Our DSLR Backpack is constructed in premium, water resistant, coated canvas. It features a padded and fleece-lined multi-use main compartment with configurable and removable partitions to store all of your camera gear with 3 mesh and velcro pockets on the facing side for additional accessory storage. A top zipper provides quick and easy access to your camera without the need to open main compartment. A separate storage compartment with organizer for up to a 17" MacBook Pro is padded and lined in soft faux-fur. Our signature front iPad/tablet pocket keeps your tablet or phone easily accessible. If you still need more, there are 5 general storage side compartments for easy access to additional gear, cables, lens caps, or accessories. The back panel and straps are padded in EVA foam and finished in air-mesh for breathability and comfort. On the side you will find a quick access tripod straps. Finish it all off with genuine leather zipper pulls, custom logo lining, bar-tacked critical seams for durability, surplus grade web straps a chest compression strap, and a handy ID card pocket and you have one serious gear pack. Oh and it looks amazing too, cause that's how we roll.
One of my favorite features are the deep pockets that holds the camera. You can put a camera with battery grip attached and lens in the bag with plenty of room. Just a good back overall, very durable, big zippers, and more.
This thing is so dope. I highly recommend it.
Still awesome while i was writing to here! :D
I'm using this bag to carry tech gear more suited to mobile podcasting so I figured by the design and options would be a great combination. All in all... the bag is pretty good. I feel like there is a decent amount of room in it although I had to pull most of the dividers to make gear fit. I think the pads are about twice as thick as they need to be. It winds up taking almost 3" of gear space vertically and horizontally if all the dividers are in place. The external material is good, but I dont see it lasting more than a season or two with routine outdoor use. Shoulder straps are built for the thinner chested guys for sure. They easily could use 4" or more on the adjustment piece. I'm 5'9" 225 and wide shoulders so once it's on it's fine but when I loosen it to take it off it runs right to the end of the adjuster. I also worry about the attachment point at the bottom. So far so good, but I'm fearful it'll pull free one day. I pack a full 45lbs of gear in there so I might just be expecting too much...less gear I think no worries but time will tell. The exterior side pockets. Suuuuuuper tight. I wouldn't plan on putting anything in there you ever want to see again unless you have the hands of a 3 year old. Computer/iPad storage area... awesome. Easily slid 17Mac in there with iPad and chargers. no problems and easy access. Very well done. As for airline use... it fit in the overhead of a small Delta regional jet. The one that are just 4 seats wide (CRJ-700) so bigger planes are a super easy fit as well. I'd recommend a buy on this bag to a friend. All in all after one 4 day trip with a TON of gear I'd rate it a 7 out of 10
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