Think Tank Streetwalker Review, Pros and Cons

Think Tank Streetwalker is rated 4.6 based on 8 reviews


Feature Summary


Think Tank- Street Walker
  • Vertically thin design with contoured top
  • Removable seam-sealed rain cover
  • Carry monopods and tripods in the bottom front pocket
  • Unisex contoured harness with air channel
  • 9.5" W x 17" H x 6" D (24 x 43 x 15 cm)


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Think Tank Streetwalker:

Reviewers like these things about the Think Tank Streetwalker

  • Many users thought it’s the perfect size to haul back and forth to work for lunchtime walk and shoot around the city as well as street photography.
  • Some users find this bag extremely flexible.
  • A lot of photographers are amazed with its huge capacity as it easily fits camera, lenses, gloves, small flashlight, various cleaning items, a few filters with room to spare for other items.
  • Some reviewers chose it for its great build quality.
  • A lot of users find the waterproof cover very useful in keeping its contents dry under rain.
  • A number of users thought that everything about this backpack speaks to quality materials and craftsmanship.
  • Some users said that one of the reasons for choosing it is the excellent depth for all pro and battery gripped cameras.
  • Others noted that all zippers work easily and feel secure.
  • Some reviewers find the interior adaptability excellent.
  • A number of users said that comfortability and air circulation are very good.
  • Many photographers said that the tripod mounts quickly and easily and is rock solid when hiking.
  • A number of reviewers find the pack deep enough that lenses can actually be layered or stacked.
  • Others are so impressed with its intuitive designs and rugged durability.
  • Some are pleased to find everything in the pack is easily accessible and well placed.
  • Others thought the suspension works great at distributing the weight of the pack.
  • Abundance of compartments, durability of the materials, generous padding, grab handles, tripod holder, ease of access and solid construction are cited as the most favorite features of the pack.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Some users wish it had a place to stuff an ipad.
  • Other reviewers said that it’s well built but not deep enough for their taste.

Selected Reviews


Mac Sources

If you are looking for a solid camera bag, you can’t go wrong with either of these options from Think Tank. The company knows what they are doing when they are designing bags and what it comes down to is what your particular needs are.

Posted 21 December 2017 by Robyn – Read full review


Anthony Awaken

Out of the gate I am really impressed and excited about this bag! I feel like it’s going to be a phenomenal backpack to carry to a variety of indoor and outdoor photoshoots. And will make an excellent travel bag as well.

Posted 6 May 2017 by Anthony – Read full review


ePHOTOzine

It is true that not everyone needs such a deep bag so the thinner StreetWalker is the bag to look at.

Posted 25 July 2010 by Will – 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