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Mountainsmith Tanuck: Adventure-Ready Modular Pack
Mountainsmith worked with adventure photographer Chris Burkard to develop its new T.A.N. (“Tough As Nails”) system. The system offers a modular solution—padded cubes with customizable interiors can be used independently or fit into the main compartment of the Tanuck 40 backpack when you want to bring along all of your photo gear.
This approach not only offers organizational flexibility but also adds an extra layer of protection for your camera and lenses. The Tanuck 40 includes a laptop compartment, a sleeve for a hydration bladder and a removable rain cover. List prices: $229 (Tanuck 40); $69 (Kit Cube Large); $59 (Kit Cube Medium). Contact: Mountainsmith, mountainsmith.com.