Carrying this bag is no-sweat. The Clik-Elite Cloudscape Backpack ($145) is designed to allow the outdoor photographer to be prepared and comfortable on their adventurous photography missions. It’s packed with useful features such as a hydration compartment that fits an optional 3.0 Liter bladder essential for active users and an ice axe or tripod portal with tuck-away attachment cords. The bag has an interior “Marsupial” lens pouch with adjustable dividers that protects lenses, flashes, and other photo gear. The bag has a breathable harness that consists of; padded, breathable shoulder straps that provide all-day comfort with additional support from an adjustable sternum strap. A breathable back panel vents heat and moisture and a breathable, padded waist belt with bi-directional buckle comfortably cradles hips and keeps the wearer cool.
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K eep your cards close to your chest. The Clik Elite SLR Telephoto Chest Pack ($125) is designed to hug your body to ensure intense freedom of movement while still keeping your camera at your fingertips. The bag has a padded camera bay that is designed to protect a pro-body digital SLR camera with battery grip and up to a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens with a wide-mouth hatch that opens away from the body for easy access. The pack is made from 1680 denier ballistic nylon and 420 denier high-tenacity nylon trim with a fully lined and taped interior. There is an accessory pocket on the top that organizes batteries, memory cards, and small accessories, and side pockets that can stow lens caps and other quick-access items. It is carried by a 4-point sport harness for active mobility that fits comfortably under a traditional backpack. It also has a comfort-molded back panel that resists snow and dirt, vents heat and moisture and a belt-compatible back panel that allows webbing or belt to slide through at just the right position for best stability.
A belt pack for hours of on-the-trail use and abuse. Clik Elite’s Seeker Waist Pack is intended for the photographers who spend a lot of time shooting on the trail. The bag features a specialized back panel that provides supportive rigidity while still contouring to your back while corrugated channels increase air circulation, venting heat and moisture. Breathable, padded waist belt with bidirectional buckle comfortably distributes weight on the hips and keeps you cool during prolonged activity. An internal flexible “Marsupial” camera pouch with adjustable dividers keeps your gear protected and organized inside the main compartment.
Looking for a full-featured back-country ski and climbing pack that is able to carry your camera gear as well? Then try out Clik Elite’s Contrejour 35 ($339) adventure backpack. Intended for the serious outdoor photographers who hike, climb or ski their way to photo shoots. The bag’s high-tech harness system and roomy interior allow you to carry plenty of winter gear such as clothing, food, shovel, axe and probe in addition to your skis, board or tripod. For your camera gear, the bag features a padded internal “Cradle Zone” camera bay which is accessible through the back-panel, protecting contents from snow and dirt.