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Well, they’re technically from MindShift Gear (a Think Tank company), but they’re designed in partnership with Moose, and I have to say — these bags totally kick butt! I got my hands on one this week and I was very impressed. In short, there are three big things I love about them:

(1) Incredible accessibility — you can access everything right through the front.

(2) It holds just a ton of gear, including long glass, and it still fits in an airline overhead (it’s soft sided and smartly sized overall).

(3) It’s surprisingly lightweight (which is big if you’re thinking of stuffing it with gear).

I’ll be toting some big glass in these this football season. Just really well designed, thought out, and constructed. Moose and Mindshift hit one out of the park on these bad boys!

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Above: This is the middle-sized one, the MP-3 V2.0. Check out what fits insides (that’s three bodies – and I rarely travel with three, so I’d take two and use the extra space for another lens). 

Here’s a video from Moose (below) that really takes you through how they work and what makes them so awesome. Definitely worth checking out.

These bags start at $199 (for the small one), but that one I showed above is only $279. Worth every penny.

Here’s the link with the all the details or to order yours.  (Note: I’m planning on doing a short Facebook video post about it later today, so keep an eye on my Facebook page).

OK, I’m off to Photoshop World!
On Monday, I’ll be reporting from the conference out in Vegas, and sharing some photos from the Pre-Conference day here then. Hope I get to meet you out there – it’s going to be an epic event!!! :)

All my best,

-Scott

About The Author

Scott is a Photographer, bestselling Author, Host of "The Grid" weekly photography show; Editor of Photoshop User magazine; Lightroom Guy; KelbyOne.com CEO; struggling guitarist. Loves Classic Rock and his arch-enemy is Cilantro. Devoted husband, dad to two super awesome kids, and pro-level babysitter to two crazy doggos.

1 Comment

  1. Nice looking bags, but they appear to be more suited to travel as opposed to actually hiking any significant distance with a load on your back (i.e. not very ergonomic). I could be wrong as I’m basing my opinion on the video only and have not tried one on.

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