August 17, 2007

Tenba new Shootout Backpack Bags

Tenba adds new Backpacks to “Shootout” collection
Tenba has added two new backpacks to its popular Shootout collection of professional outdoor photo/imaging bags. The first is a Daypack which offers an expandable outer compartment that adds 246 square inches of storage space, and the second is a medium-sized Rolling Backpack.
The new Shootout Daypack is a compact, lightweight photo backpack that features Tenba’s exclusive new PackOUT compartment—a rear panel which expands to provide over 240 additional cubic inches of “soft” storage space for lighter and non-fragile items like clothing, snacks, first aid supplies, etc.
The New Rolling Backpack is a scaled-down version of Tenba’s popular Large Rolling Backpack. The new size meets most airline carry-on requirements, and will accommodate large D-SLR and medium format camera systems, lenses up to 300mm f/2.8, along with most laptops up to 15 inch screen size. Unlike many rolling backpacks, Tenba’s models feature a full-sized, fully-padded, expedition-type belt. And when converted from rolling case to backpack, the wheels are completely covered by a padded panel for carrying comfort.
Both the Daypack and Medium Rolling Backpack share many of the features of Tenba’s other Shootout backpacks, including fully-adjustable, well-padded interiors, movable/removable media and accessory pouches, weather-sealed zippers, the fast-deploying WeatherWrap auxiliary protection cover, and much more. The large, padded side cargo pockets feature interior panels that can be moved to convert the space from cargo pocket to pass-through interior hatches. These “QuickAccess” pockets allow fast, easy retrieval of a lens or accessory without having to fully remove or open the entire pack.
Shootout Backpacks are made of lightweight but tough dobby and ripstop nylons, available in either black with olive trim or silver with black trim.
The Dual Purpose Daypack has a list (MSRP) price of $246, and the Medium Rolling Backpack is $320.
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