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Tenba Roadie Backpack 20"

Tenba Roadie Backpack 20"

Tenba Roadie Backpacks are built for protection, mobility, durability & worry-free transportation!

The Tenba Roadie Backpack 20 is a discreet camera bag that can fit 1-2 mirrorless or DSLR cameras (up to a Pro size with grip), 6-8 lenses (up to 400mm 2.8), or a Canon, RED, Sony cine camera with 3-5 lenses, with audio gear alongside a tripod, monopod or shotgun microphone, or a laptop up to 17 inches. At 51cm (20 inches) tall, it fits carry-on regulations for most international airlines, and can even fit a DJI Mavic or other compact drone. Like other Tenba bags, the dividers can be adjusted to suit your needs, while the front & side cargo pockets are perfect for personal accessories.

Across the top you’ll find butterfly flaps for quick access to critical components of your kit, or objects located inside the main compartment if you need to be stealthy & secure. When worn as a normal backpack, the main access is hidden behind your shoulder, preventing thieves from helping themselves to your precious cargo. The harness is expedition grade, giving you support while offering plenty of comfort when carrying on long journeys.

Like the Roadie Rollers, the backpacks are made of excellent materials. Foam laminated 1680D ballistic nylon exterior, matte coated YKK zippers, heavy duty Hypalon accessory loops, reinforced stress points & a coated bottom element that’s both water and abrasion resistant are some of the strong points of a Roadie Backpack 20”. With an included rain cover, these backpacks are great wherever you need to go, even if the terrain gets rocky, wet, sandy or rough.

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Tenba Roadie Backpack 20"

Tenba Roadie Backpacks are built for protection, mobility, durability & worry-free transportation!

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