We love these super cool bags from MaxToy! An adorable travel solution for kiddos! They’re constructed from polyester and EVA materials and features a three dimensional character on the front with a telescoping handle system, a unique three wheel system for easy mobility, and a matching lunch box that kids can use for day to day trips to school or daycare. This roller bag has a roomy main compartment with two internal mesh storage pockets while the lunch bag features backpack straps for easy carrying and plastic containers to hold food and beverages.
January 14, 2013
July 16, 2012
Back To School backpacks might make you think of bags for students in middle school, high school, and beyond, but younger grade school kids need school bags to carry their supplies in too. This year at eBags, we are excited to share our large selection of cute kids backpacks including styles featuring popular characters like Disney Princesses, LEGO, Spongebob Squarepants, and Disney Cars.
When shopping for a kids backpack for school, style and design is not only important, but size is as well. Younger and smaller kids will need smaller backpacks to match their smaller torsos. There are even rolling kids backpacks designed to keep weight completely off small backs and shoulders.
For the ultimate in value, check out backpacks that come with matching lunch bags!
June 14, 2011
Disney’s new Cars movie, Cars 2, is coming out June 24. That means the return of Mater and Lightning McQueen on the big screen. If you’ve got a kid who loves the Disney Cars movies and is excited about the new film, a Disney Cars bag or suitcase is the perfect gift.
From Heys USA, the name you know for lightweight, high-quality luggage with a serious sense of style, comes supercute rolling carry-ons, a duffel bag, and a backpack featuring the beloved Cars characters Mater and McQueen. Your child will love traveling with these bags whether it’s a weekend away, a plane trip across the country, or a trip to Disneyland. With tons of features designed to offer organization and comfort specifically for smaller bodies, these Disney Cars bags are the perfect way for your child to travel with their favorite Disney friends.
Heys Designer Disney 18″ Wheeled Kids Luggage
Heys Disney Collection Cars Blazing Trails 21″
Heys Disney Collection Cars Blazing Trails 16″ Hybrid Backpack
Heys Disney Collection Cars Blazing Trails 18″ Hybrid Duffle
August 15, 2010
Shopping for kids school backpacks for girls has always been quite easy. During the Back To School shopping season, stores feature a large selection of cute pink and purple backpacks as well as kids school bags with flowers, stars, and animals. But the same was not always true with school backpacks for boys…until recently.
Some boys want solid color backpacks like black, gray, and red, but for something different and cool, check out what LEGO and Wildkin have to offer. Yes, you read right. LEGO offers school backpacks and bags for boys that feature the famous LEGO characters and other LEGO related graphics. For example, the LEGO Space School Backpack features a LEGO astronaut, stars, and a planet. LEGO even offers school lunch bags that fit well with their backpacks.
Wildkin is another brand that offers school backpacks for boys. Their bags feature dinosaurs, pirates, soccer imagery, and even planes, trains, and automobiles.
Both LEGO and Wildkin school backpacks are sized for kids which means they’re designed for smaller torsos and shoulders. Wildkin school backpacks for boys start at $29.99. LEGO backpacks start at $32.
October 15, 2009
When is a standard school backpack appropriate for toddlers? NEVER. You never want to risk back injury to a toddler or young child by letting them carry something not suited for their size. Even a standard backpack with less weight isn’t a good idea because the weight is not evenly distributed across the back. So what’s the alternative? toddler backpacks – sometimes called preschool backpacks or kindergarten backpacks.
Toddler backpacks are bags designed for young kids. These mini-backpacks are not only designed to accommodate smaller bodies, but they often feature fun colors and characters. These backpacks are perfect for use in preschool and kindergarten.
