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Bixbee Animal Pack "Monkey" Kids Backpack Small - Brown

0.80 LBS
Calculated at checkout

3…2…1...blast-off with our new Monkey Pack and coordinating lunchbox! Your mission? To send imaginations soaring to other orbits. With lots of tactile details and 3-D elements, Ground Control will always be able to read you. It’s one small step for man…one giant leap for fun!

Perfectly sized for your little one, this backpack features a patented horizontal design that keeps supplies within easy reach. The cover flap pocket opens to a main compartment with plenty of space for a folder, storybook, small blanket or sweater. Two interior slip pockets hold small necessities like pencils, and crayons. Even when it's packed to the brim, this backpack rests comfortably on kid shoulders, thanks to contoured shoulder straps with cushy padding. Four exterior pockets plus an ID holder under flap to keep your child organized.

Overall: 12.5” wide x 4” deep x 10” high
Perfect for kids between 36”-42” (90-107cm) Recommended for ages 3+

• Backpack weighs 1lbs, .45 kg.
• Main compartment fits a 8” x 10.5” notebook and is large enough for a sweater.
• 2 interior slip pockets house small school supplies.
• Contoured & padded adjustable shoulder straps.
• Padded back panel.
• 2 exterior side pockets.
• Exterior front pocket holds small toy or crayon box.
• Customizable ID card holder under main flap.
• Padded topside carrying handle.
• Easy-to-grab beehive shaped zip pulls.
• Detailed with reflective material for better visibility in low light.
• D-rings let little ones clip on their favorite accessories.
• Reinforced base.

Bixbee products are tested PVC free, phthalate free, lead free and BPA free.


Warranty Information

Limited Lifetime Warranty, to the original owner, for the lifetime of the product.

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  1. My little monkey loves his monkey

    Posted by Tim Amtoft on 4th Apr 2017

    My god son spent 2 hours going around his room placing items in, and taking them out when he found something he figured belonged there instead.