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Waterproof School Bags School Bag Gorjuss First prize Lilac (29 x 45 x 17 cm)

School Bag Gorjuss First prize Lilac (29 x 45 x 17 cm)

School Bag, Plastic, Polyester

£44.49
Amazon
in 3 stores
Waterproof School Bags Rains Backpack Sand

Rains Backpack Sand

School Bag, Polyester, Polyurethane

£70.49
Trouva
Rains
in 3 stores
Waterproof School Bags Ucon Acrobatics Rucksack Hajo Mini Backpack Dunkel Grau

Ucon Acrobatics Rucksack Hajo Mini Backpack Dunkel Grau

£76.00
Wardow
Trouva
in 3 stores
Ucon Acrobatics Lotus Hajo Medium Rolltop backpack dark grey

Ucon Acrobatics Lotus Hajo Medium Rolltop backpack dark grey

School Bag, Polyurethane, Polyester

£77.36
Wardow
Alpine Trek
in 2 stores
Jeva Start-Up - Rainbow Unicorn Candy
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Jeva Start-Up - Rainbow Unicorn Candy

School Bag, 26L, Polyester, Chest Strap, Hip Strap

£79.00£91.74
CoolShop
in 2 stores

Three things to consider before buying a school bag

There are bags for every style and taste.

  • A classic bag with a shoulder strap keeps your school books and papers in order, but if it’s too heavy it can put too much strain on one side of your back.
  • For carrying heavy backpack is better, as the weight is distributed more evenly. Choose one with different compartments to keep track of all your stuff – preferably one with a mobile phone compartment as well.

It’s important that the bag doesn’t weigh too much. As a rule of thumb, it shouldn’t weigh more than one kilo and its contents shouldn’t weigh more than 15% of the child’s weight. Think about what they need to take with them and buy a bag that’s as light as possible.

If you buy a backpack, it’s a good idea to choose one with padded shoulder straps and chest straps, as this will distribute the weight and make it easier to carry.

Many bags are water resistant, but that’s not the same as being waterproof.

How much water an item can withstand is measured in water columns (mm) – at least 20000 mm is required to be considered waterproof. Do you want to know more about different waterproof levels? Revolution race teaches you moe about the different levels of water columns.

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