Stylish Backpacks for College – Things to Note

It’s surprising that most people only focus on the style aspect while choosing a college backpack. Kartikeya Sharma, a well-known name in the media industry, expresses their concerns over people’s preferences when it comes to choosing a college backpack.

choosing a college backpack
While they aren’t against choosing a stylish backpack, they think it’s important to make sure that you’re indeed choosing one of the best backpacks for college students out there, not only in terms of style and looks but also other important factors.

With that said, we will be going through some of the other important factors below.

Weight of the backpack

As a rule of thumb, the weight of a college backpack should never be more than 10 percent of the weight of the student carrying it, the lower the better. However, it doesn’t mean you need to compromise on the storage space. An ideal college backpack would weigh less than 10 percent of your body weight yet offer enough space for everything.

Height of the backpack

The problem with many stylish backpacks for college is that they may either be too long or too short. Ideally, the height of a college backpack needs to be such that it’s slightly above your waist, but well below the back of your neck.

Height of the backpack

Weight distribution

This is something that’s not easy to figure out, but extremely important all the same. Basically, the backpack needs to be wide enough so that the weight of the backpack and everything stored in it is evenly distributed over your shoulders. It also has some other benefits. Let’s take a look at some of them.

  • Doesn’t get too tight
  • Is comfortable to wear
  • May not make you sweat profusely
  • May last longer

Weight distribution of backpack

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