I really LOVE those backpacks. I'm going everywhere with my sharky for the last 4 years i guess. When the one is too old and with holes at the bottom I usually buy another one. This is my forth or even fifth.
Stylish and good made. Thanx for it's creator ^__^
I bought this for school because it looked simple and it has a neat design.
After a year of use, I haven't experienced any problems whatsoever. Spacious, simple, practical. The materials seem sturdy and it's very well-made. I expect it to last a long time.
People compliment the backpack all the time too, and ask me where I got it.
I love this backpack! It is so unique but also practical.
I bought it my second year in college. Since then I've gotten many compliments from classmates, strangers and even my professors.
The best thing about the backpack Is that it simple with the necessary amount of pockets. The side pockets ("gill pockets") are the best because it provides easy access to small items. Overall the backpack is great, I just wish the main compartment of the backpack was a bit larger. Not to say that I was able to fit things that I need in there. I have put up to 2-3 1 inch binders in there.
Hong Kong-based Morn Creations Limited raises the awareness of animal protection a stylish notch higher with its line of eye-catching, colorful and heart-warming animal-themed bags and accessories. As part of its advocacy campaign, the company takes a stand against the use of animal skins in their products, and uses alternative materials and fabrics instead.
Among its most popular products are the PandaRama bags and caps depicting the well-loved treasure of China in various whimsical designs. The animal collections also include the rabbit, dog, and devil bag series, all given a fresh, witty yet stylish spin.
Morn Creations hit the scene in 2001 with its initial offering of 60s and 70s-style household products and other items imported from northern Europe. By 2003, founder Steve Chan launched a wide mix of tote bags beginning with the popular "Ping Pong Boy", "Tennis Boy", and "Space Boy" series, all inspired by the design on a traditional 70s rice bowl.