10-Years of History
By Photographers - For Photographers
In the middle of the Serengeti an idea was sketched out on a napkin by wildlife photographer Andy Biggs and a friend. The idea was to make a bag that was ultra lightweight and which protected gear from dust, through minimizing exposure to the elements. Jump forward almost ten years and we have the newest version of the bag designed by photographers for photographers: The Kiboko 2.0.
Compare features of the Kiboko 2.0 line here.
The Et Cetera line of pouches and cases are all about making your adventures organized and clutter-free. The well thought out combination of size, construction and materials lend to a common sense way of traveling which eases stress and maintains order.
"It looks like the new bags are a true reboot of the much-loved originals, featuring the same design and layout that made the originals so popular.
The Kiboko 16L looks to be targeted at mirrorless shooters, capable of holding two mirrorless bodies and four lenses, as well as a 13” laptop or tablet.
The Kiboko 22L, similar to my 26L, is capable of holding an entire DSLR kit, with room for two bodies, six lenses, or even a 300mm f/2.8 lens, along with a 15” laptop.
The Kiboko 30L adds support for medium format gear or a 400mm f/2.8 on top of the 22L’s capacity."