Whether you're gearing up for a week-long backpacking trip that's been in the works for months or you just need a head-clearing escape to the backcountry after a rough week of work, you can count on the Mystery Ranch Glacier Backpack to comfortably carry all the gear you need. It offers ample space for multi-day missions, and its classic style is right at home on any trail. The rugged frame keeps the fully-loaded pack supported and stable when you're tackling daunting terrain, and the adjustable yoke helps you dial in a custom fit so you stay comfy when you're on the trail for days at a time. A top-loading design with a side zipper helps you pack efficiently and allows you to access gear without disorganizing everything. Don't worry about chilly nights--the Speedzip compartment accommodates the warmest, bulkiest sleeping bags. And for quick trips from basecamp, the lid detaches to become a compact hip bag that lets you carry the bare necessities.
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