Frost River Mesabi Range Rucksack - field tan

Mesabi Range backpack by Frost River with waxed canvas, leather shoulder straps and optional padded sleeve. Traditional styling, premium features. Available in standard and premium versions.
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Frost River Mesabi Range Rucksack - field tan

  • Size: No. 822 16in H x 12in W x 5in D. approx. 15.73 L
  • Weight: 3.5 lbs.
  • Connection: paracord with drawstring on front of daypack.
  • Interior Features: Internal rain flaps for increased weather resistance. Non-padded sleeve on back of main compartment with 3 organizer pockets.
  • Shoulder straps: 1.5-inch trapeze leather shoulder straps.
  •  Cotton canvas handle
  • Bottom: waxed canvas
  • Materials: heavy duty waxed canvas, high quality leather, solid brass hardware, nylon paracord.
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Frost River Mesabi Range Rucksack - field tan

Mesabi Range Rucksack - field tan

Leather back straps, solid brass hardware and waxed cotton canvas combine to create a rugged daypack. 

Frost River

A company that outlasts nature and the test of time. At Frost River, the craft has been an outdoor tradition for more than 250 years. Some people inherit the money. The people behind Frost River were fortunate to inherit a legacy. That legacy has been passed down through generations of craftsmen, trappers, miners and manufacturers of yesteryear. Today, Frost River continues the tradition of true craftsmanship, hard work and quality materials to produce reliable products for the modern explorer. Combining modern methods with the knowledge and experience of their ancestors - the character-building qualities of camping in deep forests, paddling through pouring rain, navigating drifting snow, and hiking rock-strewn portages - Frost River has managed to preserve a legacy in the form of practical, high-quality products that are good for people and the environment. Almost every day they create something new to keep them afloat - just like their ancestors - right here in America.