Expired: Just $15.99 (52% off) Outdoor Adjustable Military Tactic Backpack

$ 15.99
eBay offers Outdoor Adjustable Military Tactic Backpack for $15.99. Features Comfortable mat, little and multi-pocket, is economical and practical, Wide shoulder straps help take the stress off your shoulders .

Available in various colors.

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