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Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack

B&H # MOBATRBB Mfr # 10-81037R-01
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Product Highlights
  • Fits D-SLR Camera Kit
  • Holds Laptop with a Screen up to 17"
  • 450D Recycled ReDura PET Exterior
  • Fully Padded Interior
  • Two Compartments
  • Exterior and Interior Pockets
  • Removable Storm Cover
  • Rapid-access Tripod Mount
  • Carry Handle
  • Backpack Harness

The Mountainsmith Borealis Backpack (Black) is designed to carry a digital SLR camera kit and a laptop computer with a screen up to 17" and accessories. It is made of 450 denier 100% recycled ReDura PET body fabric with 840 denier junior ballistic nylon reinforcements. It has a fully padded interior with a 210 denier polyester lining. The backpack has a top-access padded laptop compartment that can hold a computer with a screen up to 17" with accessories and a bottom clamshell padded compartment for camera gear organization with adjustable dividers. There is a Hypalon lens case attachment system, a removable storm cover and a rapid-access tripod mount.
The Borealis Backpack has a front accessory pocket with a key clip, a laminated mesh interior zippered pocket and side waistbelt organizer pockets. The backpack is carried by rubber molded haul handle, harness system consisting of; comfortable contoured shoulder straps, a molded back panel, a padded, tuck-away waistbelt, an adjustable sternum strap, a load-stabilizing compression system and side compression straps that convert to carry a snowboard, skis or snowshoes. There are quick-connect attachment points for an optional chest harness.

Construction
  • 450 denier 100% ReDura PET body fabric exterior
  • 840 denier junior ballistic nylon reinforcements
  • Hypalon reinforcements
  • Padded interior
  • 210 denier polyester liningPolyester
  • Nylex soft-Touch Velour for touch fastener
  • YKK zipper closure
Compartments
  • Top-access padded laptop compartment holds a computer with a screen up to 17"
  • Bottom clamshell padded compartment for camera gear organization with adjustable dividers
LCAS (Hypalon lens case attachment system) is a loop on the pack that will accept a reinforced touch fastener "tongue" on the Mountainsmith lens cases. The "tongue" slides behind the LCAS loop on the pack and the attachment is secured by two touch fasteners
Pockets
  • Front accessory pocket with key clip
  • Laminated mesh interior zippered pocket
  • Side waistbelt organizer pockets
Removable storm cover
Rapid-access tripod mount
Carrying options
  • Rubber molded haul handle
  • Comfortable contoured shoulder straps
  • Molded back panel
  • Padded, tuck-away waistbelt
  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Load-stabilizing compression system
  • Side compression straps convert to carry snowboard/, skis or snowshoes
  • Delrin hoop suspension stabilizer is a fiberglass reinforced polymer rod. The rod acts as a u-shaped frame on the pack's back panel that dissipates and stabilizes the carried weight of the pack contents. It acts as an exo-skeletal frame
  • Quick-connect attachment points for optional chest harness
Material Exterior: 450 denier 100% ReDura PET body fabric
Exterior: 840 denier junior ballistic nylon reinforcements
Exterior: Hypalon reinforcements
Interior: Fully padded
Interior: 210 denier polyester lining
Type of Closure YKK zippers
Exterior Dimensions 21 x 10 x 13" (53.34 x 25.4 x 33.02cm) (HxWxD)
Interior Dimensions 20 x 9.25 x 12.25" (50.8 x 23.5 x 31.12cm) (HxWxD)
Volume Interior: 1586in³ (26L)
Tripod Holder Yes
Waist Belt Yes
Accommodates D-SLR camera kit and a laptop with a screen up to 17" with accessories
Carrying/Transport Options Haul handle
Backpack harness
Weight 5.0 lbs, 1.0 oz (2.3kg)
Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack
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    MountainsmithBorealis AT Backpack
     
    4.3

    (based on 78 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (41)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (31)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (2)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (3)

    93%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Comfortable (60)
    • Strong construction (59)
    • Adjustable harness (51)
    • Roomy (51)
    • Easily accessible equipment (43)

    Cons

    • Heavy (14)
    • Hard to access equipment (13)
    • Cumbersome (4)
    • Too small (4)

    Best Uses

    • Transporting gear (58)
    • Protecting gear (45)
    • Storing gear (23)
    • Day hikes (5)
    • Hiking (4)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Photo enthusiast (39), Semi-pro photographer (15), Casual photographer (9), Pro photographer (8), Photography student (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (67)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    There are no perfect backpacks...

