Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Food Pack

Priced: $136.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Food Pack
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Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Food Pack -

This deep canoe pack can be loaded up with lots of food, yet it's small enough that it won't become too heavy to carry.



  • Ballistic nylon bottom offers excellent durability, no matter where you set pack
  • Updated design is now built with Cordura® nylon--it's every bit as strong as former material but much lighter


  • Padded hipbelt increases stability and comfort


  • Pack refines the age-old portage pack design with an ergonomically cut harness system, sternum strap, arched lid and drawcord overflow
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Dimensions:23 x 16 x 12 inches
Gear capacity (L):54.08 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):3300 cubic inches
Shoulder straps:Yes
Weight:2 lbs. 6 oz.

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Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Food Pack Reviews:


Food Pack as primary pack

We use Granite Gear's Quetico, Nimbus Great Northern, and the Food Pack in two solo boats. The Food Pack is sized to take a food box, which essentially turns it into an internal-frame pack on the portages. While the Q and NGN are fantastic for BWCAW-style paddling, we're also thinking of getting another Food Pack to use without a box as a general carry-all for less ambitious trips.
ProfM at REI on 08/08/2010

Great buy for the price

This pack holds two of the "old style" returnable beer cases perfectly. This allows for two food/gear compartments. I appreciate the lighter weight and it has been durable. We've been using it on our trips for 3 years now.
Mongo65 at REI on 01/01/2011