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60 Review(s)
We took our immensely popular Rambler Pack and scaled it down. In the process we created a super functional day pack with European flair. A roomy, top-loading compartment cinches shut with a drawcord. Topflap secures with two leather straps and roller buckles. Side pockets are spacious enough for a quart water bottle. Need easy access to your binoculars, point-and-shoot camera, wallet, keys, sunscreen or bug dope? Simply unbuckle the handy front pocket. (All this stuff actually fits in the front pocket!) Web shoulder straps.

Made in USA.

This pack was featured in the NBC show Love in the Wild.
SKU: S-121

Availability: In stock


Customer Reviews (60)

perfect bagReview by rebe
Okay, I bought this for my husband years and years ago. He has taken this bag on many assignments and we have the photos to prove it. There's one photo of him standing in Thailand with tanks behind him during the coup. It has gone to ,probably Mongolia, Bangladesh ( he got all the easy assignments. ha ha. ) Hawaii( okay, that one actually was easy) and all over the U.S. He was once asked in an airport,"Is that a Duluth Pack?" Maybe that means we're in some unofficial club. My husband pretty much can destroy anything just by accident. This pack of his continues to look really good and is holding up great. Thanks . Oh yeh, the reason I'm on this web site is because I want to get a travel pack for myself. I had one , but a family member adopted it( not much chance they'll just give it back )Have a blessed day (Posted on 7/13/2014)
Amazing!Review by Big John
I am a full time grad student, part time explorer and this bag is just what I needed. The fabric is thick and durable. I have checked it numerous times over the last two years and not one stitch, not one strap, not one rivet was out of place. Awesome product I highly recommend it. (Posted on 12/19/2013)
Awesome packReview by Jeff
This thing has been dragged all over. I use it for over night camping trips.it's been thrown in the dirt and dragged up the side of trees. Using mine as a hunting pack I over load it and have no problems. My only problem is i can't afford to buy one for everyone I know, so they can experience the quality of an Amercian made pack. (Posted on 12/8/2013)
Perfect for everything but hikingReview by tkohlhorst
I have used this pack for travel for light camping (aka car camping), to small hikes in the woods and have not found a single thing wrong with it. That is until I went on a weekend trip to the BWCA. I packed this bag for me to survive 2 nights in the woods and man what a pain in the but it was. Once I got this thing loaded up the bag wanted to do nothing more than sag back. There are no chest straps to keep the back pack standing upright and made for a very unease portage. I was literally shocked when I packed everything together and saw the performance of this backpack. That being said, it still is a great backpack but I will never take it to the BWCA unless I know for fact there will be ZERO portages. (Posted on 10/7/2013)
the padded straps make a huge difference !Review by Alaska Bill
i am STILL in love with my wanderer pack after a lot of treks, hikes and outings and having ordered the padded pack straps... Im enjoying this pack even more! I was delighted to find that Duluth will even make them to match the color of the pack ! Mine is RED and I've given it the name of " the RED BEAUTY " !!!! in over 60 years of hiking I have owned alot of packs but this one is beyond a doubt ... the best ! (Posted on 8/30/2013)
WonderfulReview by BoyScout
I'm in high school and this bag can hold two textbooks binders and journals with room too spare side pockets great for water bottles and it will last longer then my (Posted on 8/28/2013)
make a great pack even better with the padded strapsReview by ALASKA BILL
I have "updated" my review of this awesome pack already and will do so again. I would highly suggest and strongly recommend that if you decide to purchase this pack and if you will be hiking long distances, carrying weight... GET THE PADDED STRAPS ! the cloth straps that are on the this pack are wide but the pads will make a huge difference in comfort , most especially for the " older " hiker ( like me ) (Posted on 8/26/2013)
PerfectReview by Kyle
We gave our son one for school and after seeing it and being around it for I decided I needed one too! Great pack for everything, both packs took a beating in CO elk hunting last fall and still look great. Can't do better than this! (Posted on 6/24/2013)
great for ultra liteReview by matt
i just got back from walking the ny long trail with this pack and bare feet im a primitive minimlist camper i guess you could call it ... but this pack was wonderful everything i needed fit wonderfully and the pack excided my expectations (Posted on 6/6/2013)
Having a love affair with this pack!Review by Alaska Bill
I submitted a review in April after having just received my pack,and was impressed in the quality and workmanship upon opening the package. Now after having carried it on several snow shoe outings and hikes, Im even more impressed. I did use Nikwax brand of waterproofing ( cloth and leather ) on the bag and straps and even in a late spring record snow fall for Alaska, this thing shed water and snow like a duck's backside. i tend to " over pack " and the roominess of the main bag is more then ample for all my gear. Several times folks have commented on the "coolness" of this pack and asked Where did i get it. I did add a piece of closed cell foam pad ( cut to fit ) to slip in the pack so that pointy/ hard items wont rub against my back. I am extremely pleased with this pack !

I would highly recommend this pack for serious hikers, trekkers, backpackers and for everyday use, and ... if ya want to be " COOL " (Posted on 5/18/2013)

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