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Lunch Bag and Lunch Tote

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0.65 LBS

“Brown Bag” your lunch Frost River style with one of our reusable, waxed canvas Lunch Bags. Durable and water resistant (also fruit juice, salad dressing, applesauce, and hummus resistant), either of these three styles will hold up to years of daily use. The Original Lunch Bag has a rolled top and leather closure strap. The SB Lunch Bag also has a rolled top, it offers a more substantial closure with a brass post and slotted strap. The Lunch Tote doesn’t roll, it has a snap closure with twin handles. All three styles are handcrafted at Frost River in Duluth Minnesota. —Keep your snacks where they belong and do something sustainable for yourself and the planet. Pack your lunch in a Frost River Lunch Bag. Lunch Tote now available in high visibility Hunter Orange and SB Lunch Bag now available in low visibility Heritage Black. Frost River Canvas My State Buckskin Patch Info Below.


933 – Lunch Bag, 966 – SB Lunch Bag, 934 – Lunch Tote


Lunch Bag, Lunch Bag SB: 11″h x 8″w x 5″d. (520 c.i.), Lunch Tote: 7″h x 11″w x 4″d.


Lunch Bag, Lunch Bag SB: 0.50 lbs. Lunch Tote: 0.25 lbs.


Lunch Bag: Harness leather strap. Lunch Bag SB: Brass post with slotted strap. Lunch Tote: Brass button snap


Lunch Bag, Lunch Bag SB: 18 oz. waxed canvas, premium leather, solid brass. Lunch Tote: 10.10 oz canvas, 1″cotton web, brass snap.


Field Tan, Hunter Orange, Heritage Black

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    Well made, beautiful... poorly designed to the point of uselessness

    Posted by David Hershey on Jul 28th 2017

    I received the Frost River Lunch Bag as a birthday present and it is a beautifully made item. Brass tacks, leather straps, substantial waxed canvas so this is a lunch bag that should last for years. Unfortunately after a couple weeks of use I can firmly say it pretty much fails the job of being a lunch bag. As a prop in a pinterest shoot this is your 5 star bag. If you need your lunch bag to win the beauty contest that is the office fridge, consider yourself the “king of the break room”. However if you need to get your lunch from your kitchen table to the work fridge in anything more than 20 steps you are going to hate this thing immediately. The problem is there is no handle, strap or any way to hold the bag other than to roll down the top edge of the bag and hang on. Hanging on is made harder by the inch wide leather closure strap, which crosses over the middle of the roll top and is uncomfortable to try and grab onto leaving you to grab the sides of the roll top. Your experience may vary but I am back in the market for a lunch bag with only 11 months to go until my next birthday