11 geeky backpacks that are cool enough for school

There’s no need for simple, plain and boring backpacks. 

Start the school year right with a classy leather bag, or a fun knapsack that shows off your favorite fandom. Whatever your style, showcase it on your back.

Check out some of the coolest geeky backpacks that might have you excited about school, regardless of your age.

1) Store your books in the belly of a beast with these SprayGround backpacks.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $39.99-$69.99

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2) Cram all your books into Link’s shield backpack to protect them.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $29.99 (regularly $59.99)

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3) Make your friends marvel with this Stark Industries backpack.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $99.99

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4) The perfect bag to show off your Hogwarts acceptance letter.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $49.99

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5) Awaken the force with this BB-8 bag.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $39.99

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6) Time isn’t relative when it comes to schoolwork.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $49.99

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7) Looks like a book, holds your books, but isn’t a book.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $59.99

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8) Keep Pusheen close by, to remind you that lunchtime is around the corner.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $29.99

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9) This leather adventurer’s backpack protects the smartest Hobbits..

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Price on ThinkGeek: $129.99

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10) Be your own captain with this Star Trek-inspired backpack.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $69.99

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11) Keep it retro with this classic NES backpack.

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Price on ThinkGeek: $39.99

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.