Neck Pillow Store Back Supports Ergonomic Backpacks
Ergonomic Backpacks clinically proven to reduce backpack stress
Our ergonomic backpacks use air technology to reduce stress on back up to 80% and lighten effective load up to 50%.
that students carry no more than 15% of their body weight on their shoulders and backs, yet studies show younger students are lugging as much as 40% each day. This can pose a threat to postural integrity leading to related pain syndromes and problems which may influence the growth, development and maintenance of alignment of the body.
Our unique ergonomic backpacks use a system to help you tote loads more comfortably and safely. This is accomplished with a patented ergonomic transfer
system that redistributes weight from the shoulders to the hips and lower back, promoting an upright standing posture. Proper posture reduces muscle strain
in the upper body that can cause head and neck aches, muscle spasms, and tingling in the hands from incorrectly carrying too much weight. A properly
fitted ergonomic backpack enhances the body’s natural ability to carry weight, increasing comfort and safety.
Standard ergonomic backpacks design
features include: patented lumbar air cushion and wider, foam cushioned shoulder straps, adjustable both top and bottom with unique slide strapping that automatically adjust side-to-side to help maintain correct ergonomic support.
All backpacks include: padded haul handle, a large interior compartment for heavier books and other necessities, a large front pocket with organizer for notebooks,
pens and pencils (even a handy key keeper, CD player pocket and headphone port), a front zipper pocket, two side mesh bottle pockets and a new detachable cell phone/mp3 holder.
Made of durable Poly Oxford 600-denier material. Our backpacks are available in a variety of popular colors. Mini air pump included.
Developed with orthopedic professionals, our egonomic backpacks have been tested by Boston University’s Neuromuscular Research Center, Oklahoma State
University’s Health and Human Performance Department and Northeastern University’s Physical Therapy Department.
Recommended/Endorsed by Congress of Chiropractic State Associations, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and National Health and Wellness Club.
Our Small Ergonomic Backpacks ideal for a smaller elementary school student, petite middle school, high school or adult who is shorter than 5' or whose body measures 15" or less from the top of the shoulder to the
natural waist. Made of durable Poly Oxford 600-denier material. Dimensions: 16.5" x 12" x 7" (42cm x 30cm x 18cm). Capacity: 1650 cubic-inches. Mini air pump included. Available in pink and blue.
Our Medium Ergonomic Backpacks are is designed to fit any larger-sized elementary school, average-sized middle school, high school and college student or adult who is 5' to 5'5" tall or whose body measures between 15" and 17" from the top of the shoulder to the
natural waist. Also features a new built in padded compartment that can accommodate a standard sized laptop computer. Made of durable Poly Oxford 600-denier material. Dimensions: 17" x 11.5" x 8" (43cm x 29cm x 20cm). Capacity: 2000 cubic inches. Mini air pump included. Available in Olive and Blue. The Medium is also available in a mesh backback designed to allow you to see the contents of the bag without opening it for security reasons. Available in black only.
Our Large Ergonomic Backpacks are designed designed to carry the heaviest load in our product assortment and fits larger frame students of all ages who are 5' 5" or taller or whose body measures 17" or more from the top of the shoulder to the
natural waist. Also features a new built in padded compartment that can accommodate a standard sized laptop computer. Made of durable Poly Oxford 600-denier material. Dimensions: 18" x 12.5" x 12" (32cm x 46cm x 30cm). Capacity: 2600 cubic inches. Mini air pump included. Available in Maroon and Black.
Using Your Ergonomic Backpack
Step 1. Inflate or deflate (unplug nozzle and squeeze) the lumbar cushion as needed for comfort.
Step 2. Load the pack (heaviest items toward the back) being careful not to exceed the recommended pack weight for your size (see chart below).
Step 3. Cinch the side straps to bring the load closer to your center of gravity.
Step 4. Adjust the shoulder straps at the top so that the lumbar cushion rests at the small of your back. Try a few different adjustments until you find the optimal positioning.
Step 5. If the shoulder straps pinch under your arms, release the clasps at the bottom of the straps, then readjust the clasps at the top of the straps to reposition the lumbar cushion at
the small of your back. Inflate or deflate the lumbar cushion as needed for comfort and support.
If we may assist you in any way or if you have questions related to the ergonomic backpacks, please feel free to Contact Us.