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A full-sized yet compact, black and gunmetal colored Mild Enthusiast Large Sling Pack from Crumpler is a lightweight, configurable, camera carrier that keeps your equipment ready for instant grab-and-shoot access. Inside, its plush padded interior, it holds a professional DLSR body and an additional 2 or 3 lenses. You can also unload the internal dividers and load your pro DSLR camera with 70 to 200mm lens attached.
Seven Storage Zones
Twin gripper zippered photo compartment
Zippered full width photo compartment front pocket
Three rear photo compartment stuff pockets
Rear external zippered slip pocket for an 11' (279.4mm) MacBook Air laptop or iPad
Elasticized front accessory loops
The padded, brushed nylon photo compartment includes 2 adhesive strap fastening dividers, so you can configure the space to suit your needs.
Whether in use or just resting on the ground mode, the gusseted photo compartment flap opens like a clamshell to prevent your gear from accidentally unpacking itself.
Wide, Adjustable Length Strap with Detachable Shoulder Pad
The 1.9" (50.0mm) wide strap and detachable air mesh paneled shoulder pad help distribute weight evenly across your back and shoulders. And the low profile, extra strong, Quick2Flick buckle lets you instantly raise or lower the pack.
The twin grippers on the photo compartment zipper feature padlock loops, allowing you to secure your equipment whenever you wish.
The pack's exterior is made from water-resistant materials.
In the Box
Crumpler Mild Enthusiast Large Sling Pack (Black & Gunmetal)
Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Dimensions (W x H x D)
20.2 x 8.6 x 7.4" (51.3 x 21.8 x 18.7 cm)
701 cu. in. (11.5 liters)
1.54 lb (0.69 kg)
Crumpler Mild Enthusiast Large Sling Pack (Black & Gunmetal) Review