This nostalgic pack has stepped right out of the history books. Nessmuk, the alter ego of writer George Washington Sears, popularized Adirondack-style camping, ultralight canoes used with a double-bladed paddle and the Maine Guide Pack (which this pack is based on) back in the late 1800s. He wrote his classic book Woodcraft in 1884 and it has been in print ever since. The Nessmuk is just the right size for a North Woods guide’s day-tripping sundries: rain coat, lunch, field guides, binoculars, knife, first-aid and survival kit. Features reinforced web packstraps, a small zippered pocket inside, and a leather grab handle. Rain flaps buckle under the top flap. 16"x 16"x 5"