This ain't a bad little back pack. It's a little small so if your planning a trip longer than a day your clothes won't fit I could barely fit 3 shirts one pair of jeans and a pair of chucks and that's with the expansion zipper opened so for anybody wanting to use this to move allot of things they won't fit. The molded back is nice and had a carbon fiber print to it so it looks tough but just throwing the back on the floor and it hit the wall it adds little dimples to it is more molded soft plastic I guess what you find in the padding on a motorcycle jacket would be the best way to describe it but it is nice you get alot of compliments wearing it.
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I have used it for a week. I fell of my bike with it and it bearly got a scratch on it.
This is the first motorcycle specific backpack that I have owned. I purchased it after reviewing several other backpacks on your site. It was clear that much thought had gone into each feature of this bag. Although it was more expensive than some other bags, the no drag feature, no outside zippers or compartments and the water resistant inside lining were big selling points. I have carried it a few times. I really like it.
First of all the backpack looks awesome with on the outside with the carbon fiber look and the reflective piping which also makes you more visible at night. Very comfortable for daily use or weekend trip. It's a little bit on the expensive side but if you're daily commuter like me, you can look at it as an investment. First of all the backpack looks awesome with on the outside with the carbon fiber look and the reflective piping makes you more visible at night. The clip-on shoulder strap makes taking off the bag easy and the helmet carrier comes in handy when you don't feel like leaving your helmet on your bike. It's very aerodynamic and it sits in place on your back on and off the bike. It has well placed organizer pockets inside. It has specific pockets for an extra helmet visor, laptop, tablet, hydration pack, shoes, pens or pencils and other small items. In the inside of the shell you can fit a few clothing items or a jacket perhaps. There's also a load divider which you can use to keep everything in place. On the outside you have a fleeced lined pocket where you can put sunglasses or a smartphone. It also comes with a removable waist strap that with a pouch on it where you can put your wallet, keys or other things you might need at hand. Keep in mind is a backpack specifically made for motorcycle riders so it might take some getting use to the backpack due to the shape and how everything is placed on it, but it's worth it.
Overall, one of the best motorcycle backpacks on the market. A bit expensive but worth every penny for the daily commuter since it's a high quality backpack backed up by Ogio's lifetime warranty. But for the price I think they should've at least included the hydration reservoir with it.
If your planning a day trip this will fit it all. The hard shell takes some getting use to, but a good backpack.
475 cubic inches / 24.17 liters expanded
20.5"H x 14.5"W x 7"D