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2011-04-28 17:32:23
2011-04-28 17:32:23

Dick Kelty made the first backpack in 1933

According to the United States Patent Office the first backpack was invented by Camille Poirier and patented (Patent No. 268,932) by him on Dec. 12, 1882. It was initially called the Pack-Strap and now referred to as the "Duluth Pack".


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