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OGIO No Drag Mach 3 Backpack

  • Streamlined single shot molded exterior is nearly waterproof and will not deform from wind shear
  • Shoulder gasket conforms to body and increases aerodynamics
  • Bolstered back foam profile increases air ventilation
  • Soft neck shoulder straps increase comfort while riding and will not scratch helmet exterior
  • 360-degree retro reflective safety piping and logo
  • Removable off center hip belt won’t scratch gas tank
  • Zippered fleece lined personal electronics pocket
  • Large main compartment with multiple interior storage compartments
  • Fully featured organizer panel with zippered security pocket
  • Dedicated shoe storage compartments for the commuting professional
  • High visibility red interior lining
  • Ergonomic, padded and fully adjustable riding specific shoulder straps with quick release exit buckle
  • External helmet carry clip strap
  • Concealed aerodynamic carry handle
  • Fully adjustable and removable no slip sternum strap
  • Integrated removable soft Nubuck leather helmet carry strap
  • Interior padded laptop sleeve with elastic closure fits most 15” laptops
  • Padded iPad/tablet/e-reader sleeve
  • Hydration ready
  • Custom metal Ogio logo and trims
  • Dimensions: 19" H x 12.5" W x 6.5" D
  • Weight: 2.7 Lbs.
  • Capacity: 1350 Cubic Inches
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OGIO No Drag Mach 3 Backpack 4.3 5 83 83
Ninja turtle Well to complete the ninja turtle on the bike this is all you need. hold up well on the freeway and relatively comfortable. Stretching with it on though does not work due to the composite shell so keep that in mind. Works well as a carry on bag as well. took a four day trip to PA. Fit four pairs of jeans, four shirts, 5 chonies, and 5 pairs of sox, and my recording equipment and computer. over fill it though like i did and freeway speed in not fun but for a bag to take on a two day camp trip or to the grocery store you can't go wrong. 5 kittens in BA leather out of 5. April 2, 2014
For my riders that work hard for there money! I brought this product almost 2 seasons ago. and yes its holds up and very durable / only cons i have is that if you have bigg feet like me (size 13) you really wont be able to put shoes in the pack / and also the clips are not duriable. but overall ive enjoyed the backpack . March 13, 2014
Great fit and performance No drag is the key to this backpack. You don't even know it is on your back. Very comfortable. It is a hard shell backpack though. Keep that in mind. I always get compliments. Especially from the TSA guys at the airport. That's good because they see a thousand a day at least. The storage is solid. I commute with it and keep my laptop in it and plenty of other stuff. The main storage is spacious. Shoes are no problem and a jacket/shirt/etc. Good purchase. February 21, 2014
Easy on the budget I stuck with the back with the least frills and lowest cost. I am very happy with it. A lot of space. Stow and go. Am not missing the extra pockets and such the more expensive ogios have April 7, 2014
Great universal backpack I use this backpack for couple of years and really love Mach 5 design. Materials are great. Look is awesome! A lot of pockets for everything: Macbook Pro Retina 15", Nexus 10 tablet, work documents, wallet, spare shoes, great pocket for spare visor (I use dark smoke for day and clear for night rides), small separate pocket for sunglasses... And even with all these things in I was able to fit boardshorts, t-shirt, 59fifty cap and bottle of Jose Cuervo for a weekend beach party. Helmet carrying strap is amazingly helpful. Must say that I don't have cons to say. Maybe only that your back is sweating in 30+C (or 95+F) but in these temperatures not only back sweats. I tried a lot of backpacks but Mach 5 is the best so far. Sometimes I have not enough space in it... But in this case you need to buy tank/saddle/side bags. April 7, 2014
Great Bag It's easy to see that a lot of thought when into this bag. Nearly every feature is removable. Don't want to take the chest strap, waist strap, helmet loop, or visor pouch on your ride? Pull 'em off. Everything is highly adjustable and when everything is snug, the bag sticks right to your back and doesn't slide around at all - it's like it isn't even there. When your done riding, undo three buckles (on the chest, waist, and shoulder straps), and the bag slides right off, even when you're wearing it of full gear.. There are a handful of small details, like the elastic bands that keep the straps from flapping around, really put this bag in a league of its own. This bag won't replace your luggage on long trips, but it is perfect for commuting or short trips. -DJ April 5, 2014
