It’s nearly time for a new school year which means it’s time to start looking for the perfect backpack for the year. What makes a great backpack? One that meets every single one of your child’s needs. For us, that means, we need a place to hold a water bottle, big enough to hold a lunch box as well as her books and folders and it has to be comfortable to wear. Fenrici meets all those needs and more.
Peyton is wearing the medium size backpack in Gratitude. It also comes in a large size. Besides Gratitude, you could choose from nine other designs. Most designs come in 2 sizes either the medium or the large. I would say large is going to be for your middle schooler, high school or college age student. The medium is perfect for elementary age children and middle schoolers.
There are plenty of pockets to keep your student organized too. With 2 deep side pockets, your child can carry a thermos in one and a water bottle in the other. Or 2 water bottles if they have sports or activities after school. There is a small outer pouch, perfect for keeping a snack or items you want quick access to. There is a middle size pouch with 2 inner pockets and a pencil/pen holder. The mesh bag is a great place to keep money or other items you want to see but keep secure. And the inside pouch has a space to keep a tablet or small computer which can be secured to minimize movement while in transit.
Did you notice the straps and back panel are padded? Peyton did, she noticed it right away and commented on how comfortable it would be during the school year. There is also reflective material on the shoulder straps so your student is easier for cars and others to see on those early mornings before the sun is fully up. Another feature that Peyton really liked was the chest strap, she loves it when a backpack has these. Peyton says it makes the backpack more comfortable to wear and minimizes the pulling sensation she feels on her back when wearing it.
One thing that I think is really wonderful about Fenrici and that sets them apart from other backpacks is that a portion, 5%, of net proceeds are donated to the non-profit Global Genes to fund the research and education for childhood rare diseases. I love it when a company gives back, especially when it gives back to a cause that affects its consumers.
Fenrici backpacks can be found online at Fenrici or Amazon.