Clik Elite Obscura, Rugged Photo Backpack with Breathable Padded Waist Belt, Black

Clik Elite
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About Clik Elite

The Obscura takes a new approach to going light and fast without leaving your camera behind. Keep your lenses and other camera gear anchored and protected in the hidden, formfitting Marsupial pouch. Be ready for unexpected photo ops with swing-around access to the Zoom Cell camera compartment that features a unique telescoping chamber to custom-fit your camera setup. Performance features like a high-tech breathable harness and durable, weight - conscious fabrics keep you performing, even in hot weather.

Clik Elite Features

  • 30 Liter (1800 c.i.) main compartment
  • Hydration compartment fits a 100oz. (3 liter) bladder essential for active endeavors (bladder not included)
  • LightWave back panel provides supportive rigidity and contours to your back while corrugated channels increase air circulation, venting heat and moisture
  • Breathable, padded shoulder straps provide all-day comfort with additional support from load lifter straps & adjustable sternum strap
  • Breathable, padded waist belt with bidirectional buckle comfortably cradles hips and keeps you cool
  • Ice Axe/Tripod portal with tuck-away attachment cords
  • Roomy top pocket gives quick access to priority items
  • Reinforced accessory loops are positioned to attachment helmet, rope, or other items
  • Stretch-mesh outer pocket expands for a jacket or other items
  • Side compression straps stabilize and compress the load
  • Side entry portal for quick swing-around access to your camera
  • Internal Marsupial lens pouch protects lenses, flashes and other photo gear - adjustable dividers keep it organized and secure
  • Zoom Cell camera compartment adjusts to fit your lens setup, maximizing space inside the pack for other items
  • Two tripod carry options: on the side in the mesh pocket with side compression straps, or on the front with the tuck-away attachment cords behind the outer pocket
  • Mesh side pocket keeps water bottles and other items handy, holds a tripod or light stand with the side compression straps
  • ChestPort attachment points on shoulder straps and waist belt host Clik Elite ChestPacks and accessory pouches

Clik Elite Specifications

Fully lined with finished seams, YKK zippers, 330 D Ripstop Cordura and 1680 D ballistic fabrics
Tripod carry options
On the side in the mesh pocket with side compression straps, or on the front with the tuck-away attachment cords behind the outer pocket
Waist belt
Breathable, padded
Main compartment Volume
30 Liter (1800 c.i.)
22.8 x 11 x 9.5in / 57.91 x 27.94 x 24.13cm
3.4lbs / 1.54kg

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
MAI P  Good review from other buyers. Like the black vs the blue color. Light to carry.
Dave D  Does it come with a bladder or if not does it take a special bladder?
JEFF L  This bag is not equipped with a bladder but has an area specifically for one. It should fit a two-liter bladder fine. I have never used mine since my Nikon D-7000 is very difficult to place in and extract from the bag. It still sits in my basement except for when I answer questions for Adorama. Unfortunately they are not willing to buy it back like they do with camera bodies and lenses. So I'm stuck with it. If I were to go on a hike I would use a good backpack from (oops, can't say it here but it begins with Recreation) or other outdoor store and would use individual ThinkTank cases for essential equipment. An additional drawback: the Obscura is a relatively heavy bag for its size.
Victor K  Hi, I have a D7000 with a 80-200mm 2.8D and a tripod manfrotto 7322CY-BB, which is 51 cm length when is completely folded. I would like to know if I can fit these equipment inside this back pack or inside the other clik elite line? Since I dont like to carry the tripod outside the bag, it is important to me to know if I can carry inside without hurting my camera and lens. Thank you
JEFF L  I found the Click Elite Obscura to be a well built pack comparable to others I have used to climb Mt Whitney and cross the Grand Canyon. Unfortunately the side pouch is a little too small for my D7000 and f/2.8 24-70 lens. The pocket is plenty deep but the zippered opening is a little too narrow to easily stow and extract the camera. The internal pockets seem adequate to stow additional camera gear but I will use the case shipped with my f/2.8 70-200. There is ample space to attach a tripod to the pack externally. The pack will take a small (51 cm) tripod internally.
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