Mystery Ranch Sphinx Pack
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Mystery Ranch
Sphinx Pack

Mystery Ranch Sphinx Pack is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 8.
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Product Description Item No.   10307252
 

Feature of the Mystery Ranch Sphinx Pack

  • Top Loading design for easy packing
  • Two vertical long pockets for external organization
  • Water bottle pockets keep hydration handy
  • Hydration reservoir compatible
  • Double Wrap waist belt is removable
  • Adjustable ice axe loops for trekking poles or ice tools

Product Specifications
Gender: Mens
Features: Ice Axe / Trekking Pole Loops, Compression Straps, Carry-On Size, Hydration Compatible, Water Bottle Pockets
Weight: 85 oz
Pack Pockets (+ main compartment): 5
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Backpacking, Hiking
Pack Capacity: 65 Liters / 3967 Cubic inches
Trip Length: Weeklong
Frame Type: Internal
Pack Access: Top
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love The Sphinx! I've rocked the Osprey Volt, The Aether and even tried my hand at some other packs. But after buying and using the Sphinx, I'll never look anywhere else. You can just feel the quality of materials and strength of the fabric and zippers on this pack. I'm 6'3 and about 190lbs with a torso size in between 22-23" and the XL is absolutely PERFECT for me. The adjustment is easy to do and dial in. I cannot say enough good things about this pack. I've had it on my wishlist for the past year, and just recently made the decision and purchased it. That was the best decision ever. I cannot wait to put thousands of miles on this bad boy! Thanks Mystery Ranch!!
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great comfort and load carry This pack's suspension with and hip belt are very honed in. As a result it is comfortable even with heavier loads, and feels like part of your body. Just the right amount of pockets for organization and I love the front zipper that gives me full access to my entire bag, even down to the bottom of the bag when fully loaded. The bag is tough and you don't have to worry about light materials ripping or failing. Yet it isn't much heavier than lesser lighter weight bags. the tradeoff of some extra weight is matched by spot on support and comfort. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome - waited 17 years for this! I bought a Dana Design Sluiskin 45 in 2001, and have used it for about 200 nights of short camping trips. That bag has/had one serious flaw - a long narrow tube design with a constrictive top opening - but it held up perfectly and I never replaced it because of how amazing the suspension is. The designer of that bag started a new company several years ago, with offering for hikers, hunters, and military and paramedic types. I took a chance on this based on a good sale and the shared designer and lucked out -- it is probably the definition of a perfect overnight pack. The suspension is very comfortable; I have had this out for three trips now, and on uneven ground and with loads of about 50 lbs, this pack is rock steady, transmitting weight neatly to the hips with no strain on the bag. The big advantage over my previous pack is the zip down the middle. Hiking with a family, you are never sure what will be needed next, so to be able to pick things out in any order is an unbelievable advantage. Finally, the tube pockets on the outside provide one more layer of convenience. I can put my hard shell in one, and my hammock, straps, and bug net in the other, so for either a quick nap or a quick weather change, it is super easy. The hydration system holder is great also; nicely made to stop the inevitable squish to the bottom of the pack, and with great tube holders on the shoulders. This pack would be an expensive, once-in-a-lifetime purchase that I would agonize over but never regret at several hundred dollars more than I ended up paying. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from supports a lot of weight for its size I lead a back country trail crew, so i got this pack to hold tools, camp gear and personal stuff. The pack holds way more than the 65 liters it's sized as, and I've consistently carried 60+ pounds through rough terrain fairly comfortably. Plus, so far, it's held up well to the inevitable abuse. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for Colorado's Huts Having been into most of the 10th Mountain Division huts in the past 25 years, and being a relative gear minimalist, this one has hit the sweet spot. A) if you take too much gear, then you can lash things on, stuff under lids, or secure with existing straps with little to no wobble. B) if you take too little gear, this compresses down nicely, with no wobble, and will still hold the ever-necessary shovels on the outside or inside, plus bulky camera gear, plus all that gourmet food (and sleeping bags). C) super comfortable, super adjustable, even on the fly. D) I have even lashed on another pack to the back of this one (desperate times call for desperate solutions) and comfortably carried way too much gear. E) buy it and enjoy with impunity.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Very easy to carry everything in; I like how you can lay it flat and open it right up like a suitcase! Also I really like the color selection and that it fits me perfectly. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Multiday Pack. Period. Been backpacking since the '70s and have owned just about every pack out there. The internal frame revolution brought discomfort and awkwardness, but we embraced it because it was "better". I've been through several internal frame packs over the years and hated them all. They either dig into my boney hips and cut off circulation to my legs or they make my shoulders hurt. And they are never convenient to pack. Along comes Mystery Ranch and I've found the ultimate pack. The harness system distributes weight properly and is easy to adjust for a precise fit. No circulation cutoff, no shoulder pain, just right. And they're bombproof and easy to pack. The revolutionary center zip is truly useful. I liked my Sphinx so well that I went out and bought a Scree and a Ravine. Done - just refreshed my packs and put all my others on the auction block. My only sadness is that I really can't justify buying any more packs by Mystery Ranch. This Sphinx is the load master. 35lbs, 40lbs - carries it well. Sure, you'll feel the extra weight, but no pinch points, no cutoff of circulation. I can't say enough good things about the design and comfort. And hey, the little waist belt pockets are actually useful - you can carry more than just a few gummy bears in them.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING! Amazing pack!  This is probably the closest pack to a perfect SAR 72 hr pack.  I know MR makes a 3Dap (which I love and have carried 50lbs in mine with relative comfort) but the volume is not enough for a true 72hr sar pack when your area is the high Rockies. We have to be able to spend the night in a very cold high altitude environment no matter the time of year and at the same time be able to support an individual who has lost all their gear.   When considering this and adding cold weather clothing, a 0° sleeping bag, a stove and a WFR medical kit to your bag you quickly find you need more than 32 liters.     That's where the Sphinx shines.  70 liter total volume and the lid works perfectly for my med kit and it's a bomber pack. Fits great, carries great due to the futura frame, and isn't too big to be put on a helicopter when we get a quick ride up the mountain.    And it will work amazing for week long backpacking trips. I prefer minimum amounts of gear personally.   So, I didn't qualify for MR's pro deal as a SAR tech but I think it shows how much I like their stuff that I went ahead and payed retail for the Sphinx.  Could have gone with half a dozen other packs via sites like outdoor prolink but I feel that Mystery Ranch products are head and shoulders above the rest in all areas and I am very happy I went this route.    Some great features: •Huge hip belt pockets! •The outer torpedo pockets are great for quick grab items and hold a bunch. •Full length front zipper. Makes this top loader a breeze to find stuff in. •Hydration ready. It's a must for SAR work. •Very robust fabric. •Load lifters work amazing. •Adjustable yoke makes the fit spot on. •Ice axe, tekking pole holders Only two cons if I had to come up with something: •For SAR work, a bright yellow/green color or blaze orange would be cool •A few more attachment points for lashing on extra gear when we need to bring up team gear That's it, 5 stars amazing pack.
Date published: 2017-12-25
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