Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.
Free Range Equipment Canvas Pack backpack featuring "Trango Script" print by Craig Muderlak. An artist collaboration backpack made-to-order in Bend, OR.

Trango Script

Craig Muderlak

Regular price $169.00 Sale

Each pack is made-to-order in Bend, Oregon.

Next Ship Date: 4/8/2019 (orders close 3/24/2019)

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.

Customer Reviews

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The Pack and Fanny

I first saw a Free Range pack on Rachel Pohl at the Outdoor Gear Show in Denver this year. I couldn't be happier to support artist and a company like Free Range. Today, my daughter and I received a wonderful Megan Marie Myers artwork Free Range backpack and a Rachel Pohl's Northern Lights Fanny pack. I chose Megan's design because I love wolves and my daughter is already stuffing her bag with goodies. Thank you for placing beautiful art on bags/packs you can take anywhere.

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Definitely Sparks Joy

I used to admire this pack with Rachel Pohl's art on it constantly online, and then I finally decided I had to have one of my own. I absolutely love supporting artists and wearable, functional art is the absolute best! I've worn my pack around town, on day hikes, and it's my favorite carry-on for plane trips. Thank you for making a super durable high quality piece of equipment that supports an artist I adore!!!

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J.G.
Style and Quality

This pack is such a multipurpose piece of gear. The style is obvious, but functionality is second to none. Back pad gives it perfect comfort and form, and pocket location makes it a great day pack. I use it for everything from hauling my after work ride clothes with me to the office, to bringing lunch and beer with me on longer bike rides. Super functional pack!

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Beautiful, functional art.

I wore my free range backpack with Rachel Pohls painting of the snowy mountain cabin, to work at Steamboat Ski Resort and I get compliments on it everyday! Sturdy, with lots of pockets. I only wish it came in a slightly bigger size.

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J.D.
Amazing comfortable pack, stunning artwork, love it!

This pack is a wonder-- not only is it the perfect size for a solid day hike or ski trip, it is so comfortable-- easy to distribute weight bearing and load even on the move. So far this pack has been perfect for trips up Smith Rock, traversing the Oregon Country Fair, braving the windy deluges in Portland, carrying books and gear to class, packing home groceries on my bike...multi-talented pack! I've worn the HECK out of mine for the past 6 months and it has held up beautifully: seams, zippers, canvas, straps all still look fresh and work smoothly. In all seriousness I have taken to carrying some Free Range Equipment business cards in the secret inner compartment to give to folks who stop me on the trail to ask where I got my pack!! and the artwork is magnificent. Thank you Free Range folks! The ONLY downside to these packs is deciding which one to choose!