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Duluth Pack Roll-Top Scout Pack - Northern Glasses Pint Glass
Duluth Pack Roll-Top Scout Pack - Northern Glasses Pint Glass
Duluth Pack Roll-Top Scout Pack - Northern Glasses Pint Glass
Duluth Pack Roll-Top Scout Pack - Northern Glasses Pint Glass

Duluth Pack Roll-Top Scout Pack

Regular price $165.00 Sale

This bag offers the option of rolling the bag down to accommodate a small load or higher to pack everything you might need for a weekend. The pack rides snug against the back; meaning no shifting around on your ride to work, and no accidentally bumping strangers on the subway. With the same heritage look and feel as our popular Scout, this bag is sure to be your go-to everyday backpack.

FEATURES/BENEFITS

  • Extra canvas length to roll your pack close to optimally secure your goods at whichever height desired. 22" total height. 16" high at the tightest roll.
  • Riveted leather reinforcements to make it a multi-generational heirloom.
  • Hand constructed 15 oz. canvas for durable quality and heritage "better-with-age" aesthetic.
  • Nylon grab handle for an easy pickup.
  • Outside pocket for easily accessing essentials.
  • Flexible cotton straps attached to side wings provide durable long-term comfort.

SPECIFICATIONS

  •  Dimensions: 16"H (up to 22") x 12"W x 4"D
  •  Capacity: 13 Liters (up to 17 Liters)
  •  Uses: Everyday, Commuting, Biking, Travel, School

Our Duluth Pack products are part of our Sustainability Collection, a collection of products meant to help our customers lighten their footprint on the planet in small ways. These canvas bags are a more eco-friendly alternative to standard bags because they are actually made to last (and covered by Duluth Pack's lifetime guarantee). So you could buy a cheap bag that will wear and tear within a year or two and end up in a landfill somewhere... OR... You could pay for higher quality goods that will last. Paying for higher quality goods isn't lumped in with sustainability conversations enough, but it's a needed conversation in a world of fast-fashion and throw-away culture.