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15 Kids’ Backpacks That Are Designed to Keep Up With Your Kiddos All School Year

Bestproducts.com Logo By Cat Bowen of Bestproducts.com | Slide 1 of 16: Out of all of the school supplies you purchase at the start of the school year, your kid's backpack is probably the one item put through the wringer the most. From lugging heavy textbooks to and from school to enduring leaky lunchboxes, your little student's backpack has to be durable if it's going to last until the end of the school year. Best Kids' BackpacksWhat to ConsiderYou'll want to look for a strong, durable backpack that evenly cuts the weight and eases the pressure of heavy loads, as flimsy book bags filled to the brim can cause neck and shoulder issues over time.While the backpack's style and color might be more important to your kid, you want to also prioritize getting a backpack for kids that's designed to be as gentle on their neck, shoulders, and back as possible. It's also not a bad idea to keep an eye on what your kid is carrying back and forth to school to ensure there aren't heavy books or binders on board that don't need to be there — lightening up their load can really help!Ready to choose the best backpack for your kid? From pre-K to high school and beyond, here are the top kids' backpacks that are full of personality and designed to take on all of the rough-and-tumble fun along the way.

Out of all of the school supplies you purchase at the start of the school year, your kid's backpack is probably the one item put through the wringer the most. From lugging heavy textbooks to and from school to enduring leaky lunchboxes, your little student's backpack has to be durable if it's going to last until the end of the school year.

Best Kids' Backpacks

What to Consider

You'll want to look for a strong, durable backpack that evenly cuts the weight and eases the pressure of heavy loads, as flimsy book bags filled to the brim can cause neck and shoulder issues over time.

While the backpack's style and color might be more important to your kid, you want to also prioritize getting a backpack for kids that's designed to be as gentle on their neck, shoulders, and back as possible. It's also not a bad idea to keep an eye on what your kid is carrying back and forth to school to ensure there aren't heavy books or binders on board that don't need to be there — lightening up their load can really help!

Ready to choose the best backpack for your kid? From pre-K to high school and beyond, here are the top kids' backpacks that are full of personality and designed to take on all of the rough-and-tumble fun along the way.

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