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  • noun US, Canada A traditional piece of luggage used in canoe travel, particularly in the Boundary Waters region of northern Minnesota and Ontario. A specialized type of backpack, made of either heavy canvas or nylon, that are approximately square in order to fit easily in the bottom of a canoe.


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Duluth pack is a brand name of the Duluth Tent and Awning Co.. They were designed in the early 1880s, although it is commonly used to refer to any packs of the same style.


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