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OGIO No Drag Mach 1 Backpack
  • OGIO No Drag Mach 1 Backpack - Stealth Black
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OGIO No Drag Mach 1 Backpack


  • Streamlined, single shot molded exterior is nearly waterproof and will not deform from wind shear
  • Shoulder gasket conforms to body and increases aerodynamics
  • Removable, off center hip belt won’t scratch gas tank
  • Large main compartment with multiple interior storage compartments
  • Interior organizer panel
  • Ergonomic, padded and fully adjustable riding specific shoulder straps
  • Concealed aerodynamic carry handle
  • Fully adjustable and removable no slip sternum strap
  • Interior padded laptop sleeve with elastic closure fits most 15” laptops
  • Padded iPad/tablet/e-reader sleeve
  • Hydration ready
  • Custom Ogio logo and trims
  • Dimensions: 19" H x 12.5" W x 6.5" D
  • Weight: 1 Lbs.
  • Capacity: 1350 Cubic Inches
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This backpack is perfect for day tripping. Long story short. If you want a backpack that is comfortable and made well then this is the one for you. It holds enough for a day of travel (expandable size helps) fits very comfortable and straps are great. Everything is adjustable. I'm 6ft3 230lbs and it fits my frame with little adjustment. The waist strap would be better if it buckled in the middle rather than the far side. Otherwise I have no other complaints. Looks good feels good and price is good for the quality. Even though I may look like a hero in a half shell it's much better than most of the competing bags out there. Ride safe. July 21, 2015
Nice bag but rarely use Use my 20L Kreiga more often as it holds all I need most days, but this works great when I have a extra stuff to haul along with me. July 14, 2015
It looks like its intended to look like. If your getting it for the looks and style this is your bag, Frankly I recommend something bigger specially if you don't want saddles on your bike. -second issue the straps flutter in the air at high speeds and they become annoying, -what I did like, has a small strap to hang your helmet on for when walking around,. -stealthy look -and the actual bag is pretty aerodynamic aside from the straps. July 13, 2015
the best motorcycle backpack I've tried so far! Combines awesome with my Dainese suit and stands good over the jacket's back protector. July 13, 2015
Excellent backpack, no drag and very comfortable. Have been using this for about a week so far on my Honda CBR 500 RA. SO MUCH better than the old laptop backpack I was using! It does encourage me to sit forward a bit more with better posture as well I've found. The padding is very comfortable. I'm 5"7 and I do find that it bumps the base of my neck a little and is about an inch or so too low near my hips, but otherwise really good. Had it one for about 45 minutes on one ride, was in love with how much better i felt on the bike with no wind pulling at me! I can comfortably fit a spare visor, two water bottles and my lunch in the main part of the compartment, but adding my shoes does make it bulge a little. This was WITHOUT using the expansion zippers mind. I quite like the extra security of the chest and waist straps (although the little zippered waist pouch is NOT water proof. At all.) Highly recommend! July 13, 2015
Expensive but no regrets WHY: Recently I’ve tried (and failed) to move away from riding with a backpack altogether but after looking at my options (tail/tank bags… etc) I have begrudgingly accepted that a backpack is in fact, the best option I have for my daily commute. I do have a set of really sweet and spacious Givi V35 hard bags that can be mounted on my bike, but most days I don’t carry enough items to require lugging around the two hard bags. Also, I definitely prefer the handling characteristics of my bike without them. For overnight or longer road trips, I would use them for sure, but for my daily commute I wanted another solution to carry my most essential supplies. Back to the backpack options… I used to carry around a tactical style 5-11 3-day MOLLE backpack which would fit all my daily supplies easily but it started getting worn and ragged from riding with it all the time. Not to mention I would have sore shoulders every day from the wind trying to rip the bag off my back at highway speeds (most of my commute). Mostly for this reason, I decided that my next backpack would be a purpose built motorcycle backpack instead of a more ‘hiking’ oriented one. After spending a couple of weeks doing research, reading reviews, and looking at different brands and styles, I decided to go with the Ogio ‘No Drag’ series and then I decided to get the top-of-the-line Mach 5 version. THE GOOD: It has an excellent assortment of internal pockets and trick features like the separate padded laptop/tablet pockets, shoe holders and built-in visor pocket… Basically, It fits everything I need for my daily commute with ease (keys, lunch, wallet, laptop, i-pod, various chargers/cables, extra clear helmet visor, phone, go-pro/accessories, pens, notepad, rain gear (pants and jacket), first aid kit, pliers, screwdriver, hex/allen keys, and tire pressure gauge – whew! I think that’s everything). If the standard size isn’t enough, there is an expansion zipper on the Mach 5 that allows you to cram more things in if needed. It has an additional helmet leash to 'hands-free-carry' your helmet on the right side of your body. Good weight distribution when fully loaded and riding. No heavy spots. Almost NO felt wind resistance #and subsequently less shoulder pain than a typical backpack causes# at prolonged highway speeds. No movement/shifting in crosswinds. This is a huge problem with a typical backpack. I always see other riders with their backpacks falling over to one side! Specially designed back padding creates a cooling channel of wind right down the center of your back #even when carrying a full camelback water bladder#. The Mach 5 comes with an extra waist strap with a small pouch for items like wallet, keys, or other small items you may need quick access to. Last but not least… Cool looking design. THE BAD: The external surfaces of the bag are so delicate that any nick or scratch is immediately