Why I bought a backpacker’s backpack for $5,000

I bought this backpack to get around in my hometown of Austin, Texas.

It was just a normal backpack, it was light, it had a pocket for my phone, and the price was $5.49.

But I knew this backpack would get me from point A to point B. And so, in fact, it did.

It took me 10 days to reach my goal, which was to get from point B to point A in under a week.

What I love about this backpack is that it has an elastic strap that’s easily adjusted.

If I wanted to put my phone down, it’s not difficult to get the strap on and adjust it.

It’s easy to put it on and put it back on, because it’s very well-designed.

I’ve only used it once, and I haven’t worn it much.

But if you’re like me, and you really want to travel, it makes sense to get a backpack with this type of design and it’s well-made.

I don’t think I’ll ever use an air mattress again, but this backpack works well for me.

I also like that it’s lightweight.

It fits me comfortably in a backpack.

And if I’m going on a long bike ride, I can easily pack my sleeping bag in the backpack, which means I can carry a couple of sleeping bags in the back.

I can also pack a lot of food and gear in the bag, which makes it easier to store all my essentials in one place.

The only thing I don’t like about this bag is that the straps are not really adjustable, so if I want to adjust the straps I have to hold the bag on the inside and lower down.

I’m not sure that I would wear this backpack for a week, so I’m still not sure it’s worth $5 or $6,000.

But for me, it does the job.