American Eagle Backpack Patriotic USA School Bags Custom Collection Launched

Gear Hangar, an online fashion store, announced a new backpack collection to celebrate the beginning of the new school year. The handmade backpacks are ideal for users aged four and up, featuring various designs including the US flag and eagle, tattoo models, animal prints etc.

Anderson, United States - August 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Gear Hangar, an online store specializing in custom accessories, launched a new collection of custom-printed backpacks and school bags. The new products include US patriotic designs, animal prints, fashion designs and various others, being an ideal option for school and college students, hikers, campers and anyone looking for high-quality backpacks.

More information can be found at https://gearhangarzone.com/collections/backpacks.

The beginning of the new school year is marked by parents and children shopping for various school accessories. As one of the most frequently used items, a high-quality backpack is essential for school and college students – while helping them carry their school items, it is also considered an important fashion element, making a statement about the personality and the preferences of the wearer.

Gear Hangar is an online store providing a wide range of custom products including tote bags, pillows and shoes featuring different custom designs. To celebrate the beginning of the new school year, the store has launched a large collection of custom-printed handmade backpacks.

Traditionally among the most popular models in the US, patriotic designs have recently seen a growth in popularity with younger wearers as well. Children, teenagers and young adults are becoming increasingly more interested in the American eagle and flag, sporting it on everything from T-shirts to sneakers, badges and cars.

Gear Hangar offers two custom-printed patriotic backpacks, featuring the US eagle or the flag. The shoulder straps are ergonomic and fully-adjustable, making the backpack ideal for children as young as four. The fully padded back panel and the breathable mesh fabric offer increased wearing comfort.

The new Gear Hangar backpack collection also includes a variety of other designs, including horses, tattoos, the Calavera Catrina and many others.

All Gear Hangar products are available exclusively through the store’s official website. Shipping times typically range from 10 to 25 days.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel K. Voyles
Organization: Gear Hangar
Address: 6661 Clement Court, Anderson, California 96007, United States

For more information, please visit https://gearhangarzone.com/

Source: PressCable

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