HEX Launches Spring Collection with New DSLR Backpacks

There are bags out there for every type of photographer, and even some for photographers that don’t exist anymore!

It seems like a never ending struggle as a photographer is to find the ideal camera bag to carry everything you need in a way that you prefer to carry it, along with whatever accessories and whatever else you want to carry with it. I know I had discussions with my ex-wife where I was not allowed to get any more camera bags until I cleaned out a closet full of the ones I was already not using. Bag envy, or more like ‘bag lust’ if you will, is real.

HEX has announced their Spring Grid Collection and it comes complete with two brand new ‘Matte Olive’ DSLR backpacks. The units are designed to be stylish, yet minimalistic; all while still being sufficient to carry your kit safely from point A to point B.

The DSLR backpacks will be available in a medium and full size configuration, with both sporting quick access into the main compartment and support for laptops up to 17”. Here is the full list of spec highlights:

HEX Matte Olive DSLR Backpacks

  • Quick Access Into Main Compartment
  • Fits Up To 15” or 17″ Laptop
  • EVA Foam Protection
  • Adjustable Interior Dividers
  • Exterior Tablet/Phone Pocket
  • Airmesh Back
  • Tripod Straps
  • Matte olive nylon exterior, treated for water resistance
  • Non-skid accents
  • Genuine leather zipper pulls
  • Black HEX Heritage logo lining

The full size version of the bag will retail for $239.95 while the medium version of the bag will retail for $189.95. Both bags are available for purchase now over on the HEX website as well, so if you like what you see you can get your hands on them right away. If these fit your style and will carry your kit, they look to be a decent value and will certainly keep your gear protected.

Anthony Thurston

Anthony is a Portland, Oregon based Boudoir Photographer specializing in a dark, moody style that promotes female body positivity, empowerment, and sexuality. Besides The Phoblographer, he also reviews gear and produces his own educational content on his website.