Each pack is made-to-order in Bend, Oregon so please check above for the next shipment date.
The Canvas pack is designed as a mountain town daypack so rock it on a pre-work ski or your daily commute. It fits a laptop, jacket and brown bag lunch, or enough gear and gluten for a short ski tour. But most importantly, take the Canvas pack anytime you feel the need to add a little color to the world.
- One main compartment
- Lid, internal mesh, and security pocket
- Upcycled bike chain zipper pulls
- Removable backpad
- Weight: 16 oz
- Volume: ~25 Liters
- Dimensions: 11.5" x 21" x 7" (width x height x depth)
The Canvas Series is a Free Range collaboration with artists who live to get lost in the mountains. A portion of each sale goes directly back to the artist who painted/illustrated/imagined your print.
It's well built and durable. I love the artist series and the simplicity of the pack. One wish would be a little more pad to the straps.
The backpack is a good size for a daypack. It also has a few handy pockets on the top. I use this backpack for everything from dayhikes to grocery shopping. It's been in mud, rain, snow, and still holds up. The straps make it super comfortable to wear for climbing or biking as it keeps the weight distributed close to your center of gravity. It can also fit a helmet. It can also fit my 60 meter rope, chalkbag, and shoes if I cram them up in there. The stitching is topnotch; it won't tear or rip open even under the duress we expect from our gear in the adventure community.
I LOVE this pack and the fact that I can have a piece of my friends artwork with me on my travels. The only thing that could be better is a side pocket for a water bottle.
I love my Free Range pack so much! It’s the perfect size for everyday adventures. I use it for tossing climbing shoes and a change of clothes in to hit the gym, cross country ski adventures, quick day hikes, and everything in between. The colors are so vibrant and I love the simple yet durable design of the pack. It’s my favorite little day pack ever!! Thanks Free Range :) it goes with me pretty much everyday, everywhere :)