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20L Ozark Trail Thomas Hollow Backpack w/ Insulated Cooler Pocket (Red) EXPIRED

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Walmart has 20L Ozark Trail Thomas Hollow Backpack (Red) on sale for $9.97. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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Features:
  • Large main compartment with interior pouch
  • Fleece-lined media pocket
  • Front bungee cinch system as gear attachment points
  • 2 Side water bottle pockets
  • Bottom thermal insulated pocket
  • Hydration compatible
  • Comfortable padded shoulder strap and back panel

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Walmart [walmart.com] has the Ozark Trail 20L Thomas Hollow Backpack with Insulated Cooler Pocket (Gray or Red) on clearance for $9.97. Shipping is free with Walmart+ or $35+ orders.

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GoFree asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 09:55 PM
12-03-2021 at 12:31 PM
No, purchase a 2L separately.
jtree1 asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 12:49 PM
12-03-2021 at 02:51 PM
It's a decent backpack, I've had mine for a couple of years. I've never really treated it rough like hiking or rock climbing but I couldn't pass it up!

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chances are, if it doesnt claim a feature, it doesnt have the feature.

most backpacks arent rain resistant. hinking backpacks especially. weight savings is king. no need to carry rain proof backpack when its sunny and 90°. also, rain proof material isnt durable against the type of punishment most backpacks go through. instead you use a rain cover that is stored away for general use and gets put on when it rains.
Good find. This 35L one is also half price. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-...e/48931720
Since no one else has directly answered: Personal item sizes varies between airlines, but of the airlines that do give dimensions, the volume of the bag works out to between 27-33L. Best is to look up the airlines you're planning to travel on and get an idea of the tightest restrictions you could face. https://www.smartertravel.com/per...-carry-on/

Problem is that bags that give a volume measurement aren't always accurate, so for your purpose, best to calculate it yourself off the bag dimensions.

I've traveled with a 35L bag and if it's not stuffed, I can get it under a seat. Most airlines won't question your bag if it looks like it doesn't take much space and isn't bursting at the seams. This 22L bag should fit fine under the seat in front of you and leave a little depth for your legs/feet.

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Good find. This 35L one is also half price. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-...e/48931720
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is this thing any good? for ten bucks?
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Backpack noob here... Do these types of backpack protect against rain? Cant seem to find it in the description if so. Also seems like the $15 for the 35L is a better buy? Thanks
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Backpack noob here... Do these types of backpack protect against rain? Cant seem to find it in the description if so. Also seems like the $15 for the 35L is a better buy? Thanks
Not really they are just plastic. Even a small drizzle will get through.
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Backpack noob here... Do these types of backpack protect against rain? Cant seem to find it in the description if so. Also seems like the $15 for the 35L is a better buy? Thanks
chances are, if it doesnt claim a feature, it doesnt have the feature.

most backpacks arent rain resistant. hinking backpacks especially. weight savings is king. no need to carry rain proof backpack when its sunny and 90°. also, rain proof material isnt durable against the type of punishment most backpacks go through. instead you use a rain cover that is stored away for general use and gets put on when it rains.
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chances are, if it doesnt claim a feature, it doesnt have the feature.

most backpacks arent rain resistant. hinking backpacks especially. weight savings is king. no need to carry rain proof backpack when its sunny and 90°. also, rain proof material isnt durable against the type of punishment most backpacks go through. instead you use a rain cover that is stored away for general use and gets put on when it rains.
OK thanks I actually have the rain cover I am using with another pack so all good. I just have purchased one of these daypacks before so appreciate the insight
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Can someone please tell me how many liters of a backpack one can have as a personal item on an airplane? Thanks in advance
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Backpack noob here... Do these types of backpack protect against rain? Cant seem to find it in the description if so. Also seems like the $15 for the 35L is a better buy? Thanks
I wouldn't say 35L is a better buy without knowing your use and body size. We're smaller people in our household. 20L works for most of our uses — it also fits better on our bodies
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Can someone please tell me how many liters of a backpack one can have as a personal item on an airplane? Thanks in advance
20L if I not mistaken. I carry on a 22L and have never had an issue.
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20L if I not mistaken. I carry on a 22L and have never had an issue.
The typical luggage carry-on size restriction is less than 45 liters or 2772 cubic inches (22*14*9 inches). Although 45 liters would be the volume of space the bag displaces, not the volume of what it can carry. You are better off looking at the dimensions of the bag vs its capacity.
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The typical luggage carry-on size restriction is less than 45 liters or 2772 cubic inches (22*14*9 inches). Although 45 liters would be the volume of space the bag displaces, not the volume of what it can carry. You are better off looking at the dimensions of the bag vs its capacity.
What Caesar said. Airlines typically have size/dimension restrictions vs. capacity, although the former does cap the latter.
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