Explorer Duffel Bag
A solid, heavy duty duffel– great gear bags for African safaris, weekend trips, or hockey practice. Available in four sizes. More details below.Product Info
Our most robust duffel bags, the Explorers are built to handle heavy loads. Tough, wide, web handles go around the circumference of the bag. There’s a dust flap over the main zipper to protect the opening and keep contents dry. A roomy pocket on the side closes with a leather strap and brass post. There’s a grab handle on one end and a low profile zip pocket on the other.
Four sizes make up the Explorer line –the small is neat and trim for just the basics, sized like a gym bag. The CarryOn is a weekend bag that is compliant to bring on board commercial airlines. The Medium is bigger, a handy gear bag for the outdoors. The Large Explorer lives up to its name. It begins to approach the scale of a hockey bag. It can carry a LOT. All are built from waxed canvas, premium leather, and solid brass hardware at Frost River in Duluth Minnesota.
|Size / Volume||
Sm. 9.5″h x 19″w x 9.5d. 1715 c.i., C.O: 13″h x 20″w x 12″d. 3120 c.i., Md. 13″h x 24.5″w x 12″d. 3822 c.i., Lg. 15.5″h x 31″w x 13″d. 6247 c.i.
Sm. 3 lbs, C.O. 3.6 lbs, Md. 4 lbs, Lg. 4.8 lbs. (Approx.)
1 external front pocket with leather strap closure, 1 zippered pocket on end of bag.
2″ cotton web with leather handle cover, web grab handle on end of bag.
2″ cotton web, adjustable slide, snap hooks.
18 oz. waxed canvas, premium leather, solid brass hardware.
WE JUST PLAIN GUARANTEE OUR STUFF.
We guarantee the hardware and workmanship on Frost River’s waxed canvas and leather packs, bags, and accessories forever. If we built it, we know the seams will stay strong, the zippers will work and the rivets and hardware will hold securely, and we take pride in building reliable softgoods at our shop in Duluth, Minnesota. We realize that stuff happens in life and rugged wilderness travel is tough on bags, and that if you use your gear hard, it will wear out eventually. That’s why it’s important to us that everything we make is highly repairable, usually worth repairing, and that we’ll be here to mend them with patches, straps, repairs, and fixes through a lifetime in the field — after all, the blemishes, scars, patches and stains in your pack each tell their own story, don’t they?
We stand behind all our craftsmanship and hardware. We guarantee the seams on your Frost River bag will stay sewn together, the rivets will hold, the zippers will work, and the buckles will do their job for as long as you (or your grandkids) have your bag. The lustre on the hardware will fade and patina, and the seams will age, but they’ll hold, and keep on working. If they don’t, and your product fails due to flaws in craftsmanship or hardware, we will repair or replace it at our discretion to get your gear back in service. Please send any warranty or repair products to us in clean condition. You can read more about caring for you Frost River gear in our frequently asked questions section.
What’s not covered?
Our warranty does not cover normal wear and tear on the canvas, leather, or straps. We use great materials, — the best we can find — they’re tough and will hold up to all sorts of use and abuse. However, we cannot guarantee cotton and leather to last forever. We can, and do, make repairs to canvas bags at a reasonable rate, both Frost River, and sometimes other brands. If you’d like to get more information, or request a quote on a repair job, contact us at email@example.com or call the shop (it can help to send a photo or two).
The Fine Print…
All warranty and repair work requires postage to be paid to and from the shop. We reserve the right to replace a Frost River item if we feel it cannot logically be repaired, and refuse service if your pack or bag comes to us in an unclean condition. If a replacement is issued, the original will not be returned. Damage due to excessive wear and tear, damage caused by an animal, abuse, misuse, neglect, an act of God or nature, and damage due to modifications are not covered by our warranty. Please get a hold of us by using the contact us tab if you have any questions.
Do I need proof of purchase?
The short answer, is no, you do not need a proof of purchase. We build all Frost River reliable softgoods ourselves and we put our signature on each and every piece. If your bag has that little Frost River tag, (called a taffeta) it’s covered by our warranty. We will gladly work with you to repair bags and gear sent without the taffeta, but they are not covered by our guarantee. If you have any questions, please get a hold of us by using the contact info here.
Why we guarantee Frost River’s Reliable Softgoods
We take pride in keeping canvas bags out in the world, and will work with you to keep yours in working order. We offer a lifetime guarantee because we know how durable our products are; we built them, and because we did, we can take yours apart, fix it, and get it back to you again for more years of service.
Your order will be processed immediately upon receipt. As a manufacturer that prides itself on the handcrafted nature of our products, please understand that it may take a few days for your order to be built up. Orders with items that are in stock will ship out right away on the next business day, and if a production build has to be launched for your order, it may take up to 5 business days to get things ready. You will receive a confirmation email from us once your order is entered into our production system, and you will receive an email from your shipping provider once your package leaves our building.
If you need expedited shipping it is a good idea to give us a call to find out if the item is available for immediate shipping. You can reach us at 218.727.1472 or 800.FROST84. If your order is placed after 3pm CST, it will not be processed until the next day.
Shipping timeframe for international shipping will be dependent on the chosen carrier. We do not have control over any Duties / Tariff’s and said costs will be the customers responsibility.
WHEN WE SHIP
Every day that our carriers are open, we can ship packages. Weekend and Holiday orders will be sent the first available shipping business day.
HOLIDAY SHIPPING DEADLINES
Head over to our Shipping Policies page to see service area maps for FedEx, UPS, and USPS.
Christmas shipping in the Continental US:
We work to process orders as quickly as possible once we receive them, but if you place your order after 3pm CST, it’s likely that it will go with the following day’s shipment if your items are all in stock. We will work as hard as we can to get your orders picked and shipped as quickly as possible once we receive your order. The dates below are the final ship days that we’ve been told by our carriers for Christmas delivery, so place your orders before then if you’d like to get them under the tree. Feel free to send us an email or give us a call if you have any questions. Happy Holidays!
Wednesday December 14th (Last day for standard shipping through UPS & FedEx with pre-Christmas delivery, choose Expedited or USPS after the 14th)
Our last day to ship all orders through normal UPS & FedEx services for Christmas delivery. Orders placed before the 14th will be eligible for Christmas delivery with all carriers for in-stock items.
UPS – Last day for ground christmas delivery
FedEx -Last for FedEx ground christmas delivery
USPS – Normal Schedule
Monday December 19th (Last day for 3-day select via UPS)
Today is our last day to ship orders via UPS 3-day select for Christmas delivery.
UPS – Last day for 3 day select to be delivered by Christmas
FedEx -No FedEx Home Delivery
USPS – Normal Schedule
Tuesday December 20th (Last day for 2-day services & USPS 1st Class Mail – get your orders in!)
Today is our last day to ship UPS via 2nd Day Air, FedEx via 2day, and USPS via 1st class mail to arrive before Christmas.
UPS – Last day for 2nd day air to arrive before Christmas
FedEx – Last Day for FedEx 2day
USPS – Last Day for 1st class mail
Wednesday December 21st (Last day for Overnight)
UPS – Normal Pickup/Delivery
FedEx – Last Day for FedEx Overnight
USPS – Normal Schedule Last Day for Priority Mail
Friday December 23rd (Last day for special overnight expedited delivery)
UPS – Last Day for UPS next day air saturday delivery for christmas eve
FedEx – No FedEx ground pickups
USPS – Last Day for USPS Priority Mail Express
Monday December 26th
The diligent folks that deliver our packages through UPS, FedEx and USPS will be taking a much-deserved day off. No deliveries or pick-ups today. Thanks for all your help!