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What’s the one thing that kids want to make them look cool for back to school? Well if you say clothing you would be correct… another thing would be that perfect backpack. My brothers are very picky when it comes to choosing a backpack for back to school and mommy would usually have to go to a few stores until they find that one perfect backpack. Well if you’re looking for a backpack that’s truly unique then there is no need to go searching further than MadPax. MadPax represents the evolution of the backpack. They rock 3D backpacks and accessories that are two parts funk, a pound of punk and a dash of double dare. So take a bite!
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My brother was sent the Warp Speed back pack which unfortunately is sold out now. Sorry! But great news they are always coming up with brand new designs so I’m sure they will have something even better soon.
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The description of the Warp Speed back pack was too funny not to share.
We have lift off! Rock the collective cosmos with the latest blast from your friends at MadPax. Meet Warp Speed, ruler of the 3D galaxy and beyond. Planets away from all things ordinary, we decided to take this one pack to the future, bends of light make all things mighty right. You’ll see stars and be the star both on and off the intergalactic campus. note: Gravity not included
My brother hasn’t seen stars as yet but he sure thinks that he’s a superstar with the Warp Speed back pack from Mad Pax.
This backpack has everything that an elementary, high school or even college student would want. These are the features and I know you’re going to love them.
- Two side zip pockets, padded laptop sleeve, interior zip pocket
- Photo-real printing
- Adjustable padded straps with D-rings for easy clipping and chest strap
- Comfort air-mesh back padding
- Clear ID window
This is so big that it can hold Three 2″ binders and lots more!
OK so don’t let the size fool you. This back pack is also pretty lightweight. It actually weighs 1.6lbs. The feature that my brother really loved though was the padded shoulder straps with the chest strap. My brother is autistic and loves the security that gives to him. It’s like being hugged!
Now while my brother’s Warp Speed may be unavailable you can also get Spiketus-Rex, the Blok, the Bubble or even the Later Gater. Even the names are cool but they look so much cooler in person. You can shop by size which means you can get either the Full Pack which is perfect for the bigger kids, or for the tiny ones like me you can get the Half Pack. The dimensions for the full packs are: 18″H X 14″W X 8″D, while the dimensions for the half packs are: 14″H X 12″W X 6″D.
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So if you’re looking for different, unique, dynamic, funky and fresh then you need look no further than Mad Pax for your back to school back pack and other fun accessories. Yes there are other accessories. There is the Nibbler which is an insulated lunchbox. There are also Pack-cessories which includes the Mighty Bite (mini bag) and Ledlox (pencil case holder).
My brother is really rocking his Mad Pax back pack and can’t wait for school to reopen to show it off to his friends. He is surely going to be one cool dude! And you know what? Mad Pax gets his BIG THUMBS UP!
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