"I am roaring drunk with the lust of life and adventure and unbearable beauty."
Everett Ruess wrote those words a few months before his disappearance into the barren Utah desert. A bold adventurer, artist, and writer, he tramped around the Southwest between the ages of 16 and 20 with one goal: oneness with nature. In 1934, at the age of twenty, he vanished. His body was never found. His legend lives on.
5 August 1930
I forgot to tell you that some tramp found my pack in Carmel and ate a pound jar of peanut butter on the spot.
Chances are good Everett’s pack was built along the lines of our green duffle bag. It wasn’t some hulking hard-edged steamer trunk nor was it essentially a man-purse with room for nothing more than lunch-money. It was that bag in between, built canyon rugged and carefully constructed with room for his paints, books, arrowheads, a Navajo rug, and a jar of peanut butter. Our Everett Green Duffle has room for all of that and more for your own roaring adventures.
Features of the Everett Canvas & Leather Green Duffle Bag:
- Waxed Canvas & Handcrafted Leather Trim
- Tanned in Camel Color (Ages with Time)
- Genuine Brass and Iron Hardware
- Zipper Closing Main Compartment
- 3 Exterior Buckled Pockets
- All Leather Lined Interior
- Adjustable Shoulder Strap with Removable Clips
- Carry Handles
Dimensions: 20" L x 12" H x 12" W