MadPax back pack

MadPax back pack

Christmas 2019 Gift Ideas MadPax has it covered with its new Skins, HEX & Metallic designs Award Winning Design Backpack

Christmas 2019 Gift Ideas
MadPax has it covered with its new Skins, HEX & Metallic designs
Award Winning Design Backpack

Backpack brand MadPax, launches its new collections for Christmas 2019. MadPax has it covered from the Fornite gamer who wants a real-life skin with our ‘New Skins’ collection to the new HEX design – Do you have the HEX factor!

Launching this year’ the New Skins, HEX, Metallic Gloss and Metallic Extreme which range from £32 – £80 and come in three sizes, Full Pack, Half Pack and our Pint size bag.

These backpacks already come in 16 designs, 3 different sizes and in a rainbow of colours. Practicality is however what drives the designs as each have a roomy main compartment, two side zip pockets, padded laptop sleeve and interior zip pocket. There is good load distribution to protect your backs, and their water resistant.

The driving differentiator of these award-winning backpacks is the amazing and stunning designs that uniquely incorporate stand out features. The Spiketus Rex range is made of a leather like fabric poly urethane. Other styles come in a polyester and spandex fabric. All materials deliver durable and vibrant colours that are easily cleaned. The interiors are lined with polyester/nylon. All zippers are smooth functioning nylon. They start from £30.00.

Tina Huber, Co-Founder of MadPax says: “We created MadPax on the one key principle to create 3D inspired, progressively modern, backpacks for all ages.”

MadPax allows you to express your inner creature, while toting a functional, funky and fun pack.

A celebrity favourite from Ireland Baldwin, Willow Smith, Kate Husdon’s kids and Ben Affleck, even Spiderman creator himself Stan Lee owned a Spiketus Rex.

MadPax was founded in Phoenix in 2011 and all of the exclusive range is made there. They are available from authorised retailers across the UK and Europe and from www.madpaxworld.com

Original Source PRFire.com