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Firstgear Torrent Waterproof Backpack

The Firstgear 20L Torrent backpack has air-mesh padded, adjustable ergo backpack straps that provide a secure anchor and are designed to work with your riding jacket. Channeled, air-mesh back pads ensure comfort and breathability. The sternum strap and waist belt ensure rock solid stability in the riding position.

Features:

  • PVC tarpaulin fabric is tough, durable and long-lasting
  • Sonically welded seams ensure true waterproof integrity
  • Strategically placed D-rings, handles and webbing straps for easy attachment to your motorcycle

Dimensions:

  • 18"L x 10"W
  • 20L capacity
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Firstgear Torrent Backpack 4.7 5 7 7
Great Backpack I bought 2 of these - one for me & one for my wife. We ride Dual Sport bikes, and frequently get wet and muddy. For the first few rides, these backpacks have held up well, and have been waterproof, so far. The only real negative is lack of mounting straps. The pack has 2 on the bottom, but to secure the top, you'll need to attach bungees to the handle strap, which isn't as secure as I'd like. A large bungee net is probably a better solution. December 4, 2014
Great quality. Great price. Small. Single internal pouch. This product was great quality at a great price. It's small but I knew that off the bat. The only drawback beside size is the singleness of the large internal space. August 14, 2014
Great backpack for the price I got this for my husband. We've used it for getting groceries home (it holds a surprising amount of stuff). He keeps his spare rainpants in it as well. It's definitely very waterproof. The bag looks nice, has a good amount of carrying capacity, and does not feel noticeable when it's worn at highway speeds. The only downside in my husband's opinion is a lack of pockets/compartments within the bag, but it's otherwise a fantastic value for the price. June 30, 2014
Functions as intended, but disorganized This backpack does exactly what you're buying it for: keeps your stuff dry. My only problem with it is the lack of compartments. There is a front mesh zipper pocket which can hold smaller items like pens and things. There are two side zipper compartments that are really small--I guess they're for things like your wallet or ID or something. And then, there's the one big inside compartment where most of my stuff goes. I find it troublesome to dig through half of my things to get to one item, as opposed to a school backpack, where there are multiple compartments to organize your things better. Other than that, it does a much better job at keeping my things dry versus a school backpack or something similar. June 23, 2014
excellent pack great pack - very well made, exceptional functionality, truly waterproof, nice big main compartment, the front zip/mesh compartment is a nice size, the side zip pockets are very small but good for pens, credit cards/DL, keys, etc. the shoulder & sternum straps work great & the back pad adds some stiffness. this is a great, simple pack for riding, hiking, work, school, anything. February 28, 2014
Excellent Good size bag. Not overly big. Great quality and for the price of a waterproof bag, it can't be beat. The only thing that I would change, is the buckle that clips around the chest. It is small and could be a little better. Other than that, it's an awesome bag. 2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer XC February 3, 2014
Great bag!! I bought this to replace an very well used Ogio No Drag backpack, and did not want to fork over the cash on the Kriega R30. I mainly wanted a waterproof bag for my daily commute to work (100 mile round trip) and this has fit the bill. Everything is fully sealed minus the mesh middle pocket and with the rolled top the main compartment is completely sealed. I've been able to pack in a complete change of clothes, shoes, food, ect. and still have some room to spare! Where with my old Ogio bag i would be limited to a packed lunch and possibly a small jacket. My ONLY complaint would be the straps. There's no waist strap, only the shoulder and sternum strap. Although simple, the adjustment ends are sewn so once adjusted they won't be flapping in the wind which more than makes up for the lack of a waist strap. And to be completely honest i got used to it real quick and once on the bike the bag doesn't shift at all. I would highly recommend this bag, especially with the price point (and free shipping!) you can't go wrong for a simple commuting backpack. January 27, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Miguel A: I wanted a basic waterproof back pack that wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg. Dec 3, 2014
Jake L: Looks sick, WATERPROOF, reasonable price!!! Jul 14, 2014
Tim M: Price and waterproof. Jun 29, 2014
alan d: Great water proof seal, used it through a downpour, not one drop got inside. Also one of the cheaper backpacks out there, which is great, since i'm cheap. The main compartment can fit a lot of stuff, you can put your standard size laptop or tablet in there and still got room to stuff some books, shirts and chinese food containers in it. Jun 10, 2014
Jose C: For a waterproof backpack for mountain biking and motorcycle riding. May 12, 2014
Milan R: Supposed to be waterproof Jan 12, 2014
A shopper asked: Does it fit a laptop? Dedicated laptop sleeve or pocket or anything? Apr 23, 2014
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James F: I cN easily fit my 13" Mac book laptop and and iPad in the Torrent backpack and still have room for several books, a sweater etc. I hauled about 20 ilbs of groceries In it the other day. The bag main compartment is just that, a very large opening, no interior pockets and no laptop sleeve. There are two external zippers side pockets but they are not very deep. There is a mesh external pocket on the back. And there are two loops on the back one near the bottom and one near the top that you could attach things to. Apr 23, 2014
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Logan M: @A Shopper
Yes, you can fit a laptop of pretty much any size in this backpack. However, there are no dedicated sleeves or compartments in the backpack. Its basically a big waterproof bag with a surprising amount of space inside.
With that being said, I love this pack and use it everyday!
Apr 25, 2014
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alan d: Depends how big your laptop is, the average macbook should fit. and no it does not have dedicated laptop sleeve, inside only has one single big compartment. The outside has 2 waterproof zippered pockets, one on each side, then there's a mesh pocket on the back, that is not waterproof. Apr 24, 2014
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Chalene B: My 13" Mac Air Fits in there quite easily. You would be able to fit a bigger laptop in. There are no pockets on the inside. There is only the mesh front pocket (not waterproof) and the two small pockets on the side (waterproof) Apr 23, 2014
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Milan R: It is just one open pocket that gets rolled up for closure and then clipped. It is waterproof true. Possibly could fit a laptop just probably not a very large one. Apr 24, 2014
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Bernardo P: It does fit a laptop but does not have a dedicated pocket for it. Apr 23, 2014
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AnneMarie M: Yes it fits a laptop but does not have a dedicated pocket Apr 26, 2014
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Burton O: I carry a 17" dell laptop in it. Apr 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is that strap with the spring loaded clip for ???? Sep 12, 2014
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Damian C: I assume you are talking about the chest strap?
Nothing special, just stops the shoulder straps from separating...common to many backpacks
Sep 14, 2014
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Milan R: It goes across your chest to lighten the load from your shoulders Sep 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the weight of the product? May 13, 2014
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Daniel P: I don't have a scale but it's not heavy at all. Holds allot of stuff, could have made the way it closes look nicer but serves the purpose very good. May 25, 2014
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Krzysztof K: 2.014 lb. May 14, 2014
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