Kinesis SafariSack 4.2 (buckwheat filled)

New Design (July 2014)!!
The original SafariSack has been in production for over ten years. It has been duplicated by others, but as they say, “copying is the best form of flattery.” However, we felt it was time to tweak this timeless design. We have redesigned the bag with the following changes compared to the SafariSack I:
A side gusset, providing a thicker volume of beads when folded over saddlebag style. A slightly smaller overall profile, yet thicker where it counts in the center. Instead of stitching the rubberized-type fabric end to end with the nylon fabric, we have overlaid it on top of the nylon fabrics for much stronger seams and less chance of blow outs.

FEATURES
Zippered compartment – the filler will also be dumped straight away inside without the need for a liner.
The bottom has a rubberized-style fabric that assists in keeping the sack in place when placed on a vehicle or other slick surface.
Drape a SafariSack 4.2 over the edge of a partially raised car window, and you have got a steady camera fortify.
At the safari, it’s ceaselessly used within the flat mode, on top of the RangeRover. With the sewn-in quick-release strap, it may be securely fastened to the rack At the top of the vehicle.
Constructed of a combination of 400-denier and 420-denier Diamond Ripstop nylon fabrics. These tough fabrics are supplemented by SlipNot, a rubberize-type fabric.
Sewn-in hand clutch strap. Also use the Y208 (sold as an “add-on” with the old SafariSacks) will clip to the hand strap of this bag extending it to be used when you need to make use of it as longer tie down to the top of a vehicle or as a narrow (20mm) shoulder strap.
D-rings At the end for attaching nearly any shoulder strap or the optional Y215 (25mm wide) Unpdadded Shoulder Strap.
The SafariSack 4.2 can be utilized in three modes:
1) Flat, to fortify a camera At the ground or on top of a Land Rover or other vehicle.
2) Saddlebag style, by the use of the two cinch straps for the “folded-in-half” position. (On this mode we recommend only filling the bag about 2/3 full). A camera will also be snugly cradled on top, when the bag is placed over a car window or used At the ground for additional elevation.
3) Ballast, adding considered one of two sacks in your tripod increases stability when the use of long lenses or in windy conditions. Filled with sand or water, it may be used as a weight to stabilize light stands or booms.
SPECIFICATIONS
Flat dimensions: 24 x 40 cm (9.4 x 15.7″)
Empty weight: 144 g (5.0 oz.)
Buckwheat filled weight (including the sack): 660 g approx. (23 oz. approx.)
New Design (July 2014)!!
The original SafariSack has been in production for over ten years. It has been duplicated by others, but as they say, “copying is the most efficient type of flattery.” Alternatively, we felt it used to be time to tweak this timeless design. We now have redesigned the bag with the following changes in comparison to the SafariSack I:
A side gusset, providing a thicker volume of beads when folded over saddlebag style. A Fairly smaller overall profile, yet thicker where it counts within the center. As a substitute of stitching the rubberized-type fabric end to end with the nylon fabric, We now have overlaid it on top of the nylon fabrics for much stronger seams and no more chance of blow outs.
Now to be had in khaki or the classic black (the bottoms are black on both models). Fairly rounded ends for easier handling. D-rings At the ends for easier carrying over the shoulder with an optional shoulder strap. A new smaller sack for shorter glass…the 1.4 model.
Designed & Crafted in america

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