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Best Ever Backpacks: High Sierra 2382 Cubic Daypack Blueprint

High Sierra 2382 Cubic Daypack Blueprint

I'm 62, and have rather significant Rheumatoid arthritis. So, I can't drive anymore. Plus, being alone, I had to decide on taking care of the house of the car. So naturally the house won. So, when I need to go shopping, I strap on my backpack, and start walking. Generally I go about 2 1/2 blocks to the neighborhood store. But a lot of the time I'm walking sometimes 3 and 4 miles. And when I'm done shopping, I usually have about 30 or 40 pounds of stuff that I got. Well, with this backpack, which has over 3000 cubic inches of space, in like 4 compartments. I have been able to load it up to almost 60 pounds of groceries and other things. then I just strap it on. And I'm off. Today, I bought some bread. And because of the handy hook on the back of the pack, I was able to keep my bread in it's bag, and just hook the bag on the back of the pack. For me, having to use a cane when I walk. It's by far the most perfect answer. It sits great. It's easy to take on and off. And it loads more things than almost anything else, other than perhaps a push cart. Plus, of course, it's water resistant, for those rainy days when I just have to get to the store. I highly recommend this product for campers, hikers, students. And older people like me, who have to keep their hands free when they walk. Amazon was truly so kind and helpful in getting this to me. It has given me a level of freedom that I have not had in the last several years. A great product!

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9 comments :

  1. Alfred Fowler11/11/2010 3:32 AM

    We ordered this for my wife as a replacement for a beloved backpack she has been using for years and which finally bit the dust when the zipper broke. At first we tried to find an exact replacement, but that proved impossible as that model hasn't been manufactured for years now. Based on the description, pictures, and reviews here, we ordered this Fat-Boy as well as the Teton Bookbag Backpack.

    Be aware that apart from a few minor design differences (colors, zippers, stitching, etc.), these two bags are virtually identical, obviously made in the same factory in China. After examining both, we went with the Fat-Boy, chiefly because of color and what we interpreted as slightly heavier duty hardware. Honestly, I think that we would also have been quite happy with the Teton.

    I am pleased to report that my wife is extremely satisfied with the Fat-Boy. She is a grad student and uses it to haul around books, notebooks, lunches, and the miscellaneous small stuff routinely going back and forth from home to school. (The laptop has a dedicated carrying bag.) The Fat-Boy is heavy-duty and well designed with lots of functional compartments and features, including the dedicated cell phone pouch on the front of a shoulder strap, which she loves. In short, this backpack is so good that it is easily eclipsing the memory of her old one. Highly recommended.

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  2. Katelyn Small12/27/2010 7:32 AM

    I bought this backpack for my granddaughter. She loves the
    wide, comfortable straps and the great amount of space the
    bag offers. It arrived promptly and was really a great looking
    bag! Great quality, cool bag, lots of room, comfy! A+++++

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  3. I bought this for my son because he complained about to many books and not enought room last yr. Well this one sure fixed him up nicely. It is not to bulky or to wide but seems to fit him just right. He is 14 and he is about 5'2. It is not as waterproof as I'd like for it to be tho. He got into a downpour and some of his things got wet so that would be the only drawback with this pack.I asked him just now if there was anything he did not like about his pack and he said no he loved it. So there you have, hope it helps lol

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  4. Robert Pennington10/25/2012 7:32 AM

    I'm 62, and have rather significant Rheumatoid arthritis. So, I can't drive anymore. Plus, being alone, I had to decide on taking care of the house of the car. So naturally the house won. So, when I need to go shopping, I strap on my backpack, and start walking. Generally I go about 2 1/2 blocks to the neighborhood store. But a lot of the time I'm walking sometimes 3 and 4 miles. And when I'm done shopping, I usually have about 30 or 40 pounds of stuff that I got. Well, with this backpack, which has over 3000 cubic inches of space, in like 4 compartments. I have been able to load it up to almost 60 pounds of groceries and other things. then I just strap it on. And I'm off. Today, I bought some bread. And because of the handy hook on the back of the pack, I was able to keep my bread in it's bag, and just hook the bag on the back of the pack. For me, having to use a cane when I walk. It's by far the most perfect answer. It sits great. It's easy to take on and off. And it loads more things than almost anything else, other than perhaps a push cart. Plus, of course, it's water resistant, for those rainy days when I just have to get to the store. I highly recommend this product for campers, hikers, students. And older people like me, who have to keep their hands free when they walk. Amazon was truly so kind and helpful in getting this to me. It has given me a level of freedom that I have not had in the last several years. A great product!

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  5. This item was purchased for a trip to Europe. It will be used as a carry-on for the plane trip, where it needs to be compact in size. Afterwards, it will be used on hiking trips. These trips will require much more space. I like that this item expands by loosening the side straps. Also it has good padding and is light in weight.

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  6. I purchased this backpack for my son after looking for a backpack in retail stores in the area and being shocked at what they were asking! My son is 9, and can be a little rough on backpacks. I also like for them to be tough enough to last more than one year! So- this one looks good- it isn't cheap plastic/vinyl material, has plenty of pockets, and looks well built. Great color selections, he was able to chose one he really likes, now we just have to see if it can withstand months of torture! Oh- and this backpack was $25.97 when I purchased it, and the tag on it says: "suggested retail: $60". It's good quality.

    OK- so here we are about 2 years later. My son has used and abused the heck out of this backpack. School, camping, car trips, etc, etc, etc... And he finally managed to do something to it- he tore one of the side straps that control how far it expands open- which actually doesn't affect the bag too much. So he can still use it, there are no holes in the bag itself, zippers all still work perfectly. So this was an awesome bargain. If you aren't sure, BUY IT! It is sooo worth the money! I will be buying another one to replace this one! Very satisfied!

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  7. James Patterson11/26/2013 8:32 AM

    This back was purchased for a junior high age girl and it suites her needs with a little room to grow. I was a little concerned about the quality because the price seemed a bit low compared to the other 2 top names I usually buy but this was a wonderful find. Quality is there, durability is there, plenty of padding to protect her shoulders and back and lots of pockets for all she needs to fit in there. I have no doubt this back pack will last a few years into High School.

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  8. Rosanne Nash12/18/2013 6:32 AM

    we got this for our daughter, just because of the color...but it has great features. she loves the mp3 headphone port, and the fact that the straps are very thickly padded and comfortable to wear. She can fit all her books/school stuff in it.

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