- Product Info
- What Fits
Organize your accessories. Stash tech gear or personal items in the protective Padded Gear Pouch. Plush, individual pockets keeps cables, cords, adapters, dongles, and other accessories from bumping to each other. Also holds electronic devices like phone, tablet, Kindle, Nintendo Switch. Protects gear from nicks and scratches.
All our products are crafted locally in our workshop by the most skilled sewing team in San Francisco.
- 1050 Denier Ballistic Nylon
- Waxed Canvas
- Naturally-tanned leather accents
Weight & Dimensions:
- Compact: 9.5" x 5.5" x 1.3"; 6.5 oz.
- Full: 9.75" x 6.25" x 1.75"; 7.5 oz.
- Padded interior pockets
- Self-locking zippers
- Fits accessories of all kinds
The Padded Gear Pouch comes in two sizes offering flexible storage. It's really up to you what you store inside, all while keeping a thin profile.
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The padded gear pouch carries and provides protection for the DJI OSMO Pocket and expansion accessories; GoPro shorty tripod and PolarPro Cinematic filters.
What is full grain leather?
Full-grain leather has a super tight grain so it resists moisture very well, and it's strong and durable. It will last a long time and develop a beautiful patina at it ages.
What is the difference between ballistic nylon and waxed canvas?
Both are extremely durable materials. Ballistic nylon can take a pounding and will look the same years down the line. Waxed canvas takes on character and nicks and scrapes giving it a " been around the world" look. You can't go wrong with either.
What is a locking zipper?
When the YKK zipper is folded down the zipper "locks" and prevents the zipper from sliding.
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