Radix 57

Radix 57 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7.
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SKU: Radix 57

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Short on weight but not on comfort

The RADIX 57 is the MYSTERY RANCH solution for a lightweight pack that does not sacrifice the comfort or the load bearing capabilities that we are well known for. This super technical 57-liter pack is built with lightweight Ultra-PE Birdseye and recycled Robic Ripstop fabric. It is small, breathable, and fast while offering plenty of storage features while taking the edge off multiple-day ascents and long stretches of through-hikes without compromising toughness. The removable frame and lid can adjust to meet all your ounce and gram needs and gives you the option of how you want to carry those numbers. The versatile harnessing comes in men’s and women’s sizing for optimal comfort and fit for endurance while crushing hundreds of miles of trail.

  • Removable 7000 Series, aerospace aluminum frame offers just the right load-bearing support for what your mountain mission requires
  • Removable and repairable compression web and repairable trim means that this pack won’t be wearing out anytime soon
  • Off-center zipper for more convenient accessibility
  • Removable pocketed lid gives you the option of keeping your snacks, camera, and other essentials close at hand on the trail
  • Removable pocketed waist belt keeps you snacks, phone, or sunglasses easily accessible
  • Easily compressible front and side pockets are perfect for holding light layers, water bottles, and/or things you need to get to or stash away quickly
  • Adjustable lightweight harnessing makes your hike that much more comfortable
  • Men’s and women’s harnessing options for a superior ergonomic fit with your body
  • Hydration reservoir compatible
  • Technical Ultra-PE Birdseye
  • Recycled 100D Robic Ripstop
  • YKK® zippers
NameUPC Code
Radix 57-Black/Hunter-S888564208960
Radix 57-Black/Hunter-M888564208953
Radix 57-Black/Hunter-L888564208946
Radix 57-Black/Hunter-XL888564208977
Radix 57-White/Hunter-S888564209004
Radix 57-White/Hunter-M888564208991
Radix 57-White/Hunter-L888564208984
Radix 57-White/Hunter-XL888564209011
DUNS Number:059122783
3.8 lb
3635 cu-ins
Harnessing Style
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great packFeels lighter than it is when fully loaded, as MR packs usually do. The adjustability is great which also helps make the pack so comfortable. Perfect pack for the weight conscious backpacker not looking to go ultralight, it really shines between 20-35 lbs load carry and can easily handle loads up to at least 45 pounds. And the price is at least as good as any of the competitors.
Date published: 2024-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome backpackVery comfortable pack, lightweight but still able to handle a good load. I particularly appreciate the fact it has a brain. It’s not commun for lightweight packs.
Date published: 2024-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeding expectationsThis pack has everything I could have asked for, the pockets are perfect and the room is great.
Date published: 2024-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is too light to be a Mystery Ranch Pack!I received my Radix 57 a couple of weeks ago and while I haven't used it yet, it is packed and adjusted for my trip. I do have some thoughts and nitpicks.First - I wish the top closure would fully close so that if you choose not to use the lid you could. A simple roll top would work to protect the inside from the elements.Second - the attachment points on the shoulder straps don't work well for a water bottle holder or phone pouch.Third - One of the waist belt pouches needs to be bigger since my Samsung A53 won't fit in the pouch and I can't use my phone pouch on the shoulder straps.My final thought is the straps really don't need to be as long as they are. I have little doubt I will love the pack since I own a Bridger and had a Dana Designs ArcFlex Astralplane I purchased in "88". This pack is much bigger than I expected, I probably could have gotten by with the Radix 47. The Radix seems comfortable and I am looking forward to using it soon.
Date published: 2024-02-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Carries wellI have a Terraframe 65 that has served me well for quite a few years but with age and wisdom I decided I wanted something lighter. I was researching ultralight packs when I saw a YouTube review of the Radix 57 and I decided to buy it in February. I have around a 50 late winter miles on it so far. The build quality is good with the expected tradeoffs of a lightweight product. I don’t like the finicky small buckles that are tough to use with gloves on but I’ll get used to them I suppose. The waist belt is comfortable with adequate sized pockets. The shoulder straps are comfortable. The yoke adjusts easily. The only real miss is the side pocket design. It is difficult to get a water bottle in and out of them while wearing the pack. It becomes impossible [for me at least) while winter backpacking when I wear a bulkier jacket and gloves. I am 6 ft/200 lbs with decent to good flexibility in my shoulders and torso but the location, angle and top hem of the pockets just aren’t conducive for easy access of a water bottle while wearing the pack. Again, this could just be me. Your experience may be different. I like the pack overall, more so when I use a water bladder instead of bottles. It’s just that using a water bladder works against being able to have a lighter load.
Date published: 2024-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight and StrongPack is lightweight and durable so far. Ive only used it a few times with a full loadout. ( including a 10lb tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, food and water.)
Date published: 2024-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Best Backpack!I replaced my NorthFace Banchee 65 with the Radix 57. And the ease of loading and unloading the backpack is just freaking awesome.
Date published: 2024-06-09
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