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Can you survive as a tribute? This black and orange Hunger Games backpack is made of 100% polyester. Printed on the front of the backpack is a large mockingjay with black mesh in front of it and two large adjustable straps with clasps. On each side is a small mesh pocket with a "12" printed behind them. Behind the large mockingjay is a large zipper pocket with limited storage. The main zipper pocket has a padded laptop sleeve. On the back side of the bag are two adjustable straps that allow the back pack to be worn for multiple sizes. There is also a strap that connects the over the shoulder straps to allow for secure wearing. May the odds be ever in your favor!
My Granddaughter was so surprised! It was large enough to be used as a travel bag or for school to carry heavy text books.Published 13 months ago by wowmom
Bought it over a year ago, still using it daily for school.
Mostly water resistant. Very comfortable.
I can carry all my textbooks as well as my laptop, no issue. Read more
I love this backpack. It is good quality and I haven't had any problems with it. It is very spacious and has lots of compartments.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love the hunger games so when my friend got this as a gift for me I was thrilled. It was great at first but after a few weeks of school life it started to rip. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cayley
I love Hunger Games and this backpack is amazing. The only down side is the layer of fabric separating the two pouches ripped open. I was sad. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dorrie Rene Jensen
Not very durable, strap ripped after only using it for a couple months carrying my daughters stuff afounf at schoolPublished 17 months ago by Barbara Samsel
Love it. Our kiddo is a huge HUNGER GAME fan and this will make an excellent Christmas gift. Everything I buy from Amazon is good quality and reasonably priced.Published 17 months ago by shanna lawson eckles