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Best New Backpacks for Kids

Start the school year in style with one of these cool packs.


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MR. ROBOTO This bag has a wipeable front, sturdy pockets and padded back perfect for your preschooler. Big Kid Pack: Alexander the Robot, Beatrix New York. $52, beatrixny.com

SKATER GIRL This ’70s-inspired number is a fun throwback to days of doing laps around the roller rink. Roller Skate Backpack, The Land of Nod. $29, landofnod.com

SHARK ATTACK He’ll feel like a big fish in a small pond with this mod, spacious pack. Raw Linen Black Shark Grade School Backpack, SoYoung. $45, us.soyoung.ca

TAKE FLIGHT She’ll channel her inner superhero carrying this golden-winged pack. Lil Gold Wings, Sprayground. $55, sprayground.com

BAG OF ALL TRADES Fit all her school stuff, or turn the convertible flap into an essentials-only crossbody bag. Grove Crossbody Convertible in Pear, Laine Avenue. $78, laineavenue.com

STICKY SITUATION Trendy adhesives turn this patent backpack into a one-of-a-kind statement piece. Essential Backpack Black Patent Mr. Miss, LeSportsac. $145, lesportsac.com

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