    I own over 6 photo backpacks. This is by far the most versatile of them. I found out about this bag when another bag I wanted was out of stock everywhere... and...Read complete review

    I own over 6 photo backpacks. This is by far the most versatile of them. I found out about this bag when another bag I wanted was out of stock everywhere... and some related links sent me to this.

    What I find great:
    - top compartment is very nice
    - bottom photo padded is perfect for a DSLR body, 2 big lens and 2 flashes.
    - the waist belt saves lives
    - it's tough, you won't feel awkward about your gear hitting the floor, because it's well built and well padded

    dislikes:
    - a bit heavy, but that's to be expected as the built quality is thick, and good.

    Again, there are no perfect backpacks, but you will find this one perfect for day hikes or longer trips (with the waist belt) as the top compartment can hold lots. It's the best thing I found to go around without breaking my back and bringing a good amount of gear.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Don't waste your money

    This is the second Borealis I have had. The first one the compression straps blew out, Mountainsmith was great and sent me a brand new pack. I haven't even had it a year...Read complete review

    This is the second Borealis I have had. The first one the compression straps blew out, Mountainsmith was great and sent me a brand new pack. I haven't even had it a year and the compression straps just blew out again as well as the carrying handle ripped. While they design a very pretty product, functionally it is poorly manufactured junk. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT.

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    4.0

    Comfortable

    By Shade of Amber

    from Augusta, ME

    About Me Photography Student

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easily Accessible Equipment
    • Roomy
    • Strong Construction

    Cons

    • Heavy

    Best Uses

      Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

      We are enjoying the comfort of the Borealis. The quick access to the camera is nice especially if you have someone with you. We like the pocket placements and the rain cover

      The zippers could be a bit easier to use. It's a pretty heavy backpack to begin with.

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      • No

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      4.0

      Sweet Camera Backpack

      By Rookie Pro

      from Rapid City, SD

      About Me Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Adjustable Harness
      • Comfortable
      • Easily Accessible Equipment
      • Roomy
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Protecting Gear
        • Storing Gear
        • Transporting Gear

        Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

        It's the perfect size for anything you want. Easy compartments and very easy to use. Very comfortable to wear.

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        • No

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        4.0

        Does everything it says and more

        By Dumbledore

        from Tempe, AZ.

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Adjustable Harness
        • Comfortable
        • Strong Construction

        Cons

        • Hard To Access Equipment

        Best Uses

        • Transporting Gear

        Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

        Firstly, this is a huge bag. I am a cinematographer and part of my job deals with getting to places you're not supposed to be able to get to. This bag does an amazing job carrying HUGE amounts of stuff. I can fit my entire shoulder rig, dSlR body with two and a half lenses (17, 35, 50mm) and accessories, a 15 inch laptop, two hard drives, mattebox, with tripod and/or Glidecam system attached to the back of the bag. The best thing about this bag though is how it distributes the weight so evenly. It should not feel that light with all the stuff I have in it. Super comfy. Also, pretty much everything is adjustable. If you need to bring alot of stuff one bag somewhere hard to access, I would recommend this bag. 4 stars because I've only had it for a month. ( I do use hardcases if I have a shoot easier to access.)

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        • No

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        4.0

        Great, Versatile Camera Backpack

        By Judmacd

        from Palm Desert, CA

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Adjustable Harness
        • Comfortable
        • Easily Accessible Equipment
        • Strong Construction

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Protecting Gear
          • Transporting Gear

          Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

          So far I've used this backpack on a trip and a hike. Flying was a breeze, the backpack fit under the seat and in the overhead bin, just had to take the tripod off in both cases. It was great hiking, very comfortable and pretty easy to get on and off. I was able to carry all my gear with room to spare. The camera, lenses and speedlite are well protected. My only complaint is how the tripod attached, it's a little small for my tripod. All in all it's a well constructed camera backpack that fits my needs.

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          • No

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          5.0

          Perfect Bag for the outdoorsman.

          By Cliff369

          from Batesville MS

          Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

          This bag suits all my needs for my outdoors photography. Great size for my DSLR and a couple lens and room for other items.

