Lowpro GearUp Organizers

Dec 14, 2017

Category: Gear

For better or worse, we live in a world in which every tech product comes with a new cord, dongle, or charger. When you’re on the move it can be incredibly hard to pack (let alone remember) all of that necessary but cumbersome gear. That is why Lowepro developed the GearUp Organizing system.

These pouches from the camera bag company are engineered make organizing, packing, and accessing convenient even when you’re on the road. Each pouch in the line (there are four in total alongside one small tool roll) features a see-through window, removable padded elastic keepers, and bright orange sections. As a result, photographers can pack out their tech essentials quickly and easily. A solid grab for those who are always on the go.

Purchase: $20

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