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Icon Squad 3 Mil-Spec Backpack
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Icon Squad 3 Mil-Spec Backpack

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. *While the Squad3 is built with water resistant fabrics, Icon highly recommends the use of an aftermarket dry bag for any electronic equipment.


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Icon Squad 3 Mil-Spec Backpack 4.2 5 35 35
Good Bag, Highly Visable! Not sure if it's because I'm 6 ft 1 and rather slim, but the bag fits perfectly on me and is one of the most comfortable bags I've ever used while riding! Can't speak on long-term durability yet, but seems to be a well made bag. In my opinion worth 70 dollars instead of 100. April 19, 2014
Beats having to wear vest and reflective belts on backpacks. The bag hangs a little low, could have been raised about an inch on the straps. Some of the stitching is already coming apart, but overall I am content with the product. Very roomy inside. April 16, 2014
Great Visibility on the road. I use this backpack when I ride to work. I do not need a lot of space so the small size is no problem. So far it seems very well made. April 12, 2014
Good - Could use minor design changes I used the backpack for the first time this morning (in Australia). One of the reasons for purchasing the Icon backpack was its ability to hold my security pass externally. However the location of the pouch on the shoulder strap hindered my ability to conduct a proper shoulder check when changing lanes. I wear a full face helmet. The pouch should be lower on the strap. March 19, 2014
Nice pack but odd fit I ended up returning this. It seemed like it was pretty well made and I liked some of the features it had but the fit was a little strange. The top of the straps are connected to the pack in such a way that you can't pull it up on your shoulders at all. The backpack just sits in the middle of your back which was awkward and too low for my riding. The size was just right for going to work and carrying lunch and a few little things but it just didn't fit me or my bike quite right. Revzilla was great about returning thanks! March 18, 2014
Awesome! This backpack is nice for everyday commute. But just like some say, quality could be better. If you're a short rider like I am, they don't have the option to pull up the bag towards your shoulder just like a regular backpack. The weight would shift the bag back when you're riding. They do have the part where on your right and left side you're able to tighten it, but that's just to tighten the sides, not adjust the length of the bag on your shoulders/body. Other than that, great bag, nice compartments. March 6, 2014
Decent pack for the price...time will tell on quality Recommend because way better than wearing a jacket, a vest, and still a pack. Much better ride at only $100 My MAIN GRIPE is the ID holders have hook side of the velcro on both sides and snagged my chin curtain each time I would check my blind spot. By the time I got home it was pretty much all pulled and tore up from trying to stick to the velcro. Now I have to buy a new one. My $600 Shoei looks like it's falling apart from underneath. I ended up just taking the wallets off, good idea and I like them but WHY ISNT THE TOP SIDE SMOOTH???? crazy how this wasnt apparent during testing. Bought this for military base use only. Good pricing but the pack really is super small for it's outer dimensions, but on the flip has decent padding. Only rode it twice so unsure on durability but doesnt look too rugged, treat with care January 28, 2014
good bag , poorly made seems tear easily. most of the pockets are useless because the seems all tear easily and do not hold a lot of weight December 24, 2013
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Icon Squad 3 Mil-Spec Backpack
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Taylor B: I'm required to have a high vis vest when I ride on base and this was perfect considering it was high vis and doubles as a backpack. Apr 20, 2014
Issac R: Been looking for a good riding bag. Seeing how I don't carry much but a couple of phone chargers and my lunch on a daily basis, figured this would fit the bill. I'll be back soon to give a better review after a little ride time. Mar 23, 2014
Daniel L: Great pack Mar 18, 2014
A S: Need somewhere to put my uniform while I ride to work and I like the look and style of the bag. Mar 8, 2014
Rose B: This backpack is highly visible and doesn't seem too bulky which will work great for when I'm commuting to work and back. Feb 25, 2014
Kao S: carry light snack and water for a work.... Feb 4, 2014
David V: I liked the design, the color and, according to reviews, it's a good product Dec 10, 2013
Carlos J Soto V: I choose this bag for the low profile and the access on the shoulders pockets for my wallet and cellphone. Not too much space you can fit a 15" laptop your jacket liner extra gloves and clothes and a few snacks good for a day ride. Dec 2, 2013
Thomas Y: Needed a carry pack for both adventure riding and mountain biking. Dec 2, 2013
Daniel G: I loved how it essentially is a reflective vest and backpack all in one. Perfect for carrying my 15" laptop around along with plenty of other items. Nov 13, 2013
Anthony B: They let the deaf drive but not the blind. Bright orange backpack says "HI, I'M RIGHT HERE!". Nov 13, 2013
Donald P: This back pack works great. It's low profile and the High-Vis Yellow meets the requirements on the military base where I work. It's light and comfortable with enough room to carry a Macbook Pro, and external drive and bunch of GoPro gear. Sep 18, 2013
Patricia K: The main reason is because it has ID holders that are easy to access. Another reason is because i can put an ipod and run the earphones up the straps Sep 9, 2013
david r: visibility Aug 19, 2013
E T: I bought this because I look like a black power ranger in my gear so i'm pretty invisible at night. This should help with visibility. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: What are this product's dimensions? What are the dimensions of the laptop compartment? Apr 17, 2013
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RevZilla: The external dimensions of the pack are approximately 19 x 11 x 5 inches. The internal laptop compartment dimensions are 17 x 10.5 x 1.5 inches. Apr 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will a camel bak bladder work with this? Feb 25, 2013
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Sean M: I think it would @Fjrrider. I have generic camel back and with a little work to both pieces of gear you could probably have a pretty sweet setup (perhaps velco, I need to try this now haha).

Just placing the bladder in the Icon bag may be a little awkward though.
Apr 2, 2013
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Thomas K: There is room for the bladder in the laptop compartment but there isnt really a good loop for the hose to go through to route to the front so you would need some sort of retention clip. I've used plastic mil-caribeeners for non specific packs before Jan 28, 2014
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RevZilla: This backpack wasn't specifically designed to hold a water bladder, but there is enough room for one inside of the pack. You would need to get creative when securing the hose for the Camel Bak though as this backpack does not have loops for one. Feb 26, 2013
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ThatOneGuy87: Yes it would. I never thought of this but I'm gonna start caring the bladder for this weekends ride. It's not designed to work with one as far as I know but I'll improvise & make it work. Mar 18, 2013
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