MYSTERY RANCH Names Polar Explorer John Huston to Ambassador Team

Huston Is First Arctic Explorer to Join Team
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Huston Is First Arctic Explorer to Join Team

Bozeman, MT. - February 20, 2018 

John Houston

John Huston

MYSTERY RANCH, the industry-leading pack company built on a heritage of comfortable load carriage, function and durability for people who have a mission to accomplish, has named Polar Explorer John Huston to the brand’s Ambassador Team. Huston is the first arctic explorer to join the team, which is comprised of cutting edge climbers, backpackers, hunters, explorers, and skiers.

Huston was part of the first American unsupported expedition to the North Pole and has completed major expeditions to the South Pole, Greenland and Canada’s fabled Ellesmere Island. Coming up in 2018, he is planning a trip to the mountains of Norway and will continue his work as an expedition safety and logistics consultant, wilderness guide and motivational speaker. Huston also works with youth and at-risk teens to grow, develop, and encourage fun in wilderness settings.

“I find the most satisfaction from hardworking everyday moments,” says Huston. “Whether it is skiing into the alpenglow of the midnight sun or the camaraderie that comes with a team safely pitching a tent in a howling blizzard, I live for moments in which effort and reward seamlessly flow together.”

The partnership with MYSTERY RANCH is a natural fit for Huston. “MYSTERY RANCH makes hard-working, professional backpacks. They get the design and details right, and they don’t cut corners. Those qualities are really important to me and my work,” he adds.

Learn more about John Huston and all the ambassadors who personify the MYSTERY RANCH mission.


Founded in 2000, MYSTERY RANCH is committed to building the finest load carriage equipment in the world. A product-driven company from the beginning, MYSTERY RANCH designs packs for the job that needs to get done, for the people committed to doing it, with the best materials available and the most durable construction methods that exist. For more: #BuiltForTheMission


Erin Brosterhous