Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Portage Pack #4

Priced: $156.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Portage Pack #4 -

This pack refines the age-old portage pack design with an anatomically cut harness system, sternum strap, arched lid and drawcord overflow.



  • 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 hip belt adds comfort and stability over long portages


  • Side compression straps allow you to stabilize the load and lash on extra gear Top 25 Category Product
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Dimensions:27 x 26 x 8.5 inches
Gear capacity (L):98.32 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):6000 cubic inches
Shoulder straps:Yes
Weight:2 lbs. 7 oz.

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Granite Gear Traditional Canoe Portage Pack #4 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good Value for the Price

This pack is a less expensive alternative to the Granite Gear Superior pack. Same carrying capacity, same color, but simpler/cheaper load bearing system. Not a lot of adjustment available on the straps compared to the more expensive version, but it's also 30% less expensive. I like this version for shorter portages, but prefer the better suspension of the Quetico (medium) or Superior (large) Granite Gear for 100+ rod portages (especially if you have a lot of them).
Sloggenlogger at REI on 04/04/2009


This is a huge pack! Sits great on the bottom of the canoe. Harness system is very comfortable and adjustable. This is a great alternative to the old Duluth Packs. The handles on the side make it a breeze to lift out of the canoe. my new favorite! A must in the BWCAW or Quetico
ebbs81 at REI on 09/09/2007

Good Product

Have owned this product for about five years and it can get heavy if loaded wrong. I balance the weight I put in it with the type of things I carry. Holds my tent, sleeping bags, sleep pads, saw, rain tarp, rain suits and extra shoes for three people. Love what it can hold.
oldfan at REI on 08/08/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Nylon tear

The pack is well constructed and comfortable to portage. Our only complaint was after one short trip to the BWCAW we noticed a tear in the bottom. I assume the nylon fabric was torn from being set down on a sharp rock. I think packs should stand up better under normal usage in the Boundary Waters.
Steve Paddles at REI on 08/08/2013