SKU: GC76-634509

Tenba Car Case Tripak (CCT51)

Tenba Car Case Tripak (CCT51)

Interior walls lined with heavy-duty pack cloth, for surface protection and smooth movement of contents.

Wide 2-inch webbing, reinforced seams and stress points for strength and long-term durability.

Wide, unrestricted openings provided fast, easy access to contents. 1050 Denier Ballistic Nylon Exterior - tough as nails, water-and abrasion-resistant, yet lightweight, elegant and professional in appearance.

The finest hardware available, including massive #10 YKK zippers, welded steel D-rings, and more. Comfortable padded hand grip. Rigid enough to ship, light enough to carry on location.

Capacity: Grip equipment, tripods, light stands, backdrops, large collapsible light modifiers and accessories up to 129cm long. Tripeaks provide protection for your tripods, light stands, backgrounds, booms, and other outsized gear.

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Tenba Car Case Tripak (CCT51)

Interior walls lined with heavy-duty pack cloth, for surface protection and smooth movement of contents.

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