Is your backpack sense is tingling?
Even the sturdiest of supposedly “unbreakable” and most resilient quality in a boy’s belongings have a lot to contend with. I’m talking about the unbelievable amount of wear and tear a boy’s backpack generally has to endure during its lifetime. So it’s wise to look for one that is sturdy enough to withstand the roughest of handling and one that comes with long-lasting durability and performance. Take a look at some backpacks that I have found to be tough and durable:
Don’t go to buy a backpack without your boy or whoever it is that you’re buying for. Trying out different backpacks is very important. Wear the backpack and see if it’s convenient to carry when filled with everything you need to carry. It should fit and feel comfortable as you may have to carry it around for a number of hours. Look for sufficient number of pockets to accommodate all your things. Make sure the backpack comes with double-stitched seams that will hold together for as long as the backpack is around.
If it’s for school or other light activities, Spider-Man backpacks are great. A 2 in 1 Spider-Man “Gotham Blast” is a good choice. It comes with a detachable lunchbox and has adjustable straps. It’s made out of durable 600 Denier polyester (the higher the number on the denier polyester, the stronger the fabric) that’s mostly used to make luggage. It has 2 pockets in the front and 2 mesh pockets on the side along with the main compartment. With the Spider-Man logo on the front, it’s every boy’s dream backpack.
If going out for any game practice, for example, basketball, you need a backpack that’s spacious enough to hold the ball, bottle of water, maybe a change of clothes, a pair of shoes and other essentials. Something like the water-resistant, durable, 600 D nylon Balla basketball backpack that has multiple pockets with a spacious main compartment is a good buy. It has a padded laptop sleeve too that’s handy when you want to carry your laptop.