Heavy duty waxed canvas, lots of pockets, and just a little leather, the Seven Bridges is a daypack with tons of utility. Span the gap, woods to work to wherever.
At the turn of the twentieth century Duluthian Sam Snivley had a vision. To build a road like no other in the city. A road with bridges that cross back and forth over the picturesque Amity Creek down to Lake Superior. Snivley’s road was built, the bridges constructed and then restored. Today, the route remains a public treasure to our area. Here’s a daypack well suited for travel over all the Seven Bridges. Inside and outside pockets offer organization and storage. The backstraps are adjustable on the go, and we’ve left the leather out. All reinforcements and load bearing is thanks to cotton and canvas. It’s a new pack with a different perspective, a lot like Mr. Snivley and his Seven Bridges Road.
13″h x 15″w (at top) x 12″w (at bottom) x 5.5″d.
2.25″ Pistol Belt, Cotton Web with 1″ Cotton Web Attachments, brass d-rings for adjustment.
Slip pockets (outside gusset), slip pockets (inside gusset), slip pocket inside back, hanging zipper pocket inside front.
18 oz. waxed canvas, premium cotton web, solid brass hardware.