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  KEY FEATURES
  • Vertically thin design with contoured curved top
  • Unisex harness 
  • Air channel on back of the bag
  • Monopod/tripod mounting system

GEAR PROFILE

  • Holds a gripped DSLR with 70 200 f/2.8 attached and hood in position ready to shoot and 24 additional lenses
  • Holds most 400mm f/2.8 lenses with a gripped DSLR camera body attached
    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
    • Interior Dimensions: 9.5” W x 16.5” H x 7”D (24 x 42 x 18 cm)
      Exterior Dimensions: 10”W x 17.5” H x 7.5” D (25 x 45 x 19 cm)
    • Weight: 2.6 – 3.4 lbs (1.2–1.5 kg)

    MATERIALS

    Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric has a durable water-repellent (DWR) coating, plus fabric underside has a polyurethane coating. It's also constructed with YKK® RC Fuse (abrasion-resistant) zippers, 1680D ballistic nylon bottom panel, 420D velocity nylon, 550D polyester, 3D air mesh, ultra stretch pockets, Y-buckles, antique nickel-plated metal hardware, nylon webbing, 3-ply bonded nylon thread. 

    Interior: Removable closed cell foam dividers, 210D silver-toned nylon, polyurethane backed velex liner, 2x polyurethane coated nylon 210T seam-sealed rain cover, clear mesh pockets, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

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    Features:
    Feature #1 Vertically thin design with contoured curved top
    Feature #2 Holds most 400 f2.8 lenses with a pro size DSLR camera body attached (compare dimensions of your camera and lens with backpack dimensions in overview tab)
    Feature #3 Holds pro size DSLR and 70-200 2.8 attached; lens hood can also remain attached in shooting position
    Nikon Gear Shot Nikon D700 attached to the 24-70 f/2.8. 50 f/1.8, SB-900, Nikon D7000 body, charger, 135 f/2 DC, 105 f/2.8 Micro, two Pocket Wizard Plus II, 14-24 f/2.8
    Feature #4 Bottom front pocket can be used to carry a tripod or monopod (accessory straps included)
    Feature #5 A pop out tripod cup is built in for carrying a larger tripod
    Feature #6 Pro Speed Belt (sold separately) can be attached for carrying Modular, Skin or Multimedia components, to keep gear easily accessible
    Feature #7 Airflow channel with breathable mesh liner keeps the back cool while wearing the backpack
    Feature #8 Removable seam-sealed rain cover
    Feature #9 Upper organizer pocket for pens, memory cards, passports, and more
    Feature #10 A zippered side pocket with an outer stretchable pocket are on both sides of the backpack
    Feature #11 Removable webbing waist belt detaches easily
    Feature #12 Shoulder harness pockets, D Rings, and sternum strap
    Feature #13 Clear business card holder for quick identification
    Feature #14 Compatible with Camera Support Straps (sold separately)
    Feature #15 Lockable YKK zipper sliders (padlock not included)

    Overall Product Rating:     

    I use this bag daily now. I am able to fit my 1D Mark III or 5D Mark II with the 70-200 attached, 24-70, 16-35, 135 and a flash comfortably in this bag. If I dont need the 16-35 and 24-70, I can take my 35 or 85. This bag fits 4 lenses plus a flash easily. The size of the bag is very manageable. I love the size zipper pockets, as well as the sleeve to carry a water bottle. I have not attached my tripod or monopod yet, but the straps included are nice and sturdy. This bag is by far my most favorite backpack to use.

    Holds D700 w/24-70, D300 w/70-200 VR, and room for a couple primes, filters, batteries, etc. Agree with other reviewer on all points. I Also have the smaller one, perfect size too, use both bags increasingly more, my 3 Crumplers are feeling neglected.

    Fantastico. Mai zaino fu più azzeccato. Nei trekking australiani è stato il mio fedele compagno di avventura per tutta la mia attrezzatura.

    Big strong bag, much thicker/deeper than you'd expect [i.e. it is not slim by any stretch of the imagination, it's one of the thickest backpacks I've ever seen]. Carries a lot, but the space is not v. efficiently used. Take care if used with a tripod, as it can become very unwieldy. Ergonomically rather poor, found it v. uncomfortable when fully loaded - the weight's just too high on your back. Has to be almost completely opened to remove most gear - which means laying it down somewhere. A good bag to get lots of gear from A to B, a rather poor bag to shoot out of.

    Tight fit for Nikon D3 + 400/2.8. Bag hight is 42cm, 44-45cm is better. Nikon 400/2.8 is 2cm longer than Canon's.( all without shade and cover.) Qiu,Beijing/China.

