Get after it.
The DAKINE Quest Backpack is your new best friend on your never-ending mission to bag the most epic photos possible. Whether photography is a hobby or your livelihood, the Quest's dedicated storage compartments keep your SLR, lenses, and laptop protected and secure so you can focus on scoping angles (and convincing the talent to take one more crack at that triple-kink rail).
- Top load allows for easy packing at home and back-access means you can reach whatever you need without empty the contents of your bag into the snow
- The pre-curved internal framesheet keeps the padded back panel comfortable and Padded camera block allows for safe transport of your camera and expensive lenses; easily removable to use that pack as a standard gear hauler
- Lens compartments are customizable to fit odd-sized gear
- Separate top compartment keeps your smelly socks separate from your camera lenses
- Padded sleeve fits most 15-inch laptops
- Load compression straps help keep the weight manageable
- Included rain cover helps keep your gear protected
- Tripod carry system helps you carry your stationary gear
- Vertical board carry straps make it easy to carry your snowboard
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DAKINE Quest Backpack - 1710cu in
Best compromise I could find.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Protects & holds canon equip well (camera body w/24-70 zoom & hood in place, 70-200 f/2.8 II, extender or 3rd lens & misc pieces). Room in top for jacket & food, laptop, water btl. Tripod fits nice (full size Manfrotto). I carried 40lbs. Cons- waist support belt rides too high. I tucked it under my pants belt for comfort. Shoulder straps are well padded. Why no D-rings? Less bulky vs. Kata or Lowepro camera only bags.