Handy in town on trails and for short hikes away from basecamp. It is an ultra lightweight daypack made from durable nylon fabric. Hydration-compatible, it is versatile and rugged. This backpack is ready for your next outdoor adventure. I bought this pack recently on a whim while shopping Walmart. I needed a day pack and didn't really have lots of time to search at REI for the various styles provided having only gone to one store. This daypack ended up being the cheapest after a quick perusal. Walmart… Full review
I got this from a friend. Need the manual if anyone has it. Please email it email@example.com. Can't find it anywhere online due to it being discontinued. Any help even a picture would be great. Thank you!! In desperate need of the instructions!! This is one puzzle I can't figure out. Got it from a friend and there are no instructions or even a picture of it. Either would be most appreciated! Please email either to firstname.lastname@example.org. Full review
The boot heels split and broke up after a 90-minute hike. So, America, please keep your clown shoes in America. We don't want them palmed off on us. Full review
LOOKING FOR A RAINFLY!!! I've had this tent now for 5+ years. It still works great and is in good shape, except for the rainfly. I've had this tent for 5+ years, it still works great and is in good shape, except for the rainfly. It ripped, not sure how, the ex-husband had it. With two sides being completely mesh, with no zip-up windows, camping in FL with it is impossible. I'm trying to get a replacement rainfly, but since this is a discontinued model, I'm going to have to have it custom made, if… Full review
Uh, nice little play tent for the kids. Adults: get a real tent. Found it in the stuff left behind when a pal moved away. Set it up for the grandkids to play in. Worked for that. Two sections on one of the fiberglass shock cord poles were split. I repaired them with zip ties and electrical tape. I would not set one foot into the Colorado foothills let alone the high country dependent on this thing. Adults should consider a real tent with serious brand names (North Face, REI, Marmot, etc.). With… Full review
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