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National Geographic Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki)

B&H # NANG5160 Mfr # NG 5160
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Product Highlights
  • For DSLR, Lens Attached,3 More Lenses
  • Holds 15.4" Laptop / Padded Compartment
  • Dual Storage Compartments / Top, Bottom
  • Movable Dividers in Lower Compartment
  • Upper Compartment for Personals/Clothes
  • Three Zippered Accessory Compartments
  • Dual Side Pouches for Water
  • Tripod Connecting Straps for Portability
  • Adjustable Breathable Harness System
  • Touch Fastened Pockets for More Security

The khaki Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack from National Geographic is an all-in-one field pack for both photo/video and personals. The pack is divided in half with the bottom half being dedicated to your equipment while the top half is used for personals like a jacket, accessories or even a snack. The pack is rated to hold your DSLR or camcorder, about three lenses as well as a 15.4" laptop that is nested within its own padded compartment. The bottom half contains movable dividers that can be used to configure the compartment to suit your gear.

The bag is made from a cotton hemp blend and complimented by a padded interior that is gear-friendly. Everything is zipper accessed. There are three front zippered accessory pockets - one horizontal, two vertical for small items like media cards,  phone, notepad or business cards. The top accessory pocket has an additional snap loop closure. In addition, the flaps are accented with touch fasteners for added security. The two touch fastened side pockets can be used for eyeglasses or water bottles. In addition, there are side tripod head connecting straps for ease of portability.

For carrying purposes, the pack comes with an adjustable harness system. The back support pad is breathable and especially comfortable. There is also a sternum strap that will help keep the pack steady while walking or hiking.

The lower padded compartment features removable dividers and holds a DSLR camera or camcorder, with media accessories
The large upper storage compartment with organizer pockets holds all your personal necessities
The rear padded compartment holds a laptop (15.4" or less)
Multiple external pockets and pouches accommodate all your smaller accessories
Two side pouches with tripod-head connecting straps can be used to support a tripod or carry a water bottle
The advanced harness system is designed to allow ultimate adjustment, ensuring the perfect fit for each individual carrier. Padded, breathable fabric on the bag's back ensures cool, comfortable carrying
Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 39.4" (100.1 cm)
Material Cotton hemp blend
Padded interior
Type of Closure Zippers
Exterior Dimensions 13.4 x 8.3 x 17.7" (34.0 x 21.1 x 45.0 cm)
Interior Dimensions 11.0 x 4.3 x 9.1" (27.9 x 10.9 x 23.12 cm)
Tripod Holder Yes - connecting straps
Waist Belt None
Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder harness system
Weight 3.4 lb (1.5 kg)
National Geographic Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki)
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    Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki)
     
    4.2

    (based on 17 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (5)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (10)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (2)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 1 Stars

       

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    93%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Strong construction (11)
    • Comfortable (10)
    • Easily accessible equipment (10)
    • Adjustable harness (8)
    • Roomy (7)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Transporting gear (10)
      • Protecting gear (7)
      • Storing gear (5)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Semi-pro photographer (7), Photo enthusiast (6)
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No (14)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      EXCELLENT Backpack With Plenty of Room

      I use this backpack as a combination business travel and camera backpack. I'm on the road, a lot, and I like to take my camera with me. The thing that frustrated me about...Read complete review

      I use this backpack as a combination business travel and camera backpack. I'm on the road, a lot, and I like to take my camera with me. The thing that frustrated me about many of the other packs is the lack of organization capacity/storage. This one has what seems like hundreds of pockets and flaps and I'm able to fit everything.

      Right now, I carry a Nikon D5100, the 18-55 lens, the 55-300 lens and a Sigma 10-20mm. All three lenses have lens hoods. I also have my PROMOTE controller, a Hoodman Hoodloupe, capture diary, white balance cap, extra battery and it ALL fits NICELY into the camera portion of this bag. It's just a small bit "tight" but I'm carrying a lot of gear, in there.

