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Woodsman Pack

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SKU:
633538001500
UPC:
633538001500
Weight:
4.60 LBS
$300.00
Woodsman No.757 by Frost River.

We've scaled down the bestselling Old No.7 Pack for smaller loads, smaller people, shorter trips. Just like its larger brother, the Woodsman has a double bottom, tumpline, cord, D-rings on the side, and padded shoulder straps trimmed with super-soft and supple buckskin. Large Daypack or Small Canoe Pack? You decide, since this pack excels at both, A great first canoe pack for the budding paddler in your crew.

SIZE

18"h x 16" w x 6"d

VOLUME

1728 c.i. (Actual) 3110 c.i. (Expanded approx.)

POCKETS

2 external slip, 1 internal map pocket.

CLOSURE

Interior rain flaps, large flap over main compartment.

SHOULDER STRAPS

Harness leather, foam pad, buckskin.

COMPRESSION SYST   

Leather straps and buckles, para cord, d-rings.

BASE

Double canvas.

MATERIALS

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

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  • 5
    Woodsman Pack

    Posted by John Goddard/ Donner Outdoors on Apr 19th 2019

    Quite literally the most rugged pack I have ever purchased. I have been researching brand after brand, pining for a bag/pack that would last past a few trips and I'm certain I've found it. I know one day I'll have to hang up my oars and retire quietly, but I rest easy knowing when that day comes, my Frost River Woodsman pack will still be going strong.
    I will speak Frost River's praise around the campfire for years to come.

  • 5
    Fits more than you would think!

    Posted by Geoff on Mar 12th 2019

    I've had this pack for 8 years and it has never let me down. The straps are long for a reason as they allow you to load extra gear on top of the main portion of your bag. I usually put something soft and space consuming there because it cinches down easier and will save a ton of space in your pack for everything else. Works great and looks good; ideal for the canoe camper! Unfortunately mine ripped at the buckle so I will be sending it in to hopefully be repaired. It's gone through a lot of trips wet, frozen, muddy, and packed full, but that's what they're made for!