Mystery Ranch Marshall Pack
Mystery Ranch Marshall Pack

Mystery Ranch Marshall Pack

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Mystery Ranch 2020 Marshall Pack

Wilderness Backcountry Light Frame Hunting Pack with Overload Shelf for Carry-out

Named after the Bob Marshall Wilderness, this expedition pack is expansive, accessible and full of surprises. Sitting on the sturdy, Guide Light Frame™, you can load it from the top via the shroud access, get to all your gear from the side through the full-length side zip and store a sleeping bag in the bottom Speedzip™. After a long stalk and a clean shot, the Overload Shelf™ allows you to packout the weight limits of what’s humanly possible. Expedition hunts feel like second nature when you carry the Marshall hunting backpack.

Features of the 2020 Marshall Pack:

• 500D LP CORDURA® & 500D CORDURA® (Subalpine)
• YKK® zippers
• Top-loading shroud for easy/secure packing
• Hydration reservoir compatible
• Telescoping yoke for custom torso fit
• Side zip for easy access to main bag
• Speedzip™ compartment for easy access to sleeping bag
• Quick attach frame cap hardware provides easier OVERLOAD™ feature conversion
• Removable Quick Attach Zoid Bag included (attaches on inside of side zips)
• Guide Light MT™ Frame
• Autolock buckles prevent slippage
• Five-point waist belt
• Side water bottle, rifle or tripod pockets
• Two external long pockets for rapid access and sized for spotting scopes
• Daisy chain for attaching accessories
• Bottom and side compression straps


• Volume: 6408 cu-in (105 L)

• Weight: 7.1 lbs (3.2 kg)

• Dimensions: 35"x15"x15" (89x38x38cm)

• Frame System: Guide Light Frame

• Country Of Manufacture: Philippines / Vietnam

• Intended Use: Backpack Hunts, Bivy Hunts, Expeditions

Active Framing

Mystery Ranch frames are built flat which helps them transfer the weight/load more effectively than an exaggerated S-curve or C-curve that you often see on the market. Packs are built to flex while they perform as an active brace. They are not built to a generic shape that may or may not fit the user. Building that flex into the frame – by pulling on the lifters – changes the dynamic by putting an arc into the pack's foundation. The designers learned that it's far preferable to spread the load across the entire height of the back (a wider swath of a carrier's back) than to focus the load on just the shoulders and hips. The arc created helps lift the pack off your shoulders and allows the load to be more evenly distributed.

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