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Everyday 20L Zip Backpack
If you like to keep it simple on your daily travels or photo shoots, this versatile pack is the way to go. Its 270-degree zipper allows for quick and easy access to your gear, while the FlexFold dividers provide custom organization so your layers, camera equipment, and snacks for the day all stay separate and safe.
- Simplified version of Peak Design's versatile camera and travel pack
- 270-degree zipper offers access from nearly all angles
- Flexible inner dividers help you stay organized throughout the day
- Highly water-resistant construction shuts out moderate rainfall
- 15-inch laptop pocket lets you bring your computer for quick editing
- Stretch side pockets hold water bottles or a rain jacket
- Luggage pass-through makes it easy to add onto your roller bag
- Padded mesh back and ergonomic straps make for a comfortable carry
- Item #PKEA017
- 400D recycled nylon canvas, DWR coating, PU coating
- 20L (1220.5cu in)
- Shoulder Strap
- backpack straps
- [external] 2 stretch side, 1 15in laptop, [internal] 2 waterproof, 3 stash
- 18.9 x 12.4 x 9.3in
- Claimed Weight
- [without dividers] 2lb 14.5oz, [with dividers] 3lb 6.7oz
- Recommended Use
- hiking, photography/media, travel
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
February 25, 2020
Amazing bag, but still comparing...
- I've used it several times
First of all, don't let my title deceive you, this is an AMAZING bag; functional, great features, good quality, etc. However, I feel like there are just a few things that cause me to want to keep comparing, before really settling on a new camera bag. I may come back to it though, who knows. First of all, here are some of the things I love about this bag. As with most adventure/sport style camera bags, having the durable/water-resistant surface on the front so you can lay it on the ground in any situation is amazing. I came from using a bag for years where I had to lay it on it's back to get to the camera compartment, which then meant my back would get dirty or wet when putting back on. This isn't specific to the bag, just specific to the style of the bag. For the bag itself, I really loved the large zipper holds and ease of each zipper, having handles and every side (including bottom), the ease of hiding/revealing the straps and waist belts straps, lots of pockets and zippers for compartmentalizing, and the overall look and feel of the bag. Also, some of the smaller Velcro dividers in the cubes have a 'stiff-fold-down' feature that helps hold lens and items more secure, and that was a nice feature too! I think the pros definitely out-weight the con's, but here are a few things I wasn't a super big fan of. I wasn't a fan of the ease of use for the 'sling' feature/zipper. It's great being able to set the bag in the snow or mud, but there are also times when you just need to be quick and use the sling feature. When I took this out on a ski trip is when I noticed this; there were times I could set it down, but there were times when we didn't have time or wasn't set up in position for the photo and I just wanted to grab my camera, snap a few frames, and throw it back in the bag, but the zipper and sling feature was difficult for me. First of all, the backpack straps don't have the right ergonomics to stay on the shoulder when there is only one and you're slinging to the side. And secondly, the zipper for the side pouch was always hard to 'find' and at an angle that was hard to reach. And the second thing that bugged me about this bag was the lack of a chest strap. When skiing down hills at speed or doing any other sport, I'd love it to be a bit more secured. Other than those two things, no big complaints. Like I said, I may come back to this bag down the road, but I really want a better sling feature and the chest strap, so I'm going to keep looking for other bags. If those aren't crucial to you though, this is a solid bag!