Moshi Announces Arcus Backpack

The popular company Moshi has announced here at CES the Arcus backpack that you are for sure going to want to check out to start off the New Year.

Moshi Announces Arcus Backpack

Inspired by the shape of an arcus cloud is Moshi’s Arcus bag, a backpack made for the traveler as well as the photographer in us all. Retailing at $229.95, the Arcus backpack comes with an additional camera insert which will set you back an additional $49.95.

Moshi Announces Arcus Backpack

Made up of three compartments, the crush-resistant top compartment can handle your sunglasses and headphones even after a drop. The main compartment is made to carry you from work to the gym, and back home again with plenty of space for your workout clothes, shoes, jacket and more. To the rear of the device is the full-length padded electronics compartment which can comfortably fit up to a 15-inch laptop, tablet and smartphone, without being thrown in there with all of your sweaty gear.

Moshi Announces Arcus Backpack

If you choose to get the Camera Insert, you can transform the Arcus into a truly transportable photography bag. Lined with microfiber for scratch protection for your lenses, the Camera Insert by Moshi all while featuring three dividers that can be customized to protect a DSLR body, lenses and additional accessories. Accesible through the side-loading panel of the Arcus, you can easily access all of your camera equipment without fumbling through the rest of your bag.

On top of these great features, the Arcus will feature two discreet zippered pockets on the back to safeguard your important items like a passport or wallet (take that thieves!). With padded airmesh fabric lines, the shoulder straps promise you ventilation and comfort. There’s also an included sternum strap that will support your back if the bag gets too heavy for you as well.

All of this in ONE bag? Take my money! For more information on Moshi’s Arcus backpack, as well as the camera insert, head over to Moshi’s website today.

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