Rip Ruck 32

Rip Ruck 32 is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 76.
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SKU: Rip Ruck 32

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Quick access and optimal organization.

The RIP RUCK 32, the largest in the series, - the Swiss Army Knife - has two main compartments: a zip access to separate laptop and document sleeve and a rip-zip compartment that has a sleeve, zippered mesh pocket and plenty of space for all your other must-haves. Other features include side stretch-woven pockets, PALS webbing and daisy chain for attaching accessories, and plenty of exterior pockets – four to be exact – for quick access and organization.

  • These bags feature the same design principles and durability that MYSTERY RANCH is known for and are built to survive the harshest commute, wherever that may be.
  • Reinforced top haul handle
  • Top zip access to separate laptop, document, and accessory compartment
  • Molded body panel
  • Floating padded sleeve fits laptops up to 15”
  • Divided zippered mesh pocket on the padded floating computer sleeve
  • Two lower rip-zip pockets with quick pull magnetic open and close
  • PALS webbing on top of lid for MOLLE accessories
  • Silicone logo on a bed of Velcro® to accommodate morale patches
  • Additional document sleeve is lined with Velcro® for attaching accessories
  • Quick rip-zip panel access to drop-in compartment for easy one handed open and close and secures with magnets
  • Front daisy chain for attaching accessories
  • 330 Robic fabric
  • YKK® DWR coated zippers
NameUPC Code
Rip Ruck 32-Black-S/M888564188255
Rip Ruck 32-Black-L/XL888564188248
Rip Ruck 32-Foliage-S/M888564188279
Rip Ruck 32-Foliage-L/XL888564188262
Rip Ruck 32-Wood-S/M888564188293
Rip Ruck 32-Wood-L/XL888564188286
DUNS Number:059122783
3.8 lb
1955 cu-ins
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heading to right direction in most partsDesign update and volume increase are great plus to RR product line. Additional pockets here and there, bottle pockets on the side (nice!), decent laptop pocket. All excellent update. My disappointment were the carry...shoulder straps and waist belt, as well as the material used on these are weren’t the best. They feel thin and no space mesh like old MR. I live in hot humid climate most of year and having space mesh somewhat mitigate heat build up. That’s my only concern of this great EDC pack.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from No Heavy LoadsI've had the Rip Ruck 32 for a few weeks now and have used it as my EDC bag and for a ruck up Scafell Pike in the Lake District of England, UK. In my opinion, it is a phenomenal bag, but it does have its issues. Primarily, comfort. Heavier loads in the Rip Ruck can be uncomfortable because of the thin foam support provided by the shoulder straps. Not an issue for loads less than 25lbs, but anything over that gets uncomfortable quick.
Date published: 2020-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The new Diaper BagMaybe not the market Mystery Ranch is going for, but I think an undersold function of this amazing bag. Dad of a little boy, soon to be 2 little boys, and the wife gave me the green light to pick an upgraded diaper bag for us. This thing checks every box and makes for a great all around pack for when I'm not hauling kid stuff around. Great size, access to main compartment is perfect for extra cloths / diapers / wipes / whatever. Side water holders are perfect for bottles, front pockets for snacks, rear panel for the ipad, side compartments for toys. This thing really hits the mark. And when the kids are older this will become my go to for day hikes and everyday carry for my stuff. Plus it's Mystery Ranch, so it'll stand the test of time. Super well built and I'm sure it'll hold up for years. Any dads out there, you can't go wrong with this one.
Date published: 2020-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I call it Uncle RuckusThis is my fourth Mystery Ranch bag, so I might be a little bit of a homer. With that being said, one of my pet peeves on bags is that they lack the side pockets for the water container of your liking. This has two, so that is a nice feature. I love the way the bag has the magnetic tabs, so if you forget to zip it up there is "some" type of closure. The only thing I wish it had to put it over the top would've been a small velour type pocket for phone, keys, etc. The pockets in front will do fine but, I have big hands and sometimes its hard fishing for my small items in those pockets. I know first world problems. Other than that great bag.
Date published: 2021-02-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I wanted to love this bagSo the features are exactly what i was looking for in a EDC bag, compared to the 2DAP this bag comes with a functional waist belt, allowing you to at least take the bag on and off-road. But lets talk about the yolk and the shoulder padding, there isn't any padding, it a thin piece of foam that molds to your shoulders like a thin piece of memory foam which is practically useless. It really doesn't feel comfortable to carry any more than 25 pounds, and that's pretty sad, I carry a 6 pound laptop (with cord), a 32oz nalgene, 2 books, around 3-5 pounds each, another 5 subject notebook, and just a pelican 1040 case with pens and USB's. This isn't even a lot of things to carry on your EDC and the bag is just super uncomfortable. And the Yoke, why design backpacks with interchangeable yokes but this one is specifically to this bag, i tried swapping in my extra hunting yoke for at least double padding and the straps are too thick to run through the small plastic clips, so honestly this bag is a no from me, dawg. Attached pictures are the usual amount of things i carry to class, the shoulder strap thickness, and the plastic clip thickness. For reference, I'm a 28 year old college student
