Tenba Updates Its Shootout Backpacks

Tenba has updated its Shootout Collection of video and camera backpacks, designed to be tough in any weather condition.

Tenba’s Shootout is small enough to meet carry-on size limitations, but large enough to fit my most frag­ile and essen­tial items. Extremely comfortable, these backpacks are the no pain way to haul and protect electronic gear. Lightweight but sturdy, these backpacks are built for comfort even on the longest treks and with the heaviest loads.

A harness automatically adjusts to the broadest — or narrowest — of shoulders for a perfect fit. Rain, snow or sleet will not slow the user. Constructed from rugged water repellent materials, Shootout backpacks can handle the elements whether slogging through a rain forest or trekking through a snowstorm.

The Shootout Collection is designed to allow a camera to be accessed quickly through the Rear Access (14L & 16L) or Side Access (24L & 32L) door. Taking the pack off is not necessary.

The new backpacks are priced from $199.95.

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