visible and depending on your OCD level, this might drive you crazy. You’ll have to get used to not throwing your backpack around or laying it on its back. The main compartment opens up from the underside of the bag, which requires you to lay it down on its back each time you go into it, see the above comment for why this is frustrating. #I open it by sitting it upright on my work chair so that the back rests against the cushion of the chair# When in the fully tucked riding position the back of your helmet makes contact with the top of the bag. CONCLUSION: If you have to ride to work on a daily basis and are looking for a backpack you should definitely consider this option. It’s not cheap, but it’s surely one of the more comfortable options for riders and may be worth the money to you depending on how much actual time you spend riding at highway speeds. That said, there are three different trim versions. Taking all that into consideration, any version of this bag would be better for highway riding than your typical soft-bags or hiking backpacks simply due to the hard-shell design that reduces wind resistance, and fatigue over time… For me the bottom line is this... If I'm going to spend 2-3 hours per day going 70 mph on my motorcycle I want to make sure I do it comfortably with as few distractions as possible so I can stay 100% focused on the road. Wait! I think I just justified the purchase of this bag as “safety equipment” July 8, 2015
Everthing you need for the everyday rider! I purchased this backpack about 3 months ago because I needed something to carry my stuff to and from work. I work in a corporate company so I have to wear a suit everyday but I ride my bike everyday to and from work. So I leave my suit at work but bring a new shirt and a pair of shoes in my back everyday. The buckle mesh pouch inside the back is great to keep small items in place without shifting around and the shoe compartments are the best. I also carry a clear visor with me for night rides and that compartment is great to have. Everts time I go out with people comment on how cool the bag is. I love it!! July 6, 2015
Great Backpack I use this bag everyday and it is great! Plenty of pockets to store the various things I take with me to work everyday. It is comfortable to wear and isn't getting blown around by wind when I'm riding, even at speeds of 90+mph. The one thing that I wasn't exactly happy about is that there is only 1 pocket that secures closed but I bought some self adhesive Velcro strips and remedied that problem with ease. June 29, 2015
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C D: Aerodynamics, weight, looks. Apr 24, 2015
Elena N: My boyfriend drives motorcycle and don't have a good backpack, when I am thinking about his protection. I saw a few guys wearing this backpack on motorcycles and I kind of like it. After I've read all features, I could't not to buy it, plus his bday is coming. Apr 23, 2015
connie b: My son requested for Christmas! Dec 10, 2014
Greg J: looks slick and not overly expensive Sep 23, 2014
ryan C: awesome... Jun 3, 2014
A S asked: Will this backpack fit a large gaming laptop with the dimensions 16.85” x 11.34” x 2.17”? I want an extremely aerodynamic backpack, so I would like to stick with the OGIO No Drag product line, so if my laptop would not fit in this one, which of the No Drag backpacks would it fit in? Nov 27, 2013
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DAVID M: I would think it would fit a larger laptop? It's pretty roomy inside. I'd check with OGIO to make sure. Dec 9, 2013
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Tomas H: 17x11 would be very tight fit and likley uncomfortable Dec 9, 2013
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amos J: Yes it fits Dec 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this backpack allow the shoulder straps to unlock when taking on/off, the same as the mach 3/5? Oct 27, 2014
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Frank D: No, the straps are adjustable but do not disconnect from the backpack. Oct 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Ogio Mach 1 pack and similiar Ogio packs offer any crash protection? Dec 6, 2012
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RevZilla: OGIO bags do not offer any type of crash protection. The only 2 bags with some type of crash protection are the Alpinestars Protection Pack Backpack and the Alpinestars Tech Aero Backpack. The Protection Pack actually comes with a Bionic Back Protector, whereas the Tech Aero does not. The Tech Aero requires the customer to purchase the back protector separately. Dec 6, 2012
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A shopper asked: I will need to store some sneakers in the bag when i travel, does this bag have enough room? Oct 14, 2012
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RevZilla: The OGIO No Drag Mach 1 Backpack has enough room to accommodate a pair of sneakers amongst other items. If you are looking for a bag with a larger capacity, we recommend checking out the OGIO No Drag Mach 3 Backpack and the OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack. I have an older model of what would be considered the OGIO No Drag mach 3, and I can fit a pair of shoes, laptop, change of clothes, extra visor, and a lunch in there no problem. Oct 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is "nearly waterproof"? Dont want my laptop to get water when riding. Aug 29, 2012
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RevZilla: Nearly waterproof means that the OGIO No Drag Mach 1 Backpack is water resistant, but will not guarantee 100% waterproofness. We would recommend you to look at the Alpinestars Slipstream Backpack, which is completely waterproof and will not allow your laptop to get wet. Aug 30, 2012
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A shopper asked: Does this backpack have a helmet hood like the less drag model? Jun 22, 2012
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RevZilla: The OGIO No Drag Mach 1 does not offer the helmet hood of some other OGIO models. Jun 26, 2012
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stealth Black / Mach 1 822133 123008.36 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours