When you're ready to step things up from weekend forays in the backcountry to week-plus journeys deep in the wilderness, the Mystery Ranch Terraplane Backpack will be waiting. This time-tested expedition pack provides the storage space, support, and comfort you need when lugging a lot of gear across long distances. The Terraplane offers enough room to carry everything you need when you know you won't see civilization for many days, the top-loading design helps you pack efficiently, and the side-access zipper lets you reach items on the bottom without taking everything else out. Meanwhile, the Mountain frame ensures support and stability so you can carry it comfortably over technical terrain. Cold nighttime temps won't be a problem, since the Speedzip compartment can stash the warmest, bulkiest sleeping bags. And in case you decide to take a quick hike to check out a nearby peak, the lid detaches to create a convenient hip bag for short trips.
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