We field tested the new Incase SLR backpack over the last week, and were very pleased with its performance. Straight away we were keen on its outward appearance. The minimalist design does not scream “camera bag.” The bag holds a surprising amount of gear for its relatively compact size. It fit under the airplane seat even with a tripod strapped to the side of it. Usually bags with this type of capacity tend to be bulky and awkward.

We brought this bag along to a couple of shoots during the recent NYFW, and down south to the High Museum in Atlanta. It held up swimmingly in each setting and during transit. Aside from looks, some of our favorite features include:

-Hammock style quick top access

-Complete customizability of main compartment

-One of the best laptop sleeves we have seen, in terms of placement, accessibility and padding

-Surprisingly comfortable to wear, even when it is fully loaded

Photography: Jacob Breinholt/Highsnobiety

Take a look at the bag in action after the jump.

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