Mystery Ranch

Mystery Ranch Forager Pocket

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  • $18.75

  • Regular price $25.00


GOHUNT Highlights

  • A perfect side pocket for your smaller necessities

  • Attaches to Mystery Ranch backpack hip belts and any MOLLE system

  • A great addition to your backpack system to keep you organized in the field

Manufacturer Highlights

  • Weighing just 2.5 oz for small and 2.8 oz large

  • Great for storing range finders, first aid kits, or a snack

  • Snaps keep the pocket secure at all times

The Forager Pocket provides rapid access to essentials like food, GPS, calls, or a headlamp and can attach to either side of any Mystery Ranch waist belt. It can also be slid onto a belt or securely attached to any MOLLE system providing multiple attachment possibilities. Available in Small and Large.

Size Small Large
Weight 2.5 oz 2.8 oz
Volume 46 cubic inches 61 cubic inches
Dimensions 4.75" x 7.5" x 2.5" 4.75" x 8.25" x 2.5"

Customer Reviews

Based on 104 reviews
Allen Jennings
Great product

Well made and affordable. I got the large size and there is more than enough room for my rangefinder and other goodies so I'm not having to take the pack off to get to often used items such as small snacks, ammo, light, etc.

Henry McHenry
Works for me!

I run a large on each hip belt, front-most webbing loops. Thought it would interfere with belt tension buckles but they don't. I just keep all the little sundries I want access to without removing my pack. Right now I'm doing tags/inReach/headlamp/fire kit on one side and snack food/Aquamira on the other. If you run them on the front hip belt loops, I can still fit a bear spray behind on one side and hands-free sling on the other. Works great for what I do.

Works well for select items

I like that my arms don’t bump it when hiking with poles. Fits keys, Inreach (full size), well. I’m using on both my metcalf and an Eberlestock main frame. I prefer small on left side, bigger pouch on right (handgun option). Good flexible pouch.

Taylor Ray-Jones
Under impressed

The fucker keeps coming undone. It's like the snaps on the end of the straps are weak or something. If the pouch grazes against one hemlock bow, it'll pop the snaps open.
The other thing is the negligible difference between the different size options. Make the large a little larger or the small a little smaller.

Joe Sexton
simply works

does what it should. Only modification I'd recommend is to stiffen the material around the zipper to facilitate one-handed opening/closing and to make the forager pocket double as a bow holder for when i need a free hand momentarily.

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