Review of the Moment Traveler (MTW) Collection which includes a versatile camera / edc backpack, Tote, and a few organizer pouches. Each of the items in the collection looks and feels great and includes some thoughtfully laid out organization to create versatile ecosystem of accessories for all of your tech and edc needs.
Review of the Instinct Pro Camera Sling which is a versatile minimal everyday carry bag that has a great build quality, multiple ways to carry, plenty of space, and a useful organizational layout.
Review of the Brevite Jumper which is a versatile camera and edc bag that offers a classic aesthetic and a flexible organizational layout. If you are looking for a camera bag that doesn’t look like a camera bag, this will be a great one to check out!
Review of the Brevite Roamer II which is a great follow up to the original Roamer backpack and offers a ton of features and versatility that make this a great camera and everyday carry backpack. The Roamer II has an improved and comfortable harness system, plenty of organizational options for your camera gear and tech and a nice size that provides plenty of space without looking too big.
Review of the Peter McKinnon and Nomatic Camera Travel Pack which is a premium and versatile camera and travel backpack that has tons of great features. It has an awesome build quality, great weather resistance, a really comfortable harness system, plenty of space and some interesting and configurable storage options. On top of that the bag comes with a unique ecosystem of accessories that integrate well with the bag to make it even more useful for anyone that has to carry a lot of different camera gear.
Review of the Boundary Supply Prima System, which I have been curious to try ever since I saw their kickstarter video and their focus on modular accessories and organization! The Prima System bag and accessories are really well thought out and work very well together, the comfort and build quality of the bag are great, and the amount of features you get for the price is really impressive. Definitely enjoyed testing this out and I think it is a great option as a daily / camera bag
Review of the Boundary Supply Errant Backpack which has been an incredibly useful, durable, and great looking EDC bag. It should be no surprise that the Errant has an impressive array of features, comfort, and quality and is a worthy follow up to the Boundary Supply Prima system and an awesome introduction into the world of modular bags.
Review of the Peak Design Everyday Backpack Zip which is a durable and versatile EDC and camera backpack that has a great build quality, tons of options for organizing your stuff, and a modern aesthetic, but leaves a little to be desired in a few key areas.
Review of the Wandrd Duo Daypack which is a versatile and durable EDC bag with a sleek look, some great organizational options, and some great unique features such as a pop up camera cube and infinite zipper system that provide easy access to any area of the bag.
I have been rocking an Incase Campus Pack for a few years now and I have absolutely loved using the bag everyday. It is still alive and well, but it is starting to look a little worn so I decided to start looking for my next everyday bag. the Incase Reform Action Camera Bag immediately caught my eye due to its size and the amount of different pockets/organizational options that it seemed to offer so I decided to try it out. Below I have included some of the pros and cons that I noticed as I was testing the bag out.
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