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Top 5 Back-to-School Backpacks

Aug 07, 2012

School starts next month, so it’s time to deck yourself out in new duds and splurge on September supplies, and buying a new backpack fits in both of those categories, so check out our Top 5 Back-to-School Backpacks!

Top 5 Back to School BackpacksCheck out the Top 5 Back to School Backpacks
 

No.5: JanSport Rainbow Backpack

Jansport’s classic no fuss-no muss back pack in a fun new print – rainbow!  You may be trading in the sun for school, but this cheery rainbow pack should chase away the blues.

 Price: $45.00

Rainbow JanSport BackpackRainbow JanSport BackpackCourtesy of JanSport

No.4: North Face Mini Base Camp Free Fall Backpack

This backpack can withstand it all, it has padded straps, a spine support, waist strap and loads of room for all your books. Take it to class or to camp, this heavy duty backpack is made to last.

Price: $66.00

North Face Mini Base Camp BackpackNorth Face Mini Base Camp Free Fall BackpackCourtesy of North Face

No.3: Dakine Campus Backpack

The Dakine Campus backpack is made to make you look back-to-school cool. It comes in a few different fun prints and basic block colors, our fave is this purple-striped plaid.

Price: $35-55.00

Dakine Campus BackpackDakine Campus BackpackCourtesy of Dakine

No.2: Hurley Market Backpack

If hiking is your version of hell and gortex gives you goosebumps, you have to check out Hurley’s Market backpack which comes in more stylish fun fabrics like tweed and colorful Native-inspired weaves. Don’t worry though, you won’t be trading comfort for style, this back-to-school beauty will still get your books from home to school.

Price: $45.00

Hurley Market BackpackHurley Market BackpackCourtesy of Hurley
 

No.1: JanSport Right Pack

The JanSport Right backpack comes in understated dark colors like burgundy, forest green and navy blue, with a brown suede bottom. Built to last this classy choice will help you haul those books through the hallways without cramping your style or your back.

Price: $45 and up

JanSport Right BackpackJanSport Right BackpackCourtesy of JanSport

Have Your Say

Are you getting a new backpack this year? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

 

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labimba
labimba posted in Style:
Neko girl I have to get back in shape for September if u want we can be training buddies!  :)  
reply about 20 hours
animallover468
animallover468 posted in Style:
EndlessDream is right. Skipping breakfast and lunch can result in stomach ulcers and sudden weight gain (had personal experience...), ESPECIALLY skipping breakfast! You have to incorporate exercise in your daily routine. Stomach and body fat is mostly caused by lack of exercise, and maybe that means you need to do toning exercises. Try doing simple exercise videos like the 3-mile powerwalk on YouTube (trust me, I sweat like crazy when I do those workouts). Anything that gets you sweating, is the kind of exercise you need to do.  I hated working out when I first started my weight loss journey too. I would always start wheezing every time I started working out. But after pushing through everyday, I think working out is one of the best stress busters I've ever had!  If you want to lower your appetite though, I suggest eating a full lunch and breakfast and skipping your dinner. If you can't skip dinner, then at least try aiming for an early dinner, around 5:30 or 6:00. Your body needs time to digest at least 4 hours before you sleep. I started gaining weight around puberty when I was 12, it could be the same for you too.  But honestly, there's nothing wrong with having consciousness about your weight. Now starving yourself and dieting is BAD, but there's nothing wrong with changing your lifestyle in order to be fit. It's a good thing that kids start caring about their health, and the earlier you start, the better off you are. 
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EndlessDream
EndlessDream posted in Style:
You need breakfast and lunch. Starving yourself, even if you aren't hungry, makes you loose energy to the point you could pass out from not eating. Keep your diet healthy. For breakfast, at least have yogurt, fruit, and juice. Drink at least 4 full glasses of water a day. Trim down on the snacks. Everyone has different bodies and build. You may just be large-boned. And that's not bad! That makes you stronger and higher ability to gain muscle. Loosing weight doesn't happen over night. It can take months. 
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Nekogirl101
Nekogirl101 posted in Style:
For years my parents would tell me I'm skinny but compared to other people, my waist was bigger and I would always hide it. Though it was obvious I weighed more, I've only been doing this for a week and I didn't ever tell anyone what I was doing until my parents found out. I would skip lunch and breakfast and say I was full. I only ate a big dinner every night. Once my parents found out, they said it was unhealthy and if I didn't  stop, I would develop an eating disorder. I obviously listened to them, but I've tried as best as I can so far. I have barely lost any weight from exercise and my parents won't let me go on a diet because I already 'eat healthy enough'. I want to lose weight without exercising being 3/4s of my lifestyle. I know, I'm a lazy idiot for saying all this.
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rainbowpoptart
Yes, purely for the fact that you should not "hate" your sister (or anyone, for that matter).  I'm guessing by "get in trouble for her", you mean she does something wrong and the blame is all put on you? Yeah, little siblings tend to do that a lot. My brother did for the longest time, until my parents found out how much a liar he is. She, hopefully, will grow out of this eventually. Either that, or your parent[s]/guardian[s] will eventually see through her. You lose your friends to her? By this do you mean your friends want to hang out with her and they want you to tag along and you don't? Or do you mean your friends chose your sister over you? If it's the latter, then perhaps you shouldn't have ever referred to those people as friends. You'll find friends who'll prefer you over your sister, I'm sure of it. The only thing I can tell you to do is try to get along with your sister. Every group of siblings has their cats and dogs moment in life, but they grow out of it (most of the time; there are, of course, circumstances where it doesn't work out that way). Please be grateful for your sister, even if you two fight a lot. You never know how much you need something until it's gone.
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