10 Must-Have Backpacks for BoysCyd Converse
One evening earlier this week, I heard a gaggle of geese. They were definitely flying south. For those of us in the northeast we know what that means – even if you’re melting in 90+ degree heat (which I was that day), fall is coming and it’s coming fast. So keeping with the back to school trend, we’re talking about awesome backpacks for the boys today. You know, the kind of backpack that they can fill with critters and mud as they make their way home from the bus stop. (Oh, and hopefully they’ll remember to cart their homework home, too!) Without further ado, here are 10 must-have backpacks for boys! And be sure to check out my picks for 10 must-have backpacks for girls, too!
Herringbone Backpack 1 of 10This backpack is both stylish and cool, pairing gray herringbone with bright yellow.
$36.95 from Gap.
Star Rucksack 2 of 10With it's preppy navy and red stars, I love this backpack for toddlers!
$40 from Boden.
Old School Backpack 3 of 10This backpack is perfect for older boys, mixing old school style with modern color!
$55 from J.Crew.
Alligator Backpack 4 of 10For the little boys, this alligator backpack is all fun!
$29.95 from LLBean.
Monkey Backpack 5 of 10My favorite pick for preschoolers, this monkey backpack is way too cute!
$45 from Land of Nod.
Lime Green Backpack 6 of 10This lime and turquoise backpack can be personalized with a monogram or animal icon. So fun!
$34.50 from Pottery Barn Kids.
Skulls Backpack 7 of 10For your boy who's not so into bright colors, this skulls backpack is a perfect pick!
$29.95 from 77Kids.
Vintage Rucksack 8 of 10I'm personally obsessed with this vintage-inspired rucksack, available in 10 colors!
$65 from J.Crew.
Checked Backpack 9 of 10Just say yes to bright red and white checks with this fun backpack!
$45 from Land's End.
Classic Backpack 10 of 10With classic styling and durable enough to hold up to your toughest little dude, you can't go wrong with this backpack!
$29.95 from LLBean.
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