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Wildland Firefighter Pack

Item S-125 | Made in USA & Guaranteed for Life

Price: $650.00
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Full Description

In order to make the Wildland Firefighter Pack virtually indestructible, we started with our super tough 18-ounce canvas construction and then reinforced critical stress points with thick leather and hand hammered copper rivets. Inspired in part by our popular Wanderer Pack design, the Wildland Firefighter Pack features traditional side pockets with cinching straps, a leather reinforced grab handle, a drawcord closure for the main compartment, an interior zippered pocket under the pack flap, lash tabs with D-rings on top, and a heavy-duty adjustable padded waist belt. The lower compartment of the pack is intended for an emergency shelter tarp. It opens quickly with a quick release Velcro flap. The compartment detaches from the pack and can be worn independently as a waist pack.

Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 12H x 16W x 6D + pockets and lower compartment
  • Capacity: 2,473 cubic inches
  • Construction: 18 oz canvas, box style design, riveted adjustable padded leather shoulder straps, zippered pocket under top flap, adjustable padded waist belt (32"- 45.5"), drawcord closure, high quality roller buckles

Craftsmanship and Guarantee

All of our handmade packs and bags are built to last in Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Our factory, where we have been building our products since 1911, is home to an extremely talented group of sewers, riveters, and leather craftspeople. Each piece of Duluth Pack gear is painstakingly built by hand with the attention and detail that only a true artisan can provide. We stand behind our work and are proud to offer a lifetime warranty covering all craftsmanship and hardware we use in the construction of our products. Craftsmanship includes our sewing and riveting. Hardware includes all zippers, buckles, D-rings, snaps, and any other parts utilized in the manufacturing of our bags. If at anytime during the life of your Duluth Pack product you have problems in these areas, return the product and it will be repaired free of charge. If the product cannot be repaired due to a defect in craftsmanship or faulty hardware, we will be happy to replace the item at Duluth Pack’s discretion. While your Duluth Pack item is designed to provide you with many years of use, Duluth Pack is not responsible for common wear and tear or misuse of your product and is therefore not covered by our warranty. Of course, damages not covered under warranty can usually be repaired at a minimal cost. We sincerely value your patronage and will always do our absolute best to go the extra mile to ensure that you are happy with every Duluth Pack purchase.

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very well built
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I bought this to use as a wild land fire pack for the upcoming season. I am very pleased so far, well built, sturdy, and good looking. It is comfortable to wear.

Posted on 12/30/2011 by firesarg

Excellent product
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Great bag for spike camp. Is the main bag detachable? Initial attack work sometimes dictates detaching the main pack and just carrying the fire shelter and a couple of bottles of water / fusees, ect...

Posted on 7/15/2010 by lblackwell

best design, workmanship, materials
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Most serviceable day pack I've owned, though it was designed originally for other uses. Ideal weight distribution with solid leather harness that molds over time to your frame, like a pair of fine Limmer boots. I rarely buckle the side pockets or main bucket behind: the cinches suffice to keep things in place, and this leaves the perfectly situated and roomy compartments accessible while wearing the pack. The broad leather support belt is comfortable, but I wonder whether a cloth belt such as in the Monarch or Bushcrafter models might also do the job. The pack so far has endured six months of being dragged through cliff faces and brambles without a scar or tear, and I'm happier each week with my purchase.

Posted on 9/27/2009 by Tim in CT

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