Ruggard Triumph 55 Sling Bag

Ruggard Triumph 55 Sling Bag

Ruggard Triumph 55 Sling Bag

B&H # RUPGB255B MFR # PGB-255B

Product Highlights

  • Hold DSLR & Grip, 2 Zoom Lens, 2 Flashes
  • Quick-Access to Camera via Side Flap
  • Front Pouch & Organizer, Top Compartment
  • Expandable Main Camera Compartment
  • Water-Repellant 600D Oxford Nylon
  • Padded & Adjustable Interior Dividers
  • Compact Tripod Holder
  • Detachable Rain Cover
  • Hidden Waist Strap
  • Adjustable Sling Strap with Buckle
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Size: 55






Ruggard Triumph 55 overview

  • 1Description

Shaped like a backpack, the black Triumph 55 Sling Bag from Ruggard holds a DSLR with a battery grip, an attached zoom lens, two flashes and an extra zoom lens in the main camera compartment. Built for everyday photography, this bag features a hard 600D Oxford Nylon exterior that is water-repellant and a side flap that allows you to easily access your DSLR from the main compartment. You can do so without removing the bag from your shoulder. While you can access the DSLR from the side flap, the main compartment of the bag is designed to rest against your back for protection against theft.

When you need to access the bag, the main compartment opens and closes with a zipper and has five padded, adjustable interior dividers. Smaller personal or photo items can be stored in the top compartment at the front, as well as in the front pouch, which has an internal organizer. A compact or travel tripod can be placed in the tripod holder. The holder itself features a set of attachment straps and two pockets.

Tucked into the back padding is a waist strap for better support carrying the sling bag, and a rain cover that can be detached if you need to dry it out. The sling strap on the Triumph is padded and features an adjustable quick-release buckle. The bag can be carried using the sling strap and lifted using the top or side grip handles.


600D Oxford Nylon exterior with water-repellent coating
Rain cover can be hidden in back padding or detached for drying
Zippered expansion creates extra 2.5" in main compartment
Waist strap tucks away into back padding
Foam-padded back for cushioning


Zippered main camera compartment includes two large and three small adjustable foam-padded dividers and is accessible from the back
Top compartment has two mesh pockets and is accessible from the front
Large front pouch has two mesh slip pockets on inside flap for filters or batteries
Large organizer in front pouch with two pen slots and two touch-fastened memory card pockets

Quick-Access Side-Flap

For quick-access to your DSLR the side flap provides an additional opening to the main compartment
Dual zipper Fast-Action Handle
Secured with quick-release buckle and touch-fastener
Inside the flap is a memory card pocket with touch-fastened closure

Compact Tripod Holder

Elastic cinch-strap with quick-release buckle made to fasten over two of the three tripod legs for extra security
Nylon-webbed touch-fastener strap fastens over all three legs
Half-mesh pocket acts as tripod cup or can be used to hold accessories like a water bottle, MP3 player, or cell phone
Bottom side pocket unzips down the middle to create cover over half-mesh pocket

Sling Strap

Adjustable quick-release buckle opens mid-strap
Mesh zippered pocket for keys and ID
Foam padding for added comfort
Nylon webbing to attach optional pouches and other accessories

Carrying Options

Top padded carry handle
Side-flap padded carry handle
UPC: 847628560505
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Ruggard Triumph 55 Sling Bag
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Ruggard Triumph 55 specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Side Handle, Sling Strap, Top Handle, Waist Belt
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
    Compartment Dimensions 11.0 x 11.0 x 7.0" / 27.9 x 27.9 x 17.8 cm
    Exterior Dimensions 18.1 x 11.4 x 8.5" / 46 x 29 x 21.5 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Quick Release, Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Load Capacity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Interior Dimensions 16.9 x 10.6 x 7.7" / 43 x 27 x 19.5 cm
    Interior Material Polyester
    Weight 3.2 lb / 1.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.6 x 12.2 x 9.9"

