- Lowepro Whistler BP 450 AW (Gray) (LOW450AWG)
- 2 x Large Padded Dividers
- 2 x Movable Dividers
- Rain Cover
The Gray Lowepro Whistler BP 450 AW is a next generation very large professional backpack designed to fit a Pro DSLR with an attached lens, three extra lenses, a flash, a GoPro, accessories and personal items.
The high capacity of the Gray Lowepro Whistler BP 450 AW means you can bring the tools which give you flexibility and creative freedom. The main interior compartment measures 9.5 x 6.5 x 15.7" and holds a Pro DSLR with an attached lens, three extra lenses, a flash, a GoPro, accessories, and personal items. Throw in the ability to remove the insert that holds the gear and you’ve got an extremely versatile backpack option. This all-season backpack features a top pocket with a clear-mesh accessory pocket and key leash under the lid, rear gear access, and a zippered front compartment for storing personal items such as food and clothing.
Constructed of 420D and 210D nylon, the BP 450 AW is both durable and strong. For improved airflow and cushioning, the pack has a rear panel fabricated from heat-embossed nylon and spandex-blended fabric. Much like a traditional daypack, the Whistler 450 features adjustable shoulder harness, chest connector, and waist belt with quick release buckle that let you comfortably carry your gear long distances. It features a zippered rear compartment with a removable insert and touch-fastening dividers for organizing your gear. The gray-colored interior facilitates locating your gear in low light. The rear lid covering the insert has a hinged back panel for grabbing a camera without having to unzip the whole lid. On the inside of the panel is a zippered accessory pocket and slip-in memory card pockets.
Safety & Mounting
To ensure your equipment’s safety and security, the BP450AW opens from the back panel. Exterior attachment points and compression straps provide multiple ways to secure a tripod, hiking poles, skis, and other items. The top of the pack has a haul strap for hanging the pack on a hook and lifting or lowering it while climbing with a carabiner. When not needed as a photography backpack, one may remove the insert for conversion to a day pack. Should a weather front move in, simply deploy the included all-weather cover.