The overall goal in designing the bag was to build a bag that you would carry every day – no matter what kind of camera or work kit you have with you. As such, the bag will contract or expand for a variety of options.
It includes a dedicated laptop and tablet sleeve and has easy access to the front panel, which contains a number of smaller pouches for photography accessories.
Check out the Kickstarter campaign video below.
In four days, the Peak Design Everyday Messenger bag crested the $1 million threshold and still growing, which is over 10 times its goal of $100,000.
Peak Design says it anticipates the Everyday Messenger to retail for $250 but is offering up pre-orders via Kickstarter for $195 each. There are a number of other tiers available, including a $5,500 package that includes all of Peak Design’s products and a New Zealand Adventure Photo Workshop with Trey Ratcliff.
There are still almost two months remaining in the Peak Design campaign, which you can find here on Kickstarter.