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Sojourn Pack

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The Sojourn Pack is made of waxed canvas, premium leather, and solid brass hardware. These materials are high quality and will last a lifetime.

“so·journ noun : a period of time when you stay in a place as a traveler or guest” - Merriam-Webster Dictionary seems to indicate that if a temporary stay has you carrying stuff along, you could consider stowing it in a Sojourn Pack. This could be a "do-it-all" pack for use on or off the beaten path. Two styles available: The Sojourn is a box style pack where there are gussets sewn into each side, and offers a full length slip pocket inside at the back. Your choice to have it padded or not. All have a hanging zippered pocket. They're crafted from waxed canvas, solid brass, and premium leather at Frost River in Duluth Minnesota, USA. Available in Heritage Black as well as Field Tan, the Sojourn Padded Pack lets you choose which environment to blend in with, and which you'd like to carry with you. In Heritage Black, it's professional, sleek and understated. Heritage Black features all the same high quality materials as Field Tan, leather from Red Wing, MN, waxed canvas and solid brass hardware. It's built right from the start in Duluth, MN. The Sojourn is crafted in solid black with a contrast of field tan for the internal padded sleeve. Throughout it features our solid brass. Here's a pack you'll enjoy for decades to come.


824-80 Sojourn Padded Sleeve, 824 – Sojourn, 824-80-N Sojourn Padded Sleeve in Heritage Black, 834-80 Sojourn Skinny Padded Sleeve


Box Style: 16″h x 15″w x 5″d. 1200 c.i. (Approx.), Skinny is Envelope Style 18"h x 14"w


Box Style: Regular sleeve: 2.70 lbs. Padded sleeve: 3.00 lbs.


Internal hanging zipper pocket, full-height slip pocket (inside back). Outside slip pockets. No Outside Slip Pockets on the Skinny


Large flap over main compartment (snap closure on padded sleeve model.)


2.25″ Pistol belt cotton web.


1″ Cotton web.


Double Canvas.


18 oz. waxed canvas, premium leather, solid brass hardware.

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  • 5
    Sojourn Pack

    Posted by GrowUpDaveyBoy on Jan 16th 2021

    Beautifully made, perfect size as your clothing/personal day pack on a canoe trip, or a carry-on. Good for a 2-3 days travel pack. I love packs like this; you can cram quite a bit into them, but not enough that they become annoyingly heavy. And Frost River's waxed canvas is essentially waterproof. I've had a couple of their packs for several years and nothing's ever gotten wet. Did I mention how much I love this thing as a carry-on?

  • 5

    Posted by Chris Perry on Jan 24th 2020

    Now is my favorite pack. I have the basket and isle Royale which I do enjoy. This pack is the perfect size for day hike or multi night outing.

  • 4
    Sojourn - padded

    Posted by DPG on Sep 10th 2019

    Excellent workmanship, looks fantastic, and fits in a surprising amount. Got this bag to replace a large messenger bag I’ve used for work for the last 8 years. I wanted an all purpose bag I could use for work and play, and this bag fits the bill. It’s loaded with everything I need for work and has loads of space left for other things if I need. Looking forward to this bag being with me for many years to come. I bought a small and a medium zipped organiser to supplement the internal hanging zip pocket. I like those a lot too. They hold all my bits and pieces, have flat bottoms which is nice. Think I will order a large to act as a toiletries bag. I got the padded version as the bag will have a laptop (or two) in it during the week. I was expecting more padding, I double checked the label attached thinking maybe I’d got the unpadded bag. There does seem to be a sheet of foam in there but it is very thin - like not much thicker than the canvas itself. Compared to the foam in my old messenger which is 1/4 inch thick. If you expect your bag to get thrown around a little I would recommend getting a neoprene sleeve to supplement. I’m a little disappointed for the extra $30 that very thin foam layer costs. The side slip pockets are good enough to hold a 20oz flask. I tried a Kleen canteen goes in snug but easy to get back out. Same with a Costco type Thermo flask and your typical cycling water bottle (camelbak 25oz). Also works well for something like a compact umbrella or a hatchet (though with the latter you might want to pack it in a bit to stop it moving around or jumping out). All in all still very pleased, just a shame about the lite padding.