Having to carry numerous textbooks and other heavy items around in a standard backpack can hurt your back. But with the Just Air Backpack, you can experience the health benefits of a cushion of air.Just Air Back-Saving Backpack decreases back pain caused by conventional carrying bags. Just Air uses a cushion of air to evenly distribute weight across your back and shoulders, and you can easily adjust the air pressure with the push of a button. The built-in lumbar chambers add additional lumbar support. Just Air Backpacks protect you and your family from injury and stress.
Ideal for School, Trips to the City, Everyday Use.
Its patented breakthrough system uses a cushion of air that helps evenly distribute weight across the back and shoulders. This decreases back pain caused from regular, conventional carrying bags. Plus you can easily and quickly adjust the air pressure with the push of a button. There are also built-in lumbar chambers thats adds additional lumbar support. Just Air Backpacks have been field-tested and endorsed by orthopaedic, pain management, and chiropractic physicians.
How It Works: The air chamber is located within the backpack separating the backpack’s contents from your back. The air chamber design re-distributes the load across a wide area, eliminating focal pressure points. The air valve is patented and easy to use. It can easily adjust the air pressure without a lot of effort. The valve will hold the air for a prolonged period of time. The user will seldom need to re-inflate the chamber. The adjustable feature of the valve allows the user to adjust the pressure in the chamber to suit the user’s particular desired comfort. The backpack contents never come in contact with the user’s back.
Just Air Backpack Features
Reflective strips for low-light visibility.
Features patented easy to inflate one-way valve.
Soft-Sided Backpack, Polyester Construction
Ideal for School, Trips to the City, Everyday Use, Dimensions: 18 x 15"
Multi-Channel Air Chamber provides support to shoulders and entire contact area of the back.