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Quechua NH 100 10L Hiking Backpack (Crimson Colour) $2 (Free C&C or+ Delivery) @ Decathlon

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From the website:

This 10-litre hiking backpack has the perfect capacity for carrying all your essentials when you’re out for just a few hours: a picnic, water and a windcheater!

  • Capacity
    10 litres

  • Carrying comfort
    Foam-filled back and straps. Thumb loops.

  • Ventilation
    Simple back and straps without ventilation system.

  • Multiple compartments
    1 zipped pocket.

  • Abrasion resistance
    10-year guarantee.

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    Thanks, my daughter will love this.

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    Shipping to Brisbane killing the deal

  • +18 votes

    Decathlon prices make you realiase how much Kathmandu has been ripping us off all these years…even if the quality is not as good, the price difference is huge in general

    • +2 votes

      Bought a winter jacket for my 5 year old at the time from Decathlon whilst i was in France 2 years ago & I cannot complain about the quality. They had a huge range of Quechua products over there. I noticed alot of the locals wearing this brand also. Price was very affordable as well.

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      Not exactly a fair comparison, one is aiming to be a low cost outdoor retailer and the other is aiming to be a premium brand.

      For what it's worth I tried on a thermal jumper at Decathlon last year, even for the price the quality was ordinary, poor fit, did not feel warm at all.

      Ended up paying double the price somewhere else and got a superior product.

      Also got gloves at Decathlon as they were cheap and something I would unlikely need again, they were ok, fit nice but didn't really keep my hands warm despite being rated for -15 or something.

      Probably depends on how much use you intend on getting out of it.

      • +13 votes

        Decathlon brand is low cost, buy they've basically developed their own brand divisions for every specific sports and they invest massively in R&D and they usually spot the right price for the right quality.
        Kathmandu is ripping Australians off like every other retail brands that recently went bust.
        I wouldn't be surprised if they would be the next ones. Or at least had to close some shops (which I don't wish them, but need to be realistic)
        So yeah, perhaps you went for the Decathlon brand instead of their dedicated sports brand. Therefore you get what you paid for.

        • +3 votes

          You reckon people would catch on to Kathmandu.

          They always have a 50% off sale…surely people realise they are inflating their prices

          • +4 votes

            @ThurdBase: I find myself checking them out from time to time. And even at 50% off I'm like no way I'd pay that price for a piece of polyester. Some of their premium item (with goretex for eg) may be worth the buy with the discount, although still competing at the same price range that specialised brands.
            The execs are probably trying to milk the cow while they can.

      • +13 votes

        Kathmandu as a premium brand. That is hilarious. Kathmandu is like Country Road. Once you get to US and Europe it is like Kath Man Who Do?

        • +3 votes

          I've got a Kathmandu drink bottle. Whenever I travel, everyone not from Australia and New Zealand will think I got it as a souvenir from Nepal…

        • +1 vote

          In the most part the products are premium, just that the regular price is crazy high. I took an XT Pinnacle jacket to Nepal and had guides recognising the brand and the product as a very good product - when many others were wearing "North Fake" gear. My jacket listed for $700 ($500 member) but I bought a very slightly marked one for $200. The gear is good, the regular prices are unrealistic.

      • +1 vote

        I'd say that unless you're an elite athlete or outdoors geek who need peak quality products which last, most people will be happy with Decathlon. Their products are affordable and allow everyone to enjoy a range of sports.

        It's kind of like AirAsia's slogan of 'Now Everyone Can Fly'. Cheap flight prices can still be quality; while it may not have the full range of services and comfort, they still allow many people to travel to their dream destinations. Decathlon should make their slogan be 'Now Everyone Can Play'.

        • +1 vote

          Hhhmm depend on the purpose I reckon. I dont think I am an outdoor geek compared to some of my mates (who travels to muddy jungle, goes camping even it's the monsoon season in the tropics).

          I do more of what people call as touristy outdoorsy, like trekking the Everest/Annapurna range in Nepal (with porter), overnight moutain hike just somewhere locally in VIC/NSW.

          But I can tell you having travelled to various trips like that, once you have upgrade to premium product like hiking boots, you can really feel the difference compared to using those budget gears.

          In saying that, I get your point though! But I reckon a good outdoor gear is like investing in a good leather shoes. Pay premium now, take care of it and it will most likely lasts a very lonnggggg time

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            @WillKillfor5Cents: Yeah, if you really had to narrow it down, I'd say that yes, there are a few outdoor equipment which, if you can accord it, you should pay a premium for.