      The laptop section comfortably carries a 15.5" laptop and I put my dual power supplies, mouse, Verizon 4G card, cell phone accessories and various other things in the pockets around this bag. I even carry my "liquids and gels" in one of the pockets for easy access, along with my Kindle. This thing holds a LOT of stuff.

      At first, the shoulder straps did not seem as comfortable as those on my Victrinox bag. However, there is a small strap that crosses in front of your chest, linking the left/right straps together. Hook that up, cinch it and the straps are, immediately, comfortable.

      I would, really, like this bag to be just a bit larger but, overall, it's incredibly functional and meets every need I had when I bought this. And the amazing thing is: it fits UNDER the seat on all commercial airplanes... and it fits, perfectly, in the overhead bin on all the regional jets. So I can keep my gear close to me no matter what I fly on. THAT, above all things, was critical, for me.

      VS

      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      I dare not using it with a camera

      I purchased this backpack because it is so versatile and low profile. I still have to find the ideal backpack, which can hold the camera with accessories and has a compartment to store other...Read complete review

      I purchased this backpack because it is so versatile and low profile. I still have to find the ideal backpack, which can hold the camera with accessories and has a compartment to store other things (lunch, snacks, raincoat, sweater, maps, books, etc). This backpack looked promising, but:- the camera compartment is at the bottom (not bad for weight distribution), which means, you will be slamming the contents to the floor with the total weight of the backpack. The camera body is supposed to be oriented with the lens or the LCD pointing to the ground.The padding on the bottom is not adequate to absorb/distribute the shock and prevent damage (Imagine setting the backpack down a little too fast due to its heavy load and there happens to be a pointy rock under your camera lens/LCD). - The separators do not allow for orienting the camera in a horizontal way.- The separators do not have a wider part for the body and a narrower part for the attached lens (arresting the camera). You have to bend the straight separators without a clear arrestor.- the handle on top is attached to the lid of the upper compartment. The lid of the upper compartment is awkward to close, so often times you would just let gravity keep it close. This in turn would make the use of the top handle very stressful on the lid. I do not trust the construction to be made for this kind of stress. - A waist belt would be desirable for extra support and weight distribution.

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      5.0

      Perfect on the go

      By Tyler

      from Fort Collins, CO

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy to Use

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Sports/Action
        • Travel
        • Weddings/Events
        • Wildlife Photos

        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

        It has the perfect amount of room to carry all of my camera equipment, being a magician it was also able to hold all of my props that I could need on the road. It has a really durable look and feel to it. the rings on the back of the pack are helpful to a certain degree to keep odds and ends dangling from them. I wouldn't suggest wearing it fully loaded without using the chest strap, it digs into the shoulders quite a bit without that being fastened. The camera compartment is comparable to the stock Cannon T3i bag. My telephoto lenses have to be lain on their sides in this bag so it isn't quite as tall as the Cannon T3i bag. Works great traveling though the airport and smaller road trips to go get photos and footage. Great padded laptop compartment, there is a little foam bar in the very very bottom of it that my not let you get your whole laptop in there so watch out for that. Looks exactly like the photos, coloration is a little different on the straps in my opinion. Keep in mind this isn't a bag for a week long trip, possibly a three day trip max if you really pack effectively.

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        4.0

        Handsome, sturdy, needs better design

        By Caitlin

        from Boston, MA

        About Me Pro Photographer

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Easily Accessible Equipment
        • Roomy
        • Strong Construction

        Cons

        • No Rain Shield
        • Uncomfortable

        Best Uses

        • Transporting Gear

        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

        I am a professional photographer for a university, and do my own freelance work as well, ranging from portraits to travel photography. For the most part, I don't have to carry this too often, walking no more than a mile or two at a time. I have chronic back pain, so prefer backpacks in order to balance the weight across my shoulders, and chose this one after my previous Canon pack finally broke down.

