The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
The Jumper
$109

$119

The Jumper

94 reviews

⚠️ WARNING: The Jumper has sold out 3X this year. Select your preferred color before it's too late!

This is a small camera backpack. Compact, lightweight, and functional. The Jumper uses dividers to configure your camera setup.

Please note: The Jumper is not compatible with the Brevitē Insert. 

Dimensions: 17" x 11" x 5.5"
Volume: 18L

 

5 Killer Colorways

⚫️ Triple Black

🌊 Moonlit Blue

🌲 Pine Green

🌕 Boulder Tan

🍋 Lemon Yellow

Customizable To Your Needs

Removable padded dividers allow for a:

- Full frame camera.

- 70-200 lens or DJI Mavic drone.

- Two additional lenses.

Quick Access Door

Quick Access Door

Need we say more?

Front Access Door

Front Access Door

Simple yet sophisticated. Has all of the functionality you need to get the job done.

Side Tripod Strap

Side Tripod Strap

A well placed G-hook and an expandable water bottle pocket to help keep you steady.

Bottom Tripod Straps

Bottom Tripod Straps

Good things always come in pairs. Two tripod holders for double the steady.

Enough Room For All The Necessities

Enough Room For All The Necessities

Slinky.

Rubiks Cube.

The Raddest 1995 Mixtape.

Walkman.

Jean Jacket.

Back Panel Passport Pocket

Back Panel Passport Pocket

Fits:

✅ Fits up to iPhone 11 Pro Max.

✅ Fits your Passport.

✅ Fits your Boarding Pass.

  

Doesn't fit:

🚫 Emotional baggage.

🚫 More than 25 scrunchies.

🚫 PB&J Sandwich.

Front Organizational Pocket

Front Organizational Pocket

Smart and stretchy. 

16

16" Macbook Pro Laptop Sleeve

Because it's hard to edit photos on a 13".

Fit Guide: 5'3

Fit Guide: 5'3"

Female.

Listens to Nirvana.

Successfully raised her Tamagotchi. 

Fit Guide: 5'8

Fit Guide: 5'8"

Female.

Exclusively wears plaid. 

Questions what happened to Crystal Pepsi.

Fit Guide: 6

Fit Guide: 6"

Male.

Recently downloaded Netscape.

Prized possession: N64.

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4.7 Based on 94 Reviews
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JJ
04/03/2020
JAIRO J.
United States United States
Good back pack. That's doesnt get all puffy.

The back came in great with just one detail in the bag dangling in one of the cavities. It could just be a minor quality control issue. Not sure if it's a common thing. All other cavities look to be in tact with all stitching in place.

RS
03/29/2020
Ruth S.
United States United States
Absolutely perfect for adventures on the trail and in the city

This bag is fantastic. I can easily fit my huge telephoto lens (600mm!), a small lens and my camera body. The side access and organization compartments work perfectly and I love the cheerful yellow color.

NP
03/28/2020
Nick P.
United States United States
The Jumper Does it All

I appreciate the minimal look of the Jumper. The overall aesthetics is quite beautiful. Not only does it function like an everyday backpack, but also as a camera bag. The versatility is absolutely great. I can store my essential camera gear along with other small accessories in the main compartment while there is a separate compartment for a laptop. The front pocket offers different storage spaces for a small field notebook, pens/pencils, and more. If I don’t want to take my camera gear, I could simply remove the dividers and use it as a standard backpack. If I could change anything, I would make the main compartment zipper line a bit longer than a 180 degrees. Also, I wish the back of the bag had some ventilated cushion to allow air flow. Lastly, I would add sternum straps to help the load off the back. But other than that, great bag! I would definitely recommend if you’re looking for a multi-functional and minimal EDC.

DW
03/28/2020
Douglas W.
United States United States
Decent bag but a little pricey

The bag is one large compartment that’s divided by Velcro partitions. If I had known the top of the bag wasn’t permanently partitioned I wouldn’t have purchased the bag. You have to be careful of the weight of items in the top compartment or it can cause the Velcro partition to come undone and items to make their way into the camera section. The padding is ok if you’re gentle with the bag. Don’t expect to drop it on the floor or onto the table your gear will be jostled pretty good. The front pocket is decent and I like the organization. The straps aren’t the most comfortable but they’re not terrible. The bag seems well made but it also doesn’t feel like it will take much abuse you’ll need to take care of it so if you’re hard on your gear this may not be for you. The tripod straps are ok they seem to work and the water bottle pocket fits normal water bottles just fine. Laptop compartment works for 15” mbp. Overall it’s a decent bag but it’s not worth $119 in my opinion. I would go up to 4-4.5 stars if the bag was in the $60-75 price range. For $119 I’d rather spend the extra $80 and get a nicer bag with more protection and a dedicated camera compartment.

JR
03/27/2020
Jackson R.
United States United States
Best bag I’ve ever had.

Throughout my life I had been searching for the perfect bag for my lifestyle. Something that would be an everyday carry. I tried every manufacturer you’ve heard of and the obscure ones but nothing compares to this. It is the perfect bag, with an incredible amount of function. I carry my laptop and work essentials alongside my camera equipment and audio recoding gear. Everything has its dedicated spot and fits perfectly. I will probably buy a second one in a different color and stash it in a closet for a few years in case I tear this one up.