Show off your unique style with the DadGear Backpack Diaper Bag - Dead Man's Party. And enjoy a spacious, made-to-last backpack-style diaper bag featuring 13 pockets for bottles, lotions, toys, and snacks, plus comfy padded shoulder straps that provide hands-free infant interaction. This backpack sports a sought-after flame and skulls design, in addition to a unique baby wipes case, handy stroller hangers, a changing pad, and a diaper hammock that holds a quick change within easy reach.
Additional InformationWeight: 2.6 - 2.9 lbs. Changing pad dimensions: 12W x 21L in. Baby wipes window keeps wipes supply visible and at the ready Light-colored interior grants visibility Diaper hammock design allows diapers to remain at the top of the pack Stroller straps suit any stroller style and store discreetly Clamshell opening reveals spacious interior Bar tacks reinforce bag construction Quick-access wipe storage area Tall skinny pockets on either side Adjustable 2-inch strap with release buckles 2 larger interior pockets 2 bottle pockets accessible from interior or exterior Durable blue exterior with a silver stripe Skull and flame emblazoned exterior with a reflective accent
Material InformationExterior: Polyester fabric with deniers ranging from 400 to 1000. Polyester and nylon webbing are used in combination with durable hardware and high quality zippers and sliders. Interior: Bar tacks are placed in high stress areas for added durability. Portions of the stripe are made with reflective material for added safety. Polyester fabric with deniers ranging from 300 to 600. Changing Pad: Polyester fabric with deniers ranging from 60 to 120. Changing pad is washable.
Designed for dads, by dads. DadGear was born in 2005, when a couple of first-time fathers became frustrated with the selection of flowery, feminine diapers bags. DadGear Diaper Bags are masculine, functional, and ideal for parents who take pride in caring for their kids, plus these diaper bags have been featured in Parenting, Time, Consumer Reports, and many other national publications.