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Sukha

With 70 liters of internal storage and a plethora of outside expansion capabilities, the Sukha is the successor of our previous generation Satori EXP, the ultimate multi-day photo backpack. Designed with the long lens shooter in mind, the Sukha can safely carry most super-telephoto lenses when combined with the Master Tele ICU. ***ICU sold separately



$349.00
€349,00
$629.00
€629,00
$699.00
€699,00
$1149.00
€1149,00
$629.00
€629,00
$699.00
€699,00
$1149.00
€1149,00
$629.00
€629,00
$699.00
€699,00
$1149.00
€1149,00

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HEIGHT

68.6cm | 27in

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WIDTH

35.6cm | 14in

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DEPTH

30.5cm | 12in

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VOLUME

70 Liters

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WEIGHT

2.1kgs | 4.6lbs

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integrated features

  • Hydration system compatible with Velcro® sealed tube port
  • 4 Internal ICU attachment points
  • Exceptional all-day support provided by an internal aluminum frame
  • Quick-release side compression straps
  • Adjustable sternum strap with integrated whistle for emergencies
  • All-day comfort provided by ergonomic Soft Flex injection molded EVA belt and shoulder straps

 

LOADING & CLOSURE

  • Camera gear is accessed via the rear panel and features YKK® heavy gauge zippers
  • Top opening for main internal compartment access features YKK® heavy gauge zippers
  • Superior water and weather resistance provided by YKK® Aquaguard® zippers
  • Impact protection and prevention of water penetration provided by Hypalon® zipper garages
  • Fast and catch-free closure during demanding moments provided by Hypalon® pull-tabs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION

  • Unprecedented weather-resistance provided by a combination of oxford-weave ripstop nylon and AdvantaTM, a thermoplastic polyurethane film
  • Breathability and comfort via EVA molded rear panel
  • Protection against wet surfaces and contact with terrain provided by a Hypalon® reinforced base
  • Heavy-duty 3-fold carry handle

Pocket Configuration

  • Easily accessible side pockets with full-length zipper and expandable design
  • Stretchable interior mesh sleeve lid pocket with Velcro® seal
  • Passport, wallet, and other less commonly needed items can be stored in a zippered mesh underside lid pocket
  • Store NRG food in the stretch mesh sleeve energy pockets on each shoulder strap
  • Multipurpose internal sleeve either fits up to a 17” laptop or can be used as a hydration bladder pocket
  • Store avalanche shovels, as well as jackets and extra layers in the exterior front panel pocket

Pack Attachments

  • Easy attachment of tripods, snowboard, sleeping bags and similar equipment via 16 GateKeeper mounting points (GateKeepers sold separately)
  • Attachment of f-stop and third-party accessories via internal and external MOLLE system
  • Attachment of accessories such as ice axes via webbing Ice Axe Loops and trekking poles via shock cords
  • Easily attach f-stop’s Navin camera case on the chest mounting attachment via GateKeeper system
  • Additional accessories attachable via 2 metal D-ring attachment points
  • Attachment of a Rain Cover via connection loops

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