VINTA S | Series Travel and Camera Bag Boasts Refined and Versatile Design

Using its versatile design, VINTA’s S | Series travel and camera bag holds your DSLR camera and accessories or daily essentials, and refined appearance shows off your decent fashion sense.

VINTA S | Series Travel and Camera Bag

The S | Series is a multi functional, urban-style backpack that measures 11.5 x 15.75 x 5.5 inches and weights 1.45 lbs. As we can see from the images, the backpack delivers a great balance between its stylish look and functionality, and its leather scents, meticulous stitching and metal hardware not only provide a reinforced construction, but also add more stylish design elements to the bag.

VINTA S | Series Travel and Camera Bag

At first, the S | Series is a DSLR camera bag. Using its removable inserts, the backpack fits a full-frame DSLR camera and 3-5 lenses, and a uniquely designed removals lens pouch can hold an extra camera lens or other accessories. Moreover, its laptop compartment accommodates an up to 15″ laptop.

VINTA S | Series Travel and Camera Bag

Furthermore, when its inserts has been removed, it serves as a backpack. The main compartment provides you enough space to hold your daily essentials, and multiple pockets keep your items in place. Additionally, magnetic snaps let you conveniently access to your items.

VINTA S | Series Travel and Camera Bag

In addition, the travel and camera bag is constructed of lightweight and durable poly fabric with water resistant interior, and its padded back and adjustable straps provide a comfortable wearing experience.

The S | Series travel and camera bag has been available for preorder on Kickstarter. You can pledge $199 to own the backpack. It will be shipped in July this year. BTW, also don’t miss ProGo backpack and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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