Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Heather Gray)

Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Heather Gray)

Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Heather Gray)

B&H # LOFLBP350AW MFR # LP37229
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Product Highlights

  • Versatile, Multi-Configuration Backpack
  • Spacious Main Compartment
  • Removable Internal Shelf System
  • Removable Equipment Pouch
  • Rear and Side Access
  • Padded 15" Laptop Pocket
  • Multiple Organizational Pockets
  • Backpack-Strap Smartphone Pocket
  • Pass-Through for Luggage Trolley Handle
  • Weather Resistant, Rain Cover
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Color: Heather Gray

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Lowepro 350 AW Overview

  • 1Description

This heather gray 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: 056035372292
In the Box
Lowepro FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Heather Gray)
  • Gear Box Pouch
  • Internal Partition
  • 2 x Divider
  • Rain Cover
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Lowepro 350 AW Specs

    Features Accessory Loops, Adjustable Interior Dividers, Laptop Compartment, Removable Interior Dividers
    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps, Sternum Strap, Top Handle, Trolley Sleeve, Waist Belt
    Compartments
    Laptop Compartment Screen Size 15.0"
    Exterior
    Exterior Dimensions 11.54 x 19.17 x 8.19" / 29.3 x 48.7 x 20.8 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover, Water-Resistant Material
    Interior
    Interior Dimensions 10.04 x 6.69 x 7.09" / 25.5 x 17 x 18 cm
    Interior Material Nylon
    Weight 67.02 oz / 1.9 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.0 x 15.0 x 9.0"

    Lowepro 350 AW Reviews

    FreeLine Backpack 350 AW (Heather Gray) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Quality and Versatile Backpack I purchased this backpack to replace an old 1990s Lowepro camera backpack. I've used it a few times so far to carry equipment for several hours on photography adventures. I easily carry a full-frame SLR, a mid-range zoom, two primes, light jacket, laptop, large tablet and miscellaneous accessories. I attach a lightweight tripod to the back and a water bottle on the side. All of these items fill the pack. So far, it serves me well, and I have no complaints. It matches what I expected based on the Lowepro videos. The materials are top-notch. It looks good. The organizing panels are very versatile and sturdy. It carries my stuff safely.
    Date published: 2018-06-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use it all the time I like the backpack, if you have seen the peak design everyday backpack this one is almost the same in function but I prefer this exterior design because of finish and more muted look. On the interior I prefer this divider types. Also it comes with a little organizer that is great for my laptop charger and mouse
    Date published: 2018-06-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from More weather-resistant than other AW bags I've had other AW bags from LowePro and found that the design allowed items outside of the more weather-resistant parts of the bag to get wet. This bag is much better in that it has more weather -resistant fabric and zippers and the shoulder straps connect to the bag below the top seam. This means that water will not be piped in under the rain cover as my other bags do. The bottom is also raied of the floor/ground slightly which should help too.
    Date published: 2018-07-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally a backpack that fit almost every need Materials are excellent and the backpack feels good on the back. I can fit inside camera gear (Sony a7r iii + 1 or 2 lenses) and a 15" laptop. Even a small drone. Great thing is that the backpack size isnt too big or too small, its perfect for the city and travelling.
    Date published: 2018-07-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth It Well made, well designed, ample storage. I really like the side access. The camera and lenses are accessible without having to take the backpack completely off, or having to set it on the ground. Accommodates a Nikon D810 with 80-300 attached (or 14-24 f2.8 for example) along with a couple more lenses or flash. Pricy, but quality doesn't come cheap. Easy to recommend. Lifetime guarantee.
    Date published: 2018-07-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent pack for DSLR This pack is really great, and in contrast to another reviewer’s opinion, I think this Lowepro beats the Peak Design 20L everyday backpack. This bag has everything the Peak Design bag has, plus more—a rain cover, an included accessories bag, a better closure system at the top (zipper rather than flap), and better pockets on the inside of the side access pockets. And in my opinion it looks way better. As for the removable shelf system, yes it takes up a bit of your useable space on the inside, but in my experience it actually makes my Nikon D750 and four lenses fit better—less rattling around. I used some dividers from a different Lowepro bag to customize my setup so one lens is on the camera, and the other three are on their own little cubby. And I have room for another lens if I want. My only complaint is that Lowepro doesn’t seem to sell replacement parts such as chest straps, etc. Anyway, I highly recommend this pack. It is full featured and excellent construction using high-quality materials. And as always, B&H’s customer service is wonderful.
    Date published: 2019-03-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cool design, small pockets It feels nice on the back and quick access to your gear but the pockets are really small! I cant put a small notepad in any of the pockets, or my bike lights. The inside pockets for keys was difficult to get to and the top outside pocket was just too small! I liked the idea of a backpack that has a camera compartment with easy access for my daily commute but it just doesnt fit anything other than photo gear.
    Date published: 2019-03-24
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bad take on PD everyday backpa Pros: Looks good, Quality materials. Cons: Well, every thing else. This is a clear take of Lowe on peak design everyday backpack 20l, but they have done it all wrong. The inner removable shelf system takes a lot of space. Side inner pockets are very small, the dividers are not comfortable to use at all and the vertical dividers dont allow you to play with the height of the shelf. If you want to make a single change, you have to take all your stuff out, the center straps to hold a tripod are hard to reset after each use. I thought that the smaller side opening is advantage over the full opening of the everyday backpack, but its not. The top opening is narrow, and the side opening is small. Thats what happens when you buy a bag that tries to copy a successful bad. I have 2 more Lowe Pro bags and they are so much better than this one. I guess Ill just take the shelf out and turn it in to a very expensive day bad.
    Date published: 2018-11-27
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    Hi guys, will a Canon 5D Mark IV with lens ...

