As kids start to find new ways to express their style, as well as label their belongings, SwaggerTag gives them the option of colors and personalization that a black marker can’t. In our SwaggerTag review, we look at the fun options that kids have during the school year.
Now that my son is in junior high school, he’s finding more unique ways to express his individuality. He’ll come home with writing on his arm (thank God it’s not a permanent tattoo, I guess), drawings and covers on his notebooks and of course his wardrobe takes a new turn each week. Where I once used to write his name with a simple black marker on all of his school supplies and jackets, he now insists on his own labeling system. We found that SwaggerTag is a fun, more personal way to identify his stuff during the school year.
SwaggerTag is a way to identify your book bag, laptop bag, bike, and other belongings with your favorite photo and color while keeping your personal information hidden. You can choose a photo, logo or image that makes the tag your own – easily identifiable just with a quick look – to let everyone know that it’s yours.
SwaggerTag is water, weather and impact resistant and includes strong attachment points and zip ties to ensure that it will stay on your gear. I even personalized a few with my logo in my favorite color to attach to my laptop bag for when I travel. And think of your next flight; won’t finding your bag be much easier with your family photo or team logo on the bag?
Our friends at SwaggerTag are giving one lucky As Mom Sees It reader a set of 4 SwaggerTags for their own labeling customization fun! Enter below and good luck!
— Dusty Bastian (@AsMomSeesIt) August 31, 2013