Thursday, September 8, 2016
Tips For Picking Out the Right Backpack
First, figure out what size backpack you will be needing. Basically, what you might be putting into the backpack, along with its dimensions, is obviously quite elementary. In addition, how large of a space all of your items will take up, together in total, should be kept in mind. Even though your tablet or laptop fits, remember that you might want to carry a jacket or make-up pouch along side it.
Next, decide on the style that fits you. The variety can be infinite. Drawstrings, clasps or zippers have a particular look and function. Materials such as leather, canvas, ripstop nylon or cuben fiber affect not just its weight, but also the touch and feel. You might even want to express yourself with a certain color or graphic.
Finally, the fit and comfort is vital. Movements like bending, shrugging, or twisting should not feel restrictive. Be sure the backpack will adjust properly to fit snugly without too much pressure or feeling too tight or heavy. Shoulder and hip straps help to give you extra balance on long commutes. Some backpacks provide padded straps or an aerated panel for further comfort.
Which direction you might want to go is ultimately determined by considering all of these options, your needs, and your style. Over and above all, being sure that what you are getting is authentic and not a knockoff of the real thing will deliver the experience you hoped for.
For me, among the virtually limitless possibilities, a black CHANEL CC flap drawstring fits both my needs and my style.