Mountainsmith Parallax Review, Pros and Cons

Mountainsmith Parallax is rated 3.78 based on 39 reviews


Feature Summary


Mountainsmith Parallax Recycled Camera Bag, Black
  • Back panel access. Padded and fleece lined interior
  • Adjustable dividerrs. Rapid access tripod mount. Removable storm cover. Removable waist belt puch for batteries and memory card.
  • Two front pockets including padded laptop sleeve (12.75" h x 10.25" w x 2.25" d)
  • Tuck away side straps to secure tripod. Countoured shoulder strap and adjustable sternum strap.
  • Mesh side pockets. Top and side rubber molded haul handles. Tuck away bottom straps and waist belt.


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Mountainsmith Parallax:

Reviewers like these things about the Mountainsmith Parallax

  • Testers found out that the Mountainsmith Parallax backpack has adjustable dual-density shoulder straps with load lifter suspension and padded waist straps.
  • Reviewers mentioned that the pack features a front zippered compartment that holds a laptop behind a padded divider and a tablet inside an additional slip pocket.
  • Users noted that it includes an Anvil Airway Suspension system is built into the back and consists of ergonomic padding that allows air to circulate against the back.
  • Other users also stated that one side has a slip pocket that unzips at the bottom to accommodate a tripod leg and a compression strap at the top that holds down the tripod.
  • Other testers said that its sternum strap provides further comfort for carrying a heavy load.
  • Laptop users praised its grip handle at the top that allows them to grab the bag and go.
  • Users pointed out that it has an accessory attachment panel for optional lens pouch.
  • Reviewers recommend the use of the bag for on-the-go photography.
  • Many users said that the backpack has a removable rain cover for unpredictable weather.
  • Testers noted that its quality is great.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A tester discovered that it is way too bulky and difficult to get into.
  • A reviewer mentioned that the outer pocket could be a little roomier.

Selected Reviews


Mtn Weekly

The combination of these two packs has enhanced my photography experiences beyond my previous dreams of never owning a dedicated photo bag system. With everything neatly stored in the Parallax and having my Photo Day ready for daily shoots I’m completely organized and ready for anything.

Posted 28 February 2011 by Kevin Krill – Read full review


Mtn Weekly

With everything neatly stored in the Parallax and having my Photo Day ready for daily shoots I’m completely organized and ready for anything. I’ll grab both packs for weekend outings and know that I can get anywhere and shoot anything my legs will take me too.

Posted 28 February 2011 by Kevin Krill – Read full review



About MightyGoods

Here at our site MightyGoods, we have checked thousands of reviews in order to build the biggest directory of backpacks, luggage, handbags and lots of other bags.

So far we have checked more than 2,1 million reviews!

Using our bag review summaries, we aim to help you find the perfect bag without having to spend a lot of time reading an endless list of reviews.


Last update on 2018-12-08 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Tweet
Share
Pin