The evolution of a photo backpack – The Boris IV

Mar 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

The evolution of the Boris backpack followed a normal, logical cycle of design. For some time, nothing was happening and then it went into a fast change. The power behind the changes was not competition, or a struggle for life, survival of the fittest or whatever, instead we wanted to set up our own production […]

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Not indestructible but repairable

Nov 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

We don’t like to call our products ‘indestructible’ just because they aren’t. The Titanic springs to mind – everything can be demolished, with the right amount of force. Or bad luck. For almost every product that is ever made counts that it does not break when it is on the shelf. Thing break when you […]

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Lens Pouches done right

Nov 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Not all news is big news. And some small news is very much worth sharing. Like these lens pouches. They look like pretty standard lens pouches and in fact they are. Just a nice soft inside, a drawstring, a heavy duty Cordura outer. We will do two sizes – small and medium. The secret is on […]

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No shit!

Apr 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s easy to make jokes about whatever is on your back. Sticking notes on your friends back with some awkward requests is just one of them. But this is another story. Bullshitting me? No, not at all. This is about one of our main goals in building better photo backpacks. Getting out in the morning to hide […]

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Image credit: © Yves Adams

Hello sunshine

Mar 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

There is no ‘best time of the year’ for wildlife photography. Lots of photographers love the springtime with all those abundant flowers, young and playful animals, soft and warm morning light and for those I have good news: it’s almost there! For other photographers the autumn is their favourite time of the year. Burling deer – fighting […]

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