A durable heavy-duty backpack meant for photographers who like traveling and hiking.
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Pro It can easily withstand harsh weather conditions
The material of the backpack is waterproof and very durable; it will not be affected by heavy rain, snow, or hail.
Pro This backpack is great for heavy-duty use
The backpack has large, heavily-padded straps that will reduce the strain on your back and shoulders even if you have to carry lots of stuff all day long.
Pro You can quickly grab your laptop and camera
For your convenience, the camera and laptop compartments are at the top of the bag, for easy access.
Pro The tripod holder is very sturdy
The tripod straps on the side of the backpack are very sturdy, so you can rest assured that you won't lose it during a hike.
Pro The height of the backpack is easily adjustable
You can adjust the straps of the bag to the desired height. An awesome feature is that you can roll up and hide the excess strap material so it doesn't just hang down.
Pro Good warranty coverage
The 25-year full warranty deal not only lets you get your backpack exchanged if anything happens but also serves as good evidence that the producer is very confident in its quality.
Pro There's some extra camera protection
There's a hammock-like suspension for the camera that protects it in case you drop the backpack.
Con The top handle is placed inconveniently
The top handle is at the very edge of the backpack; this seems like a minor issue, but if you use it to lift a loaded backpack it can hit your legs pretty hard.
Con The backpack is hard to balance when it's full
An extra waist strap could really help the balance when carrying a full backpack.
Con You may have trouble getting camera out of the backpack
The suspension that protects the camera can be too tight for a DSLR with an attached lense, so you may have to struggle a little to get it out.