What’s SUP?!

What is SUP? It’s all the rage! SUP stands for Stand Up Paddle (boarding).  I got to try it and it’s a blast! You can do it on flat water or whitewater. All you need is a board (rent one to start off), paddle (Bending Branches makes a great one…

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Fall 2010 Photo Contest

Our last photo contest was a great success! Our winners made the front page of duluthpack.com as well as gracing the front cover of two catalogs. Here are the details: 1.  Email your photos to marketing@duluthpack.com 2. Photos must be high-resolution and in digital format. 3. Photos must contain any…

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How to Pack a Duluth Pack – The Movie

Folks have been asking me for years, how do I pack my Duluth Packs? Since I canoe just about every weekend, I have gotten it down to a science. Others may have varied opinion’s, but this works for me. How to Pack a Duluth Pack (click this link)

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Hawk Ridge – A gem in Duluth

This past weekend, was Hawk Weekend in Duluth, MN.  A time when hundreds, even thousands, of migrating birds pass above Duluth each day, hesitant to cross over Lake Superior on their way South. In the brief time I was there we spotted, Osprey, Bald Eagle, Northern Harrier, Sharp-Shinned Hawk, Broad-winged…

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Join Us! – The Wilds of Atikaki Wilderness, Manitoba

Sunday, September 19, 2010 The Whitewater and Quiet Wilds of Atikaki Wilderness Area of Manitoba by Fred Sproat 6:30pm – 8:00pm, Duluth Pack Store, 365 Canal Park Drive, Duluth, MN 55802 Come learn about a unique trip in this amazing place with few rules and fewer people, not far from…

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Come see us at the Minnesota State Fair!

We will be at the Great Minnesota Get Together again this year! This is our favorite time of year! We get to get out on the road and meet our friends and fans, hear their stories, and of course make new friends. People are excited to see that our products…

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Never gets old…another Duluth Pack story

From the time I could walk, my life had been spent in the outdoors with my father and I remember one of the first things he gave me was his old Duluth Pack. After that I was hooked. Every pack I had from then on was a Duluth Pack. The…

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Kekekabic Trail – A test of endurance

Recently our Duluth Pack canvas cutter, Jeff, embarked on a journey with a friend to hike the length of the Kekekabic Trail. The Kekekabic Trail is a challenging one, to say the least. It is a 40 miles trail the travels up and down through the Boundry Waters Canoe Area…

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Superior Hiking Trail and the new Bushcrafter Pack

The Superior Hiking Trail is a trail modeled after the Appalachian Trail and follows the ridge-line along Lake Superior from Duluth to the Canadian Border. For this hike, we chose a popular and scenic section, called the Twin Lakes Trail outside of Silver Bay, MN.   This section is a…

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Canoeing the Length of the Mississippi River

Check out this great blog, these two guys are paddling the length of the Mississippi River to raise awareness for breast cancer. We donated a pink #4 DuluthPack, see if you can spot it in their photos!  We wish them well and can’t wait to hear their stories when they…

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