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Product DescriptionIf you climb, ski, bike, or run to get a shot, you need a Clik Elite ChestPack. This low-profile case hugs your body to ensure intense freedom of movement with your camera at your fingertips. Wear it solo, sling it over your shoulder, or use the ChestPort system to dock into with any Clik Elite backpack. Padded camera bay fits most SLR bodies with lenses up to 5.5” long. Convertible strap becomes four-point chest harness for active mobility, fitting comfortably under traditional backpacks. Four-point sport harness for active mobility, fitting comfortably under traditional backpacks. ChestPort buckles dock seamlessly with Clik Elite backpacks to keep camera at the ready and optimize weight distribution for the long haul. Comfort-molded rear panel sheds snow and dirt, vents heat and moisture. Slanted, wide-mouth hatch for easy access. Opens away from your body for quick, easy access. Accessory pocket organizes batteries, memory cards, and small accessories Hidden side pocket holds lens cap or cloth. Ruggedized construction: fully lined and taped, beefy zippers, 1680D ballistic, and 420D high-tenacity nylon fabrics.
Submitted by Shane Thomas
Date Reviewed: July 18, 2012
Strengths: Solid build and materials. Huge, strong zippers. Small, accessible pockets. Padding. Buckle system.
Weaknesses: Buckle system only works with other Clik Elite packs.
This solid chest pack with bomber zippers. It can be worn alone (with included straps), as a sling bag or clipped into various Clik Elite packs. Well padded for the camera and on the back for your chest. Padding on the back is closed so it doesn't get filled with snow.
It can accommodate a Canon 50D with a 24-105L, just barely. With a 10-22 it's even better, but with a 50mm, it's a little loose. It will not hold the 50D camera with a battery grip installed. You must use the ProBody chest pack or Large to accommodate a larger camera (1DX or battery grip installed).
The pack pockets will hold several batteries, memory cards, bubble level, lens cloth etc. It has a top zip pocket and side zip pocket. It's very handy to have the camera right there and ready to go. It can get in the way of some adventure sports like rock climbing where it bumps the rock or makes it difficult to see your feet.
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