R3 999,

Getaway (South Africa) - - On Track -

It looks like an or­di­nary back­pack, but this roll­top, wa­ter-re­sis­tant back­pack is ac­tu­ally a clev­erly de­signed cam­era bag that can fit a mid-range DSLR cam­era with two lenses, a flash, a lap­top and an overnight sup­ply of cloth­ing. We liked that the cam­era gear is ac­cessed from the side, which meant we didn’t have to dig around, but even more im­pres­sive to us was the Covert’s adapt­abil­ity (a fea­ture that Thule back­packs ex­cel in). The DSLR insert can be re­moved if you want to use the bag’s full ca­pac­ity as a week­ender pack, or just the cam­era padding can be re­moved, which gives you a twocom­part­ment day­pack. A high­vis­i­bil­ity in­te­rior lin­ing makes it easy to lo­cate smaller ac­ces­sories and there are mul­ti­ple tri­pod car­ry­ing op­tions. As with all Thule bags we’ve tested, the build-qual­ity is ex­em­plary – it’s a bag that’s made to last.


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