        I chose this bag because I like the aesthetic of it, and it appeared to fit my existing kit well (Canon 5D Mark III, 17-40, 24-70, 50, 70-300, flash) in the main compartment, along with several other pockets (well designed, I think) for batteries, cards, etc. I do not carry a laptop or pad/tablet regularly, but one fits comfortably in the pocket spanning the full back of the pack. This bag travels well, still looks clean and feels sturdy after some decent wear and tear, and is well made. It also fits very easily on airplanes.

        There are two design features I do not like. First, since the main gear compartment is on the bottom of the pack, the bag can become very bottom heavy when loaded, and there is only a single chest support strap (2 D-rings, not a quick release, bad choice) sitting fairly high up. Since I'm a woman, that is not only badly placed for actual support, but is also grossly unflattering when used, and essentially unusable as a feature, so that the bag's weight pulls the straps down and back, causing back and shoulder strain. Second, since National Geographic is a travel company, I'm surprised that there is not some sort of rain cover included for this pack. With all the pockets, surely they could've stitched or stuffed a rain shield in there somewhere.

        If the chest support straps were adjusted, and a rain shield included, this would be a 5-star for me.

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        4.0

        Sturdy, well-designed backpack

        By PhotoTim

        from Kansas City

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easily Accessible Equipment
        • Strong Construction

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

            The materials and construction are very rugged and solid. Although I haven't had the bag for long I don't anticipate ever having problems with it's construction. With a total of 10 different pockets including the main camera compartment, the laptop slot and several different sizes of internal and external pockets it seems to have a place for everything. Loaded up with my 13" laptop, a camera with a lens, charger, and a few small accessories it does a great job of protecting everything. It's comfortable to carry and unlike a lot of other bags, it stands upright when full. With my other bags I usually have to find something to lean them agains when I put them down. It's nice not having to do that.

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            • Yes

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            5.0

            This bag is great

            By Jinsoo Kim

            from Bayside, NY

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Comfortable
            • Easily Accessible Equipment
            • Roomy

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                This is 2nd generation National Geographic back pack. I have both old one & this new one. It is really good and easy to use. Plus it has many little pockets..

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                3.0

                I dare not using it with a camera

                By marabo

                from Silicon Valley

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Pros

                • Low profile
                • Room For Non-photo Cluttr
                • Versatile

                Cons

                • Bottom Padding
                • Camera Orientation
                • Closing Meganism Top Lid
                • Handle Attachment Point
                • Missing Arrestor
                • No Waist Belt

                Best Uses

                • Camera Single Lens Only

                Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                I purchased this backpack because it is so versatile and low profile. I still have to find the ideal backpack, which can hold the camera with accessories and has a compartment to store other things (lunch, snacks, raincoat, sweater, maps, books, etc). This backpack looked promising, but:- the camera compartment is at the bottom (not bad for weight distribution), which means, you will be slamming the contents to the floor with the total weight of the backpack. The camera body is supposed to be oriented with the lens or the LCD pointing to the ground.The padding on the bottom is not adequate to absorb/distribute the shock and prevent damage (Imagine setting the backpack down a little too fast due to its heavy load and there happens to be a pointy rock under your camera lens/LCD). - The separators do not allow for orienting the camera in a horizontal way.- The separators do not have a wider part for the body and a narrower part for the attached lens (arresting the camera). You have to bend the straight separators without a clear arrestor.- the handle on top is attached to the lid of the upper compartment. The lid of the upper compartment is awkward to close, so often times you would just let gravity keep it close. This in turn would make the use of the top handle very stressful on the lid. I do not trust the construction to be made for this kind of stress. - A waist belt would be desirable for extra support and weight distribution.

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                4.0

                Great Product

                By Craig

                from Burleson, Texas

                About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

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

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                  I have been reading reviews and drooling over this camera bag for over a year. Only when National Geographic replaced this pack with another did I panic in a search to find and purchase it. Great combination of camera bag and day (or two) backpack. Lots of pockets and storage area up top. Camera area large enough for a body w/lens, extra lens and a few camera accessories.