    Ruggard Triumph 55 reviews

    Triumph 55 Sling Bag is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 22.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10 bags later... I bought and returned at least eight bags before I saw this one on the B&H site and thought I would try it. Here's what I love: -Comfortable sling strap -Compartments are big enough to hold my Canon40d with battery pack; 24-70 lens, 85mm lens, 50mm lens, 10-22mm lens and 70-200mm lens. -Holds flash, extra memory cards and other stuff you usually shove in your pockets. -Great raincover -Opening meets your back rather than being open to others for theft. This is a great bag - lighweight and inexpensive.
    Date published: 2013-10-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Winner! I use the sling bag with my Canon Rebel as well as two additional lenses, an external flash and a lot of other little things. The great thing about the bag is the flexibility on sizing the space you need for your camera. Also there are pockets for putting a notepad, pen and a bottle of water. There is also a place for your tripod. I haven't quite figured out how the waist strap works, if that's what it is. But I went out today with the bag loaded and didn't have to adjust it at all, particularly when I was bending down to take a photo. It's a bit on the heavy side with everything I carry but it's not as cumbersome as the last bag I had!
    Date published: 2015-04-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big Bag for a Big Lens Firstly, I am an amateur photographer who has gotten fairly serious about learning and shooting over the last year and a half when I bought my first DSLR and I have been acquiring gear throughout this time. I had been looking to replace my Amazon Basics backpack with a sling bag that was large enough to carry my Canon t4i with the Sigma 150-500 lens I purchased recently. I was fairly discouraged by the offerings of my local photo store. Bags of that size can be awfully expensive and I didn't want to risk buying one online not knowing how well it would fit my gear. But with an upcoming trip to NYC, I decided to look at B&H's site to see what they had to offer and spotted the Triumph 55. I thought for the price it would be worth checking out at the store. Suffice it to say it really exceeded my expectations. To begin with, my salesperson, Isaac, was outstanding. He spent about 20 mins with me going over the bag. He asked what kind of gear I had, found demos in the store, configured the bag, loaded it and helped me fit it to my body so that I could get a sense of how it felt. Outstanding customer service! The bag was able to fit my camera body with the 150-500 lens attached so now I can swing it around and store my camera without taking the bag off. Awesome. It also still has room for my 18-250mm walkaround Sigma as well as Lenspens, filters, batteries, monopod,,,etc... I've used the bag several times over the last few weeks, hiking with it for a couple of miles. Even though the pack weighed 16 lbs fully loaded, it really was quite comfortable. The waist belt is really essential when you are carrying that much weight. But since it holds so securely to your body, it doesn't feel like you're carrying that much. Some people are concerned because it is fairly large but for my purposes it is perfect. It's large enough to carry everything I would need on a trip and still fit underneath a seat on an airplane. Also, the good thing is that there are smaller versions of the same bag and they all seem very well padded, well designed and durable. For the price I think this bag is an outstanding value and would recommend it to anyone. And as far a B&H goes, take it from an expatriate New Yorker now living among the friendliest people in the world in Omaha, the staff at B&H are second to none in customer service.
    Date published: 2014-03-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Usefull Bag! I bought this bag after changing my mind in the store.. Originally I was going to get a LowePRO sling bag, but this RUGGARD changed my mind. I love how it's basically got pockets for almost everything!!! Everything except my laptop. That's the one drawback that I can see with this.. It's really the only thing that's missing. I'd also like to see a little more flexibility with the internal dividers, but other than that i love it. I would recommend this back to pretty much everyone.
    Date published: 2014-07-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Big bag, uncomfortable and weak strap Yes, it has lots of space but it is poorly utilized. Also, the strap is very uncomfortable on anything over a short walk and after 2 days with a minimal amount of gear the strap was tearing away from the body. Disappointing to say the least.
    Date published: 2014-05-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprise! Great Bag for Run-n-Gun Video I bought this bag to use in the field (on the mountain), primarily to shoot video of skiers, riders and other winter sports action. I worried my Canon XF100 might not fit in the bag's side compartment, which would all but render it useless. But after removing the interior's velcro separators, I was able to fit the camera in with ease (and some room to spare). And nothing could be more convenient than skiing up to a shot, sliding the bag from over the shoulder to the front of my torso, pulling the double sided zipper pocket and whipping out my camera. I can even use the bag as a stabilizer to shoot atop from. And the accessory pockets are roomy enough to house all of my related gear: spare batteries, lens wipes, audio equipment, etc. While I'm still putting this bag through the paces, it has easily earned its price point in value and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone that needs to store their gear in a safe place but also needs immediate access to it as well. Bravo Ruggard!
    Date published: 2014-02-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The right size This is the newest of three bags that I own. I have a gigantic Manfroto that holds all my gear, but weighs a ton while doing so, so I really use it as safe storage for my gear, with the flexibility of being able to use it if I ever need to bring everything. I have a 5DMK3, 5 lenes, 7 4x4 and 4X6 filters, filter holder, flash, shutter release, a MeFOTO RoadTrip Travel Tripod, and all of the rest of the little gear that goes with a camera. I was looking for a bag that would give me quick access to the camera, carry 1-2 lenses and all the filter gear, battery and cards. This bag fits that bill to a T. It is comfortable to wear and you can access the camera in a few seconds from the side panel. It easily holds the camera, 2-3 lenses (including a Canon 70-200 4L), shutter release all the filter equipment, spare battery, filter cleaning kit well, you get the picture. One day I had the camera w/ a 17-40mm mounted, the 70-200 and my G1 X in it's own bag in this one! The one disappointment is the way it mounts a tripod. I usually just end up carrying the tripod in it's shoulder bag. Also, it could use a few more external pockets, for a water bottle, for instance. It is a very strong and well made bag that I think will last for years. I'm happy I bought it.
    Date published: 2013-08-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice Bag I needed a bag to use when I wasn't transporting everything in my ThinkTank Airport International and the Triumph 5S Sling Bag looked like a good option. It's bigger than I pictured but it works very well. It easily holds my 60D with grip or my 7D with grip. There's lots of room for lenses, flash, accessories. The bag is lightweight but made very well. It's a real bargain at the price. I am very happy with it.
    Date published: 2014-02-14
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