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Pack up, roll out…it’s how we live. When the moment calls, it’s time to bug out and hit the blacktop with all the necessary gear in tow. To accomplish this, Icon engineered the ICON Squad 3 Backpack specifically for those that ride day-in-day-out. Revised and reimagined for the daily grind at legalish speeds. Updated graphics, a laptop specific pocket, unique front closure system, 360-degree reflective materials and our ICON Tri-Fit Closure System. It’s a backpack built with the rider in mind.
UNIQUE RIDING CHEST STRAP SYSTEM WITH AIR MESH BACK PADDING
INTERNAL POCKET CAN HOLD A D3O BACK PAD (SOLD SEPARATELY)
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M A: It's unique and cool looking backpackNov 15, 2014
Ricardo S: I have owned a lot of Icon gear, and it has all held up well. I needed a form fitting bag, and this seemed to fit the bill well. Held up ok to daily use for a while, but the liner ripped out after about 9 months. The water resistant zippers also started having trouble over time, with fraying and catching. The bag is still usable, but probably won't hold up to weather at this point. Still a great bag overallOct 18, 2014
jacob e: Needed a better bag for going back and forth to work and doing over-nighters at the girlfriends. this bag has the awesome compartments up front to store my phone for music.Aug 3, 2014
Tjomas L: I needed something for commuting to work, unfortunately this is too cramped to be very useful. A quality product but unfortunately too small for most situations.Jun 16, 2014
N I: Great backpack, a bit overpriced. Style and features excellent, though. Not waterproof.May 5, 2014
Victor P: Needed a nice strong Backpack and a regular backpack just doesn't cut it. I like that you can strap the front straps together and also cant beat the price!!Apr 24, 2014
David M: needed a low profile back pack. The video help me make the choice.Apr 13, 2014
travis b: evryone needs a backpack and who doesnt love icon!Apr 1, 2014
THOMAS M: Love the military design. Looks stealthy, and has all the compartments I'm looking for.Mar 11, 2014
Joshua C: Love Icon and liked the reviews and shape, it still holds up great and is awesome for keeping the weight in the middle of my chest instead of on my shouldersFeb 28, 2014
Luke H: Needed a cool bag for everyday riding to work, and short trips to places or an overnight stay somewhere. Wanted to be able to stow it away very easily. Had a hard time choosing, but I think this is the bag for me. May get a bigger bag for longer trips as well.Feb 14, 2014
C O: Before I got my current bike (2011 Victory Vision) I didnt have any cargo capacity at all so I got this bag. I like the look of it, the little splashes of reflective tape, and it seemed pretty well made. BUT!!!! you can hardly fit anything in it. It doesnt expand very much at all. Couldnt even pack my heavy duty hoodie in it.Feb 12, 2014
Tammi C: My son needed a backpack for riding his cycle back and forth to work. As it was to be a Father's Day gift, I told him to pick a good one. He chose you guys after doing research. Thank you.Dec 1, 2013
Daniel B: I frequently need access to ID and cards during quick stops and not many bags offer this option.Nov 20, 2013
kevin s:I have owned this backpack for about a year and I can say that although I have not tried fitting those specific items in the bag, I would NOT COUNT ON IT fitting. I put a pair of shoes int his bag everyday when I go to work and have mere inches left on teh other pocket to stuff htings in.
I am confident that you could fit an Ipad and shoes in and MAYBE a little lunch (but nothing full-course).
And of relevance is that this pack is not very wide so the laptop question is best-answered with my asking you....how wide is your laptop? Cause this bag is only 8-8.5" wide....Feb 20, 2014
Christopher A:Up to a 14" laptop and shoes will easily fit. There is a front pouch that fits my shoes. I am a size 10.5 mens just to get an idea. But I'm talking business shoes or sneakers, not workboots. The laptop is snug. so I don't think a larger laptop would fit. I don't have an ipad, but it seems it would fit but it would be tight in between the shoes and laptop.
