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Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Black)

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Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Black)
Key Features
  • Versatile, Multi-Configuration Backpack
  • Spacious Main Compartment
  • Removable Internal Shelf System
  • Removable Equipment Pouch
This black Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW is a versatile bag that features two primary configurations. Inside its spacious main compartment, a removable, folding partition system forms three shelves that can be used to store camera, video, audio, or digital media equipment. The shelves can accommodate a DSLR camera kit with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, and to enhance the ability to organize this bag's contents, a Lowepro Gear Box equipment pouch is included. Cords, adapters, and other essentials for the devices carried by the FreeLine Backpack 350 AW can be inserted within the Gear Box, keeping them organized and available. Complete access to the FreeLine Backpack 350 AW's interior is enabled by a zippered rear panel, while two zippered side openings further complement the folding partition system and Gear Box. While in use, the folding partition system's shelves and the Gear Box itself can be reached when the bag is rotated from one's back to front with either side opening facing upward. Each side opening also provides interior organizational pockets for memory cards, batteries, or other accessories that are frequently exchanged when an item is removed or placed within a bag.
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Lowepro BP 350 AW Overview

This black Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW is a versatile bag that features two primary configurations. Inside its spacious main compartment, a removable, folding partition system forms three shelves that can be used to store camera, video, audio, or digital media equipment. The shelves can accommodate a DSLR camera kit with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, and to enhance the ability to organize this bag's contents, a Lowepro Gear Box equipment pouch is included. Cords, adapters, and other essentials for the devices carried by the FreeLine Backpack 350 AW can be inserted within the Gear Box, keeping them organized and available. Complete access to the FreeLine Backpack 350 AW's interior is enabled by a zippered rear panel, while two zippered side openings further complement the folding partition system and Gear Box. While in use, the folding partition system's shelves and the Gear Box itself can be reached when the bag is rotated from one's back to front with either side opening facing upward. Each side opening also provides interior organizational pockets for memory cards, batteries, or other accessories that are frequently exchanged when an item is removed or placed within a bag.

When the FreeLine Backpack 350 AW is worn, a dedicated compartment for 15" laptops rests directly behind the shoulders, followed by the main compartment, and a front-facing pocket for items that need to be accessed quickly and conveniently, such as a pair of sunglasses or music player earphones. Positioned above the backpack's base, the laptop compartment helps minimize the effect of any bumps or shocks upon its contents. Along the exterior of each zippered side opening is a large, open pocket that can hold a water bottle, tripod, monopod, or trekking pole; any one of which can be secured using a locking strap above each pocket.

The FreeLine Backpack 350 AW can be carried using its built-in top handle, or by its adjustable shoulder straps. A zipper along the inner edge of the strap which rests over the wearer's left shoulder opens to reveal a pull-out smartphone pocket that accommodates even large-screen mobile devices. When traveling over difficult or uneven terrain, the bag's waist belt transfers weight to the hips for additional comfort, while the sternum strap further limits unintentional shifting around the wearer.

Featuring durable, weather-resistant nylon construction, this backpack's attachment webbings along its sides and on the face of its front panel allow for pouches with external straps such as the Gear Box to be clipped or tied to this bag's surface. While traveling with a rolling case that features a dual-column telescoping handle, a pass-through band across the center of the FreeLine Backpack 350 AW's rear panel allows this bag to be mounted onto such handles for added convenience.

Capacity

  • Versatile backpack with two primary configurations
  • Removable partition system within spacious main compartment forms three shelves that can be used to store camera, video, audio, or digital media equipment
  • Dividers for partition system's shelves
  • Included Lowepro Gear Box equipment pouch with zippered opening is suitable for cords, adapters, and other device essentials
  • Dedicated compartment for 15" laptop is positioned above the backpack's base to help minimize the effect of any bumps or shocks upon its contents
  • Front-facing pocket for items that need to be accessed quickly and conveniently, such as a pair of sunglasses or music player earphones
  • Two large, open side pockets can each hold and secure a water bottle, tripod, monopod, or trekking pole
  • Folding partition system's shelves and Gear Box can be reached through zippered side openings when the bag is rotated from one's back to front with either side opening facing upward
  • Each side opening also features convenient, interior organizational pockets for memory cards, batteries, or other accessories that are frequently exchanged
  • Left shoulder strap includes pull-out smartphone pocket that accommodates even large-screen mobile devices
  • Exterior attachment webbings allow for pouches with external straps such as the Gear Box to be clipped or tied to the backpack's front panel

