Gallagator is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 37.
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SKU: Gallagator

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An ideal-sized daypack, from the back alley to the backcountry.

Built on the premise to make eccentrically styled moves, wherever the path or rail may lead you. Meet the GALLAGATOR. This durably-built lightweight pack has the Ranch’s 3-Zip access with a top-zipped pocket lid creating a combination, shining with versatility from navigating urban trails and lifestyle to scrambling on dirt or scree. This pack prefers the scenic route.

  • Classic 3-ZIP design for easy, rapid access to the interior
  • Light, flexible, padded frame
  • Fixed harnessing
  • Zippered lid pocket
  • Compression straps
  • Stretch-woven side pockets
  • Hydration reservoir compatible
  • Removable web waist belt
  • 210 Robic and YKK® DWR coated zippers
NameUPC Code
Gallagator-Desert Fox888564191620
DUNS Number:059122783
1.3 lb
1160 cu-ins
Harnessing Style
Fixed Harness
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what i expectedCarried this as a day pack on a 10 day walkabout of japan.It’s a solid, lightweight and incognito pack that always had room.i used it to carry my daily stuff (sweatshirt, 32oz water, misc stuff) and then to carry various packages i picked up and it just kept getting rained 75% of the time and not a thing on the inside was wet.the side pouches fit a nalgene perfectly.was a little worried i’d feel the edges of random stuff i had in my back but there’s good structure and didn’t feel a thing.not much in terms of the end, a lightweight, low key pack that’s easy to carry for kong’s days, water resistant, and plenty of space for a good walkabout.
Date published: 2019-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great sized travel/daypack, so-so harnessI bought this as an upgrade to my old standby pack for a little more size as a carry on. I've been a fan of the tri-zip design for a while - having that easy access to the contents is fantastic.The size pockets have a durable stretch fabric that will accommodate everything from a nesting cup to a 40oz stainless bottle, which is a great feature. My only real knock is the pared down harness - you can fit quite a bit in this pack, but it sure isn't comfortable to carry once it's loaded down. I get that it makes the bag lighter, and could even pack into a larger backpack, but a more padded harness would make this pack much more comfortable for those long days. I'll probably make some sort of additional padding in the future.
Date published: 2019-10-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from geat small packhave had the pack a couple weeks now and have only gotten to use it once for a xc ski tour and liked it. Have been looking for a smaller daypack (18-22 ltrs) for sometime and I was glad MR brought out the Gallagator; liked the 3 zipper feature, but until the Gallagator came out, it was only on larger packs which I already have plenty of- so love that feature! the only things I wish the pack had were a padded waistbelt and padded shoulders, especially if maxing out the pack with stuff. The quality is top notch, of course, it is light and simple and the foliage color is awesome- blends in w/out being camo. I look forward to spring-fall hikes w/ it!
Date published: 2021-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing little packI bought this a little over a month ago for planned use on a trip as a carryon bag that didn't have to go in an overhead compartment. I have since been using it prior to the trip and have been loving it! I use this bag every day as my EDC now and it works great as an overnight bag as well. I am thoroughly impressed with the features such as the side bottle pockets (this little pack can hold 2 32oz Nalgenes with no problem!), and the zippered and leash top pocket that is great for keys and other crucial items. I have been recommending this to all my friends that have asked and am considering another one in a different color for off road trail riding! Another awesome pack that is well designed and well crafted by MR.
Date published: 2019-09-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For alpine/klettersteige climbBought this to use for klettersteige/alpine over nighter in Germany. My goal is to go minimalist on this particular trip. Size is perfect internally for required gear and emergency survival. Only thing I would have liked is a flexible internal option. Even something similar to the issued assault pack hard removable plastic insert. Color is great as well
Date published: 2019-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what i was expectingFirst off, I love the colors of this pack, I got the blue with brown zippers. Well this pack isn't what I was expecting, I was disappointed that the shoulder straps or not padded and that the zippers were not the waterproof zippers. I was also hoping for something a little bit bigger as I need a pack for Canyon operations with our fire department and I was hoping this the bill. I was expecting something a little closer in size and features to the 2-day pack that I already have and love. This will not work for me but it might be a good pack for just a day hiker.
Date published: 2019-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for day hikesBought this bag for day hikes in the Catskills mountain. It's a great bag but I wish it had some pockets for organizing items.
Date published: 2019-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from After more miles, she’s a win!My initial impressions were pretty mediocre, but The more I’ve used the pack the more I’ve come to like it. For trail running, put a reservoir and a layer in the body, and everything else in the head. For quick overnighters, strap a foam pad to the body, and have just enough space for adequate but spartan trips. And everything else should be easy. Oh, and the toggle thing for hanging your water bladder wasn’t intuitive for some reason, but just pull the loop through the handle on a hydra pack or other bladder and wrap the loop around both ends of the toggle, like you’re making a larks head. The straps are still too close together, but I will probably get around to hemming the straps back to give my chubby neck a little more space, and then it will be a universal 1-2 day adventure pack. At least after you ditch the waist belt.
Date published: 2020-01-22
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