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                  4.0

                  A Nice Fit

                  By Ray the Hiker

                  from San Luis Obispo, CA

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

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

                  Cons

                  • Small Side Pouches

                  Best Uses

                  • Protecting Gear
                  • Storing Gear
                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                  I like the size of this strong bag, the harness straps are strong too and comfortable, it carries all my equipment with room for more, its feels light on the back. I recommend this bag to anyone who loves photography. The only bad thing I could say is the side pouches could be a little larger. Its a great bag otherwise.

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                  4.0

                  Quality bag with an understated look

                  By Sayulita

                  from Nueva York

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Comfortable
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Protecting Gear
                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                    I was looking for an understated backpack, not too techy looking, that could hold a 15" laptop and a basic DSLR kit and the Earth Explorer fit the bill. It's well made and, with just a little maneuvering of the camera portion of the bag, accommodated my D700 with 24-70mm attached along with an 80-200mm and a 35mm. The upper compartment had enough room for all sorts of chargers, cables, etc. in addition to a couple of personal items like an extra t-shirt, shorts, etc. The uppermost compartment was great for quick access to my wallet, passport, etc. Outside compartments were great for extra batteries, a couple of filters, etc.

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                    • No

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                    4.0

                    "Not the most compact, but sturdy"

                    By elvilak

                    from Calgary

                    About Me Casual Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Comfortable
                    • Looks Good
                    • Secure
                    • Strong Construction

                    Cons

                    • Bulky
                    • Heavy

                    Best Uses

                    • Overnight
                    • Travel

                    Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                    I am a big traveller and like the look of the pack. I liked that it had other pockets for packing overnight gear for travel.

                    The top pocket was not as big as I'd hoped though and the heavy canvas makes the pack bulky given you can't fit that much into it.

                    Great though if you just want to take a few bits and pieces on an overnight but not your whole camera kit.

                    The camera pocket isn't padded on the bottom side you have to be gentle when putting it down. It is heavy before you put gear in and it isn't waterproof.

                    Love the laptop pocket.

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                    • No

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                    5.0

                    quality assurance and fast delivery!

                    By Vionna

                    from Singapore

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

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

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Protecting Gear
                      • Storing Gear

                      Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                      this bag has many different well cushioned compartments suitable to put in dslr and its accessories, and a laptop compartment that can be easily accessed by a back zip.

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                      • Yes

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                      3.0

                      Great looks, but hard to open & close

                      By Mike

                      from VA

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Pros

                      • Adjustable Harness
                      • Retro style

                      Cons

                      • Cumbersome
                      • Flimsy Nylon Zippers
                      • Hard To Access Equipment

                      Best Uses

                      • Storing Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                      I bought this mostly for going out on nature hikes with my camera gear. I love the Indiana Jones look of this pack and it has a great many small pockets. The over-all construction is solid with the exception of the flimsy nylon zippers. The small zippers make it hard to quickly open and close the main camera compartment. I expected rugged brass zippers. If (when) the zipper fails, anything in there will come spilling out because the zipper opens all the way to the bottom seam. The main compartment really needs a gusset to keep the flap from accidentally falling open.

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                      4.0

                      Perfect size

                      By Namenick

                      from Dakar, Senegal

                      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 Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                        Despite being a bit old fashioned (i.e. the film canister loops on the sides), this backpack is the perfect combination of utility and discretion. As my gear checklist grew, I needed something a bit bigger than the backpack I was using but I didn't want to go to a camera-only bag. This one holds and protects all the equipment I need to work (bottom), plus more of the stuff I use in my downtime (top).

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                        • No

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                        4.0

                        Great and excelent backpack

                        By Topi

                        from Chile

                        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Adjustable Harness
                        • Several pockets
                        • Strong Construction

                        Cons

                        • Hard To Access Equipment
                        • Poor space for laptop acc

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                        Great backpack. The size is perfect and confortable for the use. I work in the field in remote areas and this is the best backpack for protect my notebook, camera and accesories. Only the access to content is a few complicated in some ocasions. I miss a rain cover for the backpack. But this is the best backpack that I know (and I have used a several models and brands.