Fit and Handling

  • Carry options include built-in top handle and adjustable, padded shoulder straps
  • Waist belt transfers weight to the hips for additional comfort, while sternum strap further limits unintentional shifting around the wearer
  • Pass-through band across rear panel for convenient mounting to a rolling case's dual-column telescoping handle
  • Weather-resistant, durable nylon construction
  • Rain cover for further protection from the elements
UPC: 056035371707

Lowepro BP 350 AW Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Handle, Trolley Sleeve, Waist Belt
ColorBlack
Type of ClosureZipper
Laptop/Tablet CompartmentSingle Compartment: Fits 15" Laptop
Interior TypeAdjustable Dividers (Hook & Loop)
FeaturesAccessory Loops
Environmental
Water ResistanceRain Cover, Water Resistant (Material)
General
MaterialsExterior: Nylon
Interior: Nylon
DimensionsExterior
19.17 x 11.54 x 8.19" / 48.69 x 29.31 x 20.8 cm
Interior
10.04 x 7.09 x 6.69" / 25.5 x 18.01 x 16.99 cm
Weight67.02 oz / 1.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.49 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24.55 x 12.6 x 10.9"

Lowepro BP 350 AW Reviews

Outrageously High Quality Materials/Practical Design

By Kevin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-18

I'm going to contradict basically everything one reviewer said. Not sure why they were so upset with a bag, but I find this FreeLine 350AW to be exponentially better than the Peak Design backpack, which offers no support to anything inside. Seriously, only YouTubers use that terrible bag, but if it works for you, more power to you - that's why we have options. I use this bag primarily for 2 things. 1.) to support my main camera bag when I'm traveling by holding computer, tablet, cables, filters, and assorted tech. I call this support mode and it absolutely THRIVES at this role. 2.) as a dedicated camera bag for light days of shooting. I'm not a major fan of side load bags for this duty, but I've used it and it works...I just find it so incredibly perfect for support mode that I would rather use a different bag for camera gear. ::SUPPORT MODE:: I recently switched to the M1 MacBook Pro 13-inch for my traveling computer and I am happy to say that the laptop sleeve will accommodate the 13-inch MBP and 10-inch iPad Pro with magic keyboard very neatly in individual compartments along the back. The top pouch fits the Bose QC35 headphones with case perfectly - the bag is the exact width to allow the case to sit flat. On top of that, I pack a large ThinkTank Cable Management bag with all my computer cables and chargers. There is room for plenty more odds and ends in the top pouch like a mouse or computer charger. (I can also slide my mouse pad behind the shelf system for easy, flat storage.) Inside the bag, I use the included slide out pouch to house camera chargers for the EOS R5 and Fuji X-T4. Above that, I have an additional Manfrotto dual battery charger, a double T7 SSD case, and my card reader. Just above that, I can slide in a ThinkTank filter hive bag for all my filter needs. The side zip holds a backup USB-C SD card reader and a couple backup SD cards - just in case. This bag slides under the seats of MOST airline fitments, including the small Embraer 1x2 and 2x2s that I've taken this on - granted, I ended up just using their crummy overhead storage for better comfort. I haven't flown on all airline variants of Airbus and Boeing aircraft, but I have flown enough that it hasn't been any issue at all. The materials used in this bag are honestly better than anything I own from ThinkTank, Tenba, or other Lowepro bags...it makes me question why Lowepro hasn't released more products with these materials and taken over even more of the market. The whole bag is weather resistant and has a very large amount of padding along the bottom. ::Criticisms:: First and foremost for me, the sternum strap uses a metal hook (not sharp) and loop to attach, I don't really like this because when it's not in use, you have a metal hook flopping around all the time. It also limits the locations to where you can place the strap for support. The bag could have easily incorporated a few more pouches and places where you can zip up - especially along the front of the bag where the tripod straps are...why is there not a zip pouch here? If Lowepro ever made a 450 version of this bag that was wider and slightly taller I would be all over it! This is great for a 13-inch laptop rig...but not one that can fit a larger laptop, which I plan to buy when the new Macs come out.

