Blitz 35

Blitz 35 is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 34.
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SKU: Blitz 35
$329.00

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Your go-to bag for your daily missions.

The BLITZ 35 offers a tactical solution to your everyday needs. Side zip access allows you to get to every item in your pack and the external PALS webbing is ready for tech holsters or added accessories. Whether work or school, the loop-lined laptop sleeve, internal bottle pockets and attached admin lid offer rich, daily-use features, yet the hydro-ported body panel is ready for off-road adventures. The BLITZ 35 will undoubtedly be your go-to bag for your daily missions.

  • Durable fabric and hardware choices combined with top-loading access and thoughtful organization make for a cross-functional EDC.  
  • A low-profile, removable pocketed waist belt allows you to have access when you want it or keep it streamlined.  
  • Quick access via the body panel gets you directly to the tools you need with a padded, floating laptop sleeve that fits laptops up to 15”. 
  • Regardless of what the day has in store, the three main pockets and ample PALS webbing keep you organized and offer the ability to accessorize. 
  • Both side and lower compression straps offer flexibility and function for whatever extras you need to bring along.  
  • Side pockets are not just reserved for water bottles and with grommeted drain holes; even if you get caught in a storm, you won’t end up with soggy pockets. 
  • Durable 500D CORDURA® fabric
  • Coated YKK® #10 Zipper
NameUPC Code
Blitz 35-Black-S/M888564199466
Blitz 35-Black-L/XL888564199459
Blitz 35-Coyote-S/M888564199480
Blitz 35-Coyote-L/XL888564199473
Blitz 35-Forest-S/M888564199503
Blitz 35-Forest-L/XL888564199497
CAGE Code:3HXV1
DUNS Number:059122783
Weight
4.4 lb
Volume
2185 cu-ins
Dimensions
21"x12.5"x14.5"
Harnessing Style
Framed
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wanted to Love this bagI'm a small woman, and the sizing chart puts me as the smallest scale. I have a hard time finding any pack to fit me. With all the ways to tweak i thought maybe I would have a chance with this one. With the pack at the smallest it sits high and pulls at my shoulders, and the brain, top pouch hits the back of my head. The second grumble is the pouches on the hip belt are to small not sure what the thoughts were on what would fit. I will be taking the hip belt off sence cinched down its still to big. Will keep the bag and continue to fiddle, maybe after using it more it'll break in.
Date published: 2022-10-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Almost a great pack. Almost.Purchased this about a month ago on sale for a price I couldn't pass up. This is my fourth MR pack. The others being the Pintler, Selway, and Blackjack 80. This pack is pretty large for an EDC, and missing some features that left me scratching my head as to why, and what MR was after. Lack of L/R, or even a middle hydration port, No pass throughs on the bottle pockets for the cinch straps seems just lazy. I'm 5'8" 172lbs. with a 32" waist and the belt has barely enough room for adjustment with just a wind breaker on. I would definitely have to order the larger belt if I planned to use this in cold weather. The belt is fairly useless with the 1" webbing, as well as the belt pockets. They are pretty small and really would only fit a pack of nuts or something. Too large for an EDC, missing too many features to make it a good 3 day, or 3DAP. Dump the almost useless belt pockets, add 2" webbing and make the belt larger so this pack can actually handle it's rated weight capacity and more adjustment for warmer clothing. Add hydration ports and pass throughs for the bottle pockets. This pack would then be worth the $300 imported price point.
Date published: 2022-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great PackWas looking at a lighter version from the military packs I have ordered from Mystery Ranch in the past and a good day pack for work. This pack checks all the boxes. Easy to carry and all materials are solid and well designed. Its nice not having to change packs for flying and every day use as this fits all your needs.
