Lucky Bums Tracker Daypack

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Finally an all-around pack designed and engineered for kids. The Lucky Bums Tracker 20L Backpack for Kids is the ideal all-around pack for travel, hiking, camping and school. The pack has all the bells and whistles you would expect from a rugged pack designed specifically for kids. The pack includes 4 exterior loops, 4 storage compartments, 2 side water bottle holders, padded back for airflow, moisture wicking shoulder strap, removable hip straps, fully adjustable sternum strap with integrated safety whistle in the sternum buckle, durable kid friendly buckles and proven YKK zippers. Its a solid pack, so don't be surprised to see it on some adults too! The Lucky Bums Tracker 20L Backpack for Kids has a lifetime warranty covering material defects and workmanship.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Lucky Bums Tracker full-featured daypack is the ultimate in kids hiking or hunting packs. Super comfortable shaped shoulder straps, a waist belt and Mossy Oak Break-Up micro brushed fabric all in a pack built for smaller bodies. This daypack distributes weight effectively allowing kids to easily pack gear and water. It comes in two sizes for children from ages 5-14. It is camouflaged, so kids should bring some "blaze orange" with them during hunting season.

- UpsideOver

Lucky Bums Tracker Daypack

previously retailed for:
$54.00 - $63.95

The Lucky Bums Tracker Daypack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 7, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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