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Tzowla's School Laptop Backpack has a special feature that lets you charge and listen to music at the same time.
Always have kids use both shoulder straps when carrying a backpack, so that the weight is distributed more evenly across the back.
Unique feature on this backpack include built in USB cables for convenient charging of devices, plenty of hidden pockets for stationery as well as an S-shaped padded shoulder straps and back padding; reducing the burden of weight, thus protecting their back and shoulders effectively.
PS24, www.popgear.com BARGAIN 9 BUY HOT TUNA GALAXY BACKPACK: This colourful backpack comes with adjustable shoulder straps and two zip compartments.
The main findings of the study indicate that the greatest alterations when using trolleys or backpacks are produced in the proximal extremities (hip and trunk), while there is little difference in the kinematics of the distal extremities (knee and ankle).
Even during the masses, priests always remind the public not to bring any bags, including backpacks, knapsacks, and shoulder bag, boxes and other items that are included in the policy.
Besides its bulletproof capabilities, the backpack comes with a computer compartment for a 15-inch laptop, side pockets on each side, and weighs between 1.4 kilograms to 2.2, depending on the number of kevlar panels, Siboni said.
The Herschel backpack certainly appeals to the youth, what with tons of books that students have to carry every day, but because of its versatility, it goes beyond school.
They left their backpack in one of the yurts they entered to watch the interior.
Pack light, removing items if the backpack is too heavy.
In March, SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won carried a backpack on stage at an international forum to show his support for the company.
There is, however, very little information on how the carriage of a backpack will affect the pulmonary ventilation of the most vulnerable group, i.e., school going children.