Nixon X C.R. Stecyk III Logic Ops Camera Backpack

Nov 7, 2018

Category: Gear

Influential American artist, photographer, and writer C.R. Stecyk III stepped into the spotlight in the ’70s by documenting the surfing and skateboarding culture, including the legendary Z-Boys, and he hasn’t left since. Stecyk III is a tremendous figure in counterculture and a fan of the California company Nixon, which led him to team up with the premium watch brand to create a capsule collection, including a sharpshooter tactical camera backpack.

The limited edition C.R. Stecyk III Logic Ops Camera bag is able to house a fully-kitted loadout for any photographer armed with an SLR camera. The stealthy, durable exterior features the Nixon and Stecyk logos, MOLLE webbing accents, and tripod straps. It has a convenient multi-compartment storage system, allowing you to keep your gear organized and ready for any opportunities your artful eye pinpoints. There will only be 100 of these camera bags available so act fast or they’ll be gone in a snap.

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