Poll | Would you buy this $3.50 pack?

Is it too good to be true?
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A backpack for $3.50? Is it too good to be true? The Quechua 10-liter hiking pack comes in seven colors and with a 10-year guarantee. The brand is under Decathlon, a French sporting goods retailer that keeps its prices low by designing and producing its own products for 50 different activities. It made it's first U.S. debut last week during a grand opening of a store in San Francisco. We want to know: Would you buy this pack? 

Quechua 10-liter hiking backpack.

Quechua 10-liter hiking backpack.

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