Outfit your customers with support for their bodies and cameras (or drones) on their next trip outdoors with these latest products.

By M.T. Elliot

Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag 
This bag keeps cameras within reach, and can expand or collapse accordingly, thanks to its FlexFold dividers. The main body holds a full DSLR, three lenses and small accessories. Travelers and commuter will like the dedicated tablet/laptop pocket and front easy-access panels to hold all those everyday-life items even photographers carry. $250

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Leki Micro Vario Carbon DSS Poles 
Antishock comes to folding trek poles thanks to Leki’s new Dynamic Suspension System (DSS). At the top of the category are the all-carbon folders — the Vario Carbon, and the more compact, Vario Carbon Lady model — weighing under 17 ounces. The poles adjust from 110-130cm via the SpeedLock 2 locking system, and collapse down to 15-inches so they can ride inside your pack instead of attached to it. $220


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LowePro DroneGuard Backpack 450 AW 
This quadcopter backpack uses FormShell for rigid outer protection and an innovative divider that rotates to accommodate Phantom or 3DR Solo drones. Batteries, props and RC/transmitters fit in pouches attached to the sides and bottom. There’s a tablet pocket in the body and an armored top pocket for sunglasses or phones. Lowepro’s SlipLoc loops allow for add-on pouches and easy-access items. $250

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Black Diamond Helio Fixed-Length Ski Poles 
The lightest of the light, these represent the bare essence of a ski pole. The inflation-molded carbon fiber poles combine flex and strength, yet weigh less than some single trek poles. Part of Black Diamond’s Fall 2016 Ski Mountaineering Series, the Helio poles sneak in features like a hooking point for binders and buckles and include options for a trek basket and rubber tip. $300

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Thule Legend GoPro Backpack 
Designed specifically for GoPro cameras, the molded protector at the heart of the bag fits three GoPro cameras, a LCD Touch BacPac and extra batteries. On the outside are a few shallow pockets for small items photographers want to grab without digging; like a battery, clamp or phone. Two integrated mounts turn the bag into a Steadicam, aided by straps around the waist, torso and neckline. $200

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