The Architecture of a MYSTERY RANCH Pack

MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company with multiple product lines, focused on function, comfort, quality, and durability
MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company
with multiple product lines, focused on function, comfort, quality, and durability

Mystery Ranch LogoBozeman, MT.-(Ammoland.com)- MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company with multiple product lines, focused on function, comfort, quality, and durability is pleased to announce the release of “The Architecture of a MYSTERY RANCH Pack.”

This detailed piece describes the reason why MYSTERY RANCH Packs are the finest load carriage system in the world. Renown pack designer and MYSTERY RANCH owner, Dana Gleason discusses the key ingredients contained in each and every product.

With over four decades of design and manufacturing experience, coupled with simultaneous in-the- field testing and real-world hammering, MYSTERY RANCH has learned a thing on two about load transfer, active framing and the importance of using only the most top-shelf materials. Within “The Architecture of a MYSTERY RANCH Pack” you'll find a detailed explanation of the “MR” Load Carriage™ credo, patented custom fitting, proven engineering that makes MYSTERY RANCH packs the most comfortable, durable packs for the long haul.

MYSTERY RANCH wants to educate users on their backpacks and what makes them the most comfortable option on the planet for big, awkward, changeable loads. What patented design elements make them easily customizable to fit you perfectly and what materials and trim components are thoughtfully chosen to make the most durable backpacks available.

Learn the “Architecture of a MYSTERY RANCH Pack here:

http://www.mysteryranch.com/architecture-of- a-mystery- ranch- pack utm_source=Homepage&utm_medium=Jumbotron&utm_campaign=Architecture

About MYSTERY RANCH:

MYSTERY RANCH is committed to building the finest load-carriage equipment in the world. A product-driven company from the beginning, MYSTERY RANCH designs packs for the job that needs to get done, for the people committed to doing it, with the best materials available and the most durable construction methods that exist. #BuiltForTheMission

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    The photo gives the viewers/readers the idea that only the rack matters in a hunt. No where does the meat taken down show in this picture. Many may think the meat is not taken but left behind to go to waste. If your shot is about the pack it completely missed the mark on this one.. It is a picture making people think way off the target you hoped to present. Lastly, moving thru the woods or even in the open with that rack can make that hunter a target for other hunters. Like the first post here major orange… Read more »

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    Agreed. FYI, I’m a meat hunter with bow and arrow, and use everything of the cervid, including liver and heart.. I usually put in for ANY ELK or ANTLERLESS ELK, since the antlers are indigestible. Roger on the suicidal act of walking through the woods without a hunter orange draping on the antlers, which was my original point.

    A the game warden said to the blonde huntress, “OK, lady, I agree – it’s your elk! Jut let me get my saddle off it, OK?”

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    Attention Photo Editor:
    We teach our Hunter Education students to drape a safety orange cloth or poncho over a cervid’s rack being transported afield. It enhances the hunter’s longevity.