Mystery Ranch Urban Assault Pack
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Mystery Ranch
Urban Assault Pack

Mystery Ranch Urban Assault Pack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21.
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Product Description Item No.   10307256
 

Feature of the Mystery Ranch Urban Assault Pack

  • Quick 3 zip access
  • Two internal zippered accessory pockets
  • Lid pocket with key clip
  • Laptop sleeve

Product Specifications
Features: Laptop Compatible, Carry-On Size
Weight: 44 oz
Pack Pockets (+ main compartment): 5
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Casual
Pack Capacity: 21 Liters / 1281 Cubic inches
Frame Type: Frameless
Pack Access: Front, Top
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Urban Assault This is the best EDC bag that I've own to date. I've tried bags from Arcteryx, Chrome, Deuter, LibTech, Mountain Hardwear, Oakley, OR, Patagonia, Timbuk 2, I mean the list goes on. It's the ideal size to pack a laptop, lunch, jacket and water bottle. The inside pockets are great for pens, business cards, a small first aid kit...etc. The top pocket can hold a Oakley hardcase for glasses plus keys and small items. The shoulder straps fit great for broad shoulders and easy to adjust. The zippers are on the stiff side, but close well. The pack performed great during a 45 minute rainstorm too.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from From Shimane-ken to Tokyo and Back Again I bought this pack for an 18-day whirlwind trip throughout Japan, visiting family and old friends. From the countryside of Shimane-ken, up to Tokyo (and little beyond that), it supported a lot of long days (and quite a few evenings) of hiking, taking trains and running around. It carried my goretex jacket, all of our necessary paperwork and documentation, a thick book and all my electronics (iPad, phone, etc.), change purse (Japanese coins are ubiquitous and heavy) and some small omiyage (gifts for our family and friends) . Plus a bevy of Japanese snacks and my water bottle! The design and the blue color got quite a few compliments. If you have ever taken a packed Tokyo train, you will appreciate the clean lines on this pack (you won't get hung up or snag as you weave through the crowds). I liked the tri-zip design, as it made it easy to get in and out of the pack and grab stuff that settled to the bottom. This pack did its job well!
Date published: 2018-05-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost Perfect This is a great EDC pack. The only thing a really wish it had were the elastic-topped stretch side pockets like the Street Fighter has. Otherwise it's a perfect size, with great entry from the 3Zip. One detail I really appreciate is that MR still uses large metal zipper pull tabs on their zippers. I wouldn't recommend this pack if it didn't have those to help make it easy to open and close. The top and interior pockets are nice, though the inside ones would be a little more useful if they were a little larger. And while the mesh they make them out of is useful cause you can see thru it, it's also sometimes frustrating as small items snag on it when you try to get them out. Lastly, and possible most importantly, it carries really well. The nice wide shoulder straps rest on my wider shoulders without pulling or pinching, making it much more comfortable than most 'daypacks' to carry around all day.
Date published: 2018-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mystery Ranch's jack-of-all-trades EDC bag is great (and could be perfect with a little help) I use the Urban Assault bag as my laptop bag to get to-and-from work. It's got a lot of things going for it that you'd expect from Mystery Ranch. The materials are solid and the manufacturing quality is stellar. The Tri-Zip design is brilliant and allows you to use the bag as a top-loader for quick access while still letting you open the whole thing up for easy packing. It's a comfortable bag, too, though I think it could be made even better in that regard (more on that in a minute). Unlike a lot of other MR bags, there are pretty decent internal organization options: a large pouch for a laptop (or hydration bladder, but not both at the same time because that's how you end up selling your bags to afford a new laptop) and a smaller pouch just below it for chargers/tools/snacks/whatever, both of which sit along the internal framesheet for stability; a zippered pocket on the lid of the bag for stashing sunglasses and other stuff; and two small zipped pockets along the inside flaps of the bag (to either side of the central zipper). A couple things keep it from being a five-star bag for me. The biggest are the shoulder straps. They are very narrow. If you look at the ASAP (the bag this one was likely patterned from), you can see the difference. It's a comfortable enough bag for light duty, but the straps don't feel wide or rigid enough for heavier loads. The inclusion of Mystery Ranch's phenomenal Futura harness (or the similar harnesses you're finding on bags like the Coulee 25) would make this thing perfect, but would also jack the price up accordingly. The only other minor thing I'd like to see on this bag would be some side pockets for water bottles. That said, this is a killer bag for moving stuff around the city. You get