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Kelly Moore Bag Unisex Pilot Backpack OS, Natural
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- Large leather flap that secures with magnetic snaps
- Adjustable Backpack Strap
- Stands on its own
- Antique Brass Hardware
- Includes removable basket
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The Kelly Moore Pilot Camera Backpack is for both men and women. Features include: large button pocket (9x11") with a credit card and ID organizer; large leather flap with magnetic snaps; padded laptop sleeve; removable padded basket with velcro dividers; adjustable padded backpack straps; antique brass hardware; canvas and genuine leather construction. Fits: One DSLR camera, up to 10" lens, extra lens or a flash, up to 15" laptop, plus accessories. NOTE: The leather used scuffs easily, and was chosen purposely to give the bag character and a worn look. Scuffs are not considered a flaw.
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Aside from that, I really loved this bag. I loved the pockets in front and how everything sealed up with a drawstring for when I'm on the train or in the city. It fit my Airbook 13", my nikon d7000, telephoto lens, my 35mm (attached to camera), camera strap, camera accessories such as remote, flash light, pad of paper, filters, lets. This thing fit it all with out even breaking a sweat. Best part? They give you an added padding to put across the top of your gear so you can add even more things to your backpack. I am a train commuter every day so I like to bring a small of things you would put in a purse and it all fits perfectly on top. You draw the string, and cover it with the leather front and you're set.
It's very low profile, chances are only another photographer would be able to snoop out your bag when you are in public. Its also weather proof as the extremely strong canvas proves, so even in the winter your set to take on all your gear.
As much as this bag is all weather, it lacks a very important detail for taking it anywhere and everywhere. The sides of the bottom of the bag are all leather, but the bottom is the same canvas as the rest of the bag. Meaning anytime you even kind of set it down when its damp or wet it all soaks through. Same with any dirt or mud, making it hard to clean and get off. If there were leather all along the bottom, it would certainly solve that problem.
The canvas is very, very thick. Like you and King Kong can have a tug of war with it and it would still stand to win. Which is awesome, but breaking this bad boy was a nightmare. It has the thick canvas coupled with the extremely thick padding for your gear and it becomes a box that does not move.
Which is my last point, when you put your pack on it leans so oddly with your body you feel like you can't get it right. Half the time I end up just taking it off or wearing it over one shoulder, but that kind wears on your muscles after a while.
Hope this helps :)