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Clik Elite Venture 35 Backpack (24 x 12.2 x 8.6", Gray)

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Clik Elite
Clik Elite Venture 35 Backpack (24 x 12.2 x 8.6", Gray)
Key Features
  • For DSLR, 3-4 Lenses, Flash, Accessories
  • Water-Resistant Nylon Exterior
  • 100 oz (3 L) Hydration Compartment
  • Side Pockets for Water Bottles
The gray Venture 35 Backpack from Clik Elite is slightly larger than their Venture 30 model. For heading out on a quick photo expedition to the outback, this bag has it all. In addition to accommodating your pro DSLR, 4-5 lenses plus accessories, it has a 3 liter (100 oz) hydration bladder essential for active endeavors while even the side pockets are designed to hold water bottles. You'll never want for thirst.

The bag is made from Clik's water-resistant nylon and supplied with an easy-to-use rain fly that can be quickly set up during a sudden downpour - or even if you're crossing a stream and want to keep your gear extra dry. Most scenic photographers need a tri or mono-pod and the Venture 35 is equipped with a tip-out sling that will center your "pod" in the center of your pack. The harness system is fully adjustable and contains both waist belt and sternum strap for steadying the pack while traveling.

The interior is set up to be arranged in whatever configuration you need to safely hold your gear. Adjustable and padded dividers will create individual compartments for your DSLR and lenses. The top zippered pocket is for smaller items like cards, batteries and other personal items that need to be quickly accessed. Rugged zippers guard the front compartments and allow you to open only that part of the pack that you need to retrieve specific gear.

Clik has designed the harness system to be ergonomic and comfortable while in use. You'll be able to fine tune the pack with variable height, width and angle of the wide shoulder straps to create a perfect fit. The waist belt is also wide and connected with a bi-directional quick-release buckle that cradles your hips. There's also a sternum strap for additional security and balance.

Backed by Clik Elite's lifetime warranty, the Venture 35 is a slim, trim and rugged pack for anyone who likes to get off the beaten path to where real images are made.

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Clik Elite Venture 35 Overview

The gray Venture 35 Backpack from Clik Elite is slightly larger than their Venture 30 model. For heading out on a quick photo expedition to the outback, this bag has it all. In addition to accommodating your pro DSLR, 4-5 lenses plus accessories, it has a 3 liter (100 oz) hydration bladder essential for active endeavors while even the side pockets are designed to hold water bottles. You'll never want for thirst.

The bag is made from Clik's water-resistant nylon and supplied with an easy-to-use rain fly that can be quickly set up during a sudden downpour - or even if you're crossing a stream and want to keep your gear extra dry. Most scenic photographers need a tri or mono-pod and the Venture 35 is equipped with a tip-out sling that will center your "pod" in the center of your pack. The harness system is fully adjustable and contains both waist belt and sternum strap for steadying the pack while traveling.

The interior is set up to be arranged in whatever configuration you need to safely hold your gear. Adjustable and padded dividers will create individual compartments for your DSLR and lenses. The top zippered pocket is for smaller items like cards, batteries and other personal items that need to be quickly accessed. Rugged zippers guard the front compartments and allow you to open only that part of the pack that you need to retrieve specific gear.

Clik has designed the harness system to be ergonomic and comfortable while in use. You'll be able to fine tune the pack with variable height, width and angle of the wide shoulder straps to create a perfect fit. The waist belt is also wide and connected with a bi-directional quick-release buckle that cradles your hips. There's also a sternum strap for additional security and balance.

Backed by Clik Elite's lifetime warranty, the Venture 35 is a slim, trim and rugged pack for anyone who likes to get off the beaten path to where real images are made.

Padded camera bay with adjustable Cradle Lens Dividers holds pro-body camera and multiple lenses
Tip-out tripod sling carries any size tripod centered on pack
Side pockets carry water bottles or tripod under side compression strap
Hydration compartment fits a 3 liter (100 oz) bladder essential for active endeavors
Taylor Fit adjustable harness system fine tunes pack fit with variable height, width and angle of shoulder straps for a perfect fit
Contour waist belt with bi-directional buckle comfortably cradles hips
ChestPort and accessory compatible attachment points
Stretch-mesh front stash pocket for quick access items
Zippered top pocket organizes camera accessories and personal items
Side pockets for water bottles and other items, will also side-carry light stands or a tripod when used with side compression strap
Tuck-away rain fly

Clik Elite Venture 35 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight5.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.6 x 14.6 x 10.1"

Clik Elite Venture 35 Reviews

Great pack

By Anonymous
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2016-10-05

First thing is, is that it's much bigger than it looks in the picture, and can hold a lot of gear. Lots of adjustments in the shoulder straps to suit different body types. Holds loads of camera gear and room for a lot of other bits n pieces.

