Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack (Black)

BH #GUK2016LP • MFR #GG0516-1945
Gura Gear
Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack (Black)
Key Features
  • Dual Side-By-Side Camera Compartments
  • Holds 2 DSLRs and 3 Lenses
  • Holds 2 Mirrorless Cameras and 4 Lenses
  • Padded Touch-Fastening Interior Dividers
The black Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack from Gura Gear is designed to keep your mobile photo studio organized as you comfortably and securely carry it to your next destination. Its dual side-by-side camera compartments can each be dedicated to separate camera systems and their accessories using the backpack's adjustable partitions. While either camera compartment can be dedicated toward two DSLRs, two to three lenses and a shoe mount flash, the other can then be used to hold two mirrorless cameras, a flash, and up to three or four lenses.
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Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack (Black)

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Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 16L Overview

The black Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack from Gura Gear is designed to keep your mobile photo studio organized as you comfortably and securely carry it to your next destination. Its dual side-by-side camera compartments can each be dedicated to separate camera systems and their accessories using the backpack's adjustable partitions. While either camera compartment can be dedicated toward two DSLRs, two to three lenses and a shoe mount flash, the other can then be used to hold two mirrorless cameras, a flash, and up to three or four lenses.

A pair of side-by-side, front-facing zippered panels which fold open toward the center of the backpack provide individual access to the camera compartments. Together, a zippered mesh organizer pocket along the inside of each panel creates space for hard drives, portable batteries, camera filters, or small electronics within the camera compartments. Each panel also features an outer flap that can be unzipped and opened toward the center of the backpack, even when the panels remain closed, revealing two additional organizer pockets for items that need be accessed quickly and conveniently without exposing the contents of the camera compartments.

The Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack can be carried using its built-in top handle, or by its adjustable, padded shoulder straps as the resilient and breathable 3D mesh padding along the outside rear surface cushions the wearer's back and shoulders. The padding's elevated structure optimizes air circulation, minimizing perspiration in warm and hot environments. For heavy loads, the adjustable sternum strap can be used to more evenly distribute the weight being carried. When the Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack is worn, a dedicated, zippered compartment for a 13" laptop or tablet computer rests directly behind the shoulders, while along both sides of the backpack are two large, stretchable pockets with side-compression straps that can each hold and secure a water bottle. Alternatively, the pockets can be used to hold a tripod, monopod, or trekking pole; each can be further secured using the side-compression strap located above the pocket.

Constructed with VX-21, nylon and polyester material that is both durable and lightweight, the Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack is built to be weather resistant and includes a seamless cover for use under heavy rain.

Capacity

  • Backpack with dual side-by-side camera compartments can each be dedicated to separate camera systems and their accessories
  • Either camera compartment can be dedicated toward two DSLRs, two to three lenses and a shoe mount flash, while the other can then be used to hold two mirrorless cameras, a flash, and up to three or four lenses
  • Padded, touch-fastening, removable dividers allow each camera compartment's space to be configured for the specific equipment being carried within it
  • A pair of side-by-side, front-facing zippered panels which fold open toward the center of the backpack provide individual access to the camera compartments
  • Zippered mesh organizer pocket along the inside of each panel creates space for hard drives, portable batteries, camera filters, or small electronics
  • Each of the panels also features an outer flap that can be unzipped while the panels remain closed, revealing two additional organizer pockets for items that need be accessed quickly and conveniently without exposing the contents of the camera compartments
  • Dedicated, zippered compartment for a 13" laptop or tablet computer rests directly behind the wearer's shoulders

Handling and Fit

  • Carry options include built-in top handle and adjustable, padded shoulder straps
  • Two large stretchable pockets with side-compression straps each hold a water bottle
  • A tripod, monopod, or trekking pole can be further secured using the side-compression strap located above each pocket
  • Side-compression straps each feature a side-release buckle along its length
  • Back surface features a resilient, breathable 3D mesh padding which cushions the wearer's back and shoulders
  • Mesh padding's elevated structure optimizes air circulation, minimizing perspiration in warm and hot environments
  • Adjustable sternum strap can evenly distribute the weight being carried
  • Zipper pull cords for easy opening under wet or cold conditions
  • Constructed using VX-21, a durable, weather-resistant nylon and polyester material
  • Seamless cover for use under heavy rain
UPC: 023554040896

Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 16L Specs

FeaturesLaptop Compartment, Removable Interior Dividers
Carrying/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps, Top Handle
Exterior
Exterior Dimensions12.6 x 16.54 x 5.91" / 32 x 42 x 15 cm
Exterior MaterialNylon, Polyester
Type of ClosureZipper
Water ResistanceRain Cover, Water-Resistant Material
Interior
Interior Dimensions11.42 x 15.75 x 4.33" / 29 x 40 x 11 cm
Interior MaterialNylon
Maximum Volume541.18 fl oz / 16 L
Weight3 lb / 1.36 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.025 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.65 x 12.6 x 10"
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