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Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L Collapsible Backpack

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Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L Collapsible Backpack
Key Features
  • Collapses to a Tight 11 x 4" Roll
  • Expands to a Full-Featured Daypack
  • Multiple Zippered Access Points
  • Large Side Tripod/Water Bottle Pocket
When you want to go out exploring from basecamp, but don't want to lug your large 50L or 75L pack that you brought everything in with, just unroll your Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L Collapsible Backpack and hike with ease. It is sized to carry a day's worth of food and essentials and also compatible with their GearUp camera inserts, so you can still shoot without compromising the safety of your delicate gear. With an eye firmly set on a sustainable future, this pack is made with 84% recycled materials.
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How much weight can the material hold without ...

How much weight can the material hold without tearing at the bottom? Is the bottom reinforced?
Asked by: Matt
Unfortunately, the Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L Collapsible Backpack does not list a load capacity. It is made of lightweight nylon that can be rolled very tightly into a small tube. It is not made for extremely heavy items. It works as a daypack to carry lighter weight items when hiking. The bottom is not reinforced.
Answered by: Daniel C
Date published: 2023-11-21

dose it come with the gear-up compartment?

dose it come with the gear-up compartment?
Asked by: yonah
No, the Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L comes with the following. Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L Collapsible Backpack Divider Set Limited Lifetime Warranty The gear-up series accessories is separate purchase. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?q=gearup&sts=ma
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-06-12

Can it be dyed black?

Can it be dyed black?
Asked by: James
The water-resistant Nylon material Lowepro RunAbout BP 18L Collapsible Backpack does not take to dyes very well. If it can be dyed, it would most likely have to be done with a special type of dye/method.
Answered by: Ejona G
Date published: 2024-06-02
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