packboard

packboard

(ˈpækˌbɔːd)
n
a frame for carrying goods
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Packboards loaded, the two hunters spent two tough days descending through thick alders, doubling back more than once after getting "rimmed in." Their feet swelled.
strapped to packboards on the child and her parents
Airplane wings, infantry ramp supports, plywood flaps for the Martin B-26, aircraft plywood for gliders, duckboards, floating footbridges, packboards and plywood toboggan sleds were items that kept the plant busy.
One of the first, and not the least useful, of Knauer's contributions is the identification of the packboards which in various forms, extending later to the severely stylized, serve as the basic frame for the camel's load.
Then the two of us walked back upriver with packboards, boned-out the deer and packed it out on our backs.