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PLEASE NOTE: NO SHOULDER STRAP IS INCLUDED WITH THIS BAG
Every good bag needs a wing-bag. The Field Pouch is an expanding pouch for cords, accessories, batteries, hard drives, and even mirrorless cameras and lenses. Keep it in your bag, wear it on your belt or attach any Peak Design strap to turn The Field Pouch into an ultralight sling bag. With an expandable roll-top design, a waxed outer shell and felt inner padding, The Field Pouch can safely hold and organise all of your odds and ends. It also includes an attachment point for Capture, making it an ideal bag for carrying mirrorless setups.
3 INCREDIBLY USEFUL BAGS IN 1
Carry all the small stuff: cords, SD cards, battery packs, handcuffs...you get the point.
Attach any Peak Design strap (sold separately) wear as a sling bag.
Hang from any belt using seatbelt style belt/carabiner loops.
Unique roll-top design expands and contracts to hold a lot or a little.
6 STRETCHY MESH INNER POCKETS
Organise items of all sizes and keep them right in their place.
ANCHOR CONNECTION POINTS
2 Hypalon-reinforced loops on the back of the pouch allow the attachment of Peak Design Anchors (2 included) so you can in turn attach any Peak Design strap.
HIGH-QUALITY DENSE FELT PADDING
Provides light protection for hard drives, lenses and other delicate items.
HIDDEN ZIPPERED INNER POCKET
Stash away a spare key, money or other small valuable items.
CAPTURE ATTACHMENT POINT
Hypalon loop on the front of the pouch lets you attach any Capture Clip (sold separately) so you can rigidly carry smaller cameras, lenses or binoculars.
DURABLE, WEATHERPROOF SHELL
Waxed 500D Kodra shell with DWR coating repels water. Roll-top closure prevents dust and moisture from entering inside.
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