Mystery Ranch Packs



Real-Life Testing for Real-Life Missions

From the U.S. Army frontline to the far edges of the fire line—and upward to the 20,000-ft. ridgeline, a Mystery Ranch Pack is built to conquer it all. The company started out as Dana Design, the go-to pack builder in the 90’s for mountain climbers, backpackers and snowsports enthusiasts. The original company was sold to K2, but owner Dana Gleason wasn’t ready to throw in the pack for good.

In 2004, he started developing custom packs for the United States Navy SEALs. These next-generation packs required technologies built tough enough to carry heavy loads while still being comfortable to carry. And the patented Load Carriage™ was born. The load-bearing features are built into the customizable harness and flexible frame sheet to assure any user comfort for the long-haul.

Today, Mystery Ranch is still dedicated to designing comfortable load-bearing equipment that’s built for your mission. These product development stories feature outdoor ambassadors who test the designs in their extreme outdoor adventures. They put the Load Carriage™ Creed to the test, as you’ll see in these newly released films by A Still Crazy Production.

FACETS | A Still Crazy Production

THE PROCESS | A Still Crazy Production

Mystery Ranch Backpacks are now available at Sportsman’s Guide. Get yours today.

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