Mountainbiking with a DSLR, no barbag

Started Nov 23, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Mo Kwart
Mo Kwart Contributing Member • Posts: 660
Re: Mountainbiking with a DSLR, no barbag

I also ride and would never tie a camera to the bike. I found a chest holster pack from ClickElite that comes with good shoulder straps. I rode with it for about four hours and had my slr in hand in seconds. Trouble is that I use a hydration pack as well so I have two shoulder strap systems to deal with. I hiked with this system for five hours yesterday and found it a livable solution.

ClickElite has solution that looks real good. I just have not gotten to it yet. You can unsnap the shoulder straps that come with the ClickElite chest holster and click the holster onto the front of their own hydration pack's straps.  You are then sandwiched between a chest holster and a ClickElite hydration pack of your choice with one set of straps. Looks like everything fits real nice. Looks like a winner to me.

Good luck.

Mo

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