Mountainsmith Borealis AT

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Free Shipping. Mountainsmith Borealis AT Camera Pack - Recycled FEATURES of the Mountainsmith Borealis AT Camera Pack - Recycled PE framesheet inner structure for increased gear protection and load stabilizing management Coated mesh pockets for quick media identification and security Ample waistbelt pocket organization for on the go needs Yellow Poly Fleece padded liner for easy visibility and custom modularity Bottom clamshell padded pocket for camera organization with adjustable dividers Top-access padded laptop compartment (Fits most 17.0in. screens) Molded back paneliter Side compression straps convert to carry snowboard/skis/snowshoes Rapid-access tripod mount Removable storm cover Padded, tuck-away waistbelt Top-access padded laptop compartment (Fits most 17.0in. screens) Lens Case Hypalon attachment point Comfortable contoured shoulder straps Front accessory pocket with key clip Side mesh pocket fits 22oz water bottle SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountainsmith Borealis AT Camera Pack - Recycled Dimension: (L x H x D): 21 x 13 x 10in. Interior Dimension: 20 x 12.25 x 9.25in. Weight: 5 lbs 1 oz / 2.3 kg Volume: 1586 cubic inches / 26 liter 450d ReForge PET body fabric (100% Recycled) 840d Nylon Ballistic reinforcements 210d Poly liner

- Moosejaw

When you need to get a lot of camera gear a long way from the trailhead, load up the Mountainsmith Borealis AT Camera Pack to seek out the images you want. This comfortable pack holds a mid-size to pro SLR body and a variety of lenses in the adjustable internal dividers. Mountainsmith also added a dedicated laptop sleeve for on-site editing during in-town photo missions. Of course, the Borealis AT Camera Pack also has a large main compartment with enough space for extra layers and food. After all, you're in the wilderness.


Mountainsmith Borealis AT


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