The typical Duluth pack consists of a single large compartment which is closed by straps and buckles rather than a zipper. The pack is carried by two shoulder straps, although some designs also include a waist belt, or a tumpline to be worn over the top of the head. They are made in several sizes, traditionally referred to by numbers (such as #2, #3, #3.5, and #4).
The Duluth pack is named after the city of Duluth, Minnesota, where they were invented.
Bursting at the seams; Duluth Pack and other Minnesota workhorse brands hustle to keep up with demand from the fashion industry.(BUSINESS)
Jan 16, 2011; Byline: JACKIE CROSBY; STAFF WRITER Tom Sega missed the hunting opener for the first time in 30 years in November, but you won't...
Packing in the sales; The new owners of Duluth Pack put several strategies in place and saw the company's sales jump 37 percent last year.(BUSINESS)(Dick Youngblood)
Mar 09, 2003; Byline: Dick Youngblood; Staff Writer The roots of Duluth Pack, a vendor of high-quality North Woods gear, grow back to 1882,...