Peak Design’s Range Pouch is More Than a Lens Pouch

Peak Design Range Pouch

If you’re a photographer who has ever used a lens pouch, you already know there’s not much use for it beyond carrying a spare lens or two. The Peak Design Range Pouch was created to carry your lenses and so much more. The Range Pouch was designed with the same kind of versatility you’d expect from Peak Design, including a strong resemblance to their Every Day line of bags.

Peak Design Range Pouch – Form & Function

The Peak Design Range Pouch’s beauty is more than just skin deep. The Range Pouch is available in three sizes to fit every photographers’ needs. Whether you just need to stow a prime or you’re a mirrorless shooter looking to carry a couple of lenses and some extras, the Range Pouch is built to meet the needs of every photographer. One of the smartest features of these pouches is its flat-pack design that allows you to fully flatten the pouch when there’s nothing inside – making it easy to pack in an Every Day messenger or on a carryon bag. Once opened, the Range Pouch’s cylindrical shape can be used to stow lens, flashes, or almost any other accessory you can think of. The Range Pouch also borrows its roll top flap from the Field Pouch which gives easy, quiet access to the main compartment while still being flexible enough to conform to the size of the pouch’s contents.

Peak Design Range Pouch

The Peak Design Range Pouch’s interior was designed for maximum flexibility and customization. Each of the three sizes include an internal fold-down felt divider so you can safe stack lenses or create separation between items. The Range Pouch’s secondary pocket is perfect for carrying lens filters, cleaning cloths, or extra memory cards. For the aerial photographers in the crowd, the large Range Pouch is big enough to carry a DJI Mavic Drone.

The Range Pouch also includes a quick belt loop system that makes it easy to attach and detach from the photographer’s waist – keeping your gear secure and within reach. If the idea of a fanny pack isn’t too appealing, the Range Pouch also includes two anchors that work with Peak Design’s strap system.

The Peak Design Range Pouch is another Kickstarter success story for the bag manufacturer, but as of this writing, everyone can now order a Range Pouch on their website. The Range Pouch is available in three sizes (Small, Medium, Large) and starts at an MSRP of $34.95.

Peak Design Range Pouch Specs & Images

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CAPACITY: Holds 4.8” max height, 3.4” max diameter. Fits 1-2 small prime lenses, or DLSR kit lenses. (ex: 50mm ƒ1.4)


CAPACITY:Holds 6.8” max height, 4.1” max diameter. Fits larger kit lenses, or mid-zoom lenses. (ex: 24-70mm ƒ2.8)


CAPACITY: Holds 9.3” max height, 4.6” max diameter. Fits telephoto lenses, or 2 mid-sized lenses. (ex 70-200mm ƒ2.8)