Frost River Knapsack Rucksack - field tan

Do nothing in haste, wrote Edward Whymper after his first ascent of the Matterhorn in 1868, look well to each step; and from the beginning think what may be the end. We took Mr. Whymper’s words to heart as we designed this Knapsack: simple and well thought out — like the ones we see him wearing in old engravings from the Golden Age of Mountaineering.
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Frost River Knapsack Rucksack - field tan

  • 13in H x 12.5in W x 4.5in D. Approx. 11.96 L.
  • Paracord drawstring, flap over main compartment.
  • 1 hanging zipper pocket.
  • 2 inch cotton fabric backed with 1 inch cotton fabric.
  • 1 inch cotton webbing.
  • 18 oz. waxed canvas, high quality leather, solid brass hardware
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Frost River Knapsack Rucksack - field tan

Knapsack Rucksack - field tan

Do nothing in haste, wrote Edward Whymper after his first ascent of the Matterhorn in 1868, take good care of every step; and think from the beginning what the end may be. The words of Mr. Whymper were taken to heart when this backpack was designed: simple and well thought out.

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.