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Shimoda Urban Explore 30

Shimoda Urban Explore 30

The 30L Urban Explore Backpack from Shimoda Designs was designed with urban content creators in mind and is ideal for your next travel adventure. The removable camera insert can accommodate non-gripped mirrorless and DSLR cameras. Interior dividers help keep your gear organized and protected. Interior organizer pockets keep your phone, batteries, and cables secure. Designated exterior side pockets hold a water bottle or a tripod, and there are adjustable straps to hold your tripod in place. Carry the pack with the side and top retractable handles or the base handle. Wear it using the backpack straps or attach it to your rolling luggage with the trolley sleeve.

The included camera insert keeps your gear organized and protected.

This pack offers rear and side access options. The side opening is ideal for quick, under-arm access without removing your pack, and the anti-theft rear opening allows for unobstructed access to the bulk of your gear.

An internal frame gives your pack structure.

A premium webbing base handle plus retractable side and top handles offer convenient carry options.

Dedicated strip on the harness allows for height-adjustable mounting of a Capture Clip.

Routing for a mobile battery charger lets you charge your devices on the go.

A luggage handle pass-through on the rear lets you attach the pack to the handle of your roller luggage for seamless travel.

Safely stow your passport in the hidden passport pocket.

Discreetly place an AirTag in the designated sleeve for enhanced security.

The air mesh harness provides increased comfort.

Key Features:

Holds 2 Cameras and 6 Lenses

Recycled Cordura Shell

5 Interior Organizer Pockets

Stowaway Tripod Straps

Side and Rear Access

Tripod/Water Bottle Pockets

Side and Top Retractable Handles

Hidden Passport Pocket, Charge Port

Magnetic Sternum Clip

Camera Insert, Rain Cover

What's in the Box:

Shimoda Urban Explore 30

Camera Insert

Set of Interior Dividers

Rain Cover

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Product Overview

Shimoda Urban Explore 30

The 30L Urban Explore Backpack from Shimoda Designs was designed with urban content creators in mind and is ideal for your next travel adventure. The removable camera insert can accommodate non-gripped mirrorless and DSLR cameras. Interior dividers help keep your gear organized and protected. Interior organizer pockets keep your phone, batteries, and cables secure. Designated exterior side pockets hold a water bottle or a tripod, and there are adjustable straps to hold your tripod in place. Carry the pack with the side and top retractable handles or the base handle. Wear it using the backpack straps or attach it to your rolling luggage with the trolley sleeve.

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