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Clik Elite Escape Backpack (Gray)

B&H # CLCE705GR Mfr # CE705GR
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You Pay: $159.95
Product Highlights
  • Holds DSLR, Attached Lens, 3-4 Lenses
  • 1680D and 420D Ballistic Nylon Fabrics
  • Outer Front Pocket for Food, Clothes
  • Hydration Compartment Holds 3 Liters
  • Tuck-Away Tripod Connections
  • Top Organizer Pocket for Small Items
  • Attachment Points on Straps for Pouches
  • Mesh Side Pockets for Water Bottles
  • Adjustable, Padded Internal Dividers
  • Built-in Rain Fly

The gray Escape Backpack from Clik Elite contains a myriad of features that are sure to satisfy even the most demanding of photographers and outdoor enthusiast. Starting with its heavy-duty ballistic nylon fabric, The Escape offers durability, functionality and comfort as well as a flexible path to a smooth workflow.

At less than 4 lb, this pack can hold more than its weight in gear - both pro and personal. It holds your DSLR with attached lens in shooting position within the camera bay. In addition, you have room for 3-4 more lenses that can be separated by the Escape's internal padded dividers. Unzip the pack and you can reach into the bay for the camera/lens combo or gain access to the rest of the contents. This pack is also rated to hold an iPad.

The pack is carried by its two adjustable shoulder straps and supported by an adjustable contoured, padded waist belt with quick-release buckle and adjustable sternum (chest) strap. As a neat little feature, the shoulder straps have handy attachment points for various pouches to hold additional lenses, a lightmeter or other equipment. Since this pack is made for serious outdoor use, the molded back panel is vented for heat dissipation and also wicks moisture. The small top zippered accessory pocket is an organizer that accommodates those items that you need most often like filters, maps, keys, batteries and memory cards. The larger outer front zippered pocket is designed to carry extra clothes or even your lunch. Every outdoor photographer generally needs a tripod and yours will be held using the "tuck-away" attachments that hold it firmly on the back of the pack. When not needed, they're stored out of sight. On days when you aren't carrying much gear, use the front compression strap to minimize the footprint of the pack to make it more compact and comfortable.

Inside the Escape, your gear is held within padded and adjustable dividers that can be configured in whatever design you need. The camera with attached lens is cradled in its own "nest" standing ready in shooting position. There is a unique hydration compartment that will hold a 3 liter bladder to keep you going on long treks while exterior mesh airline-style side pockets can hold additional water bottles.

Marginal weather? No worries. There's a convenient, fold-out rain fly that can be rapidly deployed to protect The Escape including the tripod. The strong zippers have pull tabs that are easy to use even with gloves on. Clik Elite has even included a removable accessory pouch that can hold cords and other random items. The Escape is backed by Clik Elite's 2-year warranty.

Rugged Fabric
1680D ballistic, and 420D high-tenacity nylon
Camera Bay
Rapid-access camera bay opens fast to reveal all contents or partially for camera-only access (11 x 18 x 7")
iPad
The bag is rated to hold an iPad
Modular Organization
Cradle Lens Dividers and full-length vertical dividers plus a Camera Nest insert for even more convenience and protection
Hydration Compartment
Holds a 3 liter (100 oz) bladder essential for active endeavors. Built-in ChestPorts host Clik Elite ChestPacks for fast camera access on the go
Shoulder Straps
Padded straps support heavy photo gear with additional support from an adjustable sternum (chest) strap
Attachment Points
Located on shoulder straps and waist belt will hold pouches and lens holsters
Comfort-Molded Back Panel
Resists snow and dirt, vents heat and moisture
Waist Belt
Padded with bi-directional buckle comfortably transfers weight to hips
Tripod Connection
Tuck-away tripod attachments on both sides
Organizer Pocket
Top pocket organizes quick-access items
Front Compression Strap
Contains accessory loops
Outer Front Pocket
Accommodates light clothing and food for long hauls into the back country
Mesh Side Pockets
Keeps water or other items handy
Removable Accessory Pouch
Keeps cords and random items organized and mesh sides allow quick view of contents
Media Organizer
Located under top lid for memory cards, batteries
Rain Protection
Hide-away rain fly
Rugged Construction
Fully lined, beefy zippers with pull tabs
Material 1680D ballistic, and 420D high-tenacity nylon fabrics
Type of Closure Zippers with pull tabs
Exterior Dimensions 22 x 10.5 x 8" (55.9 x 26.7 x 20.3cm)
Interior Dimensions 11 x 9.1 x 1.9" (28 x 23 x 5cm)
Camera Bay: 18.5 x 10.3 x 6.4" (47 x 26 x 16cm)
Volume: 1200 cu in. (19.66 L)
Tripod Holder Yes - Tuck-away tripod attachments on both sides
Waist Belt Yes - Padded, adjustable, contoured with quick-release buckle
Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder straps
Weight 4.85 lb (2.2 kg)
Clik Elite Escape Backpack (Gray)
  • Removable Accessory Pouch
  • 2-Year Warranty
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