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eBags Review: Bookworm Kids’ Pack

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It is that time of year when the kiddos need to get a new backpack for school. I like letting them pick out something that they like, either with colors or styles. Because let’s face it, they won’t wear it or use it unless they like it and it fits comfortable. My six year old has been on a “Camo” kick for quite some time now. Everything he can get in camo he will. So when he saw the eBags Bookworm Camo Backpack he knew that is what he wanted.
eBags Bookworm
From the picture on their site, the bag looked small so I was a bit worried that it would be too small for him. It does state that it is for kids ages 5-10 so we went with that one for him. When it arrived, I was surprised that it is a lot larger than it appeared. It actually fit him nicely. I liked the padded and contoured straps which he said were comfortable. The bag features a zippered organizer pocket in the front which has a zippered mesh pocket and places for pens. It also has a smaller zippered front face pocket. The bag is nice and roomy with plenty of space for all his books.

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The eBags Bookworm Features:

  • ·Fully Padded air mesh back panel
  • ·Contoured Mesh Padded Straps
  • ·Front Organizer Compartment
  • ·Exterior Zippered Face Pocket
  • ·Straps Include Photo-reflective Webbing and Piping
  • ·Photo-reflective Zipper Pulls
  • ·3M Scotchlite Reflective Panel

Bookwork Backpack

eBags is great. If you need a bag you will want to check them out first. It is like that saying…”If they don’t have it then you don’t need it!” Not only do they offer their own brand called eBags but they offer name brands like Michael Kors, Vera Bradley, Tumi, Fossil, and The North Face.

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    Sherry Compton
    August 28, 2013 at 3:09 am

    You are definitely right in letting kids have. Say in their bag. It is with them daily, and they need to like it and be comfortable with it. Love the padded straps for added comfort and pockets make getting pens or pencils easy.

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