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Ozark Trail 24-Can Thermal Insulated Cooler Backpack $10 + Free Store Pickup at Walmart

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Walmart [walmart.com] has the Ozark Trail 24-Can Thermal Insulated Cooler Backpack on sale for $9.98. Select free store pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free on $35+ orders.
  • Large main compartment with thermal insulation
  • Multiple exterior pockets
  • 2 side mesh pocket
  • Reflective tab for safety
  • Air mesh padded back panel and shoulder straps
  • Durable polyester blend
  • Color: black
  • Use Freezer Pack or Ice Packs
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How does this hold up to some well established brands like Yeti?
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How does this hold up to some well established brands like Yeti?
Seriously? It's $10

Buy 30 of these and they'll outlive one $300 Yeti backpack.
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How does this hold up to some well established brands like Yeti?
I don't have this model but I would suggest ice packs or frozen bottles and not using ice....you will end up getting wet.
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Fair point Big Grin, You never know though! my Ozark trail sleeping bag held up longer then my Coleman that was bought at the same time. Your probably right though.
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I'd hard pass on this. Barely any insulation and leaks real bad with ice. Bought a bunch at $7 or so and they are junk. Much better off with something else.
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This deal matches the previous FP deal. Smilie (Actually I see this is $0.01 more.)
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Seriously? It's $10

Buy 30 of these and they'll outlive the Yeti.

What Zare (guy below you) said. If you put ice in it, the bag will leak. Use ice packs. I have one. It's okay for the price. I only use this when it's 65 or lower outside. It will not keep my drinks cold enough in the summer since I can't use ice. For the summer I use an RTIC soft cooler.
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How does this hold up to some well established brands like Yeti?
This is not the higher end Ozark Trail line. This is a more entry level cooler. I looked at it and took a pass.
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Honestly this thing kind of sucks. I have it and it is very lightweight. For $10 you get what you pay for and you don't get much. Is it better than a regular backpack? sure. Is it worth it to spend a little more if you actually want something decent? your call.
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This is not the higher end Ozark Trail line. This is a more entry level cooler. I looked at it and took a pass.
^ this, it isn't their high end backpack
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Return mine yesterday, bought last SD post for $12.00, it is small and not much insulation. Look cheap and cheaply made, not recommend.
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I have this! Love it! It doesn't have thick insulation, but my back, when wearing it, doe not get cold. I also use an ice pack so no water leakage. It keeps my drinks cold. I have taken it to pool parties. No, it will not keep drinks cold for days like a Yeti. But you can buy a small fridge for that price. However, for a social events, it will keep it plenty cold for 1 day.
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At $10, it is great for kids to pack their lunch and frozen drinks for summer camps. You don't need to worry if they get destroyed.
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Looks perfect for my kid to take for all day wrestling meets. A couple ice packs with a few drinks, tortillas, fruit cheese, stuff.
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