'Chasing the Sun' Water Resistant Backpack

$44.00

'Chasing the Sun' Water Resistant Backpack

$44.00

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Product description


Get ready for preschool, school, day trips and everyday adventures with our artistic designed backpacks for free-spirited folk

With exclusive eye-catching designs created by our favourite Australian artists Harley and J and Rachel Urquhart - our backpacks stand out in a crowd!

Extremely durable, including multiple sections, quick grab outside pockets and water-resistant fabric, our backpacks have everything you need to organise your day.

Additionally, our adjustable padded shoulder straps are ideal, adding extra comfort for the wearer.

Product Description 

  • Waterproof outer and lining.
  • Size: 40cm high x 31cm wide x 15cm deep.
  • Adjustable mesh padded straps and back for extra comfort.
  • Three zippered compartments with two-way zip closure.
  • Elastic mesh side pockets (perfect for drink bottles).
  • Reflective safety details. 
  • Exclusive designs. 
Frequently Asked Questions

How should a toddler backpack fit?

Kids or toddler's backpacks should be snug but not too tight. It should sit comfortably on your child's back without slipping or causing them to hunch over. The straps should be adjustable so that you can find the perfect fit for your child.

What are some features to look for in a kid's backpack?

When choosing a toddler backpack, some features include storage space, comfort, straps, and weight. Storage space is important for holding your child's supplies, while comfort is key for ensuring that the backpack doesn't cause any pain or discomfort. The straps should be adjustable so that you can find the perfect fit, and the weight should be light enough that your child can easily carry it.

What are some things to avoid when choosing a toddler backpack?

When choosing a toddler backpack, you should avoid anything too heavy or bulky. You also want to avoid anything with sharp edges or corners, as these could hurt your child. Additionally, you want to ensure that the backpack is durable and well-made to withstand daily use. The backpack is comfortable to wear and has plenty of storage space.

How can I ensure my child is comfortable wearing a backpack?

To ensure your toddler is comfortable wearing a backpack, you should ensure that it fits properly and is not too heavy. You should also adjust the straps, so they are not too tight or loose. Additionally, you can have your child practice wearing the backpack around the house before taking it out in public. This will help them get used to the feel of the backpack and prevent any discomfort.

What if my toddler doesn't like wearing a backpack?

If your toddler doesn't like wearing a backpack, you can try a few different things to help them get used to it. You can start by having them wear backpacks around the house for short periods. You can also let them pick out their own backpack, as this may make them more likely to want to wear it. Additionally, you can try putting their favourite toy or stuffed animal in the backpack to make it more appealing to them. If all else fails, you can always carry the backpack yourself and let your toddler ride on your back. This way, they can still reap the benefits of having a backpack without wearing one.

What are some tips for packing a kid's backpack?

When packing a toddler backpack, you should start by putting heavier items at the bottom. This will help prevent your child from getting tired too quickly. You should also pack any essential items near the top, such as food or a change of clothes, so they are easily accessible. Additionally, you want to avoid packing the backpack too full so your child can still carry it comfortably.

What are some things to put in a toddler backpack?

Some things that you may want to put in a toddler's backpack include snacks, drinks, toys, games, books, and art supplies. These items can help keep your child entertained while on the go. You may also want to pack a change of clothes in case your child gets dirty or wet. Additionally, you may want to include any necessary items, such as diapers or wipes, for taking care of your child while out and about.

What are some safety tips for using a toddler backpack?

Some safety tips to keep in mind when using a toddler backpack include: checking the straps regularly to make sure they are tight, not overloading the backpack so that your child can still carry it comfortably, and teaching your child how to properly put on and take off the backpack. Additionally, you should always supervise your child while wearing a backpack and be sure to help them if they need it.

Care Instructions

How often should I wash my kid's backpacks?

It depends on how often your kids use it and how dirty it gets. If it's just being used for school, then once a week should be sufficient. But if your kids are using it for outdoor activities or play, you might want to wash it more often.

What's the best way to wash a kid's backpack?

You can either handwash it or machine wash it on a delicate cycle. If you do choose to machine wash it, make sure to put it in a mesh bag first to protect it from getting damaged in the washing machine.

How can I prevent my kid's backpacks from getting dirty?

You can do a few things to help prevent your kid's backpack from getting dirty:

  1. Ensure they know to put it away after use so it doesn't get stepped on or left outside.
  2. Consider getting a waterproof cover if they're using it for outdoor activities.
  3. You can also choose a light-coloured backpack which will show dirt less easily.

What's the best way to dry a kid's backpack?

It's best to air dry your kid's backpack to prevent the fabric from shrinking or the colour from fading. If you need to speed up the drying process, you can lay it out in the sun or use a fan to help circulate the air.

Can I put my kid's backpacks in the dryer?

It's not a good idea to put your kid's backpacks in the dryer as it can damage the fabric or cause the colour to fade. However, if you need to speed up the drying process, you can lay it out in the sun or use a fan to help circulate the air.

What is the best way to store my kid's backpack when it's not being used?

When you're not using your kid's backpack, it's best to store it in a cool, dry place. You can hang it up or keep it in a storage bin. Be sure to avoid storing it in direct sunlight or humid environments, as this can cause the fabric to degrade over time.

Can I store my kid's backpacks in the garage?

It's not a good idea to store your kid's backpack outside or in the garage, as extreme temperatures can damage the fabric or cause the colour to fade. If you need to store it for a long time, put it in a breathable bag (like a cotton pillowcase) and keep it in a cool, dry place.

What is the best way to store my kids backpack when it's not being used?

When you're not using your kids backpack, it's best to store it in a cool, dry place. You can hang it up or keep it in a storage bin. Be sure to avoid storing it in direct sunlight or humid environments, as this can cause the fabric to degrade over time.

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