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Ready to ship! This one is made from chocolate brown waxed canvas, navy blue duck straps, rich brown oil-tanned leather, a bold, color blocked wool recycled from a vintage skirt, and lined with navy blue cotton twill.

It features two expandable pockets along the front which close with silver snaps. The back side of the pack is lightly padded & quilted, and includes a large, zippered compartment on the inside (along the front.) A key clip on leather tab hangs inside the front pocket (shown here in different place). The navy duck canvas straps are fully adjustable, and should fit almost any body. There are also two narrow pockets along the sides that would work great for bike tools or pens (see 3rd picture.)

I've made a couple of edits that aren't yet reflected in these pics -- the main flap is now wider to keep the interior dry regardless of the load, and the front pocket is split into two, keeping it safe and secure.

The pack has oil-tanned leather details on the handle and front straps, and can withstand years of use.

Waxed canvas has MANY great qualities, and I've wanted to work with it for a long time. It wears beautifully, much like fine leather, it's basically waterproof, and it's virtually indestructible. It never needs washing aside from a occasional swipe with a damp cloth.

PLEASE NOTE: Ready to ship USPS Priority (w/ signature confirmation in US)

Dimensions: 15" tall x 12" wide x 4"
Interior Zipper Pocket: 12" x 12"

Green Spectrum Waxed Canvas Backpack


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: waxed canvas, canvas, cotton, leather, recycled wool, batting
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 454 reviews
  • Favorited by: 157 people