Backpacks were a mundane form of portable storage.[5]


Backpacks came in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. Some of these included canvas sacks with shoulder strap and, woven baskets with a lid and shoulder straps, though the most preferred type of backpack among travelers was the leather backpack, as they had multiple pockets and padded shoulder straps. Some leather backpacks were even waterproof.[5]

Beyond the standard backpacks sold by most merchants, some were known to commission experienced tailors or leatherworkers to construct specially made backpacks.[5]


Notable OwnersEdit



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