Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2012 Backpack

Louis Vuitton are no strangers to the luxury luggage world, and S/S 2012 looks like a great start for the brand already. They will be introducing this backpack that’ll definitely get all Fat Kids lookin’ pimp. Obviously made from the highest quality leather and hand crafted in France, this backpack comes in a white and sand colorway. Wonder how well they will sell seeing that it looks like a Mission Workshop or T-level bag (that cost only a fraction of the price).

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Eric Elms x JanSport Backpack

New York-based artist Eric Elms has teamed up with JanSport to create this unique bag for his upcoming exhibit in Tokyo from October 20 to 30, 2011. Kilroy hits the Gucci stripe off proper.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Kids School Backpacks

There’s nothing more precious than picking out your Kindergarten or First grade first backpack. At any age, little kids backpacks for school are just fun to shop for. Looking for little kids backpacks for school online is a great place to start. You and your child can look through the various little kids backpacks for school and decide which one is right for him or her. Little boys and little girls will love the independence they feel when you buy them the backpack they picked out. Boys and girls love little kids backpacks for school with their favorite characters and their favorite colors.

CLOTone Outdoor Backpack

Hong Kong based, CLOT, has ventured into the world of accessories and bags with the release of their new CLOTone Outdoor Backpack that has striking resemblances to the visvim Ballistic K Pack Backpack. The new CLOT Outdoor Backpack features both Waist and Chest straps, a leather bottom, leather zipper tassels, reinforced back panel, and various compartments to store your belongings. The backpack comes in a solid Red color as well as a Black and Gold color. Both colors are available now at Haven.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Money Stacks Backpack

Stacked Money 100 dolla bills books to real to be fack.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

How To Pack A Backpack For Your Trip

Whether camping or hiking, it’s important to know how to pack a backpack for maximizing space, comfort, ease of use, and portability. It can be difficult, however, to figure out which items are most important to pack, and which is the best method of packing as well. No matter what items you pack, it’s essential to ensure that the weight of your backpack is equally distributed. This will ensure that your back isn’t in extreme pain or under unnecessary stress while hiking.

When determining where to place heavy items in your backpack, it’s best to determine whether you’ll be hiking on or off trails first. If you are hiking off trail, then you should distribute the weight of your backpack by placing the heavier items to the base of the backpack. If hiking on trail or even terrain, place the heavier items towards the top of the

Since you’ll be hiking and wearing your backpack, make sure that any items or materials that are needed immediately are placed in an easily accessible location. This will prevent you from slowing down when retrieving these items.

Your sleeping bag is one of the most important items in your backpack. If your backpack has a separate compartment then you can easily roll your backpack and place it in the compartment. If your backpack doesn’t have a separate compartment then place it at the very bottom of your backpack, however make sure that the sleeping bag won’t become damaged by being under too much weight. Next, place clothes and lightweight items on top of the sleeping bag. Make sure to place certain clothing and garments for specific weather conditions in an area where you can easily reach them. If you encounter a sudden rainstorm, you won’t want to dig through your backpack in order to find your rain gear. Make sure to use all outside storage pockets and components in a useful manner.

Discover the KELTY baby backpack carrier

Newborn babies have very delicate hip joints and a growing spine;thats why when you need a baby carrier you will want to get a Kelty baby carrier. Baby slings and carriers that have a seat where babies legs hang out the sides often can shape babies hips in unnatural ways and put lots of pressure on the baby’s tail bone and spine. As babies grow, they develop more muscle tone in their legs and upper bodies and can support more of their own weight. This increased muscle tone helps them hold up their head, use their arms and legs with more control and generally hold more of their body weight baby carrier lets the baby hear its parents’ heartbeat and find comfort in the body warmth. Simultaneously, parents get to feel connected to their baby while having the ability to work at the computer, do housework or play with an older child.Your baby will feel held and snuggled and you will have freedom and mobility to get things done.

Backpack carriers make for happy kids and kelty baby carriers are ideal. Babies and toddlers love the unusually high vantage point and being close to mom and dad and parents love having their little ones chattering in their ears.Backpack carriers are best suited for children over six months old who have steady head and neck control and the confidence to sit relatively unsupported. Forty-five pounds of child is usually the max for a backpack carrier–and a back! Backpack frames tend to be of metal or plastic, and they’re pleasantly lightweight and can stand on their own Amenities might include a weather canopy, storage compartments, toy loops, key chains and more. Some even convert to strollers. Backpack carriers come with three-point or five-point harnesses; five is more secure. Fabrics are breathable and washable you usually get a choice of colors–usually each model has its own dedicated color.

If you want to carry your child in comfort and style, baby carriers backpacks are a great way of doing this. They enable you to stay mobile, they give your child a great view of what is going on around them and your child will feel safe and cozy in them. You will want to make certain that the baby carriers backpack that you choose is not too heavy or too large. This could cause back and neck problems for you and there is no need to have that happen when there are many are many lightweight and sturdy backpack carriers on the market. Many backpack carriers have a 5-point harness that is color coded to ensure that you buckle each strap into its proper place. Make certain that you purchase a high quality baby carriers backpack from a trusted manufacturer as some of the cheaper carriers could have potentially toxic levels of lead in the materials. This is especially true if you buy a used carrier. In 2010, manufacturers will no longer be able to sell carriers that do not comply with lead standards so the new models will no longer be a problem.For quality and price get a Kelty baby carrier.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Solar Backpack

Sun-Plugged bags are mobile renewable energy power stations designed to charge virtually all hand-held electronics. Embedded in all of Sun-Plugged’s bags are tough, lightweight, waterproof solar panels.

