Shimoda Designs Camera Packs

Fact 1: We spend A LOT of money on our cameras, lenses and accessories. Fact 2: Our photography takes us to some pretty extreme places. Fact 3: Breaking stuff sucks. If you're all too familiar with these 3 truths, Shimoda Designs might just have a solution for you. Designed to combat the hassles that the creators faced when taking their gear into the mountains, their new adventure camera bag system has everything one needs to protect their equipment even under the most intense of environments. Their bags are sold as modular packing systems that let you bundle and combine to create your perfect pack. Our favorite combo is the Explore 60L Professional Kit, which includes their popular Explore Backpack, 2 small Core units, 1 medium Core Unit, 1 medium Accessory Case and 1 Rain Cover.
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