Say hello to Peak Design. Their mission is to better equip the active, creatives, & adventurers to capture/appreciate the world. So on the surface, it would seem as if they just make dope stuff for camera heads. They make a variety of products for a variety of people. From bags (slings, totes, messengers, backpacks) to clips (for binoculars, cameras, lenses, GoPros) to covers and straps for your gear.
For a little background, it started back in 2010 after their founder went on a 3-month trip around the world. During his travels, he needed several bags for his DSLR, hiking, & traveling needs. Afterward, he spent 10 months of designing a solution for it and Peak Design was born. It began w/ the Capture Clip on Kickstarter back in 2011 and now they're up to 14 different products and a staff of 20 people.
So let's get this part out of the way early, this is the best bag I have used for my particular needs. What makes this backpack so great is its space for adaptability. Kicking things off is their weatherproof Kodra shell along w/ its high-density padding, their patented MagLatch closure made of stainless steel for fast access, dual side-loading sections w/ weatherproof zippers, a sleeve for a 15inch/16inch laptop/tablet, FlexFold dividers to keep everything organized and can be removed for even more storage, a strap system to carry things like drones & such, luggage integration, and tons of smaller pockets & compartments.
The new blueprint on how versatile backpacks should be made.
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The Everyday Backpack is the new paramount. It's kind of hard to not find anything to dislike about this bag. Offering compartments galore for all of your needs w/o weighing you down. All within a stylish yet simple design. Despite the price tag being a bit higher than other bags, this offers a buffet of compartments to suit the needs of the many instead of the needs of the few. Yes, that was a stab towards you other bag companies w/ a higher price point w/o having a lot to offer. I, along w/ everyone who sees the bag, loves and you will too if you're in the market for the last bag you'll ever need to buy.