Lowepro Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II Backpack (Black)

BH #LOPT450AW2B • MFR #LP37269
Lowepro Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II Backpack (Black)
Key Features
  • Rugged, Multi-Configuration Backpack
  • Carry-On Size for Most Airlines
  • Spacious Main Compartment
  • Removable Equipment Pouch
This black Lowepro Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II Backpack is a rugged bag that is designed to comfortably and securely carry your mobile photo studio while meeting the carry-on requirements for most international and US airlines. Its spacious main compartment features an adjustable partition system with 11 dividers that can fit a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, a 300mm f/2.8 lens, three additional lenses, and a shoe mount flash. Alternatively, the main compartment can be configured for a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, three to four additional lenses, plus a folding drone kit. To enhance the ability to organize this backpack's contents, a Lowepro Gear Box equipment pouch is included. Cords, adapters, and other essentials for the devices carried by the Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II can be inserted within the Gear Box, keeping them organized under the partition system.
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Lowepro 450 AW II Overview

This black Lowepro Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II Backpack is a rugged bag that is designed to comfortably and securely carry your mobile photo studio while meeting the carry-on requirements for most international and US airlines. Its spacious main compartment features an adjustable partition system with 11 dividers that can fit a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, a 300mm f/2.8 lens, three additional lenses, and a shoe mount flash. Alternatively, the main compartment can be configured for a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, three to four additional lenses, plus a folding drone kit. To enhance the ability to organize this backpack's contents, a Lowepro Gear Box equipment pouch is included. Cords, adapters, and other essentials for the devices carried by the Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II can be inserted within the Gear Box, keeping them organized under the partition system.

Complete access to the backpack's main compartment is provided by a front-facing zippered panel with a 180° downward opening. Along the inside of the front panel that faces the main compartment are two zippered organizer pockets for portable batteries, memory cards, hard drives, or other small electronics. The outside of the front panel also unzips with a 180° downward opening to reveal multiple pockets for a 15" laptop, a 10" tablet computer, and a graphics tablet, as well as their cords and power adapters. Positioned above the backpack's base, the laptop, tablet computer, and graphics tablet pockets help minimize the effect of any bumps or shocks upon their contents.

A zippered stash pocket on the outside of the front panel is included for items that need to be accessed quickly and conveniently, such as a smartphone, pens, a notebook, or a map. Below that pocket, dual compression straps with convenient side-release buckles allow a tripod, monopod, trekking pole, or folded apparel to be fastened against the Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II, which also includes a removable cup to support the base of a larger tripod or monopod strapped along the front of the backpack. During use, a large, zippered side pocket along the wearer's left can accommodate a water bottle or other similarly-sized item, while a side handle is positioned on the wearer's right.

The Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II can be carried using its built-in haul handle, the side handle, or by its adjustable shoulder straps. When traveling over difficult or uneven terrain, the backpack's waist belt transfers weight to the hips for additional comfort, while a built-in sternum strap buckles the shoulder straps together, further limiting unintentional shifting around the wearer. To help ensure that the Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II meets the carry-on requirements for most international and US airlines, the waist belt is detachable while the shoulder straps can be stowed behind the backpack's rear panel.

Featuring durable polyester and nylon construction, the Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II is built to be weather resistant and includes a seam-sealed cover for use under heavy rain. When the rain cover is not in use, attachment webbings along the Pro Trekker BP 450 AW II's sides and on the face of its front panel allow for pouches that use the Lowepro SlipLock Attachment System to connect to the backpack's surface.

Capacity

  • Rugged backpack designed to comfortably and securely carry a mobile photo studio while meeting the carry-on requirements for most international and US airlines
  • Spacious main compartment features an adjustable partition system with 11 dividers that can fit a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, a 300mm f/2.8 lens, three additional lenses, and a shoe mount flash
  • Alternatively, the main compartment can be configured for a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, three to four additional lenses, plus a folding drone kit
  • Split-level divider allows items to be stacked on top of each other
  • Included Lowepro Gear Box keeps cords, adapters, and other essentials organized under the partition system
  • Access to the main compartment is provided by a front-facing zippered panel with a 180° downward opening
  • Inside lining of front panel that faces the partition system includes two zippered organizer pockets for portable batteries, memory cards, hard drives, or other small electronics
  • Exterior front panel also unzips with a 180° downward opening to reveal multiple pockets for a 15" laptop, a 10" tablet computer, and a graphics tablet, as well as their cords and power adapters
  • Zippered stash pocket on the outside of the front panel is included for items that need to be accessed quickly and conveniently, such as a smartphone, pens, a notebook, or a map
  • Dual compression straps with convenient side-release buckles allow a tripod, monopod, trekking pole, or folded apparel to be fastened against the backpack
  • Removable cup supports the base of a larger tripod or monopod strapped along the front of the backpack
  • Large, zippered side pocket along the wearer's left can accommodate a water bottle or another similarly sized item
  • Attachment webbings along the backpack's sides and on the face of its front panel allow for pouches with the Lowepro SlipLock Attachment System to be connected

Fit and Handling

  • Carry options include built-in haul handle, side handle, and adjustable, padded shoulder straps
  • Built-in sternum strap and waist belt help evenly distribute weight
  • Rear panel provides lumbar support
  • For storage and transport, waist belt is detachable while the shoulder straps can be stowed behind the backpack's rear panel
  • Durable, weather-resistant nylon and polyester construction
  • Seam-sealed cover for use under heavy rain
UPC: 056035372698

Lowepro 450 AW II Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Handle, Waist Belt
ColorBlack
Type of ClosureZipper
Laptop/Tablet CompartmentCompartment 1: Fits 15" Laptop
Compartment 2: Fits 10" Tablet
Interior TypeHook & Loop Dividers
Monopod/Tripod HolderYes
FeaturesAccessory Loops
Environmental
Water ResistanceRain Cover, Water Resistant (Material)
General
MaterialsExterior: Nylon
Interior: Nylon, Polyester
DimensionsExterior
19.29 x 13.78 x 9.84" / 49 x 35 x 24.99 cm
Interior
18.11 x 12.6 x 6.3" / 46 x 32 x 16 cm
Weight5.95 lb / 2.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.91 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.4 x 14.6 x 9.7"
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