Can you imagine a world without backpacks? Neither can we. Yet it wasn't long ago that they were strictly outdoor gear. One fall in the late sixties, the JanSport team heard that students were using the brand's small cross country daypacks to cross campus instead. It made sense with comfortable padded straps, and easy access front panel opening and catch resistant nylon zippers the bags were just as great for carrying books as they were for carrying gear. Seeing the potential the team made a few notebook worthy design adjustments including the addition of a durable vinyl base to improve weight capacity. Soon after, JanSport began selling the first ever campus backpacks into college bookstores around the country.
A good backpack surely sits atop the list of campus essentials. Enter the JanSport Spring Break, a 1,300-cubic-inch backpack that will serve as a student's closest companion throughout his or her school-age years and beyond. The Spring Break is made of 600-denier polyester, a sturdy material that holds up to heavy use through the years. The large main compartment, meanwhile, can hold everything from books to sack lunches to gym shoes. Add in a front utility pocket with an organizer for holding your essentials and you have all the storage you need for your daily activities. Equipped with straight-cut, padded shoulder straps, the Spring Break measures 13 by 14.5 by 6.5 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 12 ounces.
For more than 30 years, JanSport has created products to help you carry the stuff you need, where you need it, in the most functional and fashionable way possible. JanSport's success extends across the globe, where they have become a leading designer and manufacturer of durable backpacks, luggage and gear. The company is headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, and has offices in the United States and Europe.
JanSport Outdoor Equipment is warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the product. The warranty applies when the product is used for the purpose intended, under normal conditions, and does not apply to damages caused by typical wear and tear, unreasonable use, or neglect.