Check out some examples of toddler backpacks at eBags below:
Lucky Bums Lucky Bug w/Frog (Toddler: 1-3 years)
O3 USA O3 Kids Pre-School Backpack with Integrated Lunch Cooler
Nickelodeon Plush Dora Backpack
Disney Mickey Plush Backpack
July 24, 2009
If you attended school within the last 30 years, you’re sure to recognize the best-selling JanSport SuperBreak backpack. Sure some of the colors and patterns have come and gone, but the bag’s simplicity, quality, and versatility continues to make it a classic.
I still remember going to the store and picking out my new backpack every Back To School season. I always chose the SuperBreak. It’s what all the kids were carrying so, naturally, I wanted the same thing. Back then I was limited to the selection available in the store, but these days, kids benefit from the fact that you can find nearly every variation online.
One of my favorite aspects about the JanSport SuperBreak is that you can get a stylish look for a reasonable price. Love hearts? Check out the Pink Phenomenon/Shell Tan Double Fun print. Want something edgier? Take a look at the Cuban Brown Splatter Skull or Blk/White Different Sizes print. The Chocolate Chip series is always a hit and has been updated for 2009. And the best part is that you can get any of these and the nearly 40 other patterns for around $30 each here at eBags.
Want to learn more about the SuperBreak? Watch this JanSport SuperBreak video.
July 16, 2009
You can tell your kids are growing up when they’re no longer asking for the awesome dinosaur backpack or the cute barbie bag for back-to-school shopping. Not only that, but you’ll find that backpacks are getting pricier the older your kids get. So how can you find the best bag for your kids without emptying your wallet?
The key is looking at what grade your child is in. There are two major transitions in terms of backpacks for your kids. The first is when they move from elementary school to middle school. The second when they go from middle school to high school. Each time period calls for a different bab. Below I’ve mentioned some key things to look for to make the transitions a little bit easier.
Bags for Elementary:
From Kindergarten to about 5th grade, you won’t have to worry about your kids toting along a heavy haul. If anything, they’ll only have to worry about carrying some pencils and a folder for their papers. Which means that you won’t have to worry about finding a gigantic bag for them.
The key is to find a bag your child likes: one that’s unique, personalized, and durable. You know they’re going to put the bag through trauma. As a parent, that’s your key goal. The rest you can leave up to your little boy or girl.
A good example would be this Disney Cars 2 Backpack with Lunch Sack. It’s sized specifically for younger elementary school children, designed for kids, and even comes with a matching lunch bag.
For your little girl, you might consider the Nickelodeon Dora Backpack with Lunch Sack. This bag comes padded straps, mesh pocket on one side, reinforced seams and extra strong bottom, and a matching lunch bag.
Bags for Middle-Schoolers:
Here’s when you’re kids are going to start worrying about the way their backpacks really look. And they’ll be hauling a few more notebooks and supplies than the average elementary school student. Which means you’re going to have to upgrade to an even more durable bag.
A good choice would be the Hurley One and Only Backpack. It’s a step away from the dolls and dinosaurs and legos. But it also has a sense of big kid style to it. Plus, it’s built with more compartments and room: all with durable materials. So no matter how far your kid drags it home, it’ll still make it in one piece. For girls, you can always go with a Roxy Noble Trek Backpack. They’re durable and come with a sassy sense of style. And they’re definitely an upgrade in terms of size and durability from the average elementary school backpack.
Bags for High Schoolers:
Welcome to the beginning of life with textbooks. Your growing kid is going to have to be hauling around some pretty hefty supplies throughout highschool. Which means you’re going to want a backpack that can handle all of the stress while also supporting your child’s back. And of course, your kid is going to want to put in their two cents on what sort of style they’re looking for.
You’re going to have to consider all of the following:
4) Music (headphone and MP3 pocket)
A good bag would be the OGIO Privateer. It’s a fairly massive bag, but it comes with padded straps along with a sternum strap for greater support. It has a padded laptop sleeve compartment that’s separate from the main compartment, making it easier to access the computer. Plus, it has a dual side beverage holders perfect for staying hydrated throughout the day. Along with its stylish curves and durability, the Privateer makes for one of the best high school bags out there.