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The Naturescapes store has been very good to purchase items I need from time to time. And only the top quality merchandise is sold to us customers. Thank You.
I appreciate the added benefit of the buySafe Guarantee. Confident in the knowledge that I will suffer no loss in whatever case. This is especially comforting since I purchased a Gura Gear Kiboko Backpack the King of all backpacks. But I do thank you providing this protection to me at no additional expense. NatureScapes is the only online store I shop with that does offer this welcome guarantee. A very satisfied customer!
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Gura Gear Kiboko 22L+
Average customer rating:
3 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
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
Disadvantages: maybe a little pricey but you get what you pay for
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. :)