Built with military-grade performance, this rugged backpack is designed to withstand the harshest travel conditions. Its custom harness provides a comfortable fit even when the bag is fully loaded. And with unlimited configurations, you can pack anything you need, from cameras and lenses to clothes and water, in any combination you want.
But what sets the DayChaser apart from other camera backpacks is its additional focus on daily essentials. There's plenty of room for your gear and space for your laptop, passport, and other items you need on the go. You no longer have to sacrifice comfort or convenience in carrying your camera gear. In other camera bags, I've come across, the entire bag is either pockets for lenses and gear with no room for a jacket/headphones, or laptop or the camera compartment is tiny and only holds a body and a lens or two. This is truly the perfect balance.
If you're in the market for a travel backpack that can handle all your camera and travel needs, the DayChaser is worth considering. As a filmmaker clued behind the making of this product, this lousy boy checks off all the boxes. In this review, we'll dive into the features and performance of this backpack to help you make an informed decision. While its build may not be for everybody or every use case, its versatility in compartmentalization and extreme comfort is ideal for travel creatives like me.
Rugged As Hell
This construction is designed to be both durable and able to withstand any type of weather. Crafted with 500D KODRA main fabric and a double layer of waterproof backing, this product is impregnated with a special water-repellent finish that gives it superior protection. The fabrics used are lightweight and uncoated, making the total weight only 5 lbs 2oz.