Inspired by climbing packs from the 1970s, the Archival Day Pack is a compact and convenient bag for everyday use in the city or on the trail. Designed for lighter loads, it’s smaller and made with a lighter weight fabric than their Rucksack.
The main compartment is easily accessed by a sturdy, twin slider brass zipper. The pack features an interior main pocket and two outside side pockets for anything requiring quick access. A leather lash point on the back is perfect for attaching a cycling light, an ice axe, or anything else you need to clip on. Includes a semi-rigid, padded back panel and solid brass rings to adjust the shoulder straps, just like their Rucksack.
Only the highest quality materials are used for their bags: water-resistant cotton duck, Horween Chromexcel leather, YKK zippers, and thread are of US origin. Webbing and most of their solid brass hardware is sourced from the UK. Edges are bound in waxed cotton tape and all stress points are bar-tacked or riveted.