Behind the Design: Outdoor Photographer Michael Clark and the Rover Pro AW

Filed in Pro Photographers, Products, Reviews by on September 18, 2012
Michael Clark with Rover Pro 45L AW. © Marc Romanelli

Michael Clark with Rover Pro 45L AW. © Marc Romanelli

Internationally published outdoor photographer Michael Clark works in all kinds of extremes. He carries his valuable gear on countless assignments and ‘tortures’ it in some of the roughest conditions one can imagine. He took our Toploader Pro AW to Patagonia some time back and braved frigid conditions, rocky terrain and wild weather in order to get his amazing shots.

We are thrilled that he not only influenced the design, but tested our newest outdoor pack – the Rover Pro 45L AW – during the past few weeks.

The first mountain-style photo pack in our collection, the Rover Pro AW was built for all kinds of terrain and all kinds of outdoor shooting scenarios. Michael took his pack for a rock climbing trip in the canyons near Santa Fe, New Mexico to put it through its paces. You’ll want to read his blog for his first-hand impressions of the trampoline-style suspension system, modular camera cases, adjustable shoulder straps and other premium, wilderness-friendly features. And we know all of you gear heads will love the shots of what Michael fits in his pack. Check it out!

To learn more about Michael Clark’s most recent work and upcoming workshops, visit his web site.

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