Sustainable Materials

Nike Sportswear RPM

Backpack (26L)

€99.99

Highly Rated

Meet the backpack made for the person who needs to carry it all. Whether it's on a sunny-day hike or hiking around campus, you have plenty of space to stay organised while also staying comfortable. Multiple zip pockets complement the spacious main compartment, while both the back and straps are padded for long days on your feet.

  • Colour Shown: Black/Black/White
  • Style: FD7544-010

Free Delivery and Returns

Free standard delivery with your Nike Membership.

How This Was Made

  • The recycled polyester used in Nike products begins as recycled plastic bottles, which are cleaned, shredded into flakes and converted into pellets. From there, the pellets are spun into new, high-quality yarn used in our products, delivering peak performance with a lower impact on the environment.
  • In addition to reducing waste, recycled polyester produces up to 30% lower carbon emissions than virgin polyester. Nike diverts an average of 1 billion plastic bottles annually from landfill and waterways.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (13)

4 Stars

  • Not as bad as others say

    Zachery935891313 - 03 May 2024

    My brother had it for a year or so and gave it too me minor damage still holding up perfect I love it and I have used it for about 2 years myself works perfect for everyday school use

  • ValeriaV188734519 - 29 Apr 2024

    While it’s a cool looking bag it’s not the most durable. Zipper area ripped after a few months of having it. Also it doesn’t hold water bottles well at all. Would recommend if you can sow it back problem solved but not everyone can do it.

  • Don’t buy!

    michaeld582756212 - 03 Apr 2024

    By far the worst bag I have ever bought not durable at all it broke so quick it’s unbelievable I bought it on November 11th and the zipper came off on April 3rd.