Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW

Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW is a compact camera bag to carry a DSLR camera with attached lens, laptop, tripod and multiple accessories, plus a few personal items. The bag features All Weather AW Cover protects camera and gear from the elements with Rain flap lids cover zippered closure and offers added weather protection for camera and accessories, and Hideaway Tripod Mount with foldout holder secures compact tripod or monopod include SlipLock attachment loops allow addition of optional accessories. The Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW has exterior size 13.0W X 10.4D X 17.9H in./33.0 X 26.5 X 45.5 cm, interior size 11.2W X 4.5D X 15.2H in./28.5 X 11.5 X 38.5 cm, and weighs 4.7lbs/2.1kg.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW User Reviews

Wonderful Camera Backpack
“I unloaded my old camera bag and placed my Olympus into the new Lowepro bag. There was lots of room, and everything that I had stuffed into my old bag easily fit into the Pro Runner 350 AW. The central camera area has adjustable Velcro compartments that are heavily padded. The Velcro is super good. I know `cause it took me quite a tug to get the compartment adjusters ripped out….” – By Alan Dale Daniel
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent Camera Backpack
“The large compartment has dividers that are held in place with Velcro, which enable you to customize compartment size for your individual gear. These are not cheap little dividers, but well padded with strong Velcro. They should stay in place and protect your equipment for a long time. The inside of the main compartment also has some smaller pockets for flashcards, etc. All the pockets are zippered or Velcroed. If you have very large lenses, they probably won’t fit, but for a couple of extra lenses, you can design the interior to hold your equipment…” – By Alain B. Burrese
Rating: ★★★★★

A serious backpack
“This is a serious backpack…it’s meant for carrying camera equipment but would work well for anything you want to protect against breakage if there’s a bit of rough handling. The backpack contains many well-padded compartments, and I really like the way the compartments are implemented…they’re not sewn in place, but are all done using velcro so they can be moved around, resized, etc to fit whatever odd-shaped gear you are carrying.” – By Mary Jo DiBella
Rating: ★★★★☆

This is the standard by which all backbacks and/or camera bags should be judged
“This backpack is a well-designed alternative to a traditional camera bag and laptop bag. It is well-padded and has sturdy zippers. This makes it quite heavy – this may be a consideration on some budget airlines that weigh hand luggage. The camera bag section can easily take two camera bodies, 8 lenses and a power system. The Velcro that holds the compartment dividers in place is strong. “ – By Angela M. Hey
Rating: ★★★★★

This is the standard by which all backbacks and/or camera bags should be judged
“This is a sturdy backpack designed to take a fall and protect its contents. The main inner compartment is lined with velcro so that the user can re-arrange its 10 inner pieces in any number of ways to fit your needs, including completely removed. Great for cameras, computers, cell phones and any other sorts of electronics you may want to protect. “ – By DWD
Rating: ★★★★★

If you really want to carry everything
“I was looking for a bag for vacations and short trips to carry everything in one package: my laptop, Nikon D90, Speedlight, monopod, Nikon 18-200 lens, Sigma 150-500 lens, personal items & accessories, such as chargers, batteries, and some carry on items for flights. With all of the pockets and adjustable compartments, I can do all of this with room to spare! I really like how the tripod/monopod holder secures the pod from sliding in any direction. Yes, this bag when loaded is bulky and somewhat heavy but the shoulder and waist straps are well padded and designed so that it is more comfortable to wear than I would have predicted.” – By Rick A. Robertson
Rating: ★★★★★

A Very Good Bag with One Caution
“The straps are well padded and very comfortable. The back of the bag, where it comes in contact with your back, is also well padded adding to the comfort. The whole backpack is quite comfortable to wear, especially for a bag of this size. The bottom (belt) straps tuck into a compartment on the back of the bag when you don’t need them. If you’re going to be wearing it for a while, the bottom belt is also well padded, holds the bag more securely and helps to support the weight. This bag loaded down could be quite heavy. If your dashing through an airport or taking it on and off a lot, the top straps work just fine. “ – By Todd
Rating: ★★★★☆

Lowepro again delivers on a quality made and versatile product
“If you are familiar with Lowepro products, then you already know the quality and innovation of which they are capable. This bag delivers the same without question. For times when you need all of your gear in one spot, being able to move about or to another location easily, this one fits the bill. The movable dividers provide the utmost configuration for whatever your needs may be. There are plenty of pockets and even a place for a laptop (albeit a *slim* place for a laptop.) A 15″ MacBook Pro fits into the laptop slot just fine, with plenty of padding.” – By Sparky Jones
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW Features & Specifications

The Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW Backpack (Black) is designed to carry and protect a Digital SLR camera with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8) plus 3-4 lenses or flash, accessories, laptop with a widescreen up to a 15.4″, tripod or monopod and personal items. It can also hold a notebook computer with a screen up to 15.4″. It is made from weather-resistant 600 denier square rip-stop polyester with a padded interior plus removable, padded inserts and adjustable dividers. The pack has an All Weather AW Cover that protects the camera gear from the elements. It also has rain flap lids that covers the zippered closure and offers added weather protection. There is a Hideaway Tripod Mount with foldout holder that secures a compact tripod or monopod. The SlipLock attachment loops will allow the addition of optional accessories. The backpack is carried by a webbing grab handle or adjustable, thickly padded shoulder straps with 5 adjustment points.

Construction
* Weather-resistant exterior 600 denier square rip-stop polyester
* Padded interior
* 210 denier nylon PU (polyurethane) Velex lining
* Removable, padded inserts with adjustable dividers
* Buckle and zipper closure

On Board
Meets current FAA specifications for carry-on luggage

Specifications are subject to change; always check with the carrier

• All Weather AW Cover protects camera and gear from the elements

• Rain flap lids cover zippered closure and offers added weather protection for camera and accessories

• Hideaway Tripod Mount with foldout holder secures compact tripod or monopod

• SlipLock attachment loops allow addition of optional accessories

Pockets
* Mesh side pockets
* Discreet front pocket accommodates a light jacket, cell phone or MP3 player
* Memory card pockets on inside lid
* Zippered document pocket

Carrying options
* Webbing grab handle
* Adjustable, thickly padded shoulder straps with 5 adjustment points
* Padded mesh back pad
* Side compression straps with quick-release buckles
* Tuck-away waist strap


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