Well made and like having nothing on your back.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-05-30

Well made with room for photo gear and other items for hiking.

Great product

By Lining
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-05-22

Nice quality, great function, comfortable

well made, large pack

By Sky dog
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2016-03-07

This pack fulfills my wish for a pack that carries camera gear safely including pro body with 70-200 2.8 lens attached AND day hiking gear. It is a bit large but I considered several others and none would hold my pro gear. I will use it for day hikes and travel. It is very well made. So far, I haven't tried it with the hydration bag inserted. I would wish for small pockets to hold cards, batteries, cell phone or small camera, accessible without removing the pack and will look for some accessory type pockets that I can use with it.

Great day/camera pack

By Sport
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-08-15

Overall I really like the pack. There is plenty of room for my camera equipment and kids stuff. The pack rides well once it is adjusted. One of the best things I like is the elastic pouches. The side ones hold water bottles or sunscreen and I don't have to pull anything to secure them. The back one holds more stuff. The only thing that I don't really like is the dividers for the camera area. They don't seem to be stiff enough for my liking. Here is what I typically carry in the camera section: Nikon D750, 70-200 f2.8, Sigma 24-35, Nikon 50 f1.4, nikon sb-600, coin filter set.

Good solid bag but not perfect

By Ashton
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2016-06-25

This pack ls not for everyone, the quality is outstanding and will and should last a very very long time once used correctly. I was looking for something that I can ride my bike with to shoot and also take long walks with without being too big and bulky I also wanted to hold a bladder for cold water while on the go. This fits the bill for what I need. This bag doesn't hold a laptop compartment but if you have a netbook I'm sure there bladder area can hold it but don't expect for a smooth sail area. The top area don't have pockets that goes above the camera area this Sara is good for clothes and other stuff. I happen to have a bag that fits this area perfectly adding pockets to that area. In the front of this area has 3 pockets that can hold 2 phones and something else opposite this area. This works for me very well. As for the bladder area this is tricky. I check some images online and see a bladder that goes all the way down but it looks to cheep. I use only camelback because of its quality. I read some people have some problems with it in the sleeve at the back of the bag. I freeze my bladder laying it flat so it goes in easy this work for me so I have no problem. 3L is not recommended for this bag I fill mine at 1.5 and this works for me very well, if I need to fill more I can but only one cup more that's good enough for me. Over time this area will loosen up until the bladder becomes good to not freeze as much. The bladder tube there is no clip I was told the webbing was designed at the time for the bladders that comes with a clip. If your like me into the camelback this is a no no. You will have to buy a clip or push the mouth piece into the webbing this work for me but can be bother some after a while and water get a little spilled along the way.

Great Gear Backpack....

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-06-06

Use this backpack for full and multi-day hikes. Plenty of room for Nikon D750 with grip and 28-300mm lens. Additional lenses and TC fur easily. Large zoom fits in upper compartment along with rain jacket and personal items. Mid-size tripod attaches easily and carries well on one side;water bottle on opposite side.

Wonderful, durable, serious pack for hiking photography

By Jestertigger
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-05-31

Unbelievable quality, has spoiled me for any other brand. This pack has so many well thought through features, from the security zipper loops to the total adjustability of the strap length/angle/height to fit any body shape and size. This is a BIG pack, if the 30 was still made, I might have opted for that size for my needs but this is such a high quality pack it's a keeper. I have plenty of space for my Nikon D810 with 24-70 attached, a wide angle, macro, a 70-300mm, and even a second body like my D90 in the camera portion. A big flash like the 900 in its case, my Lee filters and a variety of misc. things like remote triggers or a mic fit easily in the top and leave room for lunch, a jacket, hat etc. At about 75% loaded it weighs about 20lbs with my gear before adding a tripod. Once the straps are adjusted to suit your build, it's very secure and comfortable. I'm 5'5 140lbs, also tried on someone 5'4 100lbs and still works. (Will work great for bigger guy frames obviously). I also grabbed the Clik Elite telephoto chest pack and that's a great combo with this larger pack for longer hiking shoots. It clips into the straps and everything balances perfectly! Fives stars big time!!

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