This three compartment backpack features a waterproof, scratch resistant, high efficiency monocrystalline solar panel. Max Solar Backpack produces 4.5 watts of power, so 1 hour in direct sun will power over 3 hours of iPod playtime or 1.5 hours of cell phone talk time. The Max Solar Backpack charges virtually all handheld electronic devices!

Monday, June 20, 2011

George Guest Hillside Backpacks

Boston’s George Guest is ready to properly enter the accessories market with their collection of bags and accessories. After three years of research and development, designers, George Keeler and Alexander Schultz, are ready to showcase their goods. We start with their canvas Hillside backpack with leather treatments throughout. It is made from thick 18oz duck canvas and features a roll/store top opening. The shape of the bag is unique. Shaped like a pear, it opens up for more storage towards the bottom.

Creative Backpack Umbrella

While inconvenient to carry when it’s raining, I don’t think it’s possible for an umbrella to ever truly be hands-free. No matter what the good people at Hammacher Schlemmer try and tell you. This backpack umbrella they’re now selling definitely looks like it lets you carry groceries or box kangaroos while staying dry, but I can only see it working if you live on a deserted planet where the wind never blows during a storm. Because whenever I’m walking with an umbrella here on Earth, I’m constantly fighting to keep it stable in stormy gusts, and preventing it from banging into other people.

Most importantly though, if my critiques haven’t been convincing enough already, if you use a backpack umbrella you’re going to look exactly like this woman does. That alone should be enough of a reason to stick with a traditional model, or just let you and your groceries get absolutely drenched. But if my prejudice towards supposed hands-free umbrellas hasn’t dissuaded you so far, you can go ahead and order one from Hammacher for $39.95. I promise I won’t judge you.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tips of Selecting A Camping Backpack

When you decide to go on a camping trip you are going to need a place to keep all of your stuff. The best option is to carry a camping backpack which can carry all of your equipment but remain somewhat light.

Backpacks come in all different shapes and sizes so you have to know what is best for your trip. You will have many options in front of you but there are ways to reduce the options and find the right bag for your needs.

It is important that you have the right amount of space to store all of your gear so you should figure out how long you want to camp for before making a purchase. After you decide on this you can find the right bag.

An important item that you will want to have with you in your pack is a flashlight. Flashlights can be big, small, heavy, light, etc. so you will need to find a good one for your needs.

There are other options when it comes to lights but flashlights are often the most practical to keep in your pack. There are also lanterns which can be useful at the campsite or even on a hike but you may not find it so practical to keep one in your bag.

As with most camping equipment, you can find a lot of information on these items on the internet. But you’ll have to know where to go to get the gear.

First thing is to decide what type of trip you plan to take. After you figure that out you can begin the research.

It can be puzzling when you are looking for bags and lights but it doesn’t have to be. The best information can be found on the internet if you know where to look.

So after you decide how long you are going to camp for, decide on the right camp lighting options. You can find small flashlights and larger lanterns and the like to put in the right type of backpack.

If you enjoy reading all that Sheker writes on backpacks and camping gear, you might like reading what he says about camping lights.

Canvas Backpack from Paul Smith

This beautiful canvas backpack from Paul Smith proves that sometimes, it’s really all about the details. Made from a sturdy khaki canvas, the bag is accented with a rich, contrasting chocolate brown leather on the front and brown canvas shoulder straps in the back. The main compartment features a pull-cord closure with a buckle-fastened top flap and logo-embossed gold tone hardware throughout, and a separate double buckle-fastened flap pocket with a branded logo patch sits lower down.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

lovely fish backpack

So lovely fish backpack! What's more, the backpack is made by a mother.

Tumi Knox backpack

Tumi's Knox backpack combines high-quality materials with style and makes room for all your gadgets.

With the never-ending stream of new technology and gadgets, it seems that everyone is carrying around more and more weight these days. Laptops, iPads, Kindles, cameras, it’s enough to make your back hurt just thinking about it. This modernized utility backpack from Tumi has you covered with ample storage for your pile of backbreaking devices. The Tumi Knox backpack ($265) has a laptop compartment and plenty of room for your other gadgets or papers, with several internal pockets and a large zippered pocket. The external pockets give you quick access to your phone, camera, and other essentials, while the modern utilitarian design keeps things casual without causing anyone to mistake you for a 7th grader. High-quality construction and a non-trendy design mean this bag will stick with you.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Dumpling Backpack

This backpack has an interesting name, Dumpling. Dumpling backpack has a few of bags. After packing things into bag, people can roll up the bag just like the picture showed above.

