Lassig - Diaper bag - Green Label Cross Backpack Light Olive
The Cross Diaper Backpack from the LÄSSIG Green Label collection is the ideal companion for active families, and not just during this particular phase of a child’s development. It is a great-looking piece of kit made from sustainable materials that also impresses by virtue of its thoughtfully designed storage compartments, wide top opener and comprehensive assortment of diaper changing accessories.
As well as giving the Cross Backpack its distinctive appearance, the diagonal straps also offer the possibility of quickly and conveniently securing jackets, caps and other clothing items in a space-saving manner. The reflectors on the front provide visibility on darker evenings, and the side mesh pockets offer additional storage space for water bottles and the like.
Thanks to its square contours, the top opens nice and wide, so that parents can immediately find what they are looking for in the large main compartment. And with the additional side zipper, even items packed near the bottom are instantly accessible.
In addition to its large main compartment, the Cross Backpack manages to accommodate a number of ingeniously designed smaller pockets containing various practical accessories. The water-repellent compartment in the lid of the backpack is ideal for stashing damp clothing away until you get home. The most important accessories are meanwhile clearly visible in the inside mesh compartment. Equipped with a water-repellent changing mat, an insulated bottle holder, a holder for food jars, a stroller attachment and a pocket for small items, you have everything you need when you and your baby are out and about.
The padded back and shoulder straps make the Cross Backpack comfortable to carry, even on all-day outings. For longer family trips, a strap on the rear allows the backpack to be attached to a stroller or a luggage trolley.
As an added environmental bonus, the outer material of the Cross Backpack is made by REPREVE® from 100% recycled polyester. No fewer than 18 recycled PET bottles go into the manufacture of each backpack.