*Please note the sizing on the Pop Up backpacks are the same as the Guide Light MT frame backpacks. If you are a large in a Guide Light MT frame backpack, you will be a large in a Pop Up backpack.
Dual Pocket lid for easy access to essentials
The lightweight and nimble design makes this pack perfect for day hunts
The adjustable frame allows you to adjust based on the needs of the hunt
Small and compact pack with a frame that converts this pack into a load-hauling machine, up to 80 pounds
New 2020 frame extends via telescopic stays rather than the previous "fold-out" design
The pack weighs in just over 5 lbs
Warranty - Lifetime
BreakdownWhen the first Pop Up came out in 2018 it changed the game for day hunters by enabling them to carry a small, convenient, and lightweight bag that could easily convert into a heavy-duty load-hauling frame pack once they got an animal down. Mystery Ranch listened to consumer feedback about a need for more storage and developed the Pop Up 38 which is the largest Pop Up available. The Pop Up 38 frame "pops up" via telescopic stays that utilize trekking pole technology for greater strength and ease of use. This adjustable frame allows you to adjust it to a raised position which allows you to haul heavier loads more efficiently. It features a top-loading shroud and a full-length side zipper for access to the main compartment along with two zippered accessory compartments on the lid. The side water bottle pockets and compression straps can be used to securely carry tripods and trekking poles.
26" - 32" waist*
31" - 36" waist*
35" - 40" waist*
15" - 20" torso**
17" - 24" torso**
*If you are in-between sizes we recommend that you size down. This will ensure that you have the ability to tighten the waist belt under a heavy load and or after having spent multiple days in the backcountry and having lost a few pounds.
**The last picture includes instructions on how to accurately measure your torso.
5 lbs 4.8 oz
2,319 cubic inches
24.5" x 16" x 15"
Yes - built-in sleeve and port
500D LP Cordura & 500D Cordura (Subalpine)
I really how small the pack compresses down but still has the ability to load it up if need be. The outside stuff pocket works great for 15x binos or a puffy.
I have had many mystery ranch packs, I still use my metcalf most often but this is a great pack for shorter hunts and a huge upgrade from the original pop up.
Pack functioned perfectly. I need to learn to adjust properly when using load bearing shelf but definitely easier than dragging the 60lb Sika deer out of the woods. Great pack!
Take your time setting it up to fit your torso.
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