    Great design. Holds two bodies with lens. For my setup: a 7D with 70-200 lens and a 5DMKII with 24-105 lens. Even with two bodies, backpack still has room for additional lens (such as 17TS and 16-35 as well as 1.4x converter) and misc gear. Front or side pockets hold grad ND filters. Very well built and comfortable.

    This is the best backpack I have ever used. The padding is thick enough that you won't feel tired after carrying it for whole day. It holds my D200, 80-200, 18-200, 12-24, 90, 50, 35 well throughout my 16 days trip in New Zealand.

    This bag has more space than what seems apparent at first sight when not opened. I managed to fit d700 with 70-200 hood reversed, 24-70 with hood in another space, 70-300, 18-35, 50/1.8, vivitar 285, enelop charger, enel3e charger, MBD10 enel3e holder, sekonic L758DR in own pack, filters/polarizers, batteries/cables/card-readers/flash accessories etc. and still had space for a D300s body on top of the d700+70-200 with a horizontal padding dividing the space vertically in two floors. After all this the bag is HEAVY, but at least I am able to plonk it on the back seat of my car and know my gear's with me and safe. I would not hike with so much gear though. For that I have a holster. If you need a base-camp solution, try the hard-drive version, it has more internal space plus carries a laptop. I am waiting for when I have big exotic lenses, then I'll pick up the Airport Acceleration equivalent of the time.

    I absolutely LOVE this backpack. The designers at Think Tank seem to have covered all of the bases when they created this one. I've used it for 3 weeks now and have yet to find one thing I don't like about it. Thank you for creating such a wonderful backpack.

    I can use this for my 4x5 view camera or my SLRs with everything I need for either. Lenses, film backs, dark cloth, changing bag, everything. I used to lug around several bags now I only need one.

    The day i purchased this bag is the day my relationship with Lowepro ended. What a great bag, I'm carrying my 1D MK3, 24-70, 70-200, 16-35 (all with hoods), 580 EX, various accessories, and filters with no problems. Bag is deep, no complaints, bravo Think Tank. I've seen your product line grow and am please with your results.

    I bought this backpack partially because of how much I love my Speed Freak bag. The backpack has the same excellent build quality, and it does hold a lot of equipment.....however it is VERY lacking in design. It is extremely bulky and rides very high up on your bag. It was obviously NOT designed by anyone that knows anything about a true backpack. They should ride LOW and carry the bulk of the weight on your hips. This bag has a crappy aftertought of a waist belt that doesnt even reach my waist.....so all the weight is pulling down from a high spot on my shoulders. Not good for the back....

    When i placed order for this bag, i am a little hesitate on Think Tank due to its pricing is a little higher than similar range of products in my country. I pack this bag with all my gears and went for 10 days overseas trip. During the trip, i was amazed about the user experience comparing to my previous bag. The design is just nice where it is very convenience to walk in crowded place, The shoulder pad design help to hold the weight and give proper back support, which i am surprise to note that my shoulder and back is still OK at the end of 10 days journey,this is not the case with my previous bag. In addition, i find the mounting straps for tripod is so creative where i can mount my short tripod on the left, right and the back of the bag. It can also tie the tripod bag that contains tripod all together. Also i have tried the camera mounting straps, this is another wonderful where it helps to transfer the camera weight from the neck to the shoulders via the bag. In conclusion, I am happy with every aspect of this bag and a big thumb up for ThinkTank.

    I have used this backpack for several months now as my extreme location bag. I have climbed up to a 5.10 grade climb with it on my back comfortably loaded with camera gear, monopod and extra climbing gear at the same time. It has a perfect profile for staying out of the way while lead climbing up the side of a mountain. I love that I can clip my camera right to the straps and the top carrying handle is haul strength ready. I Love this backpack for short overnight trips also where I pack my photo gear and extra clothing in one bag. It has seen some serious abuse and doesn't show any signs of wear! OUTSTANDING! Ralph Auletta

    Nearly flawless! I looked at many bags to carry large lenses, etc. including Lowepro and Tamrac. This bag's quality substantially surprasses any other bag I considered. It has a sturdy handle for carrying heavy equipment, and easily carries my D7000 with 300mm f4 attached along with plenty of other lenses and accessories. I wish it had loops to attach additional compartments on the sides, but other than that, this bag has everything and is built to last!

    Bravo! It managed to hold my EOS 50D with grip + 17-40 f/4 + 135 f/2 + 50 f/1.4 + 580 EXII + 3 ND filters and other accessories. The best part is, it hold my 25inch tripod perfectly, either on lower pocket or extended tripod pocket. Nic.Teh from Singapore.

    I am able to store my D700 with a 300mm 2.8 lens and lens cover attached. Room as well for my 70-200 2.8. Very well made. Aggressive velcro. Comfortable even with this equipment inside.

    I've been using this backpack for over 6 months usually with D700,TC 20E attached to the 70-200, SB900, diffuser, filters, cords and bracket, Gitzo mountaineer, rain gear and a pullover. I've been using it with the TT belt and several skins. Once the belt is pulled snug, the backpack feels almost weightless. I placed a caribiner on the top handle and use it to suspend the backpack from the tripod to keep it off muddy, wet ground and give me access to the inner pockets usually for flash accessories. I would like to see a wider model.

    You see ads for backpacks with tons of pockets with lenses in them, then you go look at the actual bag and those lenses in the ad must be really tiny as the pockets are so small. With this bag the pockets hold Canon L lenses with shades attached. Better yet with a body and 4 lenses including a 2.8 70-200 it weighs only 17 pounds. I have a Think Tank International roller bag also and almost did not make a flight out of Hawaii because the total weight was 28 pounds so Hawaiian Airlines wanted me to check it as their limit for carry-on seems to be 25 lbs. At least sometimes as they did not check the same bag on the way over. Now I weigh my bag before leaving and this baby is very light which means more gear gets to go. While I love my roller there are places in this world where they just don't roll. Dale in Portland

    I bought the Streetwalker Pro because it’s small enough to be considered a “personal item” on British Airlines and it holds a ton of gear. The bag really looks small on the outside. It’s light and the pockets make a lot of sense. Best of all, it swallows a Canon 400mm 2.8 w/hood and cover plus 2 non-attached 1D bodies a TC and a 580 EX with room for some small items in the outside pockets. Bag isn’t the most comfortable in the world with 25 pounds of gear, but I don’t plan on working out of it. It’s mostly to get gear through airports and into stadiums.

    This is simply the best backpack that I've ever used, period. The bag can hold my D3s, D200, 24-70 2.8, 70-200 2.8, AFS 105 VR, AFS 60, SB-800 x 1, spare batteries, 8 CF cards, one Magic Cam and a GPS unit. That's a lot! Apart from its large capacity, it works very with ThinkTank speed belt system (which is the first ThinkTank product I bought). The two D-rings also provides excllent support for my cameras (I can do whole day hiking without any pain on the neck). After using 4 backpacks, this backpack (the 5th one) is the one I like most. I did't realize its potential when I bought it, but then I love it more and more as I use the bag more. Wonderful backpack. Thank you for the great work ThinkTank!

    I bought the StreetWalker Pro about 2 weeks ago with a Pro Speed belt and some skin components. Already used them for some jobs and the combination is simply the best i have seen or used! AWESOME Backpack! Very small and slim design with the perfect amount of padding. I was able to fit: D300, D60, 17-55, 12-24, 50G, 105DC, 2xSB800, SB600, the Pro Speed belt, Skin Strobe, Skin ChimpCage and some other accessories with room to spare. From now on only ThinkTank for me!

    I just got this bag. Its small but BIG! Will hold a lot. I waited too long to get this bag!

    The Streetwalker Pro is unreal stacked for storage and compatibility for all of your gear needs. I use two bodies and 4 lenses easily. All of the external compartments/ nook and crannies are extremely useful for pens, papers, maps, sd, blah blah blah. Over all a great bag!

    Just bought it for a week to replace the 5 years old CompuTreller AW. I want a slimmer backpack for daily transport of the 5D MkII, 2-3 lens with flash. It is also just nice to carry the 500mm F4 with one flash and the body for bird shooting.

    I absolutely LOVE this bag! It's compact and light enough for me to carry plenty of gear on a good day-hike without breaking the back. It's a tight squeeze, but I can load a D3 w/ 200-400VR, plus have room for a couple other lenses, a flash, and lots of accessories!

    Quite simply the best backpack I have ever used and I;ve had a few makes - expensive ones that are still brand new as I am unable to use them. I'm so taken with this bag that I'm ordering a second one now in case this product or its design disappears or is altered! I fit a pro camera (not attached) and a 500 prime, plus 105 macro and a wide angle plus other bits and bobs. It all disappears inside and then becomes un-obvious to the casual glance that I am carrying that amount of equipment! Its heavy yes - but once its on my back and strapped on the weight disappears - its dimensions are spot on for me - deep in depth, slim in width - fits my back and tapered towards the top stops it from catching when walking and ducking low branches and undergrowth. Its simply the best on the market in my opinion and I am now going to order a second one and put it away for when the current one is worn out!!!

    This pack is great for my 7d, 500 f/4 detatched, plus teleconverters. It has quite a bit of depth and it is very lightweight. The slope at the top of the bag doesnt make sense though.

    This is my third TT bag and it is Just the right size for me. Any bigger and the others get to heavy. What I need fits in the bag!

    Looking for a run and gun bag? This one ticked all the boxes. Light weight, robust with enough depth and padding. I've an AF100 video camera, NTG2 Top Mic, Red Rock run and Gun rig, 2 main Lenses and an Atomos ninja + batteries stored away in this tardis of a bag - Simply awesome!

    I am very satisfied with the Street Walker Pro. At least a backpack that holds your gear comfortably and is not to big. Two things however I would like to mention. The D rings are to high on the shoulder straps and the side pockets should be a little more expandable. Otherwise for me this would almost be the perfect bag

    Great bag fit all of my lenses and 2 camera bodies 1 digital D200 and one film F80 Thanks

    Great bag for my Pentax 645D. Holds a body and numerous lenses. High grade construction. Well thought out bag with back ventilation, lumbar pad and numeorus small feature pockets. Have 3 other TT bags...all are fantastic!

    As a photojournalist and news reporter, I have had to do numerous assignments and the bag has accompanied me through it all, rain or shine. I like how I can work live reporting assignments for Facebook and Twitter with ease. This is what I put in it - Canon 60D with 18-200 attached 11-16 lens 50 lens 70-200 lens 580 EX II Canon S95 as well as other accessories and tools like a portable phone battery and all… My main objective when I reach a breaking news scene is to take out my camera (which has a BlackRapid strap) and sling it over my shoulder. Then I plug my phone into the long cable for the 4000 mAh battery charger. That lets me send back a stream of Eye-Fi photos and information as things happen. At other assignments like a video assignment, I can fit my XA10 into the place I put the 70-200. I also put in a Rode VMP and strap on a tripod. The only downside of a backpack design is that you cannot remove things while the bag is standing. (With the exception of the Shapeshifter, if I am not wrong) You must lay the Streetwalker down to put things in and remove stuff, or your camera and lenses can just fall out like books off a shelf. (A terrifying sight) But then again, most of the time while shooting, your camera is already out of the bag… All in all, I've used the Streetwalker Pro for about 4 months now and I absolutely love the bag. It is one of the best camera backpacks I have used.

    I just purchased this bag and can't wait to try it out. I can get my D700 with grip and 24-70mm attached. 70-200mm 2.8,14-24mm 2.8 and an 85mm 1.8, SB900 all tucked in nice and safe.

    By far the best backpack money can buy. I use mine to carry a 4x5 Speed Graphic, 4 lenses and 6 film holders. Plus filters, meter, etc. I've had mine for 2 years now and will get a 2nd when I finish my RZ67 kit. And it rides nice and high on your shoulders they way a good bag should.

    if i'm walking in the woods or the city this is the one for me.I own four Think tank bags now and i'm happy with all of them. Always the best quality both materials and workmanship.

    I bought this bag while in Hawaii since the Lowepro bag I brought with me ripped. I really wanted the Street walker harddrive but the store only had the pro. This bag carried verything I had except the second body and lens. Even fully loaded it was a pleasure to carry all over Hawaii and even fit in the over head compartment. This bag beats all my otehr bags.

    I bought this bag while on vacation in Maui because the previous shoulder bag ripped while on vacation and this was all they had. this bag carried everything I had except the second body with lens. I had a Nikon D80 with 18-70, 70-300, a Sigma 10-20, SB-800 flash, 50/f1.8, a 28/f2.8 af3 memory card holders with 12 cards, 4 batteries, pouch with battery charger, cords for iphone and ipad, camera adapter for ipad, small travel tripod. The D70s and 28-105 af-d lens was in a Holster 20. All this equipment carried very comfortably

    Bonjour, je suis photographe de sport et j'ai beaucoup de matériel photographique à transporter. Le sac "Streetwalker Pro" fut une révélation pour moi. J'ai acheté plus autres sacs comme LowePro, Kata et la robustesse n'y étaient pas. Entièrement satisfait et je le recommande à tous sans aucune hésitation. Michel Guillemette

    I have owned many backpacks and this one is easily the best. I carry 2 DSLR bodies, 70-200, 11-16, 35 /f2.8, and 2 black rapid straps. I also carry a rocket blower. The second camera body can be stored in the depth direction with either of the shorted lenses installed. The x,y,z dimensions of the bag are perfect for me. The other thing I like about the bag are the zippers. The bag has the nicest zippers I have every used. They never get caught and always operate smoothly and turn the corners without any extra effort. I am no longer searching for the perfect camera bag.

    Just got my bag and it's better than I expected. Very well constructed, fits tightly as a backpack and the waist belt takes the load off the shoulders. Perfectly fits my Nikon full frame, with 70-200 lens and two other lenses with lens hoods attached. enough room for a large flash and space for extra filters. It also accommodates a 28" tripod perfectly. I've looked and looked for a case like this. It's probably good for a long day hike, but it only has room for two 12 oz water bottles or one bottle and a small lunch.
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