    Hi guys, will a Canon 5D Mark IV with lens attached fit? And any possibility of a Canon 1DX with 50mm prime lens fitting?
    Asked by: JACO
    The bag is adjustable it can be configured to hold the items you want.
    Answered by: Reuben
    Date published: 2019-05-26

    Can I order a replacement rain cover for this ?

    Can I order a replacement rain cover for this ?
    Asked by: Jacob
    For this replacement part, please contact LowePro. Lowepro Tel: (877) 412-7467 Website http://www.lowepro.com/ Email info@lowepro.com./
    Answered by: Dennis A
    Date published: 2019-02-25

    question

    Is it comfortable carrying camera & lens weight without a waistband?
    Asked by: Lauren
    I've used the backpack for a whole week in Iceland, it was packed with Canon 80D, 24-70 F2.8, 70-200 F2.8, Mavic Pro + 3 x Batteries, 430 ex Flash Gorilla Pod and Gopro + 3 small Acc's. Yeah all of that fit in it. It was very heavy and I didn't use or feel the need to use the chest strap or the waist strap for that matter. It was fine. the longest hike was 5 km's on mainly flat rocky surface.
    Answered by: Aasheem
    Date published: 2018-11-27

    How to access the side pocket if it is a ...

    How to access the side pocket if it is a backpack? A backpack needs two front straps, there is no way to have a quick side access unless at least one strap is taken off. I love the comfort of backpack because it distributes the weight evenly but I also like the sling type bag for fast access. Is this the combo of both worlds?
    Asked by: Harry
    You have to slip one strap off and it swings around as a sling bag would. One strap remains on your shoulder. I use it mainly as a storage bag for all when i go on an outing and leave in car or use for short times, and often use a smaller backpack with side access to carry for long periods as I am a small woman and this is a lovely bag but too heavy if full for me to carry for long periods.
    Answered by: Janet
    Date published: 2019-05-26

    question

    Can I fit a Macbook Pro 2018 15.4 in this backpack?
    Asked by: Eliott
    Yes and with the sleeve also.
    Answered by: Teemu L.
    Date published: 2018-11-27

    Hi guys, will a Canon 5D Mark IV with lens ...

    Hi guys, will a Canon 5D Mark IV with lens attached fit? And any possibility of a Canon 1DX with 50mm prime lens fitting?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    I think you should be fine with the 5D. I fit my Fuji GFX 50s + 32-64mm lens in the main side compartment of the backpack.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2019-01-29
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