Luggage Carry: The Everyday Messenger’s 2 Built-In Luggage Straps – Peak Design Support Center

Ask and thou shalt receive (The Answer).  I am sure some one said that or something like that a very long time ago.

But no matter when it was first coined, it holds true today.  I had recently written an article about the every day bag from Peak Design and in one of the comments it was noted that there was no way to fit the bag to a roller type bag handle so it can easily be transported through an airport.

Based on that several photographers as well as myself got into a round robin table discussion about how hard it is to get through airports anymore with a lot gear, and several of them like myself own the Peak Design Every Day Bag.  And we of course all put in our two cents as to what a pain in the ass it is to sling a loaded bag on one’s shoulder or cross chest and walk through an airport.  Sometimes it can be a long walk.

Finally I contacted Peak Design and they sent me back a response pretty quickly and linked me….to the link that is below.  So if anyone out there owns this bag and I know there has to be lots of folks that do own it based on their Kickstarter sales, I think you’ll find Peak’s strap on methods pretty interesting. 🙂

Source: Luggage Carry: The Everyday Messenger’s 2 Built-In Luggage Straps – Peak Design Support Center

Author: ELLIOT STERN

68 YEARS IN PHOTOGRAPHY - HAVE ALWAYS LOVED IT AND ALWAYS WILL.

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