The backpack has been the primary way people shuttle their items around since the term was first coined in 1910. Unfortunately poorly designed backpacks have been the source of poor posture and even chronic back pain in countless children, students, and adults alike. An ergonomic backpack should be thickly padded, come with wide “S”shape shoulder straps, and waist or chest straps to evenly distribute the weight of the backpack across your upper body.
Considering the frequency (almost daily) that most of us use a backpack to carry our laptops, binders, and everything else under the sun, it’s critical to invest in an ergonomic backpack that doesn’t destroy your posture or lead to back strains over time. In this reviews guide I look at the 5 most ergonomic backpacks you should get for the sake of your body and the precious items you carry every day.
Each of them offer something unique in terms of size, features such as anti theft protection and water proof material while adapting the same essential ergonomic principles that make them easy on your back even after prolonged usage.
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