You can probably fit a sandwich on top of the shoes. But not a major lunch lol
Alexander J:depends how big, the bag isn't huge. It will certainly fit your ipad and laptop. It would probably fit your shoes if you squish them, and your lunch if it was in a hard case it would probably squish anything soft. I use it to commute to work every day but I usually just have my lunch and a book. I've shoved a sweatshirt and sneakers in there once and they fit but it was tight.
Hope that was helpful, sorry there was some rambling.Feb 20, 2014
Yi-Hsing C:It's possible to fit all of the above, though it would depend on how big your lunchbox is as it will be a tight fit, as for durability, if you plan on stuffing it to its limit or carrying heavy loads get a bigger bag. This bag is ripping at its seems for me already. Ps. The little storage pouch behind the top icon sign ripped 2 weeks into using it.Feb 19, 2014
TROY D:You can fit a laptop for sure, IPad for sure, and a small lunch, such as a sandwhich and juice box. However, shoes most likely not especially if they are nike sneakers or boots....definitely not. The pack is flat and compact. However, you could fit flip-flops with all of the rest of your goodies. I hope this helps!
Robert H:I actually tried this out for you. Technically, a laptop (Lenovo Yoga), a tablet (Sony Experia), shoes (loafers or light athletic shoes) and a light lunch WILL fit in the bag but it's going to be pretty full at that point, and not particularly light. Don't expect to get too much else in it.Feb 20, 2014
RICHARD D:Thanks for the responses...very helpful. I have a 13" Macbook Air and like Christopher A pack business shoes. I am currently using an Under Armor backpack. However, I wore it on Saturday here in PHX and it was warm; I might opt for a tank or tail or saddlebag solution instead.Feb 24, 2014
Jeanine A asked:HI, I'm interested in getting this pack for myself, however I want to make sure my laptop fits as it's a 17". It's pretty slim at 2cm so it won't take up too much depth, but I was wondering if the inside pocket could accommodate something between 28.5cm-30.5cm? Would you please help me out with this? Thanks!Dec 3, 2014
Ruben G:Hi Jeanine I don't have an actual 17" laptop to check but I measured the bag and it looks tight. It takes a 15.6" with ease though. I'm sorry I couldn't be more helpful and hope that helps.Dec 5, 2014
A shopper asked:Description states an "external loading strap for helmet or jacket" - this is the selling point for me. I assume is that vertical buckle strap in the middle on the back, but that looks low. If I strap my helmet onto this, will it bounce around on my lower back when I walk, or is the entire helmet secured to the bag?Apr 18, 2014
Robert H:Yes, the vertical buckle strap is supposedly for that purpose. (There are no other attachment points that would work.) However, there doesn't seem to be a good way to prevent a helmet from bouncing around if used that way. [Likewise, it's not that good for securing a coat, either.] After having used it, I'm a bit disappointed that they didn't come up with a better system.Apr 25, 2014
Alexander J:It is just that one vertical strap but you could use it either way. You could have the strap through the chin piece and hang it off the bottom, which wouldn't allow for much movement because there is a thick section at the bottom that will hold it in place. Or you could finagle the strap through the chin and over the top and hold it in place on the backpack itself.Apr 25, 2014
Michael C asked:Does this product have a convenient holster for drinks or bottles? Ideally something like those found on some non-motorcycle casual backpacks, with a simple nylon mesh and elastic band on the side for convenience. I've found this feature to be one of my favorites. Thanks.Nov 11, 2014
A shopper asked:HI, I'm interested in getting this pack for myself, however I want to make sure my laptop fits as it's a 17". It's pretty slim at 2cm so it won't take up too much depth, but I was wondering if the inside pocket could accommodate something between 28.5cm-30.5cm? Would you please help me out with this? Thanks!Dec 3, 2014
A shopper asked:Since this pack is kinda like a vest with the front buckles is there a size chart to it ? I'm a bigger guy and wear icons 5xl brigande vest currently . will this pack fit? ThanksJul 7, 2014
Jerrime B:I'm not quite sure how it will fit for you but all my icon jackets are a Large and somewhat loose on me. Ive had to tighten the straps all the way down for it to be snug. When the bag is full, it will be kinda awkward depending on how u pack it. Otherwise, I say go for it and if it doesn't fit you can return no problem.Jul 7, 2014