VEO Select 42T GR Pilot Style Pro Roller Case/Shoulder Bag
The two-in-one roller trolley bag that converts into a shoulder bag packs a lot more than you would imagine. Carry a professional level kit with two tripods and multiple accessories.
- Meets carry on size for most major airlines
- Customisable internal storage space
- Also holds up to a 16” Laptop plus a tablet
- Easy access via top of the bag
- Four-wheel trolley with double bar handle
- Well padded and secure
- Includes seam-sealed raincover
What can I fit in the VEO Select 42T GR Pilot Style Pro Roller Case/Shoulder Bag?
It’s customisable 370 × 160 × 330mm (14 5/8 × 6 1/4 × 13 inches) interior will allow you to fit a pro level of kit that includes 1-2 pro DSLR/mirrorless cameras with a grip, 7-8 extra lenses (up to 300mm f/2.8), a flash unit, a 16” Laptop with a 9.7” tablet and multiple accessories such as memory cards, cables, batteries and a charger. Your kit can then be accessed fast through the top, or through the front panel.
You can also fit up to two tripods, the main tripod pocket is discretely tucked away on the side when not in use. Attach a second tripod or monopod via the straps provided on the top of this roller bag. Alternatively, the interior can be removed, allowing you to use it as everyday luggage.
Easy to use in airports
The ultimate airline photography bag, it has four wheels and a solid double bar handle making it incredibly easy to maneuver around the busiest airports. When required, simply use the padded handle on top of the bag to lift the roller bag over any obstacles or just attach the shoulder strap to use as a traditional shoulder bag.
Secure and well-protected
Protect your pro-level equipment without using padlocks, the front panel is secured with double security buckles that prevent the zips being opened to expose your valuable equipment. Extra tall wheels and a reinforced base protect your gear from the lumps and bumps of everyday life.
The high-quality material is also water-resistent and also comes with a seam-sealed raincover for the more extreme weathers.