Traditional Archery: Breaking Down the Gear

Traditional Archery: Breaking Down the Gear

Out of any outdoor pursuit I’ve been a part of, hunting has my favorite gear. I will attribute some of my affinity to growing up as a tomboy in Girl Scouts and finally getting the knives and technical toys I’ve always wanted. On a broader scale, I don’t know a single product designer in the hunting industry who doesn’t actually hunt themselves. This is paired with a strong feedback loop from us, their customers because season after season we truly put things to the test.
Traditional Archery: How it’s all Getting Started.

Traditional Archery: How it’s all Getting Started.

For the last four years, I’ve been learning how to hunt in Utah. I’ve enjoyed successful big game seasons, and have learned many lessons the hard way as all hunters do. However seasoned, the unforgiving nature of making a bad shot, or a noisy stalk ensures that we will learn from our experiences and commit them to memory, just as we do our successes and moments of rapture in the wilderness.
MYSTERY RANCH Jump Pack System

MYSTERY RANCH Jump Pack System

Here is the complete line of MYSTERY RANCH jump packs. Developed several years ago working closely with the MFF community, the packs cover the gamut of sizes. The smallest of the line up is the JUMP RATS, a rapid-access trauma bag, then JUMP KOMODO assault pack at 45 liters, followed by the OVERLOAD, weapons carry […]
Be Ready for Fall Hunting Checklist

Be Ready for Fall Hunting Checklist

According to the calendar, it's spring here in Montana, but from the amount of snow still on the ground and random snowstorms still making an appearance, it's obvious that winter just barely loosened its grip.
Campfire Legends Contest | Win a STEIN

Campfire Legends Contest | Win a STEIN

What’s your favorite campfire legend? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Ours is backpacking with our favorite MYSTERY RANCH packs on one of our favorite trails in the Crazy Mountain Range and ending the day with the crackle of a fire, dodging the smoke blowing your way and taking turns spinning yarns. Summer has come to an end, and we […]

The Anatomy of a Travel Backpack

As an enthusiastic and seasoned traveler, suitcases just don’t do it for me anymore. I travel fast and light. Skipping baggage check and baggage claim is how I roll. Whether I’m flying from Denver to Las Vegas for a weekend of blackjack and desert adventures or going across the country to Washington D.C. and Boston […]
How to Choose the Right Women’s Backpacking Pack

How to Choose the Right Women’s Backpacking Pack

With a pang of sadness, I’m hanging up my powder skis after a final day of slaying in Colorado, and I’m settling in for what outdoor enthusiasts call the “shoulder season.” Now is the time when the outdoor community rests and begins planning summer backpacking, climbing, and mountain biking adventures. My backpacking list for the […]
Kansas Whitetails – Part 2

Kansas Whitetails – Part 2

Reflecting on my hunting roots in the river bottom timber
Kansas Whitetails – Part 1

Kansas Whitetails – Part 1

Reflecting on my hunting roots in the river bottom timber