Pro Trekker 300 AW Overview
As I said in the introduction this is the largest camera bag we have looked at and funny thing is it’s the smallest bag in the Pro Trekker series, there is also a Pro Trekker 400 and 600. This bag is a backpack type bag and has a very stylish mica / black color scheme.
Starting at the front of the bag you will see a small tripod tab. You will see a small zipper pocket, when you open it a tripod holder will come out. There is a set of straps that will help you secure the tripod as well.
The left side of the bag has another spot where you are able to place a tripod. There is a small accessory compartment that has room for 2 memory cards and has 2 large sleeves in it. This is like a quick access compartment for things you might need when you are shooting photos. Also on each side of the bag there are handles that allow you to carry the bag on its side.
The opposite side of the bag is basically the same, except instead of an accessory pouch it has a seam-sealed pouch that can hold up to 70 ounces of liquid (does not include hydration reservoir). I like this idea, especially if you are out all day shooting, but I would have liked Lowepro to include the reservoir. So if were counting that’s 3 tripods you can carry. Or alternatively you can carry 1 tripod and use the holders for trekking or ski poles.
Moving around to the back of the bag you will notice 2 very large shoulder straps as well as removable waist pack. I like that it is removable so you may not want the waist straps all the time. There is a large connector for the waist straps, but also there is a smaller one on the shoulder straps to give you more support. The mesh-covered back pad will make things very comfortable when you are carrying a lot of gear.