In today’s world of camera accessories, camera bags tend to scream luxury or showcase branding of a particular manufacturer.
This struck a chord with Miguel Hurtado when his camera was almost stolen during a visit to Brazil. Hurtardo learned that few photojournalists working in the field use dedicated camera bags and realized a need for subtle, durable alternatives. The result is Able Archer, a label offering military-inspired bags with simple silhouettes and minimal detailing. Available in three colors to represent different environments, leaf for tropical, cement for urban and cand for arid, the styles are ideal for specialized journalists and those looking for a humble travel receptacle. Head over to Able Archer to purchase your favorite.
Author: Tamar Vanderhoek