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Kiboko V2.0 30L

This Award-Winning Camera Backpack is the Ideal Carry Solution for Professional DSLR Systems with Telephoto Lenses

15 total reviews

Regular price
$434.95
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$434.95

The updated Kiboko 2.0 carries all the camera and lighting gear you need for remote shoots, all in an ultralight weight, water-resistant, X-Pac VX-21 shell. 14 additional sleeves and compartments provide quick access and organization for all your drives, chargers and accessories. 

    Measurements

    Interior Dimensions
    11.81 x 20.08 x 5.91" / 30 x 51 x 15 cm

    Exterior Dimensions
    12.6 x 20.47 x 6.69" / 32 x 52 x 17 cm

    Lightweight: 3.9 lb

    Designed to Carry

    • Pro-sized DSLRs
    • Super-Telephoto Lenses

    • Up to a 20.47" (52cm) Lens + Body combo

    features

    • 1. X-PAC® VX-21 by Dimension Polyant

    • 2. High Visibility Blue Lining

    • 3. Extra dividers, lots of them.

    • 4. Carry-On Size

    The most light-weight and durable fabric ever for ultimate protection from the elements. We were the first to implement this material into camera bag design.

    Never forget to zip up again! The Kiboko Backpack line adds an extra layer of protection with this visual cue.

    Our bags are infinitely configurable and come with plenty of extra divider types to accomodate any setup imaginable. Our dividers are also made out of Artillion Foam which is the same stuff used in motorcycle helmets. High impact protection, low weight and profile.

    The Kiboko 30L is designed to carry the maximum gear while staying within international flight carry-on size regulations. The bag comes in at 3.9lbs freeing up weight to bring extra gear instead of extra bag on your next trip.

    Stowable shoulder straps give the bag a less technical look when storing.

    Chase Reeves reviews the Kiboko

    Comparison Chart

    • Kiboko 16L  

      Kiboko 16L

      Designed to carry
      Mirrorless Systems

      Body and Lens Capacity
      Holds 2 Mirrorless Cameras and 3 Lenses. Also Holds 2 Mirrorless Cameras and 4 Lenses, 70-200mm

      Laptop Capacity
      Up to a 14" Laptop

      Exterior Dimensions
      12.6 x 16.54 x 5.91" / 32 x 42 x 15 cm

      Interior Dimensions
      11.42 x 15.75 x 4.33" / 29 x 40 x 11 cm

      Weight
      3 lb / 1.36 kg

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    • Kiboko 22L  

      Kiboko 22L

      Designed to carry
      DSLRs or Mirrorless Cameras with Grips

      Body and Lens Capacity
      Holds 2 DSLRs and 6 Lenses. Also Holds 2 DSLRs & 300mm f/2.8 Lens. Unattached up to 400mm lens

      Laptop Capacity
      Thin 15” laptop

      Exterior Dimensions
      13.39 x 18.11 x 5.91" / 34 x 46 x 15 cm

      Interior Dimensions
      13.39 x 17.32 x 4.72" / 34 x 44 x 12 cm

      Weight
      3.7 lb / 1.68 kg

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    • Kiboko 30L  

      Kiboko 30L

      Designed to carry
      Pro-sized DSLRs
      and Super-Telephoto Lenses

      Body and Lens Capacity
      Holds 2 DSLRs, 7 Lenses
      or Medium Format Kit. Also Holds a DSLR with
      an attached 400mm f/2.8 Lens. Unattached up to 800mm lens

      Laptop Capacity
      No Laptop Compartment

      Exterior Dimensions
      12.6 x 20.47 x 6.69" / 32 x 52 x 17 cm

      Interior Dimensions
      11.81 x 20.08 x 5.91" / 30 x 51 x 15 cm

      Weight
      3.9 lb / 1.77 kg

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    Backpack Footprint

    Will my Kiboko fit my gear?

    The total length of the 2.0 Kiboko 30L is 20.08" (51cm) which can fit larger camera body/lens setups. If your camera body + lens is within these dimensions the bag will comfortably carry your setup.

    Testimonials

    Fantastic Bag

    Bought this bag for a trip up north, on a bush plane, hence the need for a small bag. Was able to pack a Canon R5 with 100-500 attached, R6 with a RF70-200 attached and a RF14-35, plus 4 batteries a charger, a 14 inch Macbook Pro, charger and cable. The butterfly is an excellent concept, can take lots of stuff. I also tried, and can put the RF800, the 100-500, and the 14-35, the two camera bodies in it. The cameras have to be detached and put in face to face. Have ordered its big brother 30L for when I am bigger planes.

    Robert

    Great Little Bag

    The 16L is a great little bag. Perfect size for a smaller mirrorless system. I got mine because I was downsizing from a full on Nikon DSLR system to a more compact Sony system. The bag is incredibly weatherproof. I’ve shot with it in the rain, wind and heavy snow and not one drop of water got in the bag. It also feels good on my back when hiking. If I had to make one suggestion it would be to make the zipper loops different colors. All 4 are the same blue and I end up opening the wrong compartment sometimes. Maybe one color for the main compartments and another color for the smaller ones where the accessories go. Great bag and tough as nails.

    Darren

    I simply freaking love this bag.

    Ok, I had the old bag from back in the day. I was thrilled Gura came back. So I bought a 22L, not because I needed it but because I loved my old Betaflea so much but it didn’t have a laptop sleeve. LOVED the 22L new Kiboko. So…leaving for a trip where I would be on a small sea plane with limited size and weight, I ordered a 16L. THIS BAG IS FANTASTIC. Great size, holds what I need. Currently shoot with a Leica M which is obviously small, but I also have a Plaubel Makina W67 tucked in there! So there is room. Highest quality construction. COMFORTABLE to wear, which is rare for backpacks IMO.

    Suggestions for improvement? Not many, this bag ticks all the boxes. Maybe an RFID pocket?

    I’m so happy that Gura is back, don’t hesitate on this bag…get one. You’ll love it.

    Keith R. Sbiralon

    Finally! THE BAG I've been looking for

    I have tried over 5 different camera bags in the last 7 years and I can't believe that I finally found my favorite.
    It holds a bunch of gear, very easy to use organization dividers, even when it's full it doesn't feel too heavy and the weight feels very well distributed.
    I love this bag and highly recommend it!

    David Rock

    The Best Bag For Me

    The GuraGear Kiboko 2.0 16L Backpack is the best bag for me as a travelling
    freelance photographer that focuses on outdoor lifestyle and adventure. Its
    small form factor and padded 3D mesh design on the back is perfect for
    hiking and long adventures with its breathability but the customizable build
    on the inside allows me to bring only the gear I need while leaving enough
    room to bring along extra accessories or clothing if I need. With multiple zip
    compartments throughout the front of the bag as well as the inside, I’m able
    to store all the small accessories like extra batteries, memory cards,
    notepads and more to make sure I have everything I need with me for the job.
    My favourite thing about the bag that provides me the most comfort is the
    easily accessible rain cover because my job frequently has me outside and in
    all kinds of weather.

    Cody Baker