When looking to buy a new backpack, size is everything. If you don’t need a ton of space, you should not be looking to purchase a massive backpack and the same is true of the reverse.
Continue to read through this guide to find out what backpack size is right for you.
There are three things that you should consider when picking a new backpack:
The size of your backpack should be dependent on how much you need to carry, otherwise known as the capacity of the backpack. Let’s use the Cyberbackpack as an example of a good pick for size needs.
The Cyberbackpack is a hard-shelled backpack that expands from 11 cm to 16 cm to accommodate all of your needs. Choosing a backpack with a range of capacity is a great way to make your backpack be able to be used for many different functions and occasions.
Your new backpack should be properly ergonomic for your torso length. There is a common misconception that your backpack sizing should be based on your height, however, tall people can still have short torsos and vice versa.
The Cyberbackpack, for example, has a length of only 12 inches, which means that it is not likely to exceed the natural waist of most women and will fit most people ergonomically. It has adjustable shoulder straps that allow you to customize the fit of the backpack to accommodate different body types.
Amenities are the third most important thing to keep in mind when choosing a new backpack. This question should have you asking - what will my new backpack do for me? In the case of the Cyberbackpack, it offers features such as on-the-go phone charging and the ability to lock your belongings safely with its password-protected lock.