Date published: 2022-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Grab and GoThe Blitz 35 is a great grab and go pack for a variety of roles. Well thought out organization allows you to keep core items like first aid and electronics segregated from role specific items. I've been using the 35 as my primary SAR pack for about two months. It's size and flexibility allow it to be crammed into tight spaces and tossed around, unlike a rigid frame pack. My love affair with MR continues, however there are a couple nuances to be aware of.Comfort: The flexible framesheet allows the bag to "round out" if it is overstuffed. The hipbelt is not stout enough to effectively take the load off of your shoulders, so the 35lb weight rating might be pushing the comfort threshold for some users or on longer carries.Pocketing: The waterbottle pockets are not great for round bottles because they intrude on the interior capacity of the pack and are difficult to stow with a full pack. However, they are almost perfect for Nalgene Oasis canteens (with nesting cup if you wish). I say "almost" because the lower compression straps go over the pocket instead of behind it like some other MR models. To access the bottles you either have to take off the pack or leave the compression straps loose. The hipbelt pockets are small and might not meet the needs of some users, however, they fit two meal bars or a pouch of Skippy perfectly.Size: At 35 liters, it easily handles a summer SAR loadout with a little room to spare. However, my fall/winter kit (for the PNW) will definitely be pushing it, especially if I'm stuck out overnight.This is a great multi-mission pack for EDC or short backcountry forays, but the jury is still out on comfort far afield.
Date published: 2022-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So comfortable I forgot it was on my backBought this for a trip to Utah and Banff it didn’t disappoint in the slightest. Super comfortable pack with a heavy load. Carried camera equipment and the necessities for long day trips with ease. My only complaint is the waist belt could be longer, that said I could drink fewer beers. Very glad I chose the Blitz 35
Date published: 2022-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So much more than expectedI’m not sure who designed this bag, but it definitely comes with some serious experience attached to it. Everything on this bag has been so well thought out. I’ve abandoned my other EDC bag in favor of this one. It definitely stands out a little more but not so bad you look like the sarcastic sheep dog. This pack is my EDC pack for offshore and wildland fire work now. I am a medic that needs a comfortable bag with plenty of space for EDC gear and first line medical equipment. It even holds a radio and a Nalgene bottle securely. The versatility of this bag cannot be understated.
Date published: 2023-06-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor design, weak functionality.Mystery Ranch has a habit of trying to over-engineer their packs and ends up making them a hot mess instead. The Blitz 35 is a good example; it looks good on paper until you actually try one out, and then yuck. Major deficiencies include:1. 35 liter capacity is pushing it. It doesn't matter how many beads you fill the pack with, a 35 liter pack usually holds more than this. I applaud MR for trying to advocate their volume standards, but the Blitz just doesn't hold the same amount of gear as other 35l packs I've used.2. The harness is overkill and messy for such a small pack. I can understand the need for this level of adjustability for a full size pack carrying a full load out, but the Blitz doesn't have enough capacity to justify it. Plus, everybody hates, hates, hates straps flying around everywhere.3. The external pockets are too small and not well designed. They're good for maybe a wallet and keys, but for any sort of real organization and storage they're useless.4. The quality of materials is poor. I know the trend is to go lighter, but I buy a pack for durability and abuse. The Blitz won't be able to stand up to real sustained use in the field.5. Cost vs. value. The pack is overpriced considering it's small capacity and overall lack of utility. Suggested improvements:1. Increase the overall pack size a little bit, particularly the depth and width; this would make it much more user friendly and easier to pack/unpack/carry. If you want to call it a 45 liter pack go ahead, I'm not concerned with labels so much.2. Go back to more durable materials, i.e., 1000D Cordura. Also, utilize more robust zippers and hardware.3. Design better external pockets with more organization and storage capacity.4. Be realistic about cost.
Date published: 2022-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Versatile packVery versatile pack, top lid design allows the monster 35l TK cinch down easily for smaller profile yet side zippers allow quick access to contents both from back (for laptop) and front (for main). My only complaints are the location of strap around the water bottle pocket…I wish it didn’t go over the pocket. Molle is also unnecessary for me, could have been lesser cuts instead (may also save some weight) waist belt are also too narrow, why not full 2” or 1.5”? I have been using this pack for traveling and liking it quite a lot. It also nailed price point.
Date published: 2023-11-25
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