Date published: 2020-07-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Honestly, a bit disappointedFor the most part, the build quality is good. The only issue I have is one of the zippers on the main latch has a bit of a hiccup midway through. Hopefully it is rectified with further break in.Some design considerations that I'm not a fan of. The water bottle carriers are too loose, and there aren't any ways of cinching them down for tightness. I can't count how many times my HydroFlask has fell on my head as I've bent over to pick something up. Additionally, the strings on the small, magnetic latches always come loose. Potential for loss.
Date published: 2023-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nearly a perfect bagSeems like a lot of other people have gone into a lot of detail on this bag, so I'll hit on the major bits. Love the tuck away waist straps to help when you're going long/have a heavy load. Magnetic rip ups are sick, and speed up access. Front pockets are great, but access is a little tough for bigger hands. The PALS on the sides/top and daisy chain allow you to hook quick stuff and also increase carrying capacity with pouches, gear. As another mentioned, would've been nice to have more meat in the shoulder straps, though not a deal breaker for me. MR - can you make some strap on shoulder pads?? And another comment I find the most room for improvement is that the front and side pockets, when used, eat up precious cargo room on the interior. Not stoked on that. All considered, it's a keeper and definite upgrade from my North Face Recon, and much less 'hey look at me, I"m in the military' than my issued bags.
Date published: 2021-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid EDC pack with nice organizationThe Rip Ruck 32 is an interesting pack. The layout of the main compartment serves as a large bucket to dump things, while the laptop compartment, side pockets, front pouches and side zippered pockets allow for a more organized carry. I use the pack to carry camera gear along with the usual dad-carry gear like snacks, drinks, extra clothing, first aid kit, and frisbees, etc. I find the suspension system quite comfortable and I actually like the fact that the shoulder straps aren't overly padded. They (the shoulder straps) are nicely contoured and once you have the system dialed in for your torso, everything wraps and hangs nicely.Older MR packs I own with less engineered shoulder straps are far less comfortable under load. I appreciate the effort to use modern materials and construction to help keep comfort up and weight down.Now more on the organization: The front "rip" pockets fasten with a clever combination of magnetic buckle and looped zipper pulls. This combo works well and I haven't had any problems using them one-handed, which is really nice. You can either pull up on the pull string on the buckle to rip open the pouches or yank on the looped zipper pulls. Closing the pouches is as easy as simply pulling down the zipper pulls. The pushes themselves are large enough to cram a decent amount of snack bars and EDC tools. The laptop compartment is robust and features a coated zipper, which should keep that equipment dry in a light shower. I always like seeing coated zippers on bags, (I live in the Pacific Northwest), but I wonder about the water resistance of the bag material. The sides of the bag's main compartment are a single layer of material and all of the sewing required to attach the PALS webbing has likely compromised the weatherproofing of the bag. Despite this concern, the laptop compartment has a thoughtful floating sleeve that prevents the laptop from flexing with the bag. There is plenty of room in that compartment for most 15" laptops plus room for a tablet or papers. The side water bottle pockets are capacious and the stretchy material allows the pockets to open wide for other items. I've stuffed shoes, large water bottles, jackets, and trash into the mesh pockets with room to spare. The zippered stash pockets on the upper sides of the pack body are just right for phones, wallets and other mid-size items.One drawback of this pack for me is the "hidden" openings behind the water bottle pockets which are intended to hold the waist belts when not in use. I rarely use waist belts on day packs and would rather completely remove the waist belt to save weight. On tis pack, about half of the waist belt is removable, but the rest is designed to fold up and into these hidden pockets. While the belt ends do indeed tuck nicely into these pockets, they remain open and debris such as sand can enter the pockets easily. In fact, in my use of the pack in a sandy dune and beach environment, I found sand had made its way into every part of the pack except the laptop compartment. Something to keep in mind if you are carrying sensitive equipment.All in all, I like the Rip Ruck 32. It's a great size for most EDC with room for extras like camera gear. It would function as an overnight pack for someone willing to pack ultralight, and with the external PALS webbing, you could add a lot to the outside of the pack. It's a very tough and user-friendly pack that should serve well for years.
Date published: 2020-09-04
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