This black Fulton 14L Backpack from Tenba is a vintage-style canvas bag for photographers or multimedia creators. Its main compartment features adjustable dividers and has enough room for a mirrorless or DSLR camera with an attached 24-70mm f/2.8 lens, two to three additional lenses, plus a folding drone kit. The main compartment can be accessed through the top of the backpack, or by its rear-facing zippered panel which features a 180° downward opening. A roll top design allows the wearer to easily compress the backpack according to the specific amount of equipment placed inside it, which also serves to effectively seal out moisture and dust. When the backpack is firmly rolled shut, the top can be secured using a built-in, wrap-over compression strap which utilizes a strong, yet easy-to-release G-hook that locks into a webbing loop located between the shoulder straps.
Aside from its shoulder straps, the Fulton 14L Backpack can be carried using its top handle. When the backpack is in use, a resilient and breathable 3D mesh padding along rear-facing zippered panel cushions the lower back. The padding’s elevated structure also optimizes air circulation, minimizing perspiration in warm and hot environments. For heavy loads, the backpack’s adjustable sternum strap helps to limit unintentional shifting around the wearer.
The front panel of the Fulton 14L Backpack unzips to reveal multiple organizational pockets and offers capacity for a 10.5″ tablet computer, pens, notebooks, or a map. Along both sides of the backpack under its side-compression straps are pockets for accessories that need to be easily reached. When the backpack is in use, the stretchable side pocket on the wearer’s left side can hold and secure a water bottle. Aside from a water bottle, a tripod, monopod, or trekking pole can instead be stored within the expandable canvas pocket along the wearer’s right side and further secured using the side-compression strap located above that pocket.