Utterly disappointed

By Jane
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-05

Shabby feeling and materials are really sub par for the cost. Cool design, extremely gross construction. The best part is the inner divider system and Velcro dividers. Keep all of that and toss the backpack itself.

He loves it!

By Isabelle
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-30

He is thrilled to finally get a good bag for his gear. It’s comfortable to wear and light enough that it can be worn for long periods of time even once loaded with gear.

Overall a great backpack!

By Julija
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-05

Overall a great backpack! I had the chance to use the backpack during a 3 day hike. Before: The individual set up for my gear was easy. The Velcro is a tad annoying, but you get used to it and you actually set it up once (hopefully). All my gear fit Inside and I had enough space for some other stuff, as raincoat, flashlight, etc... During: When it started to rain a little I didn’t feel the urge to cover the backpack, as I knew it’s water resistant. Nothing got wet. My camera equipment was all safe and sound. When it started poring, I used the included rain cover, which was easy to put on, in less than a minute I was ready to face the storm. The backpack feels heavy after a while, but I guess this would happen to any other brand/design. The only reason I reduce my review by one star is, that it could be more cushioned at the shoulder straps. I had some bad marks on my shoulders after carrying the Backpack a whole day. I’ll improvise for the next time and add some extra cushions to my straps. But, as mentioned, overall a great backpack, waterproof and offers a ton of space for camera gears.

Versatile, quality backpack

By Christopher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-10

I have had a few different camera bags, but this one is the best by far. The dual side openings are very convenient, and there are more than enough pockets to hold my sd cards, filters, etc. The accessory bag is a nice addition, and the velcro divider system offers the versatility I need for carrying lenses and personal items. Definitely recommend this bag!

One of the best backpacks on the market

By Leonard
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-09

I just got it from B&H store in Manhattan a couple of days ago and initially I was going there to get Peak Design Everyday Backpack, 20 L but when I saw this one on display I had decided to check on it first and at the end of that research I'd completely changed my mind and got this Lowepro backpack. My criteria was to get a backpack with both side openings and at least 3 places available from each side. I usually travel with my Sony a6600 with 18-105mm lens attached, Sony a5100 with 10-18mm lens attached and Sony 100-400mm with TC1.4. I was able to place everything inside the bag plus a lot of miscellaneous on top. Still I have all side flaps unused. I'm grateful to get this bag because I was able to place everything I needed, it has more compartments comparing to PD and one more feature which is common for PD too is an ability to place my a6600 with attached 100-400 with TC vertically into the bag because the design of both brands allows to bend dividers on 90 degrees so I'm able to place even Sony 200-600mm inside vertically which is an awesome feature for me from both brands, Lowepro and PD but I paid almost $100 less than PD. Kudos to Lowepro!!!

Radical!

By Jordan
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-20

Holds me camera, a lens, accessories, 15'' MBP and a DJI Spark (pretty packed for a non-foldable drone, but fits in the top pouch of bag). Quality seems good, hopefully the zippers hold out. (only 4 starts because its only been a week with the bag)

A very good backpack for travelling!

By Yifeng
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-20

I have used this backpack for two years! I am a frequent traveler and love to use the backpack to carry my A7M3, 2-3 lenses, 2 flash light, 1 LED light, some accessories, and a bunch of cables, and a power bank. Of course, iPad pro or MacBook is also carried at the same time. While you are hiking you can also carry two tripods with this bag. Consider the price, you pay less than you get. I definitely recommend this bag! Forget to mention that the quality is also good. too.

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