I've bought LowePro bags for my cameras for years and have always been happy with them. They use good materials, solid construction and sensible designs.
This bag, however, cofounds me. The problem, you see, is that this case has two compartments. A pocket on the front for storing memory cards and small sundries which has a large, flap-over, cover and a velcro closure. The main camera pocket opens around the edge and towards the rear of the case and has a "double zipper" closure. It has the usual belt-loop (with velcro and press-stud safety closure) on the back and it's made out of heavy duty nylon so it can take the scuffs and knocks of travel.
It's the two enclosures that get me every time. When it's been looped onto your belt, the first thing you find when you reach down to open it is the large velcro'd flap-over lid to the front pocket. If this provided access to your camera it would be fine - you could open it and take out the camera with one hand. But it doesn't. INstead you need to reach round (typically with two hands) and carefully unzip the two zips to the main camera compartment - I say carefully because the zips on the the case work like a clam-shell and once open the camera is far more likely to fall.
I'm sure this design seemed like a good idea at the time, but in use I've found it to be extremely cumbersome and eventually frustrating - to the point that I'm looking for an alternative. I couldn't recommend this.