Jill-e Camera Bags Designed Just For Men

Posted: Oct 24 2008, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:13am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

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Guys who travel with lots of gear like multiple cameras, lenses and a laptop know that finding a good bag to keep all that stuff safe and organized can be hard. The bags often look cheap and are made cheaply which makes putting thousands of dollars of your gadgets in them a gamble many don’t want to take.

A bag company called jill-e designs has announced a new series of camera bags designed just for guys called the jack Professional Camera Bag for men. The jack comes in three sizes including a medium size, a messenger bag, and a large rolling bag. All bags use Velcro dividers inside to keep gear organized and are covered with weatherproof Colombian leather. The medium bag sells for $229.99, the messenger sells for $279.99 and the large rolling bag is $349.99.

“When we were conducting our market research to determine the wants and needs of female photographers, we found that many male photographers also have a healthy sense of style – that photographers, regardless of gender, have more fully developed creative sensibilities, which is what makes them so good at what they do,” said Jill Wight, Owner/Partner of jill-e designs.

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