Great Commuter Backpack! It's a great communter backpack. It's not terribly large, but I didn't want a big backpack for commuting to work. My HP ProBook with a 15.5" screen just fits in it, along with the usual wallet, checkbook, glasses, phone, etc. It will fit a light change of clothes too, or maybe some rain gear. I've not yet had to use the expanding feature, but I'm sure that will help if you need to stuff more items in it. It rides comfortably on your back, and I love the non-traditional loading from the backside. I've lost items from not zipping up an outside pocket on other backpacks. It's a bit expensive, but you get what you pay for in this backpack. March 17, 2014
Bill & Ted approve of this bag! This bag is great. Def worth the extra $ to get the Mach 5. Very worthy of excellent adventures! Durability; it's great. I've rode with it for a few months now and it is still like new. Haven't had any straps fray or rip at the stitching. No buckles have broken either. My last bag was from ICON and it busted at the seams even when it wasn't overpacked. Comfort; this thing is very comfortable. Unlike most bags that move around or feel like they unzip while you ride, this one stays in place. It stays in place even without the sternum and waist straps attached. True to its name, it's low drag. No more bag hopping around your back while you do the "speed limit". If you like to feel extra secure, you can use the additional straps on the waist and sternum, but as I said before you really don't need them. The shape of the bag allows it to form to your back turning you into an aerodynamic turtle of sorts. Ease of use; This bag is like a Swiss Army Knife. Okay, not really, but almost. There's a pocket for everything. Tools, gadgets, G.I. Joes, TPS reports, whatever, there's a spot for it. There's a spot for a hydration pack for those long hauls through the Mojave. There's a pocket that can fit a 15" laptop also, but… I don't really know anyone who rides around w/ a laptop especially since we all have smartphones these days. But it's there. There's enough room to fit a change of clothes and possibly a hoodie too. There are dedicated straps to keep your shoes in place also. A mesh net clips into the top of the bag to keep your clothes etc snug against the shell of the bag. The extra 2lt of storage is handy also. Lets you cram as much junk as you want in there without worrying about it busting the second you attempt to zip it up. As you can see, the shell is one solid piece while the zipper is in the back of the bag against the riders back. You don't have to twist-tie your bag zippers anymore or worry about them unzipping themselves. Great for keeping your mind focused on your ride instead of wondering if your Game Genie fell out of your bag on your way to Grandma's house. There is also one zipper pouch separate from the main compartment that is felt lined. It isn't that big thought. It'll fit a cell phone and a wallet though. Great place to stash your wallet instead if inside the bag so you're not undoing everything at the gas station when you're filling up. This bag also makes for a great makeshift weapon. The hard shell can really catch someone by surprise. I only know this because some buffoon pulled out the Micro Machine version of Rambo's knife on me and demanded money so I brought the wrath of the Titans down on his skull with my Mach 5. Guess he wasn't expecting a bag to knock him on his bum. So yeah, great weapon. (I, no does Revzilla or Ogio recommend or condone using this bag as a weapon.) Had to toss that in there for legality purposes. Bottom line; buy it. You won't regret it. Sleek, stylish and functional. Dress for the slide, not for the ride! March 13, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Azeez A: Drag Free & stylish Apr 16, 2014
reza z: sweet looking bag and functional too Mar 27, 2014
Sarah G: Birthday present for my husband who is wanting a better bag for riding. Mar 1, 2014
Mohammad A: it comfortable when you ride Dec 9, 2013
Gustavo O: i wanted a rigid backpack since a long time, and this one really like me.. it have a good space inside and is confortable on back. Dec 1, 2013
Nelson Ariel L: It's better thant the Drag 1 but not as expensive as the Drag 5 Nov 19, 2013
Anthony M: Best price vs quality in market Nov 12, 2013
Jeff M: Needed a new riding backpack and this one looked cool with functionality. Oct 28, 2013
Manuel C: I needed a commuting backpack and this one fit right on. I have been using it for a few months and I'm more than happy with it. The shoe pockets and all the space to have a change of clothes is outstanding. It also fits my 17" mac book pro which is awesome!
Highly recommend this product to everyone.
Oct 14, 2013
ian m asked: will a helmet visor fit inside OGIO Mach 3? Nov 15, 2013
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Zidan A: Yes, the visor will fit perfectly.. You won't be disappointed. Nov 16, 2013
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Gustavo O: Yes, will fit. But the inside size is not so big as it seems. Nov 15, 2013
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Mikhail B: Yes both my sparks and scorpion ones do. Nov 15, 2013
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Jason L: Yes a helmet visor will fit. Nov 16, 2013
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Art A: Absolutely. Nov 15, 2013
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Frederic N: Yes Nov 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the backpack wear well with a back protector built into my jacket or a back protector vest you wear under your jacket? I don't want it to feel awkward. Jul 28, 2012
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CenturyDragon: The inside part of the bag (the part touching your back) is slightly curved design, so I think a back protector that is well fitted should be no problems for this bag to go with it. I use a back protector too, a Wave G-2 (Dainese), and it works well there. Aug 13, 2012
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Nicolasacal: It would feel awkward... I got a Dainese jacket with an air g2 shield back protector and it isn't comfortable to wear both. New to unfit the back protector from the jacket. Aug 27, 2012
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martymacfly: Yes i have a dainese greyhound leather with back protector insert and the shape of the bag fits well Mar 11, 2013
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RevZilla: Certainly! The use of a back protector should not affect the fitment of the backpack. Jul 31, 2012
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A S asked: Is there an opening near the top of this pack for the hydration hose? If so, I'm curious if it is big enough to fit a racquetball racket handle...as I don't believe this pack will be tall enough to fit the racket completely on the inside. Feb 10, 2014
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A S: But safe to say that if I wanted to carry a racket in the bag, but wear said bag over both my shoulders it wouldn't work? Pictures make it look like the zipper is hidden under the fabric when being worn and having a racket protruding wouldn't allow the pack to lay flat on the rider. Feb 13, 2014
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Andrew B: The pack has a double zip that goes all the way around the perimeter of the bag. I frequently carry racquets, handlebars etc in it with the zips closed until they meet the handles, usually over one of my shoulders. You will have no trouble with a squash racquet Feb 10, 2014
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David V: Sorry for answering late, the opening at the top is only 2 inches wide enough for the hose, I have a racquetball racket myself and it did not fit. I hope this answer your question. Feb 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: toshiba satellite p755-s7100 17in Jul 13, 2012
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RevZilla: This pack is designed to work with laptops up to 15 inches. However, not all laptops are created equal so it is possible that a "small" 17inch laptop could fit. We would recommend measuring the dimensions of your laptop and then calling our customer service line, or calling Alpinestars at +1 (800) 438-2577. Either way someone should be able to confirm if your specific laptop will work or not. Aug 14, 2012
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CenturyDragon: I've got a 15.6" laptop and it fits well, with a 17", I think might fit, but you might want to go for the next size up version, as it would be tight I think. Aug 13, 2012
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dfgfchjvhjkhjkl: Yes, I can just squeeze in a very bulky alienware 17in, doesn't leave a lot of room Jan 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this backpack waterproof and safe enough for computer from moisture? Mar 9, 2014
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Francisco O: Yes, it is I bought it for school and work and sofar I haven't had a problem with moisture on my computer. Mar 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: If not, where can it be bought? Apr 23, 2013
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RevZilla: The OGIO No Drag Mach 3 Backpack does not come with the hydration bladder, however, we do have the Thor Replacement Hydration Bladder here for sale. The 3 Liter would fit, but not leave much room for other things, so we would recommend going with a 2 Liter bladder. Unless, of course, you have the extreme thirst, then go big! May 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does it mean it has a slot for a reservoir? Oct 3, 2012
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RevZilla: "Hydration Ready" means that the pack has a space for a Camel Back type hydration system. There will be a hole for the drinking tube as well as a tie-down on one of the straps. Oct 4, 2012
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stealth Black / Mach 3 822130 123007.36 In Stock: Ships next business day