Timeless beauty, yet very tough.
If there’s one description for Duluth backpacks, it’s this. They are made from the finest leather and canvas that withstand the test of time. They scream classic, but they have a modern twist that everyone will surely love.
Duluth backpacks are the brainchild of a creative company called Duluth Pack. According to their official website, they’ve been in the business for more than 130 years. They’re based in Duluth, MN; hence, the name.
We’ve seen different backpacks, but a Duluth bag stands out design- and quality-wise. Below is a picture of the back portion of their Scoutmaster Deluxe Backpack. You can tell that even in an HD image, the stitching and the materials are top-notch.
- Different Types of Duluth Backpacks
- 1. Scoutmaster Deluxe Backpack
- 2. Deluxe Canoe Pack
- 3. Monarch Canoe Pack
- 4. Camp Kitchen Canoe Pack
- 5. Cruiser Combo Canoe Pack
- 6. Deluxe Laptop Daypack
- 7. Laptop Back Pack
- 8. Wanderer Backpack
- 9. Classic Rucksack Backpack
- 10. Guide Pack Backpack
- 11. Rambler Daypack Backpack
- 12. Wildland Firefighter Pack Backpack
Different Types of Duluth Backpacks
Duluth Pack has been manufacturing one-of-a-kind bags of different kinds. [See all DULUTH packs HERE!] As much as we want to feature all of them, we’d like to focus on backpacks. Here are the different backpack styles you can expect from Duluth.
1. Scoutmaster Deluxe Backpack
Chic, yet tough – it looks like this is what this Duluth backpack wants to say. Staying true to the Duluth signature of durable canvas construction, this bag features secured leather straps, leather bottom, leather shoulder straps, and leather bottom. This backpack comes in 16 colors such as burgundy and olive drab.
2. Deluxe Canoe Pack
When camping in the wilderness, you need a backpack that can handle all that stress. According to a reviewer, this backpack has proven to be a canoe/camping must-have. This excellent performance can be attributed to the following impressive features: double-sewn side seams, high stress seams, and M-215 poly liner.
3. Monarch Canoe Pack
Just like the Deluxe Canoe Pack, this canoe backpack is especially designed to handle the rigors of the wilderness. It has the same basic features, but the most obvious difference is the presence of the side pockets. Now you have more room to store your canoe/camping essentials. Other features of this bag include a clip-on sternum strap, a hip belt, and side straps for stability.
4. Camp Kitchen Canoe Pack
If you’re in charge of cooking your group’s meals, this backpack will suit you very well. Just like the other canoe packs, this Camp Kitchen Canoe Pack comes with a box-pack design with lots of compartments for easy organization.
5. Cruiser Combo Canoe Pack
This is very much like the Monarch Canoe Pack, but the difference is that this backpack is smaller. Also, Monarch has three straps, while Cruiser Combo has only two. Other features of this bag include roller buckles and two side pockets.
6. Deluxe Laptop Daypack
This backpack features a large compartment to make sure that your laptop stays protected against external forces. One reviewer mentioned that it’s “too bulky,” but if you have a big laptop, this would suit you well. There is a front compartment made of leather, which is supposed to improve durability. This is no doubt a great feature especially since this part of the bag is prone to scratching and other types of stress.
7. Laptop Back Pack
This is another laptop backpack from Duluth, which is obviously less bulky than the Deluxe Laptop Daypack. It comes in a rectangular design with top-notch canvas construction, leather straps, and high-quality buckles. Colors available include tangerine, khaki, spruce, and 12 more.
8. Wanderer Backpack
This is a scaled-down version of Duluth’s Rambler Pack. If you may have noticed, it looks like a European rucksack. It has spacious compartments, side pockets for your binoculars and water bottles, and rugged leather straps.
9. Classic Rucksack Backpack
Of all the backpacks on the list, this bag has probably the most interesting design — imagine a koala or any marsupial resting on your back. But just like everyone of these Duluth backpacks, this Classic Rucksack Backpack is well-constructed. Use it on a casual day at the park, a trip to the museum, or a picnic by the lake.
10. Guide Pack Backpack
True to what its name tries to imply, this backpack allows you to carry everything you need for a rigorous day in the woods. Features include dual buckling rain flaps, three side pockets (one full-length and two small), and a zippered internal pocket under the top flap.
11. Rambler Daypack Backpack
This backpack features a box-style design with two side pockets and a zippered front compartment. It’s constructed of high-quality 15-ounce canvas with cotton web shoulder straps and leather reinforcement for all rivets.
12. Wildland Firefighter Pack Backpack
This is a “super-tough” backpack with tons of amazing features, which make it virtually indestructible. These features include the following: lash tabs with D-rings on top, heavy-duty adjustable padded waist belt, padded leather shoulder straps, and many more.
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