Domke Next Generation Crosstown Courier Camera Bag (Military Ruggedwear)

Domke Next Generation Crosstown Courier Camera Bag (Military Ruggedwear)

Domke Next Generation Crosstown Courier Camera Bag (Military Ruggedwear)

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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR with Lens, Extra Lens
  • Padded Sleeve Fits iPad or 9.7" Tablet
  • Detachable Side Pouches
  • Front Expandable Pouches
  • GearProtex Customizable Insert System
  • Silent Touch-Fasteners
  • Detachable Shoulder Strap
  • Rear Trolley Strap
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The military Ruggedwear with black straps Next Generation Crosstown Courier Camera Bag from Domke holds a DSLR with a lens, and an additional lens or flash between a GearProtex customizable insert system in the main compartment, which is accessible via a dual zipper at the top. Additionally, it can accommodate an iPad or a similar-size 9.7" tablet inside a padded, zippered sleeve underneath the front flap.

The convenient front flap features a touch-fastener with an option for a silent closure. There are detachable side pouches and a rear slip pocket for accessories, as well as two front expandable pouches underneath the front flap. For carrying the bag there is a detachable shoulder strap and for transporting it on your luggage there is a rear trolley strap.

Rear slip pocket holds small accessories
Dual expandable front pockets
Side flap with Domke logo tucks in for anonymity
Side rain flaps prevent water from leaking under the front flap
Numbered identity plate, key leash, and YKK zippers
GearProtex is a customizable insert system allowing you to compartmentalize and organize the interior to create any size or shape section using bendable, touch-fastened dividers
Compatible with optional PocketFlex, a set of storage components like pockets or pouches that adhere to all interior surfaces to personalize your space
UPC: 884613016296
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Domke Next Generation Crosstown Courier Camera Bag (Military Ruggedwear)
  • Detachable Shoulder Strap
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Domke Crosstown Courier specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder Strap, Trolley Sleeve
    Features Tablet Pocket
    Exterior Material Cotton
    Exterior Dimensions 16 x 4.5 x 8.5" / 40.6 x 11.4 x 21.6 cm
    Type of Closure Touch Fastener, Zipper
    Interior Dimensions 9.5 x 4 x 7.8" / 24.1 x 10.2 x 19.8 cm
    Weight 2.9 lb / 1.3 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.7 x 6.1 x 1.0"

    Domke Crosstown Courier reviews

    Next Generation Crosstown Courier Camera Bag (Military Ruggedwear) is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Useful Bag but cheap strap hardware I bought this bag for carrying Fuji XT1 and 2 to 3 lenses plus Fuji X100s and for its water resistant capabilities.Overall, I am reasonably satisfied that the bag will accomplish what I intended for it. I was, however, very disappointed with the strap supplied with the bag. The strap provided had very cheap and flimsy plastic connecting swivels, probably worth about $. a piece. For a bag this expensive, I would have expected metal hardware. Domke should be embarrassed to send out what should be one of its higher end bags with such cheap hardware. I remedied the poor strap by replacing it with a Domke strap which had metal hardware from one of my other Domke bags. In addition, the bag suffers one design flaw. It is designed to be used with the strap removed, but has no grab handle. I remedies this flaw by removing a had strap from my Lowe Pro Reporter 100 and installing it on the Domke.Hopefully, Domke will spend what it takes to improve this bag in subsequent production.
    Date published: 2014-10-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Back to the F5XB I would prefer to give my comments without a rating as most comments relate to personal preferences and I am reviewing it for carrying lenses and accessories, not a camera and lens combo.I wondered about the high price for a bag with an interior footprint a little bigger than the F-5XB's, but the construction does seem to warrant at least a large part of the price difference. I agree with a previous reviewer, savings on the strap hooks comes under the what were they thinking category. If the nylon hook is stronger than their metal ones, I take that back and maybe it's better in humid/wet conditions in the long run. I find the straps on other Domke bags a little short for wearing across the chest (I'm just under 6 feet) so I just bought a Domke's replacement strap for my other bags. They recently were between 12 and 15 dollars on B&H, have metal hooks (specs on B&H say nylon, but they are metal), and are longer than the original by 14 inches - so how much would it cost Domke to use metal for the hooks?I could replace the strap on this Courier but my reason for returning this bag is usability in my situation. The insert is made of 5 separate parts plus two dividers. These parts are very stiff compared to other Domke bags and, to me, reduces the useable area. The cells don't really expand much when reaching in. It's taller than the F-5XB, so it will take longer lenses but not larger diameter lenses. The pouches' useable space aren't as big as I thought they would be - a lot of the bulk is in the attachment scheme - attachment is very fast and secure though. A small Domke belt pouch has more room and can be attached to a an F-5XB and other bags - to be clear that's not a designed-in feature but a Jerry-rigged one. The belt pouches take up very little room when not in use.In this new line of bags by Domke, a larger bag's area may not be as penalized by the stiff inner components as this small Courier bag, and this bag has a pocket for tablets. I tried this Courier bag because I was so pleased with the F-5XB and the Courier gave a little larger footprint and height, but for me, not as useful - returned it and BH gave me a prompt refund.
    Date published: 2014-12-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cheap hardware, yes, but very useful bag I agree with the other reviewers that the hardware on the shoulder strap is extremely cheap, causing me (like one of the reviewers) to replace the strap with an older, better-made alternative. Also, I don't like the new dividing system or the fact that only one is supplied. What I do like---very much---are the removable end pockets, offering enormous flexibility when traveling, giving options of leaving behind gear that is not needed while easily allowing the addition of such gear when needed. It is this feature that I really like; the flexibility of having a bag with a very small footprint, when desired, is a strong plus. I also agree that a hand strap, as included on other Domke bags, would be a plus. As did the other reviewer, I added one from an earlier bag. I feel the bag is hugely overpriced, but it fulfills my needs for small size and flexibility, so I'm keeping mine.
    Date published: 2015-01-27
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