Anansi was designed on safari, but perfected in the forests and deserts of North America and refined in the studio. Configure it flat or in half. Use it to rest a lens on or add some weight to the situation.
Keep your set up stabilized when a wind gust or misplaced step comes your way. Anansi easily attaches to any light stand or tripod as a ballast bag to give you extra stability.
Anansi's hourglass shape optimizes the volume of required fill while maintaining stability.
We build Anansi right here in Ogden, Utah using quality heavy-duty PU-backed CORDURA® materials and YKK zipper components. Just as important as quality materials are the hands that put them together.
Anansi is built to last featuring award-winning Gura Gear engineering and construction. We double stitched the seams, reinforced the handles, and lined the bottom edges with a pebbled non-slip coating so Anansi will hold up to harsh conditions and rough use.
Watch as Andy Biggs and Gregory Schern demonstrate how the Anansi (and Sabi) are used in the real world.
Our high-quality organic buckwheat hulls are the perfect solution to fill your Sabi, Sabi Super, or Anansi stabilization bags. Buckwheat hulls are extremely lightweight, yet they maintain form while cradling your expensive lens.
To help make things easy, our buckwheat hulls are sold in 5 liter bags.