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Features main compartment with interior zippered mesh pockets, hydration bladder compatible, compressed front panel, front vertical zip accessory pocket, 2x side water bottle pockets w/ rain cover, padded shoulder straps, waist belt and more.

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Original $34.00, ships free over $35 or free ship to store.

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I bought the 30 liter version of this a while ago. It's okay for the price, but I would not put it in the same league as osprey. I have used it a few times and it's already showing wear much faster than others.

I don't think that it's complete garbage, I'm just saying to set your expectations. This should be fine for someone getting into hiking or as an extra pack for a guest.

On the 30 liter version there's a rain cover in the bottom of the bag in a small pocket that can be removed. I'm assuming this larger one has the same.

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I bought the 30 liter version of this a while ago. It's okay for the price, but I would not put it in the same league as osprey. I have used it a few times and it's already showing wear much faster than others.

I don't think that it's complete garbage, I'm just saying to set your expectations. This should be fine for someone getting into hiking or as an extra pack for a guest.

On the 30 liter version there's a rain cover in the bottom of the bag in a small pocket that can be removed. I'm assuming this larger one has the same.
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I bought the 30 liter version of this a while ago. It's okay for the price, but I would not put it in the same league as osprey. I have used it a few times and it's already showing wear much faster than others.

I don't think that it's complete garbage, I'm just saying to set your expectations. This should be fine for someone getting into hiking or as an extra pack for a guest.

On the 30 liter version there's a rain cover in the bottom of the bag in a small pocket that can be removed. I'm assuming this larger one has the same.
Could you provide more details about your experience, where it is showing wear, what you like/dislike, where's it's cheap/quality, etc?

I don't go to the woods, but I do pack my current 30L (mountain hardwear) 100% full with heavy things like rice, canned goods, fruit, etc., and I need another one.

Thank you!
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Could you provide more details about your experience, where it is showing wear, what you like/dislike, where's it's cheap/quality, etc?

I don't go to the woods, but I do pack my current 30L (mountain hardwear) 100% full with heavy things like rice, canned goods, fruit, etc., and I need another one.

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At the seams I have seen them stretching.

I would also not pack it with heavy items since the seams and materials don't seem to be as tough as name brands

The fit seems okay. Although I have only put clothes and lighter items in mine.

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At the seams I have seen them stretching.

I would also not pack it with heavy items since the seams and materials don't seem to be as tough as name brands

The fit seems okay. Although I have only put clothes and lighter items in mine.

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Ah, great, thanks so much for the info. Sad to see it cannot handle heavy items, that's a pass for me.
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I bought the 30 liter version of this a while ago. It's okay for the price, but I would not put it in the same league as osprey. I have used it a few times and it's already showing wear much faster than others.

I don't think that it's complete garbage, I'm just saying to set your expectations. This should be fine for someone getting into hiking or as an extra pack for a guest.

On the 30 liter version there's a rain cover in the bottom of the bag in a small pocket that can be removed. I'm assuming this larger one has the same.
Do you know what Osprey model is similar to this? I am intrigue by this opening all the way in the front and looks lightweight.
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lol almost 5lb for a 40L backpack "lightweight"

Compared to what? A suitcase? Well, for $20 you can't ask for much. But I'd assume "lightweight" just means flimsy. And it ain't light.

Don't take this on a backpacking trip miles and miles in. But you probably already know that. Sure is cheap though. You'll need to spend $100 for a decent bag if you really want to use it in the backcountry.
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I have this bag and agree you do get what you pay for. I paid around $16 in past deals. Compared to my other Osprey and Lowe Alpine bags, it's obvious the zippers, seams, fabric, straps etc. are all inferior. However, the other bags cost hundreds of dollars, and for $20 this is actually a pretty good value as a day pack and more than capable to hold a water bladder, some trail mix/bars, and a light jacket etc. Has mesh back and decent straps and internal frames for comfort on the trails. It's also a fine travel bag. Compared to a typical $20 duffel, this has better comfort and utility for the same money.
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Do you know what Osprey model is similar to this? I am intrigue by this opening all the way in the front and looks lightweight.
Not sure if there is a Osprey that is similar to this. In terms of opening in the front, my Lowe Alpine AirZone Trek+ opens in the front for easier access to the content, I know there are other hiking/backpacking bags that does too. I personally don't use it much and still access from the top but it's nice to know it's an option. The difference however with this bag is that the zipper is continuous from the top to the front as one big loop which can cause you to open more than you want if you just want quick top access. Whereas on my Lowe Alpine the front zipper is independent which I prefer.
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I need to toss mine on eBay. I never use it since I've already got a Platypus and Osprey.
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It's Walmart brand, I wouldn't expect it to hold up a full season tbh. Let alone be used for anything really hard core. I guess if your child was just getting into Scouting and needed something to decide if this was for him, this is a cheap way to figure it out. I've had Ozark items before and they were not great quality, but the price made them essentially disposable at the end of the season. Invest in good quality and it'll last more than 1.
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Need free shipping, decent bag for lightwt stuff but not worth if have to pay shipping. Wonder if I can return 2nd item that makes $35 free shipping?
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I really think it's unfair to compare this to expensive bags. Full price is only $40.

With that said, compared to typical backpacks it is light weight. 40L is huge and might tempt you to fill it more than it can hold. I've used mine sparingly to haul soccer balls, baseball gloves and the like around for the kids and it's nice.

I really like the fold out front feature.
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