People Pack - Outdoor Adventures revealed!

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People Pack - Outdoor Adventures

People Pack - Outdoor Adventures

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Another of this summer's CITY sets, the 164-piece 60202 People Pack - Outdoor Adventures, has been revealed by the LEGO Certified Store in Sarajevo.

The set features a wonderful array of brand new pieces, including an eagle, a more realistic life jacket, a baby carrier and a lime green mountain bike!

View a full size image on the set details page and share your opinion of it in the comments.

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By in Netherlands,

Wow, so many great new pieces!

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By in United Kingdom,

Love the eagle, baby in the sling is a great edition, so is the childs bicycle love the tent too,
This set will be flying of the shelves, summer is looking brighter on the lego front..

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By in Belgium,

That 'omelette' print is also new?
Those roadsigns are also prints?

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By in Sweden,

@HugeYellowBrick That's not sarcasm, this set is literally one of the best part packs of the year! It's a feast for my eyes.

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By in Sweden,

Looks great overall! And certainly like outdoor activities. Not sure what to make of the tent, but the rest does look useful and like fun!

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By in United States,

New life jacket looks cool! I know a lot of people were unhappy with the previous life jackets so this should make them very happy. It's also neat to see a tent that's a bit more modern in design than the usual peaked-roof tents. The baby carrier is a great part as is the mountain bike (which slightly resembles one of the current motorcycle chassis parts, making me wonder if it's compatible with any existing motorcycle fairing pieces).

None of the torsos, faces, or wigs leap out at me as parts I want for my sigfig — just purchased some parts for that purpose not long ago for that purpose, though, so no urgency there. The pink vest is admittedly very cute! Love the fried egg tile, which I think I also saw in one of the new Rapunzel sets.

Overall I don't plan to get this set myself, but my dad's gotten the last two people packs so I hope he'll enjoy this one just as much!

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By in United States,

Impressive.
New parts I can see:
Eagle
Tent (print)
Baby Sling
Life Jacket
Signs
Egg (Printed Tile)
Lime Green Ski Poles
That Grey Hair Piece

Also- Mount Clutchmore is the greatest bad-pun-name of ALL TIME

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By in United States,

This thing is chock full of goodness! So many great new parts. It’s nice to finally get a new bike.

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By in United Kingdom,

Love the eagle! It's ashame the wings aren't articulated at all.

Are those life jackets a new mould? If they are, why haven't they indented the neck? :(

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By in Norway,

New bike, baby sling and eagle! Cool new prints too :)

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By in United States,

Looks like Grandma is about to bash that kid with the hammer.

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By in United States,

While it's definetly the weakest of the three "Fun in..." sets, this one is still pretty good. As others have pointed out, there's a ton of great new pieces and minifigs! The only problem is I don't really have a forest/mountain layout, so it'll be somewhat less useful for me.

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By in United States,

For as expensive as these people packs are set at MSRP, they shouldn't have repeated torsos and faces from other releases.

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By in United Kingdom,

That hairpiece on the lady with the hammer could be perfect as a Sabine Wren hairstyle for Star Wars Rebels Season 3.

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By in United Kingdom,

This is going to go great with my caravan/camper collection and creator cabins. :o life jackets that actually fit 3 I haven't seen them since the 90s. Mountain bike can double up as a scrambler motor bike

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By in United States,

I'm not much of a minifig guy, but this set looks awesome. Love the mountain bike, the baby sling, and the [hopefully printed!] sign posts. Only thing I wish it would also include is the new ponytail & ballcap part. Oh well, still looks great!

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By in Australia,

Nice “I’d like to speak to the manager” hairpiece.

This is great, and the baby carrier is adorable.

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By in United States,

I have the park and beach packs, so this will be a great addition to the collection! I also love the Bald Eagle, life jacket, bike, egg, selfie stick, and baby carrier!

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By in United States,

Love the egg piece!

Is that a selfie stick I see?

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By in United States,

I loved the park pack but was let down by the beach. The prelim pics had me doubting this one but I really like the final product. Will buy two!

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By in United Kingdom,

Looks great all round. Really captures the great outdoors.
Only slight miss for me is the tent as they never feel like authentic lego as would prefer brick built. Also feel tents need some interior detail like a lantern and a couple of sleeping bags.

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By in Netherlands,

Skipped last years people pack due to a lack of unique and interesting pieces, at least they made a bit more effort for this one, a must buy for me, just not at rrp ;-)

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By in Sweden,

Fingers crossed those life jackets replace the current awful, awful, awful ones that make characters look decapitated.

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By in United States,

Must buy for the tent.

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By in United States,

@legoavenger14

Not sure if "flying off the shelves" is going to happen at retail price. The price tag on the last packs is ridiculous. I hope they don't fly off the shelves as that would just tell LEGO that their prices are great and maybe they should be even higher, kind of like things have been going. I always wonder if more of us could control our need to have it first/right now, would the prices go down? Economics can be so frustrating. Supply and demand...blah. All I know is it appears that the way an $800 piece of junk LEGO set continues to fly off shelves seems to be sending a message to LEGO that we are ready to spend any thing on some plastic we just gotta have. Can we start the revolution now, please.

