1 - Lightly padded back panel provides overall structure and protection from awkward cargo. Pack rides  closely and load does not sag.2 - Shoulder straps attach into side  seam, curving straps around body for comfort.3 - Twin outer bellows  pockets are easy to access and are nicely sized for smaller personal  items.4 - Single Horween Chromexcel leather strap is light, durable,  and convenient.5 - Dimension is taller and narrower. Loads carry  best in this configuration.6 - Drawstring around top opening keeps  load secure and further prevents bag flopping.7 - Two inch wide  webbing shoulder straps are perfectly comfortable for loads up to 25 or  30 pounds.8 - Convenient locker loop.9 - Double-layered bottom  ensures a long life.10 - Fully finished inside and out. Seams fully  bound in our own waxed canvas bias tape. Stress points are bar-tacked or  riveted. Snaps and rivets are reinforced with leather washers.

Those folks over at Archival Clothing are KILLING IT.  Their method is basically: figure out all the different stuff you can do right, then do all that stuff right.  This rucksack is the bee’s knees.

1 - Lightly padded back panel provides overall structure and protection from awkward cargo. Pack rides closely and load does not sag.
2 - Shoulder straps attach into side seam, curving straps around body for comfort.
3 - Twin outer bellows pockets are easy to access and are nicely sized for smaller personal items.
4 - Single Horween Chromexcel leather strap is light, durable, and convenient.
5 - Dimension is taller and narrower. Loads carry best in this configuration.
6 - Drawstring around top opening keeps load secure and further prevents bag flopping.
7 - Two inch wide webbing shoulder straps are perfectly comfortable for loads up to 25 or 30 pounds.
8 - Convenient locker loop.
9 - Double-layered bottom ensures a long life.
10 - Fully finished inside and out. Seams fully bound in our own waxed canvas bias tape. Stress points are bar-tacked or riveted. Snaps and rivets are reinforced with leather washers.

Those folks over at Archival Clothing are KILLING IT.  Their method is basically: figure out all the different stuff you can do right, then do all that stuff right.  This rucksack is the bee’s knees.