For many, a back­pack is asso­ci­at­ed exclu­sive­ly with school: loaded with text­books, break­fast, and some­times a shift, it was almost impos­si­ble to lift a school back­pack. But if these mem­o­ries do not scare you away, then it is always worth keep­ing in mind how com­fort­able back­packs can be, espe­cial­ly for every­day use in the city. Today we will help you learn how to choose back­packs and mark all the most impor­tant things.

Seams and lines

If you’ve come across back­packs that don’t fit snug­ly against your back or sag, then you know how uncom­fort­able and heavy they are to car­ry. The rea­son for this is in the design of the back­pack itself. For a back­pack, espe­cial­ly for the one you plan to load, the abil­i­ty to adjust the length of the straps is very impor­tant, you should not take a back­pack with­out such an oppor­tu­ni­ty.

Of course, don’t for­get to look at how the straps are attached, espe­cial­ly at the top. The attach­ment point is the main risk area, since it is on it that the load falls when you wear a back­pack both on your shoul­ders and in your hands. Straps should be sewn into the top of the back­pack, not sewn on top, in which case they will car­ry more weight and last longer.

The Tiger­nu T‑B3335 back­pack has a con­ve­nient fas­ten­ing of the straps. This is a com­fort­able urban back­pack, made in a mod­ern style. Its straps are not fixed sep­a­rate­ly, but cre­ate a sin­gle struc­ture with the entire back of the back­pack. As a result, the risk of dam­age is min­i­mal even under high load.

backpack material

Like a bag, a back­pack can be made of poly­ester, leather, leatherette, suede and oth­er mate­ri­als. If you want a more ver­sa­tile and afford­able back­pack, then poly­ester is the bet­ter choice. Poly­ester back­packs are usu­al­ly mul­ti-lay­ered and water­proof, which in turn will pro­tect your belong­ings, includ­ing equip­ment.

Oth­er mate­ri­als are also often com­bined with a water­proof lin­ing and, for our weath­er con­di­tions, this is a very impor­tant point, since things must be cov­ered in rain and snow.

The Xiao­mi Ure­vo Youqi back­pack is made of Cor­du­ra mate­r­i­al, which was used to make army back­packs, so it has a high lev­el of mois­ture pro­tec­tion and dura­bil­i­ty. It is worth not­ing the con­ve­nient mag­net­ic clasps that reli­ably pro­tect the back­pack from open­ing, and its style is inspired by the uni­ver­si­ty atmos­phere. The back­pack looks mod­ern and styl­ish, while being reli­able almost like trav­el back­packs.

On the back of the back­pack, it is desir­able to pay atten­tion to the pres­ence of a breath­able lin­ing, which will allow you to wear a back­pack with great com­fort in the warm sea­son.

The design of Wenger back­packs uses a spe­cial tech­nol­o­gy that allows air to pass through the mate­r­i­al. Thanks to this, in the heat, the back does not sweat, regard­less of the load. Wenger 3165208408 is a prime exam­ple of this. With its large size and capac­i­ty, it is also con­ve­nient as minia­ture back­packs.

Pockets and compartments

Depend­ing on how you are used to stor­ing and sort­ing things in your bag, you should choose the right back­pack. For exam­ple, if you want to car­ry a lap­top or tablet with you, be sure to pick up a back­pack with a spe­cial com­part­ment lined with soft pro­tec­tive mate­r­i­al. Con­sid­er the diag­o­nal of the device, as dif­fer­ent back­packs are designed for dif­fer­ent sizes. Pick up com­part­ments for a smart­phone, keys, pock­ets for pens, flash dri­ves and, if this is impor­tant for you, head­phones and charg­ers.

Do not ignore quick access pock­ets: for drinks, mobile devices, doc­u­ments, etc. They can be very handy, espe­cial­ly when trav­el­ing. These pock­ets should have a hid­den fas­ten­er, they should be visu­al­ly hid­den so that only you have access to them.

