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Mountainsmith Releases a Bag Collection for the Traveling Photographer


February 27, 2018 Briefings By
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Designed in collaboration with professional photographers Andy Mann and Keith Ladzinski, Mountainsmith’s new collection of adventure-oriented camera packs has been engineered to stand up to the rigors of travel through and between all seven continents.

The new line includes a bag for nearly every purpose that the traveling photographer might cook up: there’s the Borealis, which is built like a technical outdoor pack, the nimble, lumbar-style Swift FX for shorter trips, and then there’s the wheeled, carry-on compatible Boarding Pass FX, which contains a removable daypack called a camera pod. Mountainsmith constructed each bag with super-tough 610-denier Cordura ripstop fabric, a nylon liner and YKK zippers, so even if you don’t own a lens to occupy every padded compartment, you still have an exceptional all-purpose travel bag.

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