A new school backpack harness design is designed to help children recover from injuries suffered during a fall.
The new design, developed by Nike, harnesses children’s backpacks so that they can recover from an impact, according to ABC News.
The harness will be available in a number of colors, including black, green, red, blue, pink and white.
It will come in a variety of styles, including a backpack harness, a backpacks harness, and a harness for toddlers.
It is currently being tested in a school setting, and is expected to be available later this year.
The backpacks were designed by engineers at Nike, who designed the harness to be used during sports, rather than being thrown from the school bus.
Nike said the harness is designed so that kids can get up, walk down the aisle, and retrieve the backpack they are trying to return to.
It is meant to prevent children from slipping or falling during activities and to be safer than a backpack that is tossed from a bus or school bus during a crash.
The company also said that the new harness can be used by parents to help their children return to school.