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Why Gura Gear’s Kiboko Backpack is the Best DSLR Camera Bag

I typically don’t write entire posts about a single product but when I find something I really love and use I like to share. Hence, my wet kiss below for the Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 DSLR backpack. (I know what you’re thinking but this is not sponsored.)

Finding the Gura Gear Kiboko DSLR Backpack

Years ago, I needed a decent camera bag for a big trip.

One night, I was looking at wildlife images online and I came across a video of professional wildlife photographer Andy Biggs, talking about a bag he helped to design under the Gura Gear label. The Kiboko 22L.

It looked awesome, very streamline and sexy looking. That caught my attention. It was made of lightweight nylon and far less bulky than bags I’d looked at before.

It was perfect but pricey so I held off. Two days later after the bag haunted my dreams (You know how that is, right?), I bought it and have used it religiously for years.

Gura Gear Kiboko 2.0 Backpack

The Kiboko 22L ($329.00) is awesome. It has everything I love in the old bag but with a few great tweaks.

It has butterfly dual-flap openings for easy retrieval and protection (meaning the gear in the side you don’t open isn’t exposed to the elements); two zippered external and internal pockets; two mesh side pockets with fasteners for water bottles, tripod or monopod; nicely padded shoulder strapsan attached rain cover; a wealth of padded dividers for endless configurations, and padded top and side handles. 

This bag is light at 3.7 lbs and the 15″ laptop pocket is on the side for easy retrieval. There’s also a handy-dandy clip that holds the butterfly wings open for packing.

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