a lot of what makes bags like the ASAP so good without the copious MOLLE webbing, making this a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good one This is a good pack for everyday use or for a minimalist hiking daypack. A couple of things that I noticed: looking at the pictures you'll see a webbing loop under the lower shoulder strap attachment where you might attach a little hip belt--the new 2017 generation of these does not have that feature. This pack doesn't really need a hip belt so not a big deal, but the pictures should probably reflect the new version. Another thing that would be nice to have is a hydration port. The pack has a sleeve inside that you can use for a laptop, which fits a hydration bladder nicely. The only way to route a tube out is through the middle point where the three zippers meet. So it would seem to make sense to include a port in future models. Also, couple attachment points on the side of the pack would make sense. This would allow the user to run some paracord or webbing through the attachment points on the bottom of the pack allowing a way to strap on a coat or whatever on the outside of the pack. As it is the daisy chain on the bottom has limited function. You can use the fabric loops near the top zippers for this but it is an awkward arrangement. Finally, I'm not sure why there are load lifter straps on this pack? Otherwise bomber construction, functional, roomy, and nice uncluttered looks.
Date published: 2017-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Pack for Me Rugged Quality, Form Fitting Comfort, Holds 15" Laptop, Breathability, Sternum Strap, and USA made. This pack is not USA made, but it met all of my other requirements. Laptop, 32oz Jug, Multi-tool, DJ Headphones, Cables/Chargers, Umbrella, Jacket, Lunch Bag... No Problem. The pack looks more tactical in person than pictures suggest which I appreciate, but realistically, I don't have any Molle attachments so, this is not an issue for me. I do have a LapTop, and for this reason alone I leaned toward The Urban over the ASAP, even though I would have paid more for USA Made. My only criticisms are not deal breakers: 01 They made this pack a one-size-fits-all, and as such, The Straps are unnecessarily long when you pull the pack high on your back. 02 The Grab Handle on top is adequit but it is just a 1" strip of Nylon. I would prefer a beefy handle. 03 Mystery Ranch did not include any velcro area to personalize with patches.
Date published: 2018-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tripod & Boom Pole Love It I never heard of this brand before purchasing it about a month ago. I bought this bag to be my regular commuter bag. However I found it it is super useful as I I am a documentary filmmaker. I had not yet found a bag that will hold my tripod and boom pole comfortably. The sturdiness of the front zipper means that you can have the top flap unzipped and the bag will still stay zipped up so tall stuff can stick out the top. This means I get to carry my full size tripod with me and not the rinky-dink ones. This is a great feature and I never would have articulated this need before but now that I have a bag that can carry this stuff I'm not going to be able to go back to another type of bag. Thank you.
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A solid everyday bag from Mystery Ranch I use the Urban Assault bag as my laptop bag to get to-and-from work. It's got a lot of things going for it that you'd expect from Mystery Ranch. The materials are solid and the manufacturing quality is stellar. The Tri-Zip design is brilliant and allows you to use the bag as a top-loader for quick access while still letting you open the whole thing up for easy packing. It's a comfortable bag, too, though I think it could be made even better in that regard (more on that in a minute). Unlike a lot of other MR bags, there are pretty decent internal organization options: a large pouch for a laptop (or hydration bladder, but not both at the same time because that's how you end up selling your bags to afford a new laptop) and a smaller pouch just below it for chargers/tools/snacks/whatever, both of which sit along the internal framesheet for stability; a zippered pocket on the lid of the bag for stashing sunglasses and other stuff; and two small zipped pockets along the inside flaps of the bag (to either side of the central zipper). A couple things keep it from being a five-star bag for me. The biggest are the shoulder straps. They are very narrow. If you look at the ASAP (the bag this one was likely patterned from), you can see the difference. It's a comfortable enough bag for light duty, but the straps don't feel wide or rigid enough for heavier loads. The inclusion of Mystery Ranch's phenomenal Futura harness (or the similar harnesses you're finding on bags like the Coulee 25) would make this thing perfect, but would also jack the price up accordingly. The only other minor thing I'd like to see on this bag would be some side pockets for water bottles. That said, this is a killer bag for moving stuff around the city. You get a lot of what makes bags like the ASAP so good, without the copious MOLLE webbing, making this a wolf in sheep's clothing. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-04-02
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