The Think Tank Little Stuff It! V3.0 is part of the Think Tank modular belt system V3.0 and is a compact and versatile bag designed for a point-and-shoot camera, a 5.5" smartphone, memory card holder or a variety of other small accessories The bag can be attached to any Think Tank belt or backpack and has a padded main compartment and a stretch pocket on the front. A rain cover is also included, which is stored in the bottom compartment, and can be placed single handed to protect the bag against the elements. The bag also has a pocket with zipper in which stowed items are safe, the bag can turn or be fixed in place on a belt, and a handle is intended for carrying of the bag.
Features of the Think Tank Little Stuff It! V3.0
- Suitable for the modular belt system V3.0
- Can be attached to any Think Tank belt or backpack
- Space for a point-and-shoot camera or smartphone
- Lined main compartment
- Stretch pocket on the front
- Rain cover stored in bottom box
In the Box
- Think Tank Little Stuff It! V3.0
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