Hopewell Junction, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
According to a study conducted at the University of California, children carrying heavier backpacks relative to their body weight were more likely to report back pain and research has shown that adults with severe back problems often had pain as children.
AIRBAC is a company that designs backpacks with an Air Support System, designed so that the majority of the weight of the bag is actually lifted off of the upper back and shoulders, where most pain is felt and spread across the entirety of the back. Most of the weight sits on the lower back allowing the wearer to handle a heavier bag without discomfort.
Their most recent addition to their extensive line of backpacks is their Cheer Pack which is available in a Small and Large version. It was designed in response for the need for a pack that would allow cheerleaders traveling to competitions to carry their heavy necessities to and from the events in comfort and style. With this in mind AIRBAC offers colors and styles to meet the demands of even the choosiest cheerleading squads.
AIRBAC backpacks are endorsed by The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the Chiropractors of America. These air-filled backpacks promote proper posture, distribute the weight load evenly, provide shock absorption and adjust to any body type providing maximum comfort.
About the Company:
In 2005, Troy Christy, an inventor, observed the local children dragging their heavy backpacks to and from school. Realizing the potential harm these heavy backpacks could cause their delicate developing backs; he went to work in his garage to create “the lift back” – a modified book bag with a blood pressure device sewn into its back. When pumped with air, the backpack began to lift upright, which moved the weight to a more back-friendly position and lightened the load.
Many revisions later, AIRBAC, as the backpack became known, went into mass production and became an instant success. Today, it is the backpack of choice and lightens the load and protects the backs of hikers, business executives, photographers, students and now cheerleaders. For more information see: http://airbac.com/