|Price incl. VAT||£68.50|
|Price excl. VAT||£57.08|
Lowepro Photo Sport Sling 100 AWje new stylish backpack designed for photographers who are buying most of their images during outdoor activities. You can take it with you on your bike, trips to the mountains, in-line skating or in winter on skis. In short, we will keep you company wherever you remember. Its great advantage is its minimal weight compared with other competing backpacks or extremely resistant outer material that can withstand not only the weather conditions but also mechanical damage.
Darkroom is perfectly cushioned and its opening is solved in the side. The actual opening of a zipper with two sliders, inside you will find a baffle wall with Velcro. Darkroom is located right in the main compartment with a volume of 15 liters, so that other things in the backpack can be stored around the darkroom. So if you have a backpack some clothes, you can still increase the protection of the camera. Otherwise, the darkroom can be downloaded using compression straps with stopper for even greater fixation. Closing of the bag is solved using tape and cover with a carabiner. Lowepro Photo Sport Sling 100 AW also offers plenty of additional storage space:
The shoulder straps are wide 6.4, providing a very high level of comfort. SlipLock loop on the shoulder strap allows mounting cases and other accessories with a buckle SlipLock. Thoracic fixation strap is adjustable. There is also mounting tapes for trekking poles, sleeping mats, clothing or a light tripod. There is also sewn cape All Weather Cover to protect the backpack and its contents in extreme climatic conditions.
23.5 × 16 × 51 cm
the main chamber: 22.5 × 14 × 44 (48) cm
Darkroom: 16 × 8 × 21 cm
DSLR or CSC lens, the second lens and flash, personal items for outdoor activities, accessories
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