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rated 0.5 of 5 stars The soles absolutely will not hold up to hiking. Purchased these as it is so difficult to find low cost shoes to hike in that are my size. After the purchase¬† I decided I liked their look and I would hold on to them as regular wear shoes. I broke down and started to recently use them as an alternate hiker. They broke in real well comfort-wise at first. Then 40 miles into them and my forefoot started hurting on rocks where it hadn't before. After the next hike I checked the boots. Feeling the sole… Full review

2 Burner Propane Stove

rated 1 of 5 stars A single mom, I bought this from Walmart to take my girls camping. Tried to light it. It doesn't work. You can hear the propane start to come in, then nothing. Unable to light it at all. I have owned several camp stoves before but this is a piece of junk. Total waste of money. I should have paid higher and got a Coleman again. Full review

13' x 10' Screen House

rated 1 of 5 stars Got this product, it came with no instructions. Just like all the other reviews it sucks. Got great screen house because I love camping and got a deal on it. Come to find out no instructions. Really can't figure how to put it together. Never again for this product. Really, who make something and doesn't put instructions in it? Full review

Cocoon 200

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great bag! Very durable if used for large dogs and light enough for them to carry! I do a lot of winter backpacking and needed a bag for my big, but short haired, canine companion. I picked this up at Walmart one day and have had it for two years it has withstood 4 continuous months of winter backpacking the AT. This involved a big dog crawling in an out of it every night for a third of a year and never once tearing it with his claws. I imagine it would hold up for a while with only a person using… Full review

Cocoon 200

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Don't even think this bag is available anymore.. Got the last two at our Wally World in Slidell, La. Used four nights at 11,000 ft. at Snowmass Mtn., Colo. Temps from low 40s up. No problems. Warm, comfy light. I'm 6 ft., 215 lbs., little snug but slept. If I felt tight, I'd unzip the bottom zipper by my ankles...unzip it about a foot and a half...allowed one leg to flex out. NICE! Stuffed my little pillow in the hood section under my neck. Cozy. Packs very small. Big zips, big clips, small price. Full review

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Ozark Trail for Walmart
Walmart Stores, Inc.
702 SW 8th Street
Bentonville, AR 72716-8611

toll-free: (800) 925-6278

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