Our Favorite School Backpack is Burton's Marvel Day Hiker (Review)

by ParentCo. August 11, 2015

If there's any back-to-school blues consolation prize, it's the promise of a fresh (in both newness AND style) backpack. A few of our kids have carried various Burton bags over the years and we've found they never technically need replacing. A minor miracle if you've ever seen what children do to backpacks. Still, every other year or so we'll shell out for a new one just because. This year, our kids are in luck, because the Marvel Youth Day Hiker is our pick for best backpack. It's Burton's kid-friendly version of their most versatile school to snow pack, upgraded with colorful Marvel Comics graphics. It's an explosion of pop-culture fun that will also hide inevitable kid grime.
Burton's Marvel® Youth Day Hiker 20L Backpack Burton's Marvel® Youth Day Hiker 20L Backpack

DEETS

  • Volume: 20L
  • Weight: 1.05lbs
  • Dimensions: <16in x 11in x 4.5in>
  • 600D Polyester TPE Coated
  • Cush Ergonomic Shoulder Harness
  • Ergonomic Back Panel
  • Vertical Board Carry straps
  • Internal Storage Pocket
  • Internal Padded Sleeve for Laptop or Tablet <9.5in x 11.5in x 1.5in> <24cm x 29cm x 3.5cm>
  • Zippered Mesh Pocket with Key Clip
  • Dual Mesh Water Bottle Pockets
  • Waist Strap



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