How to Choose a Right Backpack that Won't Hurt Your Kid's Back
Your child should not carry more than 10-15 percent of their body weight in their backpack.
To prevent your child's backpack (and the weight inside) from causing neck or back issues, here's what to look for:
The more pockets the better, so that you can put all the different items in different areas.
The backpack should not add more weight to what you are already carrying,No heavy materials and no thin materials because they can shred pretty quickly.
Chest and waist strap and buckle.If your child's school allows it, a bag with a rolling feature can be a great way to help give your kid’s back a break from lugging around all that weight.