BreakdownThe Rip Ruck 15, the smallest in Rip Ruck series, will make any commute less of a hassle with its low-profile, minimalist design. It has a main Rip Zip compartment that has a laptop and document sleeve, a zippered mesh pocket, and two internal side pockets. Other features include one side stretch-woven pocket, PALS webbing and daisy chain for attaching accessories, and an exterior vertical-entry pocket.
Check with me in early winter will have had time to really evaluate by then
Let me get my gripe out of the way. Even after using silicone zipper lube, the #10 YKK rip zippers get stuck quite a bit.
Aside from that, this bag fits me perfectly. I carry quite a bit of gear and tech and this handles it with ease. I got the UA24 last fall, and it was perfect for cooler weather when I have a jacket and some extra clothing and gear. However, when the weather warmed up, that bag was drooping from being only 2/3 full. I pack a 13.3" laptop, Tab S7, Thule mini shuttle tech pouch, Adventure First Aid Kit, Maxpedition CAP, Maxpedition personal care kit, cap and gloves, snacks, umbrella, Berkey Sport water bottle, bluetooth speaker, and a Sig P365.
MysteryRanch RipRuck 15 is a very nicely built backpack and a love it. The only issue I have is that it is a little small. Because I'm 6'2
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