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  • The Padfolio by Frost River is made in America out of waxed canvas, premium leather, and solid brass hardware.

    Padfolio

    $110.00

    The Padfolio will become a humble extension of your home office, given half a chance. It won’t hold your laptop, or even a cup of coffee, but it serves as an exquisite writing desk. Use it as a file drawer for recipes, outgoing mail, business...

  • The Tent Pole Packages are made of heavy duty aluminum poles. This item is available in two styles, campfire and whelen lean-to. This product is made in the USA and built to last.

    Tent Pole Packages

    $150.00

    These heavy duty aluminum poles are machined to precisely work with the campfire tents. The two long vertical poles are two piece construction-- the inside pole is ¾” diameter the outer is 7/8”. The short poles used at the rear of the...

  • The Tregurtha is the largest canoe pack that Frost River sells and it is sure to hold everything you may want to bring on you adventure.

    Tregurtha Canoe Pack

    $490.00

    The largest canoe pack in the land, the Tregurtha is a beast of a pack. At 29″ square and 6″ deep, you can definitely afford to take the kitchen sink. If you need the biggest canoe pack out there, here it is. At 1,013 feet, six inches in...

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    Bush Cooker

    $120.00

    Crafted of titanium in the U.S.A., the Bush Cooker is built and designed by the folks at Four Dog Stove Company. There is some serious engineering that go into these little jewels of combustion. Turbine-like fins encourage air flow as it burns sticks,...

  • The Paddle Sack is made of waxed canvas and closed with webbed cotton. The interior is lined with flannel to protect the paddle.

    Paddle Sack

    $105.00

    Let only the well-earned nicks show on your paddle. When on the road and between canoe trips, protect your paddle in a Frost River Paddle Sack. That way you will remember where each rock left it's mark on the blade and be sure that the dent in the shaft...