Mystery Ranch Urban Assault Backpack

Sep 21, 2018

Category: Gear

Military assault packs are some of the toughest and most capable bags on the planet — but they also have a tendency to be a bit too cumbersome and busy for everyday life. But that’s why Mystery Ranch built their Urban Assault Backpack to give you the same speed and durability offered by its military counterparts without any unnecessary bulk.

A cursory glance is all you need to tell how special this bag is, as one of its biggest highlights is in its three-zip system, which allows for both quick on-the-spot access, as well as a full and complete opening — rivaling even the full clamshell opening of similar bags. It’s also built from a super durable 500D Cordura nylon that gives it natural water- and puncture-resistance. Inside its 21L capacity, you’ll also find a wealth of organizational options, like a 15″ laptop sleeve, mesh pouches for your everyday carry items, and a whole lot more. Available in black, coyote tan, or peppercorn, this city-dwelling tactical pack can be yours for $139.

Purchase: $139

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