Pixar has created a lot of wonderful films containing a lot of brilliant characters. Therefore, it isn’t surprising that many pieces of merchandise have been created based on the company’s various projects. One such type of merch is Loungefly backpacks.
This fashion brand contains many beautiful bags based on many different things, such as Star Wars and Disney. There are plenty of Pixar-based ones, too. As a result, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when trying to look through all of them and pick the ones you want. So, to make things easier, here is a collection of the best currently available.
Best Disney Pixar Loungefly Backpacks In 2023
Pixar Inside Out Bing Bong Wagon Mini Backpack
To The Moon!
Try not to cry, as this backpack is based on the tear-jerking Bing Bong wagon scene from Inside Out. Thankfully, on this backpack, the delightful creature is still in the wagon alongside Joy. In fact, the bag is designed to look like they’re sitting in the wagon.
- Bright and colorful
- Cool idea of the front pocket being the front of the wagon
- The side pockets being the wheels is also a clever idea
The scene of Joy and Bing Bong attempting to leave the memory dump is one of the most memorable from Inside Out. This is mainly because it makes people cry when Bing Bong sacrifices himself.
Yet, forget the sad part, as this bag is more upbeat as it shows the two characters still trying to get out. They look great, and the entire bag looks somewhat like the wagon. Of course, it isn’t the shape of a wagon. But it contains the front of the makeshift vehicle and its wheels. They are both seamlessly integrated into the design.
Finding Nemo 20th Anniversary Nemo Cosplay Mini Backpack
Hopefully, this Nemo doesn’t get lost
$63 $90 Save $27
Everyone’s favorite rebellious fish, Nemo, is the inspiration for this backpack. It looks like the fish has just been transformed into a bag. The backpack has Nemo’s signature colors, eyes, and fins.
- Looks like the real Nemo
- The inclusion of the small fin is a nice bit of attention to detail
- Doesn’t have a front pocket unlike most other Loungefly backpacks
Nemo causes plenty of problems in the original Finding Nemo. But he’s still a lovable fish and deserving of a backpack dedicated to him. And that is exactly what Loungefly has done to celebrate the movie’s 20th anniversary. The premise of the bag is simple, as it’s just Nemo in the shape of a backpack.
The designers have done a good job with the fish-to-bag transformation, as he looks just like he does in the movie – outside of his shape. He even has his signature small fin. The accuracy of the re-creation means he’s instantly recognizable to anyone who passes by.
The Incredibles Syndrome Glow Mini Backpack
Celebrate The Villain.
$56 $80 Save $24
Forget the Parr family. The true star of the first Incredibles movie is Syndrome. You can show your appreciation of the villain with this backpack. It shows the family of heroes getting zapped while in restraints. And on the front pocket, it shows that Syndrome is to blame for their misfortune.
- Unique concept, as bags dedicated to Syndrome are rare
- Some parts glow in the dark
- Includes great art of Syndrome and the Incredibles
- The interior isn’t as visually appealing as the outside
Syndrome is one of Pixar’s best villains. In fact, he rivals the best of all of Disney’s animated rogues. Yet, he sometimes doesn’t get enough credit for the greatness of the first Incredibles movie.
Loungefly understands, though, as shown by this bag where Syndrome has captured the Parr family, and he’s electrocuting them. You won’t find many other Pixar Loungefly bags revolving around a villain torturing the heroes. So, this is a unique backpack that’s easy on the eye.
Monsters, Inc. Roz Mini Backpack
Good Place To Keep Your Paperwork.
$45 $80 Save $35
If you were to list guess which Monsters, Inc. characters have their own Loungefly backpacks, you probably wouldn’t name Roz. Yet, this bag is dedicated to her, and it’s brilliant. It has her face in the center, and she’s holding a clipboard.
- Includes great 3D aspects for her pearls and arms
- Looks just like the character, especially with that annoyed facial expression
Roz didn’t have a lot of screen time in Monsters, Inc, but she’s still a well-remembered character. This backpack is proof of how memorable she is, as Loungefly doesn’t make backpacks for just anyone.
That being said, you aren’t likely to find many other bits of merch based on Roz, so if she is a favorite of yours, this is the bag to get. After all, it is a perfect re-creation of Roz in backpack form. She looks very similar to her movie counterpart, and the 3D aspects add to the visual appeal of the whole thing.
WALL-E Date Night Mini Backpack
Two Robots In Love.
$56 $80 Save $24
Celebrate the love of two mechs as Wall-E and Eve have a date night on this backpack. It depicts the scene where Wall-E is spending time with inactive Eve. On the bag, you can see the two floating on a tire together while the sun sets.
- Contains some beautiful colors
- Stunning art of Wall-E and Eve
- The inside is pretty, too
Both Pixar and general Disney produce some excellent couples. Wall-E and Eve deserve to be considered among the best. This bag pays tribute to one of their most romantic moments when Wall-E takes care of Eve, who is inactive.
The art depicting their time on the water looks brilliant. It’s complemented well by the overall coloring of the backpack. The red, orange, and yellow colors are supposed to be extensions of the beautiful sunset, and they help make the entire bag pretty.
Toy Story Woody Puppet Mini Backpack
The Rootinest, Tootinest, Cowboy In The Wild, Wild West.
This bag is not just based on Woody from Toy Story. It’s based on the black-and-white puppet Woody from the old TV show Woody’s Roundup, which features in Toy Story 2. So, he’s in black-and-white on this backpack, and he has puppet arms that you can move. Plus, the entire bag has a Western motif.
- Sheriff Woody has movable arms
- Cool western motif
- Stunning art of Woody
- Prioritizes style over function as it doesn’t have a lot of pockets
In Toy Story 2, Woody finds out that he used to be the star of a puppet show called Woody’s Roundup. Sheriff Woody from that show is who this backpack is based on. Speaking of the cowboy, the art of him on the front of the bag is well-detailed and looks amazing. Plus, the fact you can move his arms around like a puppet is a creative addition.
The whole Western motif and color scheme look wonderful, too, and help separate it from most Pixar backpacks. After all, how many Westerns has Pixar made?
Is Loungefly owned by Disney?
Loungefly makes a lot of backpacks based on Disney properties, including Pixar. However, Disney doesn’t actually own the company. They’re owned by Funko.
Are Loungefly bags worth collecting?
Whether or not Loungefly bags are worth collecting is mainly a matter of opinion. They don’t necessarily have a lot of resale value, but they can be fun to collect.
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