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                        5.0

                        EXCELLENT Backpack With Plenty of Room

                        By kornowsd

                        from Spicewood, TX

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        See all my reviews

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

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

                        Cons

                        • Lots of adjustments
                        • Slightly too small

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                        I use this backpack as a combination business travel and camera backpack. I'm on the road, a lot, and I like to take my camera with me. The thing that frustrated me about many of the other packs is the lack of organization capacity/storage. This one has what seems like hundreds of pockets and flaps and I'm able to fit everything.

                        Right now, I carry a Nikon D5100, the 18-55 lens, the 55-300 lens and a Sigma 10-20mm. All three lenses have lens hoods. I also have my PROMOTE controller, a Hoodman Hoodloupe, capture diary, white balance cap, extra battery and it ALL fits NICELY into the camera portion of this bag. It's just a small bit "tight" but I'm carrying a lot of gear, in there.

                        The laptop section comfortably carries a 15.5" laptop and I put my dual power supplies, mouse, Verizon 4G card, cell phone accessories and various other things in the pockets around this bag. I even carry my "liquids and gels" in one of the pockets for easy access, along with my Kindle. This thing holds a LOT of stuff.

                        At first, the shoulder straps did not seem as comfortable as those on my Victrinox bag. However, there is a small strap that crosses in front of your chest, linking the left/right straps together. Hook that up, cinch it and the straps are, immediately, comfortable.

                        I would, really, like this bag to be just a bit larger but, overall, it's incredibly functional and meets every need I had when I bought this. And the amazing thing is: it fits UNDER the seat on all commercial airplanes... and it fits, perfectly, in the overhead bin on all the regional jets. So I can keep my gear close to me no matter what I fly on. THAT, above all things, was critical, for me.

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                        • No

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                        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        4.0

                        Solid Pack

                        By Andrew

                        from Winston-Salem, NC

                        Verified Buyer

                        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                        I was in the market for a low-key backpack that would hold camera gear and my laptop comfortably. Emphasis on low-key (don't want all my gear getting snatched because I'm obviously carrying thousands of dollars in my bag). I'm mostly extremely pleased with this pack. It holds my 15" MBP (late 2011 model) with a hardshell speck case snugly. Not difficult to get in/out, though. Space for the laptop might have been an issue on the older earth explorer model, but not this guy. I wouldn't trust this pack to fit the 17" model, though. Overall, excellent on this account. Fits my camera gear quite well also. My Canon 70-200 2.8 IS fits vertically in the main camera gear compartment, with a bit of room to boot. So plenty of space there, and again, excellent on this account. Build quality is where this pack stumbles just a bit. The straps aren't comfortable enough that I'd want to go hiking with this bag packed to the limit. Also, the material seems moisture-resistant enough that i wouldn't mind being in a drizzle, but not enough so that i would be comfortable in a downpour. Parts of the dividers in the main camera compartment are sewn together, which makes customization there a bit awkward. Also, the bag could be padded a bit more on the bottom- i pack my camera strap/card holder/other softer stuff on the very bottom of the camera compartment so that nothing gets knocked too much if i set the pack down quickly. So overall, I think the pack does what i needed quite well. If you're thinking of picking this up, just be aware of those few nitpicks beforehand!

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                        5.0

                        Very good backpack!

                        By D.S.

                        from UT

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Comfortable
                        • Easily Accessible Equipment
                        • Good quality
                        • Retro style

                        Cons

                        • no rain cover
                        • Pricey

                        Best Uses

                        • Daily Use
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                        This backpack is well built. Good quality. Some nice details. Personally I like its retro style very much! I even carry it for daily use.

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                        4.0

                        A very sturdy and well made backpack

                        By Zach

                        from Huntington Beach, CA

                        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

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

                        Cons

                        • No rain cover included

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Earth Explorer National Geographic 5160 Medium Backpack (Khaki):

                        This backpack is inexpensive for what you get. TONS of pockets. Pockets within pockets too. I fit 6 lenses, 2 cameras (no lens attached, a tripod, all my accessories, and had the top pouch left for things like food and rain gear.

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