant to take the whole nozzle off so the hose can fit through and then the hose head replaced. Regarding the shoulder straps and waist belt crossed connectivity, that is the way they were built and designed. I was having a hard time imagining what you were describing over the phone and wanted to make sure it was kitted correctly, which it is. I know you had said you purchased it off backcountry, so we are unable to have you return it here to us. I would suggest trying to return it with them if you are really unhappy with the design. We will of course help out with any warranty or repair issues for the lifetime of the pack. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Best, Kathryn
May 9, 2018
Backpad, Shoulder Straps, and Suspension
January 29, 2018
Bomb Pack Anyone?
- I've used it several times
If your old enough you know what a Dana Bomb Pack is/was.... and well, thank god its back... A modern take on the what was already perfection... If you have never owned a Dana Designs or Mystery Ranch pack do yourself a favor... buy one... the only down side is that it will last so long you might get board with it...
August 5, 2018
Is the grommet (drain hole) a part of the external "Stick It" or the main compartment of the ruck? Difficult to tell from the photos. Thanks.