INNO STAGE Canvas Log Carrier Bag

  • 16oz waxed canvas construction: water-resistant, durable, and wear-resistant
  • Oversized 44″x21″ capacity with 6.7″ reinforced leather handles
  • No-end wall design accommodates logs of various sizes
  • Multi-purpose use: firewood, tools, camping gear, storage, and more
  • Stylish and well-made – perfect for gifting


Introducing the ultimate firewood companion – the Canvas Log Carrier Bag from INNO STAGE. Crafted from durable 16oz waxed canvas, this oversized tote is built to withstand the toughest outdoor conditions. Whether you’re stocking up on firewood for your fireplace, campfire, or backyard fire pit, this carrier bag makes the task effortless and convenient.

Measuring an impressive 44 inches long and 21 inches wide, with sturdy 6.7-inch handles, this log carrier provides ample space to haul a generous load of firewood in one trip. The no-end wall design accommodates logs of various sizes, while the reinforced cross-stitched leather handles ensure a comfortable and secure grip. When not in use, simply roll it up for easy storage.

More than just a firewood tote, this versatile canvas bag can be repurposed for countless carrying and storage needs. Use it for picnics, camping gear, tools, kid’s toys, or even as a stylish everyday holder. Boasting a timeless design with genuine leather accents, it’s a practical and attractive addition to any homeowner’s or outdoor enthusiast’s collection – making it an ideal gift for loved ones.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Camping Canopy is a hiking and backpacking website that offers a treasure trove of resources for trail adventurers, outdoor lovers, and backpacking beginners. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive.

For a hiking trip, you should pack the ten essentials: navigation tools, sun protection, insulation (extra clothing), illumination (headlamp/flashlight), first-aid supplies, fire-starting tools, repair kit and tools, nutrition (extra food), hydration (extra water), and emergency shelter.

When choosing a backpack, consider the duration of your trip, the volume of gear you need to carry, the fit (torso length and hip size), and features like ventilation, pockets, and hydration compatibility.

To stay safe, always plan your route and inform someone about your itinerary, check the weather forecast, stay on marked trails, be aware of wildlife, carry a map and compass or GPS device, and have a basic knowledge of first aid.

Practice Leave No Trace principles, which include planning ahead and preparing, traveling and camping on durable surfaces, disposing of waste properly, leaving what you find, minimizing campfire impacts, respecting wildlife, and being considerate of other visitors.