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Granite Gear Traditional Portage 57-60L Backpack

$136.95 - $156.95

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    • One Color, 98L
      $156.95
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      $146.95
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      $136.95
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    • Item #GRG002J

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [54L] 210D Cordura nylon, [57L] 210D Cordura nylon, [98L] 420D Cordura nylon ripstop
    Volume
    54L 3300 cu in, 57L 3500 cu in, 98L 6000 cu in
    Backpack Carry
    yes
    Compression
    yes
    Closure
    drawcord
    Dimensions
    [54L] 16 x 23 x 12 in, [57L] 21 x 26 x 7 in, [98L] 26 x 27 x 8.5
    Recommended Use
    paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Overnight Canoeing Trips

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    As a upper midwest native and canoe enthusiast, this is your multi-day canoeing pack. It's striped down to eliminate all the bells and whistles. Super simple and perfect portaging. If you're planning on a BWCA, Quetico or flat water canoeing trips, this is your pack. My only draw back is that when the pack is sitting in water at the bottom of the canoe, it can slowly seep through. It's very easy to eliminate that slow soaking by simply getting a huge, thick trash bag liner and then pack your pack.

    Overnight Canoeing Trips

    I own or have used a few of their bigger models (Superior 1 and Quetico), but made of the same materials, and can say that unless it's sitting in water it does a fine job of keeping the H2O out - even without a trash bag it's spent a night in the rain and although the material got slightly damp, the contents stayed dry. I've found the same to be true for morning dew, etc. Once at camp and unpacked I'll hang the bag from a tree and use it like a closet/dresser...never had an issue and only bring it under my tarp if it's pouring.