Tenba Shows Axis Camera Bags

Born in New York, Tenba’s Axis bags are tough enough to withstand the rough and tumble of city streets and hardcore enough to get videographers to any location in the world.

Tenba said the tactical Axis packs were inspired by the ultra-durable bags the company has made for the military throughout its 40-year history. Built with uncompromising materials and hardware, like a specially-coated hydrophobic exterior, YKK zippers and clips and heavily reinforced stitching, Axis packs are made to survive extreme levels of weather and abuse.

MOLLE webbing allows limitless expandability with Tenba Tools, such as Lens Capsules, Battery Pouches and Memory Card Wallets, as well as a multitude of military-standard pouches and accessories.

A height-adjustable Airflow harness allows the packs to be customized to fit virtually any torso size. And a three-point camera access system ensures that the bag will suit any shooting style.

The Axis pack’s harness is easily adjustable to fit the wearer's height and comes with a removable hip belt for extra back support. The harness is also designed to let the air flow through to keep the user cool on sticky hot summer days.

Axis bags come in three sizes and range in price from $199.95 to $249.95. 

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