            I'm a good example. Personally, I enjoy the outdoors although I'm by no means a fanatic. I enjoy going on 'touristy' hikes too, and probably get out for walks once every two months or so. Yet for me, I pay more for a quality pair of hiking shoes, waterproof jacket, and hiking bag. While it's partly also because I'm flat footed and have a weak/bad back, I believe those three things are important enough for me to spend a little more for. They also last forever too.

            On the other hand, I couldn't care less whether I even wear hiking socks when hiking as long as they fit and aren't uncomfortable. Other items like baselayers, beanies, gloves, poles, towels, etc. fall into this category and so Decathlon's products are fantastic value for me.

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    Shipping to Perth is too high

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  • +1 vote

    You have to buy a lot to make the shipping work. I bought 9 assorted bags and paid $32 for shipping. Thats Christmas and school birthday presents sorted.

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      Good idea. Works out to around $7.50 each delivered depending on how you mixed the colour choices.

      Same price as those heavy, crappy stiff bags from yesterdays post that will have failing zips and stitching

      within a few weeks or months lol.

  • +4 votes

    Thanks op bought 4

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    Gotta wonder how long these will last. $2.
    People saying it doesn't matter if they don't last long…and yet it goes completely to the issue with fast fashion and waste.
    Build and make things to late…we shuoldn't be wasting things just to save money. I can only imagine these things will fall apart very quickly.

    And to that 10 year guarantee…Good luck with that lol
    "except those caused by normal wear and tear and improper use."

    • +2 votes

      i have 2 of these an they are very good purchased for $5 a few years ago,use every day and hasn't fallen apart

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        Good to hear some positive feedback. Full price for these is a lot more, so if these don't last a reasonable time with

        appropriate use, then more than half the bags on the market would not either as this is a decent brand/quality.

  • +1 vote

    It's now $3

    Edit: that's the blue one only

  • +1 vote

    Decathlon has some really great prices on sale items. Check out the RRP and reviews before you buy, to try to judge longevity and quality. I bought some hiking pants and socks before Xmas with great prices, free shipping over $80. Only issue was they substituted a couple of the items which weren't what we wanted and we sent back. Friendly customer service.

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    $2.00 is for Red only , Blue is $3.00 the rest is $4.00 . ordered 4 of red one for Shopping , thanks OP .

  • +3 votes

    This is a tiny backpack.
    Some people may not realise how small 10L is, it measures ~22cm wide X 40cm tall.

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    Good for groceries?

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    Shipping cost is a killer.

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    Hi guy, I have tried to buy a few that are still available for delivery but when I choose delivery I don't get any shipping costs at all to Melbourne. It doesn't matter if I buy 1 3 or 10 bags. What gives?

  • +1 vote

    Will grab a blue one for C&C. There’s 2 Decathlon stores within 7 mins drive from my house and 10 mins drive from my work.

    Hopefully lasts longer than the $5 Rays Outdoor backpack and a better day pack than the $9.60 Puma Phase backpack with free socks.

    Decathlon are great. Sometimes I go there with 2 mates to play free table tennis during the quieter midweek evenings.

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      No Crimson or Electric Blue on the hooks at Box Hill. Showing as in-stock on the website. I could’ve asked staff but nah, cbf.

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        One of the staff members told me that online orders remove items from the system instantly, but in store orders can take a while to show as out of stock on the website.

  • +3 votes

    Stumbled upon this gem dedicated to the checkout girl at decathlon
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO_UVHKp5G0

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    you could spot aussies and kiwis overseas if they're wearing Kathmandu lol…

    I like decathlon gear, bought 2 pairs of waterproof hunting pants for fishing and they work a treat, their hiking shoes are great too, sure it won't be the same quality as the well known brands like timberland, merrell etc but they do the job quite well for their price points.

    I just got the sailing jacket, can't wait to try it out for tuna season this year

  • +1 vote

    I own a pair of the MH 100 Waterproof low cut Men's Hiking Shoes. AFter 1 year of daily use, it still keeps my feet dry without the need of any top up coating of waterproof spray. I'm impressed given how much cheaper they are compared to the market.

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    I got one of these for free (but it had an Australian flag on the bag) upon signing up to the membership program at the checkout. There were still at least 50 available at the Moorabbin Airport store when I was there last week.

  • +1 vote

    I can't believe how cheap this store is and they have everything… and it's not like "cheap items i'm embarassed to wear in public" but more like "obscure brands that sounds european and gives the impression of quality"

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    Ideally am looking for something in the 20L to 30L range.

    But yeah I could use this for maybe a small trip to the shops to just carry an umbrella, phone, wallet and maybe a water bottle.

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    These are good bags. Same as the free ones they give out at store openings recently. Very handy for runners or walkers wanting to carry something small without the usual backpacks restricting movement. I use mine regularly on runs.