Mother’s all around are busy looking for some good quality backpack that would help their kids lessen the burden to some extent. A few of them demand that the bagpack too should be durable enough to be passed onto other kids when it’s their time.
While backpack on wheels is emerging out to be an option, many shoppers in Vancouver believe that it will do little to solve their problems as the schools in Vancouver have too many stairs to climb. Priya Kooner-lalli,
10-year-old, from the Vancouver school therefore decided to step in for a very stylish over-the-shoulder computer bag.
Yuka Pryde, mother of three, whose eldest child, Tyler, is the one going into grade one said, “I did some research into backpacks because I wanted something durable. I'm hoping the backpack will last a few years so it can be passed down [to other kids in the family]”.
Studying sciences at Langara College, thirty-year-old Erin Forber holds that backpack on wheels is an impractical idea. Candice Moorman, mother of a five-year-old daughter, Dylan says that she would go in for a regular backpack and would certainly not fall for brands as her little daughter looks as happy and delighted in shoe store as she is in a toy store.
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