A Strong Backpack

Are you a good student? Off course, we shall not think of that the heavier the backpack is, the better achievement students can get. But, If you have this backpack, it is not difficult to became a good student for the bakcpack has multy functions like a laptop. This backpack is named Androcell backpack which is designed by Karan Singh Gandhi.

With an Androcell backpack, one can exchange, store, create, and view digital data and perform several basic tasks. A steady development of technology ensures a brief lifecycle for electronic products. This is why Androcell is a “Cradle to Cradle” design. The materials used are innovative and organic. At the end of its lifecycle, Androcell leaves behind technical nutrients and biodegradable waste. It is targeted at young adults who have a knack for gadgets and enjoy music with their travels. The design itself displays a bold personality. The “X” shaped brace derives its form from its function, however it gives the design a distinctive appearance.

The backpack features an interactive E-paper display that allows an individual look for every bag. The ribbed brace on the backpack has two major functions: first, it adds strength and durability to the bag; secondly, it emits light for safety at night (for example, when worn by a cyclist). The user can determine the light’s colour. The glowing brace and the E-paper display bring the bag to life. Self-expression is limited only by one’s imagination.

The shoulder straps also make use of the interactive E-paper display. The straps feature a touch interface linked to the items available on the screen. From here, one can browse, modify, and exchange files. One can assign hot keys, a remote, or images and videos to the display on the front of the bag-pack. One can also choose to share and transfer information by plugging a standard USB device into the clip of the waistband. The integrated speaker system allows one to enjoy music while outdoors. The shoulder strap also has a quick-share feature that allows the sharing of small amounts of data like name cards with other Androcell backpacks. When exposed to sunlight, tiny glitter-sized photovoltaic cells harness solar energy to power the device sustainably.

A Prada Bakcpack

Nowadays, backpack purse is gaining interest day by day.Prada Backpacks are modern, lightweight and pricey, but not as the stratospherically priced bags expressed by Hermes and Chanel. Perception of backpack combines the use of a backpack with the discretion of purse.

The backpack has a lot of benefits, but probably the most obvious 1 is the reality that it leaves both hands totally free.

A distinctive beautiful backpack created from a khaki tessuto fine textured nylon.

I love this backpack! It is wonderful for everyday use or for sneaking away for the weekend.

This latest design backpack features a large spacious primary compartment which contains a string closure also as a flap over with a magnetic snap and a variable buckle closure, two pockets are offered inside the front with the same buckle and magnetic closures.

It also contains two adjustable backpack straps too as a leather hanger loop. Prada engraved brushed-metal hardware, and also the stylish triangular and rectangular PRADA monogram metal plates adorn this backpack.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

don't let your so heavy backpack hurt your back

Recently, I read an article named "Heavy Backpacks Can Hurt Backs". Before this, I never think of change a comfortable backpack for myself although I was trouble in carrying my old heavy backpack. But now, I change my mind.

Backpacks are a popular accessory with every generation. Everyone, including kindergarten students to individuals in their senior years, have a backpack. Unfortunately, even though backpacks are extremely useful, they also have their downsides. Heavy backpacks, for example don't only cause poor posture, but also lead to muscle spasms, exertion on the spine, and neck sprain. The American Chiropractic Association stated that in 2001 thousands of people were admitted to emergency rooms due to backpacks.

The weight of a backpack should not exceed 10–15 percent of an individual's body weight. When a heavier weight than this is placed on the shoulders, it will cause imbalance and pull the person backwards. As a reaction to this, the person would automatically strain forward to regain their balance, causing the improper positioning of the spine which is related to simultaneous back pains.

Surveys reveal that the majority of children carry heavier backpacks than the maximum safe backpack weight indicated.

In addition, the tendency to sling backpacks over one shoulder, further aggravates the damage done to the back. The back pains that people suffer from during their childhood usually continue through adulthood. This article is not written by or checked for accuracy by a medical doctor. Please consult with your physician for treatment options.

The symptoms of carrying an overloaded pack are:

* Struggling and straining when putting on the backpack.
* Poor posture.
* Constant shifting of standing positions.
* Bending sideways when attempting to adjust the shoulder straps.
* Numbness or tingling of the arms.
* Irritation on the area where the strap contacts the skin.

Fortunately, many companies now provide their consumers with more supportive backpacks to combat back pain problems. Supportive backpacks should have:

* Wide, padded straps to reduce pressure.
* Padded backs that provide support for the back curve.
* Multiple compartments, as they help to balance the weight of the backpack and reduce the possibility of tipping.
* Shoulder straps that can be adjusted.
Loose straps make carrying backpacks uncomfortable.
* Presence of waist and chest belt to provide proper distribution of the weight.
* Lightweight, yet strong material.
* A backpack shouldn't hang more than 10 cm below the waistline, as a backpack that hangs too low increases overall pressure on the shoulders.

Furthermore, train yourself to adjust the backpack fit regularly. People are prone to become lazy and start dumping all of their possessions in a backpack without considering the consequences. Thus, ensuring that your backpack is light is a smart way to avoid incurring back pains.

This article is not written by or checked for accuracy by a medical doctor. Please consult with your physician for treatment options.