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By in United States,

I do have to say that this pack looks great and contains so many pieces I must have. First day purchase for me. ;)

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By in United States,

Oh man, so much to look at here... That tent looks especially useful :D

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By in United Kingdom,

I'll definitely be brick linking that new bike and rider!

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By in United Kingdom,

Didn't get the park or beach ones so I gotta make sure I cop this. Its just the price that puts me off. But I need that fried egg, the tent and the eagle

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By in Australia,

I just LOVE this, its going into my collection for sure.

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By in United States,

@jacob1998: Indenting the neck might make them compatible with fewer wigs and helmets. Also, the thickness of the neck hole and shoulders already seems as though it may be less than most previous life jackets besides the recolored Castle armor we’ve seen in some sets. So perhaps it couldn’t get much thinner anyhow.

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By in Canada,

What are the two females on the right holding?

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By in Sweden,

A new life jacket at last after 8 years waiting, hurray! And that baby carrier really is lovely. Always nice with new food items, that fried egg looks great.

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By in United States,

The Eagles are coming as the camp g tent, buyimg the bird alone thanks.

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By in United States,

Does anyone know if the torso of the girl in the center (holding the binoculars) is new? It looks to be purple, pink, and another color. Thanks!

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By in Canada,

Eagle, eagle give me the eagle!!!

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By in United Kingdom,

@Mr. Thrawn, The baby's head and body are new in those colours, though not new moulds.

@MeganL, There has been at least one previous selfie stick; it was in the Ninjago CMFs.

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By in Australia,

This looks great, although it's probably not as good as Fun in the Park, but overall more useful then Fun at the Beach.
The eagle and printed pieces are cool.

Shame Mount Clutchmore is so close to Mount Rushmore that this has to be America specific.

I really like the Boy Scout torso, it could be used for some soldier minifigs. The new life jacket looks great. The tent is cool as well.

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By in United States,

Looks pretty cool but I will probably wait for a sale. A few things I like. The baby carrier, the egg, the woman in the vest, the sign post, and the eagle.

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By in United States,

I know this is a minifigures and accessories pack, but all these new molds in city sets are getting ridiculous

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By in United States,

Looks awesome. So many little pieces that are intriguing. Love the baby in the sling.

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By in Australia,

I like the eagle, but I'm actually not that impressed. The beach and park packs had lots of bits and pieces for all the minifigs to be involved in.

This just looks like a bunch of figures on a forced march. There's a tent, a raft and a sign-post as well?

I'll buy it, but I can't say I'm very impressed.

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By in United States,

goozack

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By in Canada,

I loved the park one enough to get two, but didn't get the beach one as it was just not interesting enough (and I could get some of the great parts, like the kayak, elsewhere).

But I believe this one will be my favourite.

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By in United States,

I like the eagle, the tent, and the motorbike, but other than that, this set seems to lack all the fun, cute accessories of the previous two sets in this series. Also, the minifigs look a bit generic. Kinda dull compared to the beach and park ones. I do really like this concept though and will probably get it anyway, lol.

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By in United States,

I wasn’t a huge fan of the beach set, but this one looks cool and will go great with the several campers that have been out recently.

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By in Australia,

@jedibricks82: agreed. I'm regularly disappointed in myself when it comes to just how easy LEGO can separate me from my hard earned savings. Unfortunately TLG seem to have hit on a system that works: high turnover of sets. Back in the 80's when regular sets stayed in production for 3-4 years nobody was in a rush to collect everything. Now, with some sets/subthemes only lasting as little as 6-9 months, I'm much more likely to grab stuff when I can rather than risk waiting for discounts that may never happen.

Only a couple of years ago I was buying City sets at about AUD $0.12 a piece. Star Wars was about AUD $0.19 a piece on average. Those were at retail prices too. Just this week I picked up some of the Jungle sets with a 25% discount. Worked out at AUD $0.15 a piece. That's AUD $0.20 a piece retail! For City sets! Ridonkulous...

Am I gonna stop buying in protest? Of course not. I love LEGO and I'm an idiot. I'll probably pick up this set the minute I see it. :(

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By in United States,

I like this one the least, but I will still pick it up for the value and the new moulds/prints. I will always get these no matter what theme it is because the value is spectacular!

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By in United States,

Wow. Amazing job, I love all of it. it looks very nice. i just wish it wasn't 40 bucks...

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By in United States,

Also lots of great good looking pieces!

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By in United States,

Why does LEGO even bother to make 'sets'? They should just make more CMS because that's all this is, it's a waste of a so called set.

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By in United States,

^^^By Christmas, it will likely become $30 or so anyway, if the last one was an indacator.

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By in United Kingdom,

Great new parts. Though is interesting that despite having more pieces than the previous two sets, it does seem to have less 'going on'. The park one especially seems full of objects to interact with in comparison.

