When the little ones are already inspired by their parents' passion for hiking and the first tours of the new hiking season start, the children naturally don't want to have to make any compromises when it comes to their equipment. Why children should have their own backpack with space for a water bottle, a small snack and their favorite cuddly toy, and what to look out for when choosing and packing it, we tell you here. Whether for the next trip, the next hike or everyday life in kindergarten.
This is what matters when packing a children's backpack:This is what matters when packing a children's backpack: Less is more and what no longer fits in the backpack with the parents, should not be charged to the children. The rather heavier items should be packed as far down as possible in the children's backpack. A low center of gravity ensures that the backpack is much more comfortable to carry.
Even if a capacity of 10 liters, 14 liters and even 15 liters of storage space is possible in theory with KOHLA children's backpacks, it is better not to exhaust this. For the maximum load of a children's backpack, about 20 percent of the body weight is a good guideline, beyond which it should not go.
However, it is also important to pay attention to the weight of the backpack. Our KOHLA children's backpacks from the Happy series weigh in at 400 and 500 grams, respectively, which is hardly noticeable.