Zealous Backpack - Threads
The Zealous Backpack is the bag that checks all the boxes. Your favorite JuJuBe backpack features? Check. A versatile size that looks great on both kids and adults? Check. What about an affordable price point? Check check check. The Zealous sports a classic backpack silhouette perfect for school, work, and heading out on the town. The large Mommy Pocket has an attached zippered front pocket for quick-grab items, and its main opening unzips wide to reveal two slip pockets, a springy key leash, and a hidden zipper pocket. The Zealous has two side bottle pockets to keep drinks in easy reach, and we even included a stowaway Tech Pocket in the top! Bring this lightweight Zealous Backpack anywhere—padded backpack straps and a machine-washable construction mean it is guaranteed to go the distance.
- Dimensions – 11”L x 5”W x 16”H
- Weight – 2.10 lbs
- Features – Three exterior front pockets (Including Mommy pocket and zippered tech pocket), interior mesh water bottle pockets, interior slip pocket. Changing pad included
- Fabrics – Changing pad included; Light-colored lining; Padded back panel; Silver ion treated interior resists bacteria, mold and mildew; Highly stain resistant exterior, spills wipe right off
- Straps – Comfortable padded shoulder straps; Quick-grab top handle
- Hardware – Metal logo plate, zippers, D-rings and strap hardware
- Extras – Machine washable; Lifetime warranty.
Designed by an heritage artisan from rural southwest Asia, this Roots Studio x JuJuBe print showcases a skilled art tradition passed down from generation to generation. Hand-dyed and multi-hued, Threads features digitized needlepoint with heirloom star patterns in colorful jewel tones. Paired with light satin gold hardware and aqua lining, each stitch tells a story of artistry, tradition, and ancestry with Threads.
Proceeds from this endangered heritage art directly benefit the artist and their village. Art with a conscience … The Roots Studio x JuJuBe Collection proudly presents Threads.
How does it work? From the profits provided, an estimated 20% go to the artist while 80% is put into a community fund, where the governing body of that tribe or village prioritizes how it can best be used to benefit their people.