Tiger­nu T‑B3513 is equipped with an exter­nal USB port that can be con­nect­ed to a pow­er bank and charge devices on the go. In addi­tion, it is equipped with com­part­ments for var­i­ous gad­gets: in addi­tion to a lap­top and a tablet, var­i­ous acces­sories will fit com­fort­ably in the back­pack.


Before buy­ing, you should make sure that all fas­ten­ers and fas­ten­ers func­tion prop­er­ly. Chang­ing a zip­per on a back­pack is not an easy and expen­sive plea­sure, so buy back­packs only with high-qual­i­ty fit­tings that do not stick and are sewn with high qual­i­ty and neat­ly. If you are deal­ing with met­al or plas­tic fas­ten­ers, con­sid­er their strength, as break­ing the attach­ment on the strap will cause a lot of incon­ve­nience.

Wenger always uses reli­able fit­tings, which can be seen in the Wenger 5902201416 mod­el. All plas­tic and met­al parts have been care­ful­ly test­ed to ensure you easy and long-term use. Parts do not break under load and do not seize dur­ing oper­a­tion.

Robbery protection

Mod­ern back­pack man­u­fac­tur­ers often seek to pro­tect their prod­ucts from the pos­si­bil­i­ty of rob­bery. Often this is done by sewing met­al cables into the straps. thus, any attempt to cut the straps will be inef­fec­tive. Also, spe­cial fas­ten­er sys­tems, some­times even with a code, allow you to increase the lev­el of secu­ri­ty. check these spec­i­fi­ca­tions care­ful­ly, espe­cial­ly if you plan to car­ry expen­sive equip­ment in your back­pack, such as lap­tops, cam­eras, etc.

The Pac­safe Vibe 20 is a back­pack specif­i­cal­ly designed to resist theft. Its design pro­vides for 6 exter­nal and inter­nal secu­ri­ty sys­tems. Under the fab­ric there is a steel mesh, in the straps there are met­al slings. All zip­pers have a clos­ing sys­tem with a fas­ten­er on the cen­tral lock. The exter­nal zip­pers are equipped with pro­tec­tive buck­les, so every­thing from a lap­top to plas­tic cards can be stored in Pac­safe. For the lat­ter, there is a spe­cial pock­et, the mate­r­i­al of which is resis­tant to RFID read­ing. For trav­el­ing and walk­ing around the city, such a back­pack is ide­al, since all things will be under reli­able pro­tec­tion.

Backpack color and style

Just as impor­tant is the col­or, espe­cial­ly if you plan to wear a back­pack every day and with dif­fer­ent clothes. Now there are a lot of dif­fer­ent styles: retro, min­i­mal­ism, clas­sic, more fem­i­nine mod­els. Decide on your own style and note what things you wear most often. The most neu­tral choice is gray, it goes with almost every­thing and does not attract atten­tion, so if you car­ry not only text­books or books, but also a lap­top, then gray is the safest col­or.

Back­packs — trans­form­ers that can be used as bags are also con­ve­nient, and they also suit both more busi­ness and casu­al styles.

Wood­surf Unit­ed Acad­e­my is a range of back­packs avail­able in a vari­ety of bright and styl­ish col­ors. There are among the mod­els and a fash­ion­able gold­en ver­sion, and bright turquoise, and cam­ou­flage. Every­one can choose their own mod­el and enjoy the unique style and mood that this back­pack gives. These back­packs are suit­able for class­es, and for par­ties, and for par­ties, and even when trav­el­ing, they will be indis­pens­able. The main thing is style!

Of course, it’s not easy to choose a back­pack, but it’s very excit­ing and the ulti­mate goal is only to make the acces­so­ry please you and be con­ve­nient and use­ful. So con­sid­er your own tastes, and then you are guar­an­teed to pick up a back­pack that will become your faith­ful com­pan­ion in the city, on vaca­tion and in every­day life.


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