Listen up little explorers there’s a new backpack in town and it’s called the PaddlePak by Trunki. So grab your PaddlePak, pack it full of toys and goodies and head on our to explore the world. The PaddlePaks are the cutest little backpacks I’ve ever seen and they are perfect for school, camp, trips, sleep overs and days out. The PaddlePak is perfect for little ones because it’s light weight, water proof and is made of durable material that won’t get ruined no matter how rough your little ones are. These backpacks can hold so much stuff you’d be amazed. My boys managed to pack in some DVD’s, books, crayons, toothbrushes, change of clothes, shoes and a towel and still had room. The tail fun has a little pocket which is perfect for those valuables you want to keep safe such as watches and rings.
Features to love:
- Roll Top Closure
- Safety Buckle Fastening
- Waster Resistant Fabric
- Adjustable Padded Shoulder Straps
- Hanging Loop
- Padded Mesh Back
- High Visibility reflective straps
- Trunki grip
These backpacks are the perfect size for any aged child whether their 2 or 6. I love the fun, creative style that Trunki has created with these PaddlePak’s and they have the cutest designs. Choose from Chuckles the orange Clown Fish, Inky the purple octopus, Pinch the red lobster, Ribbit the green frog, Spike the yellow blow fish, Finn the grey shark, Kaito the black whale, Flo the pink fish and Bob the blue fish. As you can see there are several adorable PaddlePak choices to choose from that are suitable for a boy and a girl. With prices starting at just $25.00 these paks are a great investment that will grow with your child. So far my son has taken it to school, to the beach and for a sleep over at grandma’s house. To grab your very own PaddlePak for your little one’s just head over here and see the full selection.
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