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Eddie Bauer Stowaway Packable Waistpack (various colors) EXPIRED

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EddieBauer.com has Eddie Bauer Stowaway Packable Waistpack (various colors) on sale for $10 when you apply promo code TRAILHEAD in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks giffbiff

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This Eddie Bauer stowaway packable waistpack drops from $20 to $16.97 to $10 when you use code TRAILHEAD at checkout. Plus, free shipping.

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Yep. These are great when running with the dogs. Keeps treats, food and water. Got it last year for this price.
Very handy at theme parks to avoid using the lockers.
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Don't know what you are talking about. Button broke on some shorts I got from there. Brought it to the store and they swapped it for me no questions asked. They told me they have a life time warranty on their EB branded products
My experience was with their online customer service, I'm not near a physical store
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Love the savings code "Trailhead". For this one, it should be "no head".
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This is a nice pack but don't trust Eddie Bauer to provide an ounce of customer service if you ever have issues with your order or items/warranty, this company is the worst I have dealt with.
They're actually pretty great to deal with. I've had them honor their lifetime warranty twice and my friends have had similar experiences.
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They're called "Tourist Targets" in the bigger cities of Spain and Italy.
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This is a nice pack but don't trust Eddie Bauer to provide an ounce of customer service if you ever have issues with your order or items/warranty, this company is the worst I have dealt with.
I've returned tons of stuff with no problem. I've exchanged a down vest several times because it kept leaking feathers. Never a fuss. I just mail it to the returns department with a note inside of what you're wanting, return address, and contact info. Sometimes I just get a Eddie Bauer credit for the original price because they can't fulfill my request.
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If you're traveling overseas and male I suggest their Horizon guide pants over a fanny pack. Both rear pockets are zippered plus a small side zippered cargo pocket. All discrete, easy to clean, and doesn't scream tourist. Paired with some of their velcro front pocket shirts and you've got plenty of space to be a tourists without screaming tourist. And please, don't get any type of belly band device. You might as well put a huge sign on your back that says "mug me".
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I've returned tons of stuff with no problem. I've exchanged a down vest several times because it kept leaking feathers. Never a fuss. I just mail it to the returns department with a note inside of what you're wanting, return address, and contact info. Sometimes I just get a Eddie Bauer credit for the original price because they can't fulfill my request.
My recent experience was the opposite, trying to use their so-called lifetime warranty, explicitly asked for an exchange of their packable duffel bag that had a hole in the thin material. They asked me to mail it in with their shipping label, which I did - then they sent me a gift certificate for $6 which was less than what the item cost, and not the exchange I had requested. It was an absolute nightmare dealing with their customer service dept, with 5-6 calls and in the end them refusing to replace the item or even return it since they destroyed the return item. Glad some had a good experience dealing with them, but that wasn't what I experienced a month or 2 ago so I'm wary of supporting them as an online retailer.
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$10 seems like a luke warm price for this. I guess "packable" is supposed to be convenient but also translates as thinner, not as durable as something heavier.
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I love how people are wearing this over the shoulder calling them slings in a desperate attempt to get people to believe they are not fanny packs. Saw a kid a few months ago at the mall doing that and I walked by him and said "nice fanny pack", he just turned beet red, that was so worth it. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
and then the entire mall erupted in applause
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Fat Batman would wear this utilities belt.
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People who comment about the fugliness or "80's back" obviously never go hiking.
There are many varieties of "fanny packs" that can be used for hiking and skiing.
Some include water bottles.

Likewise, ever have a wallet, keys, or something else drop out of your adidas/nike/UA mesh shorts? You'll wish you had a zipper pack to contain it all.
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Got this recently. It is thin material and rather large. It doesn't hold it shape as it is packable by inversing it. Material seemed water proof. Haven't tested it
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Is this only for women?
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Read these are back in style. It all comes back around. Bust out the parachute pants!
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