Back to School, College or Uni and weighed down with books making your shoulders, neck and back ache?
Or maybe you’re commuting to work and that loaded work bag never seems to get any lighter, no matter how often you clear it out.
Well, look no further! We have the bag that is the answer to those sore achy muscles.
There are many bags on the market but how do you choose?
Well, hopefully we have taken the guess work out of it and have found a bag which is not only fashionable and stylish, but is also good for your back and your posture.
So many of us are carrying around all but the kitchen sink nowadays, and this is causing a strain on our neck, shoulders and ultimately our backs and posture.
The Healthy Back Bag’s unique design means however you wear it, it rests against your body, hugging your back with the weight distributed across the length of the bag meaning no pulling on your shoulder. This can only be a good thing!
Now for the science part!
The more places a bag touches you when you wear it, the lighter it feels and the less it affects your posture. It can be worn either over one shoulder or across the body.
The Healthy Back Bag was designed by a Leather Craftsman, a Chiropractor and a Doctor to address weight stress issues in a single strap bag, making it medically fit for almost everyone!
And on to the Bag itself…
The Zip to the main compartment is always against your back, whichever way you carry it, making it very secure.
It is also better than a back pack as you can slide the bag round to the front of your body to get into it quickly without having to take it off.
Suitable for both Men, Women, Teenagers, Children and there is even an adult baby bag complete with changing mat!
The bags have lots of pockets and compartments inside, allowing you to organise your belongings.
They come in a variety of colours, sizes and materials – so there’s sure to be a bag to suit you! See our complete range here.
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