So I guess I just got lucky on getting this for the…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Number of Pockets: A lot like 5 main and prob 10 on the inside
Max. Load Carried: 4 text books and note books whatever that weighs
Height of Owner: 6' 0"
Price Paid: $25

So I guess I just got lucky on getting this for the price I did. While in Colorado on a snowboard trip I stopped at the Gart Brothers tent sale and found the bag, wasn't tagged or anything. When I asked the clerk for the price he rang it up as $25, and all I can say is thank god. This is the most essential peice of gear if you own an iPod, it's a great looking backpack that really gets compliments from friends and strangers. The sound quality is the same as if you were plugged directly into your iPod headphone port. With practice you can master using the controls without even looking.

All in all if you are contemplating whether or not to get it, do it, even if it had been the full price I would have bought it, it is defintely worth the money. Don't be caught without one, soon everyone will probably have one of these necessities for your iPod.

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The Amp Pack has been discontinued.

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The Burton Amp Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 21, 2009 at US Outdoor Store.

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