1930's era Cherokee Grain Co. Canvas & Leather Carryall

Beautiful, worn-in beige canvas salvaged from a 1930's era Cherokee Capitol City Milling & Grain Co. feed sack featuring a remarkable Indian chief and arrowhead motif has been carefully reworked into a perfect everyday carryall. Features three large outer pockets, WWII era brass hardware, and a hand printed Forestbound logo tag. 

The material used to construct this bag is over 80 years old but still in the most wonderful condition. Any discoloration of the fabric is the result of many years of natural wear and aging.

Fully lined with brown cotton canvas, this large bag can easily hold everything you need during the day or for a weekend away. Three exterior pockets as well as three good-sized interior pockets can comfortably fit a wallet, ipod, phone, etc.

Shoulder straps and bottom boot reinforcement made from 4oz, oil-tanned brown cowhide.

Measures approximately 18 in wide, 16 in tall, 6 in deep.

Strap drop approximately 10 in.


Much time and care is put into making every Forestbound bag one of a kind.

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