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Lowepro LP36424-PWW Flipside Sport 15L AW (Lowepro Orange/Light Grey)

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Lowepro/Light Grey
  • Lightweight photo daypack with a sleek and low-profile shape provides a minimalist and technical carrying option for outdoor and action sports photographers
  • Body-side access design offers quick access to gear when pack is rotated to front and added security while wearing
  • Removable, adjustable camera compartment with storm-flap closure provides a customizable space for gear; offers water-resistant protection while accessing gear; may be removed to convert to fully functional daypack
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Color: Lowepro/Light Grey
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 9.1 x 16.9 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00809MOWA
  • Item model number: LP36424-PWW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 4, 2012

Product Description

Color: Lowepro/Light Grey

Get on-the-go access with a lightweight and technical camera daypack. The Flipside Sport AW is built for photographers in pursuit of active adventures.

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I like how the side compartment covers the tripod.
Jen Perez
The pack is comfortable and holds all of the camera gear that I normally take into the wilderness.
William J. Wallace
It is less comfortable comparing to other backpack with gel pad on the belt.
Mark Twain

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on July 2, 2012
Color Name: Lowepro/Light Grey
I came back from my two-week trip which covers desert (over 100F), dusty canyon, river crossing (water level at my waist), hiking, rock climbing, low temperature (below 20F) etc.

Here are the gears I carried:
[Body: Situation #1]
- Canon 5D Mark II with 70-200 F/4 IS attached
- Canon 17-40mm F/4
- Three boxes of filters
- An air blower

[Body: Situation #2]
- Canon 5D Mark II with 17-40mm attached
- Canon 70-200mm F/4 IS
- Three boxes of filters
- An air blower
- A bottle of water

[Body: Situation #3]
- Canon 5D Mark II with 70-200mm F/4 IS attached
- Canon Rebel XT with 28-135mm attached
- Canon 17-40mm F/4
- Three boxes of filters
- An air blower

[Side pockets]
- Small items such as key, wallet, phone, pocket size camera, remote etc.

[Outside]
- Two hiking poles
- Tripod

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[Comfort]
- This backpack is better than the padded backpack used by college students (for carrying heavy textbooks to school). It is far from any standard hiking backpack like JanSport. After I hiked for 4 hours, I started feeling uncomfortable with it because it does not have enough padding on the straps.
- Some backpacks put additional room in between your back and the backpack to allow more air flow from the side. This feature is especially useful when the temperature is high. Unfortunately, the air flow in this backpack is very minimal.

[Padding/Protection]
- The padding is thick enough to protect my camera gears. However, I haven't tried to drop it, so I don't know what level of protection it will give.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David J. Gruskin on July 16, 2013
Color Name: Lowepro/Light Grey Verified Purchase
This is the 1st real camera bag I have bought. Choosing one was the most difficult buying choice I ever made. Finally, decided to go with the Flipside. I knew I wanted a backpack because I walk, bike and hike a lot with my gear. I think I made the correct choice for me. It is light and holds my Canon D5 with 16-35mm, 70-300, 24-70, 50mm, Satechi wireless remote a few filters, card reader, memory card holder, rocket blower, and some other items.

Compared to digging in the day pack I used to use, my life is simple. Everything is in its place and I can reach it in seconds. The flipside actually does work if you want to slide the shoulder straps down, and swing the bag around to access your gear without taking the bag off. It is fairly water resistant and the built in rain cover can be installed in seconds to protect the bag from the rain or snow. It appears to be quality made and built to last. It has a great way to store a tripod on the side, and because it is on the side you can get to your gear without having to remove the tripod. That is also a nice useful feature.

What it doesn't have is a lot of pockets or a place to stick a notebook. I ended up deciding that is a good thing because I pack only camera gear in this bag, and will just have to put the other stuff in another bag, so when I grab this bag it has the gear I need to shoot and don't have to remove anything. Might have given it 5 stars but I haven't had it that long and don't have experience with other bags to compare it with.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jen Perez on November 8, 2013
Color Name: Lowepro/Light Grey Verified Purchase
Got to test this bag out for an 8-day trip just a day after I got it. Great support on the back and shoulders. I like how the side compartment covers the tripod. It carried my 5DM2 with 17-40mm, a 15mm, my X-E1 with an 18-55, a 14mm fujinon, filters, tripod water bottle, etc. perfectly well. I also like how the padded shoulder straps and back panel have holes which provided good ventilation. I love the color very much and the material being a ripstop nylon and water repellent is fantastic and great for travels. One thing though, I think the underside or base of the bag should have been of waterproof canvas/material on cases where you can't avoid to put your bag on a wet or muddy ground, but I guess the rain cover can suffice for that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Eric Barnhizer on October 21, 2012
Color Name: Lowepro/Light Grey Verified Purchase
I tried the 10L size pack first. Loved the small size, but could not fit my D800 + 24-70 F:2.8 AFS, & 70-200 F:2.8 AFS VR lenses with reversed hoods. The 15L size is large enough to carry them with some room to spare. I was also able to carry a SB910 flash, a charger, spare battery, and my remote shutter release. The pack is comfortable for day trips. Was great for air travel. The tripod holder is very good. My compact Gitzo carbon tripod, with a Kirk BH-3 ball head fit well and stayed put while hiking and travelling.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris Keegan on December 24, 2012
Color Name: Lowepro/Light Grey Verified Purchase
This is light well made bag with some nice features. I really like you can easily attach a full size tripod to the bag. Water blatter holder, great for the kids. Rain cover that pops out of the bottom have saved my d-800 several times. All in all looking for a light bag with big bag feature it is a must have.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Milton on June 6, 2013
Color Name: Lowepro/Light Grey Verified Purchase
I purchased the 15L to use as a day pack and to carry some camera gear while in Montreal for the F1 race. The back facing zipper is attractive more-so from an anti-pick pocket perspective. The build construction is very nice, and it's very comfortable on the back. I am not currently using a camelbak bladder so the use of that side pocket for batteries, papers, and cables is nice. The size is just about right and has plenty of room for a body and 3 or 4 lenses. I usually trim down to 2 lenses and use the extra space as a normal day pack.

So far I have only used this bag for a trip to Nashville. The bag is easy on the shoulders and easily shrugged off the rain we encountered while walking the city. My only complaint is that it is not as functional of a day pack as I was hoping. When keeping a strap over one shoulder and pulling it to the side to stuff something in or pull something out you have to battle to keep from dumping a lens. I partly fault the way I currently have the gear organized in the bag and not using the waist straps to anchor the bag when opening it. It seems the bag is much more functional if treated as huge fanny pack. Carry the weight on your shoulders but treat it as a fanny pack when opening it up

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