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Gura Gear Kiboko 22L+
Gura Gear Kiboko 22L+
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You spoke. Gura Gear listened. Introducing the Kiboko 22L+, the versatile photo backpack that you helped design.

The Kiboko 22L+ was designed from the blueprints that customers provided over the last couple of years while working out on Safari, touring southeast Asia, or simply shooting at home. Much like its more mature sibling, the Kiboko 22L+ is lightweight and durable, but this bag has a thing or two to teach big brother; like how to carry up to a 15" laptop. Sized to fit the most stringent of international carry on requirements without sacrificing carrying capacity; this gem can carry up to a 500mm f4.0 lens in style. The Kiboko 22L+ was made to travel with a beefed up harness system that features memory-foam shoulder straps, a vented and padded back panel, a removable waistbelt and shoulder straps that can tuck away when needed.

Remaining true to the Kiboko DNA, the 22L+ features a unique butterfly flap access system which allows you to easily get to multiple bodies, lenses, and all your photo accessories without exposing all your prized gear. Kiboko backpacks are made of high-tech materials designed to balance weight and durability. Used by some of the fastest sail boats in the world, VX-21 has a superior strength to weight ratio while remaining abrasion- and tear-resistant. It's expensive, but your gear is worth it.

Can the 22L+ accommodate big bodies with L-brackets like the Kiboko 30L? No. Because of the laptop compartment and the 9" depth requirement, the main compartment of the 22L+ is not as deep as the Kiboko 30L and cannot accommodate certain configurations like a body with a grip and an L-bracket. Will a Nikon D3x body fit? Yes, we've used dual bodies configured as shown in the photographs above, but we recommend placing the bodies along the center spine. Smaller bodies like the Canon 5D or Nikon D700 have no limitations.

What lenses will it fit? There is not much that won't fit. There are only three common focal lengths that are too big. The Canon and Nikon 400mm f2.8, 600mm f4.0, and Canon 800 f5.6 fit perfectly in the Kiboko 30L but not the 22L+.

Please see the Specifications tab below and download the instructional pdf for additional information.

*When ordering the combo deal some items may ship separately.

Item #: GG13-1
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Gura Gear Kiboko 22L+
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  • Customer driven design
  • Carries up to 15" laptop; some 17" also fit including the Macbook Pro 17"
  • Fits most DSLR bodies
  • Will accomodate up to 500mm f4.0
  • Unique butterfly-style opening
  • Made from high-tech, durable sail cloth material
  • Tripod attachment
  • Comfortable, fully-functional harness
  • Removable waist belt
  • International airline carry-on compliant
  • Removable rain cover
  • Exterior Dimensions: 14x18x9 inches (35.6 x 45.7 x 22.9 cm); 22 Liters useable
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3 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Bill
May 26, 2012
WONDERFUL design and construction - this bag is totally indestructible with the unique sail-cloth material. The depth is actually perfect and it DOES accommodate a pro body despite the specs saying it does not.

Advantages: Best lightweight backpack in its class
Laptop compartment
indestructible materials
SUPER light

Disadvantages: maybe a little pricey but you get what you pay for
Mary Doo
February 29, 2012
I think I have finally found the "last backpack I need to buy". I have had so many backpacks in the past, including Moose Peterson's MP3C and ThinkTankPhoto's "Airport Acceleration", but none is as complete, well-thought, and compact. I still love ThinkTank's "Airport International" but, for something I can carry a load of "heavy metals" on my back, this one sure is the best todate.

Advantages: * Compact - carries all the needed gear from two camera bodies, super-wide through long telephoto lenses, flash, and all the accessories I need.
* The end result is heavy but the design makes it comfortable while slung over my shoulders.
* Love how the belts and appendages can be nicely tucked away when not in use.


Disadvantages: Will think about it. :)
Lenka Gondova
November 1, 2011
I am surprised how little difference is in the depth of the smaller Kiboko / I have 30l as well/ even when there is the laptop compartment.

Advantages: Looks small for air transport but is big enough from inside !

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