Ruggard Outrigger 65 DSLR Backpack (Black)

Ruggard Outrigger 65 DSLR Backpack (Black)

Ruggard Outrigger 65 DSLR Backpack (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • For DSLR System / iPad Compartment
  • Holds 4 Additional Lenses & 2 Flashes
  • Front Padded Zip Pocket Fits 9.7" Tablet
  • Interior Padded Dividers
  • Large Front Pouch
  • Small Front Pouch with Organizer
  • Adjustable Tripod Straps at Base
  • Padded Shoulder Straps & Waist Belt
  • Attached Rain Cover
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Model: 65

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The black Outrigger 65 DSLR Backpack from Ruggard holds a DSLR with a battery grip and an attached 70-200 f/2.8 lens as well as four additional lenses and two flashes. All of this is held within the main compartment of the bag between padded dividers. It also accommodates an iPad or similar sized tablet inside a padded zippered pocket on the front flap. The backpack features two tripod straps with quick-release buckles at the base and numerous interior and exterior pockets.

For carrying comfort, the back of the backpack is made from a breathable, small-mesh, padded material and features a padded shoulder harness. You can also carry the backpack using the nylon grip handle at the top. The backpack has a sternum strap and a hideaway waist strap. An attached rain cover for inclement weather can be hidden away at the base of the backpack.

Pockets

Front, exterior, zippered, padded pocket holds an iPad or similar sized 9.7" tablet
Small, exterior, front, zippered pouch has interior mesh slip pocket and an organizer that includes two slip pockets and three pen slots
Large, exterior, front, zippered pouch has two slip pockets, three touch-fastened memory card pockets, and a key leash
Two, exterior, expandable side pockets with a touch-fastened closure
Two, interior, large, zippered mesh pockets on front flap

Construction

Two, large, rigid, padded interior dividers and five small ones can create up to eight sections inside the main compartment
Elastic touch-fastened band inside main compartment secures larger lenses
Tough 600D polyester exterior and 200D polyester interior lining
Front, zippered flap opens all the way down for full access to main compartment
UPC: 847628572416
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Ruggard Outrigger 65 DSLR Backpack (Black)
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Ruggard Outrigger 65 specs

    Features Tablet Pocket
    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps, Waist Belt
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
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    Exterior Dimensions 12 x 16.5 x 12.5" / 30.5 x 42 x 26.7 cm
    Exterior Material Polyester
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior
    Interior Dimensions 11 x 15.5 x 7.25" / 28 x 39.4 x 18.4 cm
    Weight 2.7 lb / 1.2 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.0 x 11.0 x 8.5"

    Ruggard Outrigger 65 reviews

    Outrigger 65 DSLR Backpack (Black) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 197.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Bag is tough as Nails! I've owned this bag for 2yrs and have abused it on a regular basis. I shoot for stock and much of my work is done in natural settings which tend to be wet, dirty, and not generally conducive to keeping photo equipment in top notch shape. This bag has allowed me to keep my equipment pristine while offering enough versatility to allow me to carry two bodies and a plethora of lenses. It's also big enough to allow me to carry a 150-600mm telelphoto attached to the camera. I've carried it in the rain and snow without as much as a drop of H20 hitting my gear. It's also got a ton of storage space and additional pockets that allow you to stay out longer while shooting. I live out of this thing and it still looks like new.
    Date published: 2016-01-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great price, but not that comfortable If you aren't really short, this bag will ride up high on your back. It fits all of my stuff nicely, but it's not comfortable. You don't want to have this thing on your back for more than an hour. That said, it's one of the least expensive dslr backpacks out there. In short, if you're short, it'll probably be fine. If you are taller, then look around, as it's gets uncomortable and makes you look funny too. The straps that go around your waist and pectorals are cheap and don't add any support.
    Date published: 2015-01-11
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not very comfortable! The price is right, however, it is not very comfortable to wear. You would not be able to wear this backpack for very long because it sits very bottom heavy and low on the back no matter how you adjust the straps. It may be because the actual pack is short and deep and does not give any support on your back. It does not distribute the weight well and you will find yourself pulling down on the upper part of the shoulder straps. The load of the pack is not carried by the top of your shoulders, it is carried by the fronts, pulling back. The inside of the bag has plenty plenty of room and multiple compartments to store a lot of gear and misc. items.
    Date published: 2014-02-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good backpack do the price Holds everything I need it to. I have my 70-200mm lens in the center compartment because it simply doesn't fine anywhere else. The camera goes up top, and so far I haven't had any problems with things shifting around. The rain shield that folds up in a compartment rests on your lower back and can quickly cause pain if not folded up properly. That's an easy fix. Also, the 70-200mm rests directly against my back and also starts to hurt quickly, so I'll probably need to figure out a better way to store it. More padding would have helped with that immensely. Overall though, there are more than enough pockets and crannies to store everything I need.
    Date published: 2016-02-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great way to keep your gear handy! About 30 days ago I went on a corporate shoot in Spain and needed to keep the gear low profile. I was able to put 2 Sony 4K AX100's, chargers, 12 batteries, card holder, wireless mic setup, various cables and connectors in the pack and tie a mono-pod to the waist strap. I used it extensively for 8 days on the move around the country. The quality is excellent and the pack is well made. After completion of the project I have turned it into a gaffers bag that I keep mics, chargers, accessories, LED lights etc. I just ordered a 2nd for a friend.So far so good! No negatives at this point.
    Date published: 2016-02-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag; Well made. I have had this bag for about two weeks now and am really enjoying using it.� It seems to be well made, rugged and quite roomy.� I like the idea of the rain pouch for foul weather, as well as the overall construction.� I currently have a canon 6D MKii with vertical grip, canon 24-105L and 70-200 f4.0 lenses along with 2 additional lenses, and a canon 580 flash in the bag, with plenty of room to spare for another body, batteries memory cards etc.� All of this adds quite a bit of weight to the backpack but it is easy to put on and the weight is well distributed through out the bag, making it easy to wear for hours at a time without any difficulty. The backpack is well cushioned to support the gear I am carrying, and fits comfortably on the back.
    Date published: 2018-01-08
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money! This backpack came with the purchase of the D750. Looking at it now, online, I see it is inexpensive (read cheap!) and indeed it is. I've had it less than a year with moderate use and the stitching has come apart in two major areas, exposing the foam in between the material layers. Also, the zippers on the main compartment do not have tags to pull so if the zipper is opened all the way, it's really hard to retrieve the tab. Easily remedied with some nylon string. It was a decent pack until it started falling apart. Now I will spend some bucks and get a good one.
    Date published: 2015-05-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Nice Upgrade I needed to replace my cheapo camera bag I picked up when I first bought my Canon. I was shopping around at B&H and found several candidates. This one came up with the free shipping and a great price plus it had some good reviews. I don't have a full-size (yet) and it is nice and deep and could easily accommodate an FS with a battery pack on it. I have lots of room for my few lenses and other gear and some room for additions in the future. Seems to be well-constructed and lots of storage. I am sure it will hold up a lot better than my first on too. The only bad I would have to say is a lack of another trim color available since I am not a big fan of yellow.
    Date published: 2014-01-20
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