Frost River Summit Boulder Juction Bushcraft Pack
Frost River's Bushcraft Packs are simply superb. They represent that kind of old school quality that is so absent in these days of "Fast Fashion" and really conform to our belief in economy in longevity. On the face of it they are not the cheapest pack on the market but this really is a case of you pay for what you get. If it lasts for years and years and kicks the butt out of its rivals then they are remarkable value.
Compression is the key to the Boulder Junction Pack. It’s a fairly tall pack that holds a lot and really benefits from the cinched sides that the brass rings and laced cord provide. Frost River got valuable input from the adventurers at Camp Manito-wish in Boulder Junction Wisconsin that helped transform the versatile, Summit Pack into a capable and adaptable back pack that will work equally well with small, light loads, and big, heavy, high volume, loads.
The zippered compartment at the bottom adds capacity and allows wet or dirty gear its own space. Twin zipper slides keep contents, like a rain jacket, ready at a moment’s notice. There’s a sleeve inside, at the back of the pack, able to handle a laptop, a water bladder, or whatever other flat stuff you want to put back there. The buckled pocket on the front aids organization and provides another spot to stash necessities.
Waxed canvas keeps the weather out and will last for years. The padded backstraps provide comfort, and the brass ring attachment system supports the pack and provides independent movement between back and pack.
The Summit Boulder Jct. is made of waxed canvas with solid brass hardware, and great leather in Duluth, Minnesota, at Frost River. It’s built to last and aimed to please.
- Size - 24"h x 11"w x 9"d
- Volume - Approx. 2376 c.i. (Includes bottom pocket 4″h x 11″w x 9″d.)
- Weight - 3.5 lbs
- Internal slip (Inside back), Zipper pocket in flap, outside front buckle pocket, bottom zipper pocket
- Double Canvas Base
- Materials - 18 oz. waxed canvas, premium leather, solid brass hardware