Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38
Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38

Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38

Regular price $350.00
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Mystery Ranch Pop-Up 38; larger option with overload shelf to haul meat

The innovative POP-UP 38 pack with its transforming frame allows multi-day hunters to haul out meat via the OVERLOAD SHELF™. This 38L pack facilitates the hunter's needing a larger pack option with the same game-changing frame. It features a large main compartment which can be accessed via a top loading shroud or by the full-length side zipper. A two-part lid keeps key items within reach and also helps to secure and protect spotting scopes and tripods stashed in the outer, compressible pocket (also ideal for storing a puffy or rain gear.) Dual side pockets hold trekking poles, water bottles or longer tripods. Autolock buckles and compression straps throughout cinch down firmly to prevent slippage. The unique telescoping frame changes from low profile to maximum load listing in seconds.


Features of the Pop-Up 38:

• 330D LP CORDURA® & 330D CORDUA® (Subalpine)
• YKK® zippers
• Pop-Up Frame feature with telescoping frame using trekking pole technology
• OVERLOAD™ feature
• Telescoping yoke for cusom torso fit
• Top-loading shroud with full length zipper for main compartment access
• Autolock buckles prevent slippage
• Lid with zippered pockets
• Side water bottle, rifle or tripod pockets
• Compressible back pocket for quick access to optics or layers
• Bottom, top and side compression straps

SPECS:

Volume: 45 L (2746 cu-in)

Weight: 5.3 lb (2.4 kg)

Frame System: Pop-Up Frame

Intended Use: Backpack Hunts, Load-Hauling


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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