Whether you’ve followed backpack blogs for a while, or you just stumbled on this review while doing research about your first serious pack, you’ve no doubt heard of Mystery Ranch. Although I’ve been in the pack game for a few years, I am almost ashamed to say that I’d never done more than fondle these
This iconic pack ticks so many boxes, practical, quality materials, organised, plenty of pockets, aesthetically pleasing, modular, I could go on, but I think I have highlighted a decent number of these features above. The Rush 24 would perform as well out hunting or on a European holiday as it would being the ultimate nappy bag (Im talking to you stay-at-home dads), Or all three if you are awesome.
Brian checks out the S.O Tech Go Pouch 2, a handy velcro pouch designed to provide quick access to your most used items.
The highly anticipated Citadel from Next Gen Warfighter is a feature heavy EDC pack sure to impress – Mike Flores shares his thoughts.
Adam takes a look at a cult classic, the Camelbak Trizip – featuring the licensed Futura Harness and Trizip system from Mystery Ranch.
Tom from Pack Hacker shares his thoughts on living out of a GORUCK GR2…
Michael shares his thoughts on the First Tactical Executive, a full featured briefcase with all the essentials.
New to the pack world, Arktype have launched a small, full featured EDC pack – we got our hands on one for a review.
Brandon shares his thoughts on the Arc’teryx Blade 6, a minimalist EDC pack that should be on your radar.
Nathaniel takes a look at the VertX EDC Ready pack, a crowd favourite in the daily carry world.