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Walmart has Ozark Trail Hiking Backpack Eagle (40L Capacity, Blue) on sale for $24.99. Select free store pickup where available. Otherwise, Shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks j1xskillz


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Half off original price (blue color). Great reviews. I received an additional auto-$5.75 discount when selecting the slower free shipping option (assuming that's YMMV) when ordering this along with the mobile gas grill currently also posted on SD - those two shipped for $40 before tax Embarrassment.

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These Ozark Trail 40 Liter Hiking backpacks distribute the load from the shoulder to the hips and are ideal for heavy loads and lots of luggage. The partnership of the adjustable back system and the load stabilizing system allows the highest degree of comfort while carrying heavy loads on the trail. For hot climates or during intense activity, the back system encourages maximum air circulation, while its hydration system allows easy re-hydrating.

Ozark Trail Hiking Backpack Eagle, 40L Capacity, Blue:
Hydration compatible
Durable poly fabric
Air-mesh straps and adjustable back panel for added comfort
Rain cover in bottom pocket
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Does this backpack REALLY tear so often to the point that so many people comment to worry about it? To be very honest, backpack materials rarely tear in general as long as you use it in normal way not something so crazily out of mind and even if they tear, it's a slight tear and won't be like half torn and separated apart right away. If REI backpacks of 200 or more bucks are absolute necessity, how did all soldiers during Vietnam war or world war fight? It's 2017 and these manufacturing system and materials got much better and people still worry about long backpack trip for tears on these. I mean it's plausible but realistically speaking, I use so many backpacks less than 100 bucks and throw it around and use it rigorously for years and never had a single time of tear or a point I have to buy a new one but I just buy anyways just cuz I want new backpack. During backpack trip, you don't use your backpack to cut trees, woods, or burn fire, it only is for carrying your stuff and should be worn on your back safely while moving, so there is no stress to the backpack except the weight of items in the backpack itself but as long as you don't pack dumbells or something inside, it's made to be carry sensibly heavy stuff so don't worry about it and just buy with a good deal
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I live near a major part of the AT and many of the more experienced people use ultralight gear and not the $400 packs with NASA fabric, 30 compartments and titanium zippers made by elves in the Black Forest
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relax people. no one is taking these on an expedition in the congo
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I have 2 off these for the kids. Have been great for family backpacking trips. They feel so proud to be carrying "big packs" and carry their own gear.

Note I have the webbing one the adjustable back system fail after our first backpacking trip, but I was able to take it back to the store for a replacement. So probably not for "hard core" expeditions like the Appalachian Trail. But for short family trips, adorable and a lot of fun!
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Bought this last time it was this price for my 9 year old on our last family backpacking trip. Great little pack with a lot of nice features such as the adjustable shoulder strap height and the built in rain fly that cinches all the way around.
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my slower shipping option is $0.50
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my slower shipping option is $0.50
and how does one access this slower shipping?
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Going camping for few days over in the Appalachian trail, would this suffice? I been wanting to get in this hobby for a long time.
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Thanks OP. Ordered. PU date OCT 4 for pickup. Repped.
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Good price for a 40L pack. I'll give it a try at this price. Thanks!
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Going camping for few days over in the Appalachian trail, would this suffice? I been wanting to get in this hobby for a long time.
Don't know if you should cheapen out.
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Going camping for few days over in the Appalachian trail, would this suffice? I been wanting to get in this hobby for a long time.
My girlfriend lived out of this backpack for two weeks in Europe and loves it. She got it the last time they had this deal too.
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If you're going backpacking, I would advice on investing on a serious gear. It's dangerous to be caught out in the wild with malfunctioning tools. You dont want to have a pack tear on you 30 miles in and have your stuff spread on the ground, nor do you want to carry extra weight to save a few bucks. Not worth it.
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Can this be used as carry on ?
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Can this be used as carry on ?
Just had the same question ... can someone post the dimensions in inches (after it is filled up)? I see two different ones online: 27"×23"×1.58" and 19.3"×12×2×5.4. The former will not work as a carry on, the latter will. Note carry on, not as a personal item.
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