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The Diaper Bag That’s So Much More Than a Diaper Bag

August 06, 2019

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Today's modern parents are much more on the go than they used to be, and this is why diaper bag backpacks are such a popular option. These bags are a mom and dad's best friend for keeping up with baby and toddler essentials. From wipes to diapers to formula, pacifiers, woobies, and more, a durable diaper bag can hold more than most people realize.

Whether you're traveling to the gym, going camping, or traveling across the country for a holiday, a diaper bag backpack is key to keeping up with your most important items. In fact, the versatility these diaper bags offer are truly out of this world. Imagine using a diaper bag as a gym bag, a carry-on item, or a camping bag. You can, when you use an HSD diaper bag. Let's take a closer look at the HSD diaper bag backpack and six ways you can use it.

1. Camping Bag

You can't get a lot done with a diaper bag hanging over your shoulder, especially when camping. Imagine taking a hike with a baby in a baby carrier and a diaper bag hanging off your right arm. When you're camping with a diaper bag backpack, this changes everything. Not only do you gain more storage space with a diaper bag backpack, but you also gain the ability to wear it like an actual backpack. To top it off, you can even squeeze in everything from a laptop to some of your more notable camping essentials like a bag of marshmallows.

2. Diaper Bag

Our diaper bag backpack works great as a … well, diaper bag. With all kinds of pockets, zippers and compartments, you can easily organize all of your baby’s items. Slip diaper rash cream into a side pocket for easy retrieval while keeping formula, bottles, a changing mat, and wipes in the main compartment. Our bag even comes with an extra-large (26 x 14 in) changing pad. Need a refresher on how to pack a diaper bag? Check out our How to Pack Your Diaper Bag checklist for tips and tricks on what to pack. Remember, there’s a fine line between being prepared and packing half your house.

3. Gym Bag

Think about all the items you normally pack in a diaper bag. If it can hold a bag of dirty diapers along with clean clothes and formula, then it can surely hold your dirty gym sneakers. This is exactly why our diaper bag works great as a gym bag. You can pack everything from Gatorade to bottled water to ice packs and even shampoo, conditioner, and body wash (these are gym essentials when going straight from the gym to a romantic dinner). When using our diaper bag as a gym bag, don't forget your ear buds and smartphone charger. You can use a zippered inside pouch to keep your cords tangle-free.

4. Hiking Bag

If you can use our diaper bag as a camping bag, then there’s no reason you can’t use it as a hiking bag. Use it to store your favorite snacks, clean clothes, socks, navigation kit, and even an extra pair of hiking boots. You can also throw in a first-aid kit, multi-use knife and a few drinks. The dual, large bottle holders on both sides work great for storing bottled water. The holders even have insulation, easily allowing you to keep your cold drinks cold and your hot drinks hot. And with integrated stroller straps, you no longer have to buy clips to attach the bag to the stroller; this makes hiking with a baby or toddler so much easier.

5. Travel Bag

When you think of diaper bags, you probably don't think of them as travel bags … but that's exactly what they are. You put items into them and carry them with you when traveling. And with today's modern backpacks, especially like ours, you can use a diaper bag as a travel bag without anyone ever knowing it's a bag meant to hold diapers and baby bottles. Even better, when traveling by air, you can usually use a diaper bag as your carry-on item. That means you can pack everything from your computer to your phone charger to clothing in a bag that fits under your seat or in the overhead compartment. This reduces the number of bags you have to check in under the plane, which usually reduces your total traveling costs.

6. Work Bag

You can use our diaper bag as the ultimate work bag, too. Use it to store your laptop, agenda, pens and pencils, tablet, portfolio notebook, charging cables, and so much more. With contoured shoulder straps that feature air mesh foam cushion, your shoulders stay comfy despite all of the electronics and heavy notebooks. Multitasking becomes a breeze with YKK zippers that make it easy to open and close each compartment with one hand. You can use the multiple interior Velcro and zipper organizing pockets to store your small and large work items. And lastly, the bag features three interior plastic hooks, making it simple to keep up with your keys and keychain accessories. Whether you’re a nurse or a lawyer, you can use a diaper bag as a work bag

Final Thoughts

With an HSD diaper bag backpack, you will experience maximum versatility. From the workplace to the gym to your favorite camping spot, you finally have a bag that’s durable and holds up even during extreme weather conditions. The possibilities truly are endless with an HSD diaper bag backpack, making it simple for you to provide, protect and connect with the most important people in your life.

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