OGIO No Drag Mach 3 Backpack
Designed for motorcyclists
I use the bag everyday for work and I can get everything I need in it (Laptop, Ipad, shoes,camera and other things I require). It is smaller than other bags but the clip on the shoulder strap is great for getting the bag on and off when I have my jacket on. This is also more expensive bag than others its size but it is by far the most comfortable bag to ride with I have ever had and after a year the bag still looks almost new. Good quality and stylish but the price will turn some away.
January 14, 2015
I use this bag for commuting, has plenty of space and some great compartments. One for a laptop that fits my MacBook Pro, several for other electronics, and cellphones. Has a compartment for an extra visor, which is great for when I work night shift at work and need my clear visor with me. Unlike a normal backpack you'll never have to worry about it becoming unzipped and your stuff falling out because of the design. Super durable, has a hard outer shell and some good quality zips and buckles.
January 19, 2015
Stylish, functional, aerodynamic backpack. Sturdy and lightweight. Just what I needed!
January 5, 2015
nice sleek design and comfortable
nice sleek design, comfortable with plenty of space and protection for whatever you place in the bag.
December 22, 2014
This is my second riding backpack, the other is a Kreiga R25. I love them both. This was bought as an everyday bag after my ancient Ogio day pack finally wore out, and I use it for daily commuting on and off the bike. It's durable, ergonomic, and spacious, with a smart layout of the interior compartment. I particularly like that the opening is against your back and hinged at the bottom, so it's really impossible to leave it open by accident - even if it were unzipped, wearing it would hold the flap closed.
The R25 has a slightly better and more secure fastening system, and the (removable) Ogio belt strap is more awkward, but the Ogio pack is secure enough on the bike, and has small elastic loops on all straps, which can be used to secure excess length. Kreiga's buckling system works better and is a little more comfortable, but this is fine too.
The included visor pouch is a nice feature, and holds the visor against the outer shell of the bag, minimizing the amount of space used. The bag comes with a (detachable) helmet loop and a pouch that can be attached to the straps, but I don't find myself using either. The pouch is just big enough for a wallet/phone/keys with is good, but the attachment loops let it slide around on the straps, and I find it a little uncomfortable and awkward to wear and use.
The bag's stiff shell means that it can't really be smushed down to fit in oddly-shaped places, but I have successfully jammed it under an airplane seat (in economy, no less) without a problem. It's about as large a pack as I'd want for travel/commuting, but will fit ok in most spots, like overhead racks on commuter trains.
It's a really well made bag, and while the shoulder straps are not as comfortable and ergonomic as Kreiga's, it's still very good. I prefer the Ogio's opening and interior layout to the R25. My past experience with Ogio leads me to believe it will last a long, long time.
December 4, 2014
It looks good, It works great, and it worths every penny
October 20, 2014
Great option for commuting
I bought this backpack after recommendations from a few friends. It supplements my tailbag as a luggage option, and it will be used for commuting. I like how all straps and zippers are on the inside, and it has a hard protective shell. It is also nice looking..
November 30, 2014
perfect for motocycle riding
Could have a exterior compartment.
November 18, 2014