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          5.0

          Fantastic

          By Wardoso

          from New york

          Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

          It is a big backpack, cant deny it, but it feels super strong and it seems like it will work for what i want it.... Hiking, vacations, etc. i can fit 4 lenses and t5i (all lenses are small except my canon 20-200). Very happy

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          5.0

          Everything I expected and more

          By Matt H

          from Detroit, Michigan

          Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

          I think I found the perfect backpack (except for the fact it's yellow, but that's okay!) So much room for what it is. I'll easily be able to carry my Nikon body with three small lenses (18-55mm, 35mm, and 55-200mm), misc. equipment, tripod attached easily to the side, PLUS my 15.6 inch laptop with sleeve (it's a bit tight, but you don't want your laptop moving around much do you?). On top of that, you have enough space for food or clothes for at least a 3-day trip, depending on the person. I haven't done it yet, but you could probably make food AND clothes fit for 3 days. This bag is going to be great for hiking, as it's very comfortable.

          The only warning I have about this bag is that it is a bit small for a tall person. I read the reviews, and thought this might be a huge problem but it's really not unless you're really tall. I'm 6 feet tall and slim, and it fits me pretty well... very comfortable once adjusted.

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          5.0

          Amazing backpack

          By Exebete

          from New York, NY

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                If you need your photography gear, your laptop and some of your personal stuff, in the same backpack, this is a piece of gear you definitely need

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                5.0

                Liked it very much

                By Outbacktraveller

                from Calgary, AB

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Adjustable Harness
                • Comfortable
                • Roomy

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Hiking With Camera And Le

                  Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                  I bought this backpack to go for hikes with my camera and lenses.

                  It has enough room for everything I need to take with me.

                  The only thing that I am missing - I could not find where to put a bottle with water for convenient access.

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                  • No

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                  5.0

                  Borealis AT Backpack packs the gear

                  By Lt Colonel

                  from NC

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Adjustable Harness
                  • Comfortable
                  • Easily Accessible Equipment
                  • Roomy
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                  • Extend Waist Band Pockets

                  Best Uses

                  • Protecting Gear
                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                  I purchased this backpack to carry my DSLR on a business trip to Guam and Saipan along with my normal gear (laptop, charger, cables and even a 7" tablet to watch movies). I'm really impressed so far, and the added lumbar support along with the waist band pockets make it perfect for travel.
                  If i could change one thing, it would be to extend the waist band padding and pockets to fit those of us larger than a pencil.

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                  2.0

                  way too outdoorish for me

                  By JT

                  from Madison, NJ

                  About Me Casual Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Heavy duty zippers
                  • Roomy
                  • Strong Construction
                  • Stylish

                  Cons

                  • Cumbersome
                  • Hard To Access Equipment
                  • Heavy
                  • Too many straps

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                    if your intention is to use this bag mostly on hiking or camping, this would be a good choice.
                    I personally found it to have way too many straps hanging all over the bag and found it to be on a heavy side compared to other dslr bags I've used.
                    I prefer my Lowepro fastpack 350 to be more suitable for my needs as an everyday use bag.
                    I ended up returning it and B&H made it very very simple.

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                    5.0

                    Great backpack, even better value

                    By Jonathan

                    from Philadelphia, PA

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Comfortable
                    • Great value
                    • Roomy
                    • Strong Construction

                    Cons

                    • Hard To Access Equipment

                    Best Uses

                    • Protecting Gear
                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                    My first use of the pack was a day trip around NYC, with it fully loaded with my Nikon D5100, 2 lens, laptop, and tripod (and some other odds and ends). With the hip strap on and everything cinched up, it carried the weight very comfortably all day. The only con I could find was need to undo the side straps to unzip and open the camera compartment, but as I kept my camera out most of the time it wasn't bad. Love that it included a rain cover as well!

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                    • No

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                    5.0

                    Mountainsmith Borealis AT

                    By KrisR

                    from Sydney, Australia

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Adjustable Harness
                    • Comfortable
                    • Easily Accessible Equipment
                    • Roomy
                    • Strong Construction

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Hiking
                      • Protecting Gear
                      • Storing Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                      I've been searching for a backpack to carry my camera gear and personal items while doing all day bush walks but my search came to a dead end.....that was until I found this backpack, so I purchased it and hoped for the best. It arrived 3 days later from the USA (i'm in Australia) and I used it on a walk the following weekend lasting 9 hours and all I can say is WOW this backpack is so comfortable, after 9 hours I didn't even realise I was carrying anything.

                      I was able to fit a DSLR with lens attached and two other lenses. I still had room for another med to big lens or two smaller lenses (NOTE: this backpack will not fit a large DSLR with lens attached but would with no lens on the body). The top main compartment was able to fit a rain jacket, zip-up hoodie, lunch, two plant field ID books and three water bottles. The smaller compartment was able to fit my wallet, keys etc. The laptop compartment will fit a 17 inch macbook pro but I'm also going to try and fit a two litre water bladder on my next bush walk (which it will be able to handle fine). Oh and a rain cover is included.

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                      • No

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                      5.0

                      Great Backpack!

                      By Focalpnt

                      from Milan,NH

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Pros

                      • Adjustable Harness
                      • Comfortable
                      • Easily Accessible Equipment
                      • Roomy
                      • Strong Construction

                      Cons

                      • Not Enough Ventilation

                      Best Uses

                      • Hiking
                      • Protecting Gear
                      • Storing Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                      This backpack is very comfortable for a 5 pound backpack even when you put a professional body along with a couple of lenses,filters,and flashes in there.There is also a good amount of storage for some jackets,water,and snacks.I am a mountain trecking photographer and I use it on hikes 10 miles or more and it feels just as good on my back at the end of my hike as the beginning.This bag is built very well and has a lot of attachment points including a spot for a tripod and a hookup for an additional chest pack.The built in rain cover is also always a plus.

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                      5.0

                      Great for backcountry hikes and climbs

                      By SPG

                      from Bozeman MT

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Adjustable Harness
                      • Comfortable
                      • Many Straps And Sleeves
                      • Strong Construction

                      Cons

                      • Limited Padded Storage

                      Best Uses

                      • Day hikes
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                      I am so far very satisfied with this camera backpack (especially the price I payed for it!)

                      It feels solid and comfortable when hiking, and there is plenty of space in the upper compartments. The camera/lens compartment is durable: I have bumped it several times while hiking around without consequence. It is also removable and can be stood upright while the bag is flat on the ground.

                      The padded gear compartment is not very customizable and relatively small, and it is a bit of an inconvenience having to remove larger lens (24-70) from the body in order for everything to fit. The bag is not necessarily lightweight, but is worth the weight for comfort and protection.

                      I look forward to seeing how it performs in the snow, as there are plenty of straps and sleeves for skiing/snowboarding gear.

                      So long as you don't need to transport telephotos within the backpack, I would certainly recommend it for the price.

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                      4.0

                      Fabulous Pack!

                      By Cary

                      from Germantown, MD

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Adjustable Harness
                      • Comfortable
                      • Easily Accessible Equipment
                      • Roomy
                      • Strong Construction

                      Cons

                      • Heavy

                      Best Uses

                      • Protecting Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                      I bought this pack specifically to carry and protect my new camera on a trip to Maui. With the tuck away waist belt and tripod holders it transitioned easily from carry-on bag to backpack and held up extremely well to getting stuffed in overhead compartments. Just never worried about my gear.

                      I have a EOS Rebel T4i with 2 new lenses and also carry a lens from my old Rebel G. (18-55mm, 35-85mm, and 55-250mm) It has enough room in the padded compartment for the body, all lenses, filters, chargers, and even had extra room to stash a small pair of binoculars and flashlight. It's even deep enough to store with the telephoto lens attached to the body.

                      In addition it has plenty of room in the top compartments for waters, snacks, raingear, etc, and of course had the laptop compartment for that and it's charger. (needed to travel with it, didn't hike with it) The integrated rain cover for the bag itself is an added bonus and we did encounter some rain on hikes.

                      I'm a bit of a gear nut and fell in love with this pack over the 8 days of near constant use. Ample space; Great protection for my gear; Waist belt for transferring the load to my hips - huge plus as the pack, even empty, is a bit heavy - worth it's weight though; Integrated rain protection; Tripod holder; It simply has everything.

