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under ₱500
₱500 - ₱1,500
₱1,500 - ₱2,500
₱2,500 and above

Need to get away? Travel in style with our backpacks and holdalls. From luxe backpacks and carry-ons to sturdy weekenders and duffel bags, BeautyMNL has it all in various shapes, sizes, and styles. Whether you are going on a much-needed staycation or out of town for the entirety of the weekend, these make for the perfect companion. They are fashionable yet functional, and perfect for nomads, busybodies, and even the men in your life.
Sit tight, beautiful things are worth the wait!
BAGGU
₱2,850.00 ₱2,138.00
BAGGU
₱1,650.00 ₱1,238.00
ABOUT BACKPACKS & HOLDALLS

Picking out the right bag for you should not just be based on the color or style. Here are some tips to help you select the right backpack for you, and how to carry it properly, so that you won’t regret your purchase later on:

  1. Weight of the bag itself. As much as possible, choose a lightweight backpack. You don’t need the extra weight when you’re already carrying many things. So before buying a bag, do a bit of research—most manufacturer websites carry this information.

  2. Weight of the backpack’s contents. While backpacks are the best way to bring around heavy loads, if it’s causing back strain, you should look into carrying less. However, if you cannot avoid carrying fewer or lighter items, make sure that the entire weight of the bag is not more than 15% of your bodyweight. Otherwise, better start looking at strength training exercises to toughen up your back.

  3. Pack right. Make sure that the weight of the bag’s contents is evenly distributed on both sides. Place the heaviest items on the bottom of the bag, as putting the heavy items on top can strain your neck.

  4. Tighten the straps. The more your backpack is not tightly against your body, the more that it swings around. That motion puts a greater strain on your lower back muscles and spine, leading to back pain. Also make sure that when you’re carrying the bag, the bag is not too low; the bottom of the bag is above your buttocks area.

  5. Take a break. If you’re going for a hike or to walk long distances with a heavy pack, and you’re not used to it, feel free to pause awhile. Your back will surely appreciate a bit of rest from carrying a huge load.