backpacks

Unlike some of the recent pastel Pokemon backpack designs from Loungefly, this Goldeen Mini Backpack has bold colors and a tropical vibe. [click to continue…]

Loungefly is shifting gears from their last round of Star Wars-themed mini backpacks with these pastel and kawaii versions. Both mini backpacks are made from faux leather and measure W: 9″ X H: 10.5″ X 4.5″. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

The bottom line is that if you haven’t received this backpack yet, you’ll never be eligible for this alumni convertible backpack/messenger bag. Sure, anyone can just buy it—but that would be cheating. [click to continue…]

You’re going to get a Han Solo backpack—that much is a given. But which one do you choose? The ‘Rebellion Yell’ version pictured here or the upcoming bag from Bioworld’s Hoth collection? [click to continue…]

Loungefly has recently unveiled some fantastic Star Wars and Pokemon mini backpacks, and now they’ve unveiled a cute Disney Princess design with a minimalist eyes and lips pattern. [click to continue…]

The Jetpack Backpack

Unfortunately, this backpack from Sprayground isn’t a functional jetpack, which is probably just as well. I’m sure I would put it down somewhere and accidentally activate it—shooting my laptop into the stratosphere. [click to continue…]

Loungefly isn’t done with their Star Wars Celebration reveals. In addition to the 40th anniversary backpack that debuted yesterday, they’ve added these Rebel Cosplay and Vader Cosplay mini, faux leather backpacks. Let’s drool over them from multiple angles. [click to continue…]

Loungefly has unveiled a very limited edition Star Wars 40th Anniversary Backpack Set that includes a pencil case and button 3-pack. These are currently being sold at Star Wars Celebration and online at Loungefly.com for $55 while supplies last. Take a closer look in the pics below. [click to continue…]

These Pokémon mini backpacks are actually very pretty with their floral prints and pastel colors. There’s a Pikachu and an Eevee version and both designs have matching wallets. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]

This rolltop backpack looks a lot like Link…without limbs or a head. Still awesome—but I must say that it would look even better with a Master Sword poking out from the back. [click to continue…]