Think Tank Retrospective line
Think Tank Photo has released the Retrospective 5 Leather, 7 Leather and 30 Leather shoulder bags for video and photographic equipment.
Maintaining the Think Tank Retrospective line’s casual, form-fitting design, the new Dual Cross buckle on the front flap provides an extra measure of security. The new shoulder bags are designed to hold tablets and laptops in dedicated zipper pockets.
The Retrospective Leather 5 holds an eight-inch tablet; the Retrospective Leather 7 holds a 10-inch tablet or 11-inch laptop; and the Retrospective Leather 30 holds a 10-inch tablet or 11-inch laptop.
The bags have high quality YKK zippers, metal hardware, leather accents and a premium build. Each has an adjustable cushioned nonslip shoulder strap for all day comfort and an easily accessible front organizer with key tether.
They include stiffened, padded removable dividers, inner zippered pocket for important documents, a removable carrying handle for grab and go convenience and a business card slot under the front flap for identification. A webbing attachment points to accommodate modular pouches and seam-sealed rain cover is included.
The all-fabric exterior is treated with durable water resistant coating while the fabric underside is coated with polyurethane for water resistance, full-grain Dakota leather, sand-washed 100 percent cotton canvas, antique plated metal hardware, high quality YKK zippers, polyspun and nylon webbing and three-ply bonded nylon thread.
The interior features 210D silver-toned nylon, polyurethane-backed Velex liner and dividers, closed-cell foam and reinforced PE board dividers, 2x polyurethane coated nylon 210T seam-sealed taffeta rain cover, nylon binding and three-ply bonded nylon thread.
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