School is here for some, and school is approaching for others. Parents are shopping around for good deals on clothes, supplies, book bags, and other school essentials.
As children move to a higher grade, they’ll need more supplies, which means a bigger book bag. Some book bags are big, but don’t carry the weight well and will be weighing down your little munchkins. Or the straps don’t have padding and press down hard on their shoulders. Or some don’t have the option of having more than the average 3 zipper pockets. What you need is a book bag that has many pockets and zippers to hold all of you child’s supplies, and they are easy to access. As well has back padding to support and comfort their back along with strap padding. But don’t forget about the strong material! Enough talk about an anonymous book bag!
What you need is the The Bookworm Kids’ Backpack from ebags. ebags was so generous to send me a Crazy Daisy Bookworm Kids’ Backpack in exchange for my honest review. This eBags Bookworm Kids Backpack includes many, many features:
- 3M Scotchlite reflective panel and 5 photo-reflective zipper pulls
- Photo-reflective accessory strap at base of front panel and Photo-reflective webbing and piping on backpack straps
- Exterior zippered face pocket
- Full featured double-zip front organizer compartment
- Easy access double zippered main compartment
- Contoured, air ,esh padded backpack straps with doubled bar-tac reinforced and include elastic webbing tethers
- Fully padded air mesh back panel and webbing haul handle
- Privacy name card window
- Two elastic-immediate side pockets
- Coated bottom panel and Interior seams are finished with binding
- 600D Polyester exterior fabric, YKK RC zippers and 210D Nylon interior
I gave this book bag to my daughter who was going into the 11th grade.
She had to put binders, notebooks, text books, her lunch, dance clothes, and other school supplies in this heavy duty backpack. She needed a lot of space, and the Bookworm Kids’ Backpack offered space, comfort, and durability. Her old book bag was the greatest, but it was pretty pricey for a 2 zipper book bag with a funky design. She had it for 3 years and it was pretty beat up, but she was happy to throw it out. It didn’t hold everything she needed, the padding in the straps wore down and hurt her shoulders. She loves this back pack. The fabric is super strong, the enough space for books and notebooks she has for every class.
The zippers aren’t cheaply made and won’t snap off. The front pocket is nice and small for pens, pencils, papers she uses a lot. The next zipper pocket is great to hold other pencils, her school ID, and calculator. The next zipper pocket is nice and big. She loved the fact that the coated bottom panel made it so condensation would leak through. The mesh pouch on the side is great for her water she uses everyday, and the other side pouch is good for head phones, phones, etc. This back pack is just wonderful. Is has features that both parents and kids will love. It is super durable, big, the color selection is great. I highly recommend the Bookworm Kids’ Backpack to anyone. It can be used for both you gets kid and older kids.
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