Even women who have no intention of camping on their honeymoon may want to consider using a backpack. While some women prefer carrying a backpack to a handbag, others may want a backpack just for a day hike. What do women keep in a travel backpack? Snacks, travel guides, a change of clothes or shoes, travel documents -- and perhaps a small tablecloth, bottle of wine and opener, cheese, and other fixings for an impromptu (and very romantic) outdoor picnic.
Give your back a break with this versatile rolling backpack, which weighs nearly half as much as its competitors. It has padded shoulder straps as well as inline ball bearing wheels and a retractable handle.
This highly rated backpack is a favorite among smaller women. Not only is it scaled to fit, it also holds a deceptively large quantity of stuff and is also light (1 lb , 12 oz) and practical. Women will appreciate the shoulder straps designed to fit a woman's torso, large capacity, multiple colors it is available in, and the two mesh water bottle pockets on the sides.
AmeriBag's backpacks, useful for both men and women, is made of nylon, microfiber, leather, or recycled materials. All are designed to keep weight off your spine and available in many colors, sizes, and other styles.
Pretty as could be, Vera Bradley's colorful quilted backpack for women in lightweight cotton comes in a variety of prints. If you see one you like, buy it now -- fabrics are retired after a certain amount of time, and the one you like may no longer be available.
This multi-purpose backpack/purse is designed to help the women who carry it to avoid shoulder and neck pain. It has many thoughtful features inside the well-organized interior. These include two accessory bags (one is ideal for stashing makeup) that come with the backpack. Another useful feature is an LED light attached to one of the zippers, handy for reading a menu in a dim restaurant.