TheBackPackShoppe's Shop Announcement

Home of unique creations to hang, wear, oogle, flaunt, and gift ranging from geek to chic. Recommended for anyone looking for add a little handmade flair you can't get elsewhere.

You never know what you might find in a back pack. A forgotten Pokemon cartridge, some stray crayons, tax return, some sweet doodles torn off that algebra test you bombed 10 years ago, or a bonus five dollar bill.

The Back Pack is an artist and performance group born in the state of Montana (yes, that is a state), that has the same attitude toward their work. There is a pretty good chance that something unique and unexpected will show up, ranging from dance numbers, to animation, to silent films, and always combining into one piece of orignial entertainment.

The Back Pack Shoppe, is a physical extension of this, run by two long time members of group, Katie and Pete. Do what you love, and don't ask quesions.

TheBackPackShoppe's Shop Policies


Glad you made it! Now sit down, and smile lots.


All forms of payment accepted, other than first born children. There is no set deadline for payment, but please pay as promptly as you can because it's the nice thing to do. Everybody likes nice people. If there ever an issue, don't hesitate to shoot a message this direction.

Cancellations will be refunded in full as long as they are requested prior to shipping (obviously, otherwise that's a return). Just ask nicely.


All items are shipped via USPS, unless an alternative method is specifically asked for. Everything ships as soon as possible, which means for most items this will be within 1 or 2 work days after payment is received. If the item is made to order, it may take a few extra days.

Refunds and Exchanges

Refunds are very welcome. If there is ever a problem, send a message and we will get the process rolling. Any broken/damaged/faulty/wrong sized goods can be exchanged for a replacement, swapped out for another product from the shop, or money returned. Shipping costs paid for by the the buyer.

Last Updated January 1, 2012