The history of the Duluth Pack

Duluth Pack history

If you’ve ever wanted to know, here’s a brief but interesting history of the Duluth Pack, perhaps one of the most enduring symbols of the Boundary Waters experience.

Say what you will about the pimped-out canoe packs of today (yes, I have a few myself). But they can’t touch the beauty, character and old-world craftsmanship of these things. Plus, they’ll never permeate your gear closet with the smell of moss-scuffed duck canvas and old leather (do i detect undertones of rich mahogany?)

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9 Responses to The history of the Duluth Pack

  1. Pam says:

    Who out there knows of a reliable source to repair the leather on the packs? Ours are at least 30 years old. The canvas is still good, but the leather is pretty shot. We sent them in to one place to replace the leather but were unhappy with the results as they broke on the first trip north.

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