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By in Canada,

Just wanted to add that I agree with the comments made regarding minifig-heavy sets (or packs) being overpriced. I bought the park one only when discounted, and didn't buy the beach one for this exact reason.

But yes, Lego has a tendency to overprice its minifig offer, and they are vindicated by the fact that most of us, young and old, go crazy for them...

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By in United States,

Will be picking this one up for sure. Mainly due to the new pieces. Is the log end a new piece as well? Not sure what to think of the tent. It looks great but how will it hold up? Looking forward to this one.

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By in France,

Waw trop bien je vais l’acheter à 40€ hihi

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By in Ireland,

I wish they released a reverse 2-stud-wide version of the baby carrier for Luke to carry Yoda on his back. ;)

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By in New Zealand,

I agree with @Andhe, it probably has as many pieces as the other packs but somehow seems to have less going on. I guess the raft piece is so bulky, and the mountain wall so 'big', that they didn't have room for much else? Even just a couple of trees would have made this way more interesting as an 'outdoors' set, it really seems strange that the only representation of vegetation in a 'wilderness' set is the log.

I'll still be getting it of course...

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By in United States,

I absolutely need the eagle for my LEGO bird collection.

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By in Poland,

Aw yeah! Cant wait to get it on sale.

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By in Germany,

Far too expensive at RRP just like the other two, but experience shows that as they don't actually fly off the shelves in reality, good bargains can be had from time to time. I got both of the others for almost 50% off. At such a price these sets are really worth it.
And yay, another baby. The more the merrier :-)

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By in United States,

An impressive set! It's a bit pricey but that's just the way MiniFigs are. Love it.

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By in Austria,

Outdoor Adventures without even one tree... hmmm... otherwise a nice set

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By in United States,

The reason that these are so expensive is that minifigs are expensive to make, and LEGO needs at least some profit.

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By in United States,

@david1985: How is a "people pack" like this any different than past minifigure packs like https://brickset.com/sets/6301-1/Town-Mini-Figures or https://brickset.com/sets/6302-1/Mini-Figure-Set besides being bigger and having more new/unique contents? These sets supplement other LEGO City sets, they don't take the place of them. And I hardly think one set like this per year in one of the LEGO Group's biggest themes means LEGO might as well just give up on sets entirely.

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By in United States,

Mr. Thrawn, yes because LEGO isn't making money hand over fist. The profit margin of LEGO seems to be completely insane. They still make great money when sets are 20-30% off all the time in the USA.

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By in Spain,

Another great set for People Pack, after Fun at the park and on the beach!! Lego has done it again!! Waiting to buy it!! 3rd year buying it!! New pieces are fantastic!!

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By in Slovenia,

Awsome set and picture from one of my favourite LEGO stores (Sarajevo).

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By in France,

As a mountain biker myself I’m very pleased to see that part!

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By in United States,

Just like home! I would have loved to see a few more professionals represented (forester, river guide, wildland firefighter) but it will still be the first figure pack I'll buy!!!

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By in United States,

Alright @Mr. Thrawn or anybody who knows; How much does it cost to make a minifigure? Sorry, but I'm not buying all of it. I am sure they cost more than regular pieces, but I think they know how much people are willing to pay for such things. Just go to ebay and look how much sets are selling for. Its embarrassing. I wonder if people would stop thinking they have to have these retired sets and stop paying too much for them, would the prices all come down from LEGO too. I don't know about you, but that seems to be some of the reasoning I would use in regard to THE hunk of junk for $800. I bet ten years ago hardly any body would have thought to purchase an $800 plastic toy, but when you see them going for $4,000 later, $800 dollars is a steal. Right? And the fact that they sell out so fast when in stock is sending them the message they should have charged more. Right?

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By in Germany,

@Mr. Thrawn: I take it your comment was meant as sarcasm, right?
Telling customers that printed pieces, minifigures, large baseplates or whatever is sold at a considerable markup is "expensive to make" is just ridiculous.
A handcrafted Rolls Royce is (needlessly) expensive to make, an injection molded piece of ABS plastic produced in the thousands/millions is not.
Of course, printing a part costs a little more than not printing a part, and a 48x48 baseplate uses a little more plastic than a 1x1 "Cheese slope", but in mass production these differences don't matter much. I bet you for example that 48x48 baseplate could be sold for 1.99 Euro instead if 14.99 Euro and still turn TLG a handsome profit.
Like others have said, TLG's current profit margins on many sets border on the insane. But as long as there are enough people gullible enough to fall for it and buy at RRP, nothing will change. I know that at least I don't put up with these practices any longer. I only buy sets that are at least 30% off. If they are not, I leave them on the (most often virtual nowadays) shelves.

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By in Germany,

Well, when on vacation and the question arises either to go to the beach or into the mountains most of the time I prefer the latter and that's why this set thematically appeals to me more than the beach one. 40,00 euros is still expensive for the handful of figs and I think some of the torsos are just a bit too colourful than the outfits one would expect to be worn during outdoor activities.

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