OGIO No Drag Mach 1 Backpack
Comfortable & they thought of everything
I agree with most of what TX1kSRR mentioned.
The difficulty in turning your head is the most noticeable issue with this pack. This only affects me laterally though, and since I usually tuck under my windscreen and look more down and to the side rather than lateral this isn't much of a big deal.
The only other issue is when it is stuffed to the gills - extension pocket included - the bottom strap is hard to snap in (I'm in shape so for you big fellers this isn't for you if you'll be maxing it's capacity).
I rode from Phoenix to San Diego and back with shoes, sandals, laptop, clothes and toiletries with this puppy and it was Super comfortable at speeds I shouldn't have been riding. I can't really comment on sweat since I live in a desert & SD is 72 all year 'round. The little pouch that slides on the bottom strap is perfect for cash, keys, cards & ID too and it's small enough to be snug and non-inhibiting when tucked. Also the over-the-shoulder snap makes it really easy to take on & off.
I recommend it 95%.
July 28, 2014
Great over all, just needs a few things to be perfect
First the bad,
The clips are a little flimsy.. I would like to see a sturdier main clip for the sternum clip and waist clip.
When you put a pair of shoes size 10 1/2 the holders seem to be more of a hassle then a helper, also makes the back portion budge out and you have to shift the back around to get it to fit right.
When you wear a helmet the bag makes it hard to turn your head around when in an attack position.
100 degree heat and a 45min ride.... better ring out your shirt when you’re done.
Able to put a shirt, shoes, and work items in the pack without worrying about getting things all dirty or wrinkly. Like the way it feels secure on your back while riding, does not sway back or forth. Looks great! Easy to put on and off with a jacket on
July 28, 2014
Excellent for any Rider
I love the design of the pack. It's difficult to find a pack that is aerodynamic enough to ride with since most are easily pushed and pulled by the wind. However the style of this pack is so well designed I can barely tell that I'm wearing it while I'm riding. The storage capacity is amazing. I can fit all my books for my classes of the day and my 15 inch laptop with no problems. My one and only complaint is that the waist strap is a little short but that may be a personal problem I guess. Overall I highly recommend this to anyone who travels for school or for a job this is your backpack. It won't set you back a huge amount of money so pull the trigger and get it from Revzilla, reached my place in three days.
July 24, 2014
Great and practicle.
I was looking for a first backpack. I was recommended this product by a co-worker who used to work at a motorcycle store. I was not let down. This product has room for extra clothes, my technology, and weighs nothing. I love it. Recommend this to everyone.
July 21, 2014
Expensive, but it's all awesome
Fit is great, space is great, it's a great package. Convenience of the visor slip is awesome, and the overall finish of the backpack is great. Gives plenty of space, and the pockets all work out great. Only knock is that it's pretty darn expensive, and we will see how durability plays out. Too soon to tell.
July 7, 2014
Great product but could use a few fixes.
The bag is awesome. Very comfortable and practical. Can hold a good amount of stuff in it and still be comfortable to wear. The only downfalls I've found so far is that the little cell phone pocket felt out and also the waist clip broke when I was tightening the strap. Other than that I love the bag so far.
July 7, 2014
Great and looks great
Love this bag, it is vers i use it for work, then rugby training and also general outings! love it on and off the bike
July 1, 2014
This backpack would be great for a overnight trip or a situation where a change of clothes are needed. The shoe holders are a bit small but shoes can be squeezed in. The visor pouch is a very nice addition. The bag fits and sits nicely on the back.
June 26, 2014