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Proper Roady 2000


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proper roady 2000
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.If photography is your passion you are constantly on the lookout for the perfect moment, you want to get everything right - the scene, your subject, your camera, the right choice of lens and your camera bag.
With all this in mind, we have expanded the popular Proper Roady collection with a range of camera bags. All Proper Roady Photo bags were developed to carry your loyal camera companion and accessories so that you are at the ready to capture the perfect moment.
All bags are made of rugged 1000d Chicken Tex nylon and protect your camera from the dangers of the urban jungle. It does not matter whether you are exploring the city, its hidden corners or are out in the nature, there is the right bag for your compact camera, bridge camera or SLR along with lenses and tripod. This range of highly functional bags with minimalistic design has an option for every occasion.

The Proper Roady 2000 is a compact top-loader shoulder bag that you can entrust with your bridge or system camera plus an extra lens. Air mesh padding keeps you comfortable and exterior pockets on the back and front (under the flap) keep you from fumbling about looking for things. Configure the internal dividers to best suit your kit and adjust the shoulder strap to fit you best.


1000d Chicken Tex Supreme™ Nylon, Soft protective Nylex lining, Waterproof Ripstop liningAir mesh padded backside, Carry handle, External zip back pocketLove Handles for strap and accessory fastening, External slip pocket under main flap for easy access with memory card pockets inside, Clip-fastened flapPrince Charles protective seal, Internal zip-fastened mesh pocket on main flap, Padded adjustable dividers for extra flexibility and ease of handlingAdjustable shoulder strap, Adjustable and removable shoulder pad, Integrated reflective stripe

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