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Everest Junior Backpack, Navy, One Size

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Whether you’re sending your child off to a full day of fifth grade or need a smaller bag that travels with them to preschool, we have a wealth of different backpacks to choose from to carry just the right amount of necessities your child needs. At Pottery Barn Kids, we have backpack designs your child is sure to fall in love with, in just the right size for you to pack a , change of clothes and other necessities. Browse through our wide selection to find just the right backpack for your child’s first day of preschool, Pre-K, kindergarten or elementary school.

Backpack Buying Tips
How do you pick the best backpack for your child when you're facing a full aisle in the store? Here are a few things to keep in mind when you're shopping.
Two straps: This will distribute the weight evenly and for the carrier's back, neck and shoulders.
Reflective: If children will be walking home from school or out at night, their backpack should have pieces of reflective material on the bag.
Fit: Have your child try on the bag before you purchase it. The bottom of the bag should meet the lower back, but should not be more than 4 inches below the waistline. The point at which the bag and straps meet should be 1 to 2 inches below the top of the shoulders.
Weight: When you've selected the right backpack, make sure you don't overload it. The recommends that a backpack should not exceed 15 to 20 percent of a child's body weight, but the recommends not exceeding 10 percent.

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    Backpack Buying Tips
    How do you pick the best backpack for your child when you're facing a full aisle in the store? Here are a few things to keep in mind when you're shopping.
    Two straps: This will distribute the weight evenly and is safer for the carrier's back, neck and shoulders.
    Reflective: If children will be walking home from school or out at night, their backpack should have pieces of reflective material on the bag.
    Fit: Have your child try on the bag before you purchase it. The bottom of the bag should meet the lower back, but should not be more than 4 inches below the waistline. The point at which the bag and straps meet should be 1 to 2 inches below the top of the shoulders.
    Weight: When you've selected the right backpack, make sure you don't overload it. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons recommends that a backpack should not exceed 15 to 20 percent of a child's body weight, but the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends not exceeding 10 percent.

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