Peak Design Everyday Review, Pros and Cons

Peak Design Everyday is rated 4.34 based on 442 reviews


Feature Summary


Peak Design Everyday Backpack 30L (Charcoal Camera Bag)
  • Holds 2 DSLR Bodies & 3-6 Lenses
  • Dedicated 16" Laptop Sleeve
  • Three Flexfold Dividers Protect Gear
  • Built-In Expansion with Maglatch System
  • Exterior & Sub-Divided Interior Pockets


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Peak Design Everyday:

Reviewers like these things about the Peak Design Everyday

  • Users thought it’s a great everyday backpack with so many options for internal storage.
  • Some love the hidden pockets and straps feature of the bag.
  • Many users were surprised with how carries weight extremely comfortably.
  • A lot of reviewers thought the construction is top notch,with keen attention to detail and stitching.
  • Many users find the access panels helpful as it allows them to keep the bag off the ground when switching lenses.
  • Some users find the velcro inserts innovative and functional.
  • Many photographer who’ve used the bag appreciate how the built in straps secure their gear on the outside easily.
  • Some users thought the functionality of the inserts makes the interior very flexible.
  • Other reviewers liked how the front latch is easy to access yet secure and the laptop compartment fits their laptop perfectly.
  • Many users noted that the zippers are water proof and strong, bag material is water resistant and feels very durable.
  • Others loved how the bag sits firmly and flatly against their back.
  • Many users chose the bag for its fit,finish, details, and flexibility.
  • Some users thought it works great for airline travel.
  • Other users loved how the internal dividers arrange in many useful ways.
  • One user said it’s well engineered and functinal that he would buy it again without hesitation.
  • Many users loved the additional handle design on the side as it gives them a more versatile way to carry the bag.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Some users thought the strap length is a bit short for people with broad shoulders.
  • A reviewer thought top closure while innovative can be a pain to use.

Selected Reviews


The Phoblographer

The Everyday Backpack stands up to the daily abuses working photographers face living in an urban environment with ease, while holding its own when traveling or being caught in inclement weather without breaking a sweat.

Posted 8 May 2018 by Pauleth Ip – Read full review


Pack Hacker

If you’re looking for a stylish sling that will neatly protect camera equipment and other essentials on everyday adventures, the Peak Design Everyday Sling is more than worth the investment.

Posted 1 February 2018 by Caroline Ponessa – Read full review


The Phoblographer

I really, really like the Peak Design Everyday Sling 5L. In fact, it’s the first bag from them that I thoroughly enjoy. I don’t use their Tote anymore because I feel like Manfrotto makes a significantly better product. Their Messenger bag and I never quite got along, and I have yet to test their backpack for a prolonged period of time.

Posted 2 January 2018 by Chris Gampat – Read full review


The Gadgeteer

It is an expertly designed and stylish bag with great customization options. Multiple carry options is another advantage for the bag.

Posted 20 December 2017 by Julie Strietelmeier – Read full review


Shutter Muse

The Everyday Sling 5L is an impressive little bag for everyday carry with a small camera kit, or even just everyday carry in general. The weatherproof materials and zippers make it feel indestructible, particularly the awesome new stealthy black model which has a slightly different material style to the Ash and Charcoal bags available elsewhere in the Everyday lineup.

Posted 1 November 2017 by Dan Carr – Read full review


Photography Life

To sum everything up, if you’re looking for a backpack that feels very modern and innovative, and you need an efficient way to carry small or medium-sized kits around on your travels, the Peak Design 20L Everyday Backpack is something I recommend.

Posted 2 October 2017 by Spencer – Read full review


Pack Hacker

The Everyday Backpack from Peak Design is truly an everyday bag for most situations. It will last quite a long time and provide a level of functionality and quality that is ahead of the curve when compared to other packs in its class.

Posted 28 September 2017 by Tom Wahlin – Read full review


Shutter Muse

It’s styled like an urban bag, but rugged enough to spend a good amount of time outdoors. From a functionality standpoint, I love it, and it’s by far my favourite of Peak Design’s “Everyday” series.

Posted 21 August 2017 by Dan Carr – Read full review


Tools & Toys

This one isn’t made out of leather, or hand-made in Italy, or designed in LA, but it’s still a masterpiece in its own right. I continue to be surprised by how well designed this product is, considering it’s really Peak Design’s second bag.

Posted 2 May 2017 by Thomas Wong – Read full review


Rush Faster

Regardless of whether you’re an action photographer, a design student or a frequent flyer, this bag allows for easily configurable storage and clever organisation of gear.

Posted 21 December 2016 – Read full review


Rush Faster

The Peak Design team have really done an excellent job of meticulously designing their first ever backpack.

Posted 21 December 2016 – Read full review


Rush Faster

It’s suitable for photographers, travellers, mums, dads, students, and anyone who likes to keep their everyday carry gear neatly organised.

Posted 21 December 2016 – Read full review


The Gadgeteer

It is a great organizer bag with good number of internal compartments. It also comes with a shoulder strap for comfortable carry.

Posted 11 December 2016 by Julie Strietelmeier – Read full review


Shutter Muse

What makes this bag particularly interesting is that it’s been designed to be a universal carry solution, not just a bag for your camera gear.

Posted 16 November 2016 by Dan Carr – Read full review


Shutterbug

The Everyday series are made from Kodra fabric that has a weatherproof, hydrophobic DWR coating. They feature weatherproof zippers, expandable designs, brilliant Flexfold dividers and unique custom hardware like the one-of-a-kind Maglatch closure.

Posted 19 October 2016 by Jon Sienkiewicz – Read full review


Shutterbug

They told me that the strap could be twisted upside down when the bag is carried on one shoulder. Maybe. I still prefer having a strap that’s engineered not to slip from my shoulder, especially on a bag so skillfully and thoughtfully designed as this one.

Posted 19 May 2016 by Jon Sienkiewicz – Read full review


Tools & Toys

Truly, Peak Design wasn’t lying when they gave this bag the Everyday’ moniker. Peak Design has succeeded in creating a messenger that rises above, ready to be taken on your most strenuous shoot yet or just another day at the office. No matter where my travels take me, I’m confident that the Everyday Messenger will be there beside me every step of the way.

Posted 12 April 2016 by Drew Coffman – Read full review


The Gadgeteer

It is a traditional messenger bag to everyday use. Perfect in size and comfortable to carry along with an additional camera holdster at the side.

Posted 10 December 2015 by Julie Strietelmeier – Read full review


Shutterbug

Although I’m not partial toward messenger bags in general, this product is great for covert carry. It looks like a high-end, modern bag that you might see on a Tokyo subway in the hands of a fashionably dressed salaryman. It does not scream out, “Cameras inside!” and that’s a good thing.

Posted 1 October 2015 by Jon Sienkiewicz – Read full review


Shutterbug

Although I’m not partial toward messenger bags in general, this product is great for covert carry. It looks like a high-end, modern bag that you might see on a Tokyo subway in the hands of a fashionably dressed salaryman.

Posted 1 October 2015 by Jon Sienkiewicz – Read full review


The Brotographer

The Peak Design Everyday Backpack is a jack-of-all-trades, without the “master of none” title, and definitely excels in certain things.

Posted 1 January 0001 by Ross – Read full review


Indie Traveller

This pack does cost a bit more than your average standard pack, though it’s a pack I’ve been extremely happy to use.

Posted 1 January 0001 by Marek – Read full review



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