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Mystery Ranch Ravine Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

4.37
based on 28 reviews


We have checked tens of reviews and found 9 reasons to buy the Ravine - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


100% of the reviewers give the Mystery Ranch Ravine a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (100%)
Good (0%)
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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Mystery Ranch Ravine:

Reviewers like these things about the Mystery Ranch Ravine

  • Many users raved about the versatile design of the Mystery Ranch Ravine backpack.
  • Several users widely praised its durability and strength due to its 210 Robic honeycomb and 420 Robic nylon fabrics.
  • A lot of reviewers were able to access the compartments quickly due to its three zipper system.
  • According to some users, its pockets made it easy to organize things including water bottles and valuables like wallets.
  • Likewise, they have mentioned that its zipper lid pocket made it easy to access items from outside.
  • Several testers have also noted that the presence of adjustable ice ax loops makes it easy to attach trekking poles or ice tools.
  • Many users have commended the ergonomic design of the waist belt. It is removable, double wrapped, and redirected.
  • Some testers found out that the bag's double layer bottom contributes to its long-haul durability.
  • Many of those who have tried the product can use the backpack for several adventures due to its frame with an adjustable yoke.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A user has observed that the backpack is not ultralight.
  • Another user found out that the backpack is one of the heavier bags sold in the market.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Mystery Ranch Ravine models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity50 l (3051 cuin)


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Sport
Backpacking
Hiking
Cycling
Travel
School



Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Mystery Ranch Ravine features:
  • Hydration bladder

Some sources also mention these features:
  • Water bottle pockets

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


Rankings


vs Mystery Ranch Bags

The Mystery Ranch Ravine ranks #5 compared with the other Mystery Ranch bags.

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4.40
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4Mystery Ranch 3 Day Assault
4.40
Mystery Ranch 3 Day Assault
5Mystery Ranch Ravine
4.37
Mystery Ranch Ravine
6Mystery Ranch Scree
4.34
Mystery Ranch Scree
7Mystery Ranch Coulee
4.33
Mystery Ranch Coulee

vs All Bags

The Mystery Ranch Ravine ranks #270 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparison of the Mystery Ranch Ravine vs the Mystery Ranch Coulee.

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Mystery Ranch Ravine vs Mystery Ranch Coulee


Mystery Ranch Ravine
Mystery Ranch Ravine

4.37
BEST
Based on 28 reviews
Capacity: 50 l
Weight:
Price: $$$


Mystery Ranch Coulee
Mystery Ranch Coulee

4.33

Based on 15 reviews

Capacity: 25-40 l
Weight: 2.7-3.9 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Ravine is rated about the same as the Coulee.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 43 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Ravine is 25% bigger than the biggest Coulee (50 L vs 40 L).

FeatureRavineCoulee
Compression straps
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Water bottle pockets

Only the Coulee is available in these colors:
Black
Blue
Grey
Orange







Selected Reviews


Mtn Weekly

The RAVINE is light-weight, go anywhere, do anything backpack from Mystery Ranch, the perfect companion for your next overnight camping trip.

Posted 25 October 2017 by Mike Hardaker - Read full review

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Last updated on July 03, 2019