This is my 3rd photography bag and hands down has been the best by far, it’s been designed so ergonomically in a practical way that makes popping a lens out half way through your photography session from a backpack a breeze. Big thanks to AAB World for the gift, something worth reviewing.
The backpack came in just in time for my trip to Germany where I knew I’d be visiting the forest and trying to see what I can photograph. The backpack is packed with features (pun unintended), one of my favourites being there’s a dedicated storage that fits any laptop that’s 15 inches or less.
This really came in handy at the airport, instead of opening the backpack every time and going through everything to pull out my laptop, I would just unzip the laptop zipper and get it out in no time.
In terms of quality built, if felt very sturdy. After coming back, the backpack looks as if I have just bought it. It was built with a place for everything in mind, and offers customization storage options from the inside which are explained into further detail on the video below.
It comes with a magnetic latch for both protection from theft and so that you never open it by mistake and drop something valuable. When it rained during the trip, another feature came to light, the backpack was actually waterproof so you never need to worry about it when it’s raining, you should however, worry about your equipment when it’s heavily raining.
This is the first backpack I own with on-body access, where you don’t have to stop, put the bag down and open it up, get the stuff you need, change the lens, close it again and carry it. You just slide it while you’re still carrying it, unzip get the stuff and you’re done. It makes a big difference in speed and practically.
I could have done a video showcasing the details, but this guy does a great at showing everything there is to know about the Peak Design Every Day Backpack. Keeping in mind if you like the backpack but feel it’s a bit too small there’s also a 30L version.
You can purchase the Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L or 30L version through AAB’s website [here].
Bonus: Here are some of the photos I took during my forest adventures in Germany