Raven Waxed Canvas and Leather Alpine Rucksack$ 495
- Product Notes
This Alpine Rucksack is Alps and Meters’ dependable companion for the Alpine adventurer, what with its interior pocketing to organise all your gear, contoured, padded shoulder straps and a padded back panel for your comfort. Inspired by the protective carry-alls used by the Nordic skiers of the 1800s, the bag has been designed to keep your valuables secure and dry, crafted from rugged Halley Stevensons® waxed canvas from Scotland and premium Pittards® leather. The interior has been finished with a high visibility emergency orange lining with reflective logos and a signal whistle designed for safety.
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- Size Notes
During the 1800s, Nordic skiers undertook tours from village to village in a spirit of exploration and trade. Supplies, safety provisions, and a change of clothes were packed away in protective carry-alls to aid round trip journeys that might span a week or more. It is in the spirit of those alpine adventures that Alps & Meters has created the Alpine Rucksack, a worthy and dependable companion to the alpinist seeking global travel and adventure in mountains around the world.
Length 15.24cm x Width 30.48cm x Height 45.72cm
- Materials and Care Notes Waxed Canvas and Leather
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is in the USA. It will be dispatched in 4-6 working days.
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This Boston-based brand was built to adhere to the traditional values associated with a deep-set appreciation for authentic snow sports. The name, Alps and Meters refers to both the beautiful scenery synonymous with alpine sports as well as the scale of these mountains, which is usually measured in metres. The garments will glide seamlessly from the slopes to the apr