                      The only downsides to the pack that I found were with the tripod holder. More specifically, the pocket at the bottom to hold up your tripod is a fixed size and too small. It needs elastic or something like that to accommodate different sized tripods. I have what I would consider a small tripod and the only way I found I could use it was to remove the tripod from its carrying case and slide only one or two legs into the pocket and then strap it up. For general use this is great but when rain comes, you have to remove the tripod to use the cover (expected that) but you have to remember to carry the tripod bag otherwise you're left carrying your tripod in the rain. I would have given it 5 stars if it weren't for this.

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                      5.0

                      I Love This Backpack!!

                      By Becky

                      from Colorado

                      About Me Photography Student

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Adjustable Harness
                      • Comfortable
                      • Easily Accessible Equipment
                      • Roomy
                      • Strong Construction

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                        I haven't done any hiking with this backpack yet but I fully intend to once I have more free time. I love the set-up of it and that I can store both camera and personal items in it, especially when traveling thanks to the laptop sleeve.

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                        • No

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                        4.0

                        Cool bag

                        By Erin

                        from Ohio

                        About Me Casual Photographer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Adjustable Harness
                        • Comfortable
                        • Easily Accessible Equipment

                        Cons

                        • Heavy

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                        I bought this bag as a gift, so I do not have much personal information to share. The bag is pretty cool and the compartments are spacious. The trtripod holder looked a little small, but to held a standard tripod so no worries there. I would reccomend this bag to others.

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                        • Yes

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                        4.0

                        Room for everything

                        By Anna

                        from Arlington, VA

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Easily Accessible Equipment
                        • Roomy
                        • Strong Construction

                        Cons

                        • Heavy
                        • Un-detachable Waist Strap

                        Best Uses

                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                        I don't think I'm going to be able to find my perfect backpack, but this comes pretty darn close. If it were a little lighter and the waist strap were detachable, I think this would be it! It holds my DSLR, 3 lenses, and has space for the next lens on my wishlist. And that's just in the bottom part. It also holds my 17" MacBook Pro, my "go to" Bryan Peterson book (abt the same size as the MacBook), all my cords, cables, and drives for the camera and laptop, and there's even room for a sandwich!
                        The reason I don't think I'm going to find my perfect backpack is because I want something that will hold all of the above, but I wish this weren't so bulky. I haven't tried yet, but I don't think it will fit under an airplane seat, which is "perfect backpack" criteria (maybe we need bigger planes? ;-)
                        Bottom line - I really like the bag a lot, but I'm still in search of something that I can fit all my camera gear in without feeling like I'm off to hike the Appalachian Trail for several weeks.

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                        5.0

                        Big Multipurpose Bag

                        By Bryon

                        from Philly, PA

                        About Me Casual Photographer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Comfortable
                        • Roomy

                        Cons

                        • Hard To Access Equipment
                        • Heavy

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Mountainsmith Borealis AT Backpack:

                        This bag was purchased after looking for a bag that fit my needs. I had searched for about a month looking at a large number of sites, reviews, etc. The had a Lowpro sling bag but was in need of a few improvements for longer trips. The major factors that I wanted from a new bag was 1) enough space to carry food items when hiking, 2) big enough to carry my tripod (24" from point to bullhead top)with out being annoying, 3) ability to carry some paper / notebook / etc.

                        When I first got this bag both my wife and I were like - Whoa big bag! Initially I questioned If I was going to return this bag because it was just SO big seeming. However I used it for a few days to carry my work stuff and camera back and forth (one of the things I missed once I was ladled down with a laptop was the ease of 1 bag to carry my camera back and forth). It worked well but still seemed so big. I just got back from a trip to Washington state with the bag and was thrilled that I decided to get this bag. It was able to easily and comfortably carry my tripod through Ape Caves (Mt. St. Helen's area), carried books, food, papers on the flight with space to spare, and gave me space to take all of the miscellaneous bits and pieces.

                        The "camera" space is essentially limited to the bottom 1/3 - 1/2 of the bag - good for a camera with a couple of extra lenses. I carried my D5100 with 18-270 lens attached, filters, charger, etc with plenty of space to spare. Overall though this bag is big, it has enough room to fit everything I need for 90% of my "travel's". For those trips into a more crowded area that I wont be bringing my tripod my Lowpro bag will work well. So if you have a small day bag already and are just carrying your camera with a few extra lenses and a flash I highly recommend this bag.

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