If there is one item my girls never fail to ask for during the back to school season, it’s a new backpack. This year my now 7th grader had one request, she wanted a really large backpack to carry all her binders, iPads, books, and various other items she needed for her school day.
When we checked out the Sydney Paige website, I was impressed with the variety of styles and the different size backpacks. We felt that the larger World Changer Backpack would suit her needs the best. However, they do have smaller backpacks for younger preschool and elementary students as well.
Jules picked out the Raleigh Laptop Backpack in Turquoise. We were delighted when it arrived. It is just what she needs for her busy schedule.
I love the side pockets for holding water bottles and all of the great pockets for holding various items. The Raleigh Backpack has a padded reinforced bottom, a padded laptop sleeve in the main compartment that will easily fit her 15″ laptop. It has a top zipper pocket to hold her phone with an earbud port and a front accessory pocket with ID holder and key fob.
The back is padded and the shoulder straps are ergonomic. There is even reflective piping around the front for safety.
However, my favorite thing about the Sydney Paige backpack is that for every backpack that is purchased, another one just like it, is filled with school supplies, clothing, hygiene items or even food, is donated to a child in need. When you purchase your backpack you are able to choose the nonprofit who will receive the donation. I love that just by shopping for my own child I am able to provide items to families who might otherwise go without. Be sure to checkout the amazing line of Sydney Paige backpacks, lunchboxes, accessories and books for all your back to school needs.
Janet W. says
I love the reflective piping to make this backpack extra safe to wear. Looks nice quality!
shelly peterson says
This looks like a great backpack. I thinks its so great that with every purchase, one is donated to a child in need.
Michele Neuhouser says
I will have to check these out, how amazing that they donate to kids in need!