Store, transport, and protect your DSLR/mirrorless camera, lenses, and related accessories in this dark forest EnRoute 20L Camera Backpack from Thule. The backpack features an inner sleeve for your 13" laptop, plus interior and exterior pockets. Photographers will appreciate the top and side access to gear, and the exterior straps for a tripod/accessory. Carry the pack with the top handle or wear it with the padded shoulder straps, sternum strap, and padded back panel, or roll it with the luggage pass-through strap.
- Holds DSLR, Lenses, and Accessories
- Accommodates 13" Laptop or Tablet
- Padded Insert with Movable Dividers
- Top and Side Access to Gear
Thule EnRoute 20L Overview
Thule EnRoute 20L Specs
|Carry/Transport Options||Backpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Belt Loop, Handle, Trolley Sleeve, Waist Belt|
|Type of Closure||Zipper|
|Laptop/Tablet Compartment||Single Compartment: Fits 13" Laptop / 13" Tablet|
|Interior Type||Adjustable Dividers (Hook & Loop)|
18.9 x 11.4 x 7.9" / 48.01 x 28.96 x 20.07 cm
|Weight||3.4 lb / 1.54 kg|
|Package Weight||3.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||19 x 12 x 6"|
Thule EnRoute 20L Reviews
The 20L Is A Great Small Backpack!
The backpack areas are well designed and live up to the usual Thule quality. I'd say Thule is on par with ThinkTank in that regard. The straps and sternum strap are comfortable and hold their adjustments while taking the bag on and off. The back padding is comfortable and breathable. The top zippered pocket of the 20L is hardened and keeps it's shape so it's perfect for glasses or smaller things you don't want crushed. It also has some smaller mesh organizational pockets which I put some face wipes in as well as a few 4ft charging cables for various devices. The main compartment laptop sleeve fits my 13 MacBook Air enclosed in an additional Thule zippered laptop case. In the main compartment I'm able to fit a small cable organizer or every day carry bag, my portable Sony bluetooth speaker as well as a rain jacket along with some charging bricks and spare camera batteries in the smaller internal pockets. This load out leaves me with a little room to spare in case I pick up something small while out. The zippered side pocket will fit my compact Manfrotto tripod or a smaller water bottle. Keep in mind you can't stuff the main compartment full at the bottom around the camera insert if you want to use the side pocket for anything substantial. The outer zippered back pocket is only good for longer, flat items. I was able to get a compact rain jacket in there. As for the camera insert, it's small, I mean really small. I was able to get my FujiFilm X-S10 in there with the new Fuji 33mm f/1.4 lens (hood attached) with a bit of reconfiguring of the separators. If I had the grip or a slightly larger lens it would still fit no problem. I was also able to fit a Canon R6 (no battery grip) with the EF 50mm f/1.2 (hood attached reversed) and lens adaptor (attached) but it was snug. I also just fit a Nikon Z6II (no battery grip) with the Z 50mm f/1.8S lens (hood attached reversed) in as well. You could easily fit another lens in the main compartment or even a smaller lens in the top compartment if you needed to. Overall this is a great bag for those smaller backpack days but you still want to have a proper camera with you just in case. Also, B&H is showing photos for the 20L and 25L here and they are very different in design. I'd suggest going to the Thule site if you need any clarification.
Great Backpack for 1/2 Price of online choice
I went into B&H photo looking at another option that costed upwards of $250. After searching through the gear at B&H photo in person, I discovered that this one was perfect for me. For my needs, I don't have a lot of camera gear, a mirrorless camera and two lenses. Second, my regular backpack was on its last legs and I wanted something that could double as my all-around backpack. This one is perfect! First, the built in camera storage is easily accessible from the side. So you don't need to take off your backpack, lay it on the ground zip out the entire back, etc. It's a quick action holster. For better or worse, there are really only 3 slots in the protected camera area for a camera and two lenses (not huge lenses either). To that point, I decided if I finally buy that 600 mm lens I've wanted, I can just get a padded case for it and put it in the backpack from the top. Second, and I think the best thing about this bag is that when I'm not schlepping my camera around, the padded camera compartment can come out and I can use it as an all around bag quite easily.
great but not perfect
Really a pretty decent bag but not quite perfect. The bulky"camera packing cube" makes the bag lopsided and the oragami inserts in it don't fit perfectly.
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