GuraGear unwraps Kiboko 22L+


GuraGura has announced the Kiboko 22L+, a smaller version of their hugely popular Kiboko (30L). It can carry a 500mm f/4 (or 200-400mm f/4, as shown below), as well as a couple of DSLR bodies, four other lenses (up to what looks like 24-70mm or equivalents) as well as a 15-inch laptop. The new pack is available now at $379 with free shipping in Continental US (international shipping is also offered).


Introducing the Kiboko 22L+
The versatile new camera backpack that you helped design.

The Kiboko 22L+ was designed from the blueprints that customers like you provided over the last couple of years after using the Kiboko 30. Much like its more mature sibling, the Kiboko 22L+ is lightweight and durable, but this bag has a thing or two to teach big brother; like how to carry up to a 15" laptop computer. Sized to fit the most stringent of international carry on requirements without sacrificing carrying capacity; this gem can carry up to a 500mm f4.0 lens in style. The Kiboko 22L+ was made to travel, with a beefed up harness system that features memory-foam shoulder straps, a vented and padded back panel, a removable waistbelt, and shoulder straps that can tuck away when not needed. 

While remaining true to the Kiboko DNA, the 22L+ features a unique butterfly flap access system which allows you to easily get to multiple bodies, lenses, and all your photo accessories without exposing all your prized gear. Kiboko backpacks are made of high-tech materials designed to balance weight and durability.

We use our products every day. We just finished traveling through Rwanda and Kenya working exclusively from the Kiboko 22L+ and are proud to finally be able to share this bag with you.

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