Do you have kids in school? I don’t yet. Skylar starts next year. However, I have three nieces all needing good quality backpacks. It’s important to get sturdy backpacks that will last all year and hopefully beyond. My sister knows this and yet, needs new backpacks every year. Wildkin has trendy backpacks for young kids and teens.
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The Seabreeze Megapaks make for very popular backpacks. This color is beautiful and my niece loved it at first sight! It has three main compartments, great for holding all a teen needs! There are side pouches water bottles and random trinkets as well. The matching chevron lunch box is wonderful. It’s BPA, PVC and Phthalate-free. It’s a very sturdy, insulated lunch box. Inside has tabs for you to strap in an ice pack or drink. It’s also got a mesh pouch inside. This is great for holding all your food and keeping it cold.
Wildkin offers various designs and colors that are perfect for kids of all ages. My nieces also loved the owls and pink camo. There are wonderful ones for younger kids, like a mermaid backpack or robot bookbag. These are called Sidekicks, which are perfect sized pre-school or kindergarten backpacks. Backpacks for kindergarteners are shockingly becoming more and more necessary. Wildkin backpacks will stay in style and the brand can grow with your child. They are definitely of great quality and I would check them out for your kid’s new favorite, stylish backpack today!
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