HEX X Rory Kramer Cinema Backpack

  • Deep design for cinematic gear ie. Canon 1DX with lens attached
  • Padded waist belt for additional lumbar support
  • Stash pocket on waist belt for quick access to memory cards, cash, etc.
  • Quick access into the main¬†compartment from top and side
  • Large adjustable mesh water bottle pocket
  • Fits Up To 17" Laptop
  • ID/Business card holder
  • Organizer in front pocket
  • Large mesh zipper pockets on interior
  • EVA Foam Protection
  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Adjustable Interior dividers allow you to customize your setup to your gear
  • Exterior Tablet/Phone Pocket
  • Thick padded shoulder straps with air mesh lining
  • Tripod Straps
  • Custom Geo Camo coated canvas, treated for water resistance
  • Non-skid accents
  • Custom YKK¬Æ HEX zipper pulls
  • High contrast orange tricot lining
  • Dimensions: 20"L x 12.5"w x 6.75"H
  • Volume: 27.6L

HEX has recently collaborated with respected filmer Rory Kramer to produce a signature Cinema Backpack that meets the demands of Rory’s supercharged needs.  Rory is well known for his creative and immersive style of filming and editing.  He is an adrenaline junkie who has been the videographer for anyone from Justin Bieber to The Chainsmokers.  He is also the creator of the MTV show “Dare To Live”.

Rory’s life and style fit perfectly with HEX’s design ethos of “Innovation, Authenticity, and Community” and so the partnership was born.

Rory needed a pack that could carry his cinematic gear – specifically a Canon 1DX with lens attached.  Most bags are not deep enough to accommodate this even though it is a standard go-to camera for the filming community.  He also needed a bag that would travel well on his long days of terrain trekking.  Rory has scoliosis, so designing a system of implementing additional lumbar support was key to him to reduce the load carried through his shoulders and back and re-distribute that weight onto his hips and legs, which are much larger and more stable muscle groups.  He also wanted multiple access zones for his various needs, laptop storage, and plenty of extra gear pockets.  Oh, and it had to look great.  Rory has always had great style, so this was something that could not be overlooked.

This project took over a year to bring to completion through many meetings with Rory.  Prototype designs were made and field-tested by Rory and then modifications were made from the results of those tests until we arrived at a backpack that both Rory and HEX were proud to put their names on. 

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