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OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack


  • Aerodynamic molded exterior design for unmatched "Air Flow" reducing drag while riding
  • Weather resistant molded exterior shell with molded graphic design
  • Laptop protective compartment fits most 15" laptops
  • iPad tablet protective compartment
  • Fleece lined smartphone and personal electronics protective pockets
  • Helmet visor padded protective compartment
  • Shoe storage dedicated compartment
  • Helmet carry strap with soft nubuck leather
  • Removable hip belt with off-center attachment to prevent gas tank scratches
  • Deluxe organization panel with secure valuables pocket and adjustable load divider to evenly distribute weight
  • Expansion zippered gusset to increase main compartment capacity
  • Ergonomic and deluxe padded back panel for ultimate comfort
  • Fully adjustable and ergonomic padded shoulder straps with quick exit buckles and no slip sternum straps for comfortable and secure fit
  • Body conforming shoulder gasket for increase comfort and fit
  • Hydration ready
  • Reflective safety piping and logo for 360 degree visibility
  • Concealed aerodynamic carry handle
  • 1475 cu. in. / 24.17L expanded
  • 20.5"H x 14.5"W x 7"D
  • 3.7 lbs. / 1.67 kg.
  • Carbon weave PU shell, 840D Jr. Ballistic Nylon, 420D poly
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OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack 4.4 5 150 150
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
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 bag for most riding, just not for the aggressive I got the Mach 5 to replace my regular backpack since it was better suited to motorcycling. The bag is great! Excellent fit and finish, tons of organizational pouches and pockets galore. The laptop sleeve can most definitely fit something way bigger than my 12" Macbook. I use most of of the pockets as I carry my phone, garage remote, tire gauge, house/car keys, bottled water, cap, and some towels. I also utilize the face shield sleeve with a clear spare just in case. I removed the waist strap because its something I don't need and I prefer it without. I use the small pouch/case on the strap of the lower left shoulder. I feel the size is right and the bag is comfortable on the bike. The only gripe I have is I ride a sport bike in the canyons often which puts be in a crouching riding position. It's a take-away since the back of my helmet rubs on the top of the bag when riding aggressively and causes some restriction when turning my head for the corners. The bag is perfect for trips that does not involve serious tucked in and knee down riding. I love the bag for when I'm carrying stuff to a friend's place or for a long bike service so that I have my laptop and essentials to work on while I wait. Plenty of room and great quality like all the Ogio bags I have. I only wish the top was cutout a bit deeper to interface my helmet better when attacking corners. June 16, 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
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
O N: It looks great, expands, has an aerodynamic hard shell, and even has a spare visor pouch. This has everything I think I would need in a commuter bag for use on my Suzuki GS500F. I was originally looking at tank bags, but when I saw this backpack I had to change my mind. Jul 27, 2015
stanton b: Need a good backpack, and I wanted the extra reflective and carbon fiber look that the mach 3 doesn't have Jul 18, 2015
Trever L: Key Features Desired -

Waterproof/Resistance, hydration compatible, overrall quality, roomy-ish, physically sleek+sleek looking.

After agonizing over backpacks ranging from $50-$250 for 3 hours (including Kriegas and Boblbees,) I chose this for the inclusion of both weather-resistance AND hydration compatibility. Item hasn't shipped yet but those are my conclusions. I ride a 2009 Triumph Daytona 675.
Jun 30, 2015
Frederick R: Looks like what I need/want for commuting. Jun 28, 2015
Jean Marc G: Best pack out there Jun 11, 2015
Bobby F: wanted a slick pack for the occasions I need more than just my pockets. not to mention ogio makes a great product May 27, 2015
Linda D: Had all the features that are important to me, holds shoes, computrer, etc. Provides ample space without compromising on the drag benefit and it looks feaking awesome!!!! May 21, 2015
Trevor M: Great reviews, and best fit for my needs (commuting to work, gym, and running errands) on my super sport. May 11, 2015
Kelley B: Saw another motorcycle rider wearing this May 11, 2015
Travis K: I needed a backpack to commute with to the office.

This fits everything including my laptop, charger, shoes, and my slacks. It's perfect.
May 3, 2015
E. S: Looks to have an good volume and i just like the style. Apr 30, 2015
Margaret G: because I wanted too!! Is that ok with you??" Apr 29, 2015
Rayon B: I needed an everyday backpack to use for my daily commuting and i fell in love with this backpack at first sight. I did tons of research on the brand and the model and wanted to order from a trusted source so thats why I went with Revzilla. Apr 8, 2015
Daniel F: Aerodynamic turtle shell and dedicated spot for spare sun/ nighttime shield along with laptop and dedicated shoe storage. Apr 5, 2015
Robert W: I like that the cargo department holds its shape. I really like that there is a compartment for an extra shield so I can switch from smoke to clear at night. The style of the bag is great as well, and 22 liters is more than enough space for my everyday commute. Apr 3, 2015
Wylie D: Needed a backpack to hual things like boots, work clothes, and other personal items. Yet with style and durablity. Mar 24, 2015
Edward J: Reviewing other bag options, this seemed like the best premium bang for the buck. I like riding light and this seemed like the perfect commuter around town bag and offering style without looking like a college kid with a backpack. Mar 17, 2015
ARTHUR J: Very contemporary styling with waterproof protection for tech items for commuting, which does not require any tail alterations to bike. Use with 2015 Ducati 1200 red Monster. Feb 3, 2015
Hasseba L F: because it looks good . Jan 28, 2015
T A: Use backpacks every day when commuting. Got it to try it out. Don't really recommend it. Jan 25, 2015
Tyrell W: I chose this pack to replace my common Jansport backpack. Jan 24, 2015
Luis G: I chose this bag because is the only one that offers all it's features for that amazing price Dec 26, 2014
Anthony C: Needed an awesome backpack to ride to work with my suits, this one works and has worked excellently, highly recommended Nov 20, 2014
Daniel R: It offered lots of things like being able to hold an extra visor, shoes etc. Had everything I need to go to school, and do other things with versatility. Nov 15, 2014
William J: I looked at several reviews, and this looks like the best motorcycle oriented backpack for the money. Hopefully I will still feel that way when it arrives. Nov 11, 2014
Omondi A: This is simply minimalist and classy Oct 22, 2014
Rudy M: Love the look, and my other Ogio messenger bag has stood up to 4 years of daily punishment and still looks new. Oct 16, 2014
Diego B: Need a backback to really protec my laptop when commuting. Plus now I will easy carry an extra visor for the helment with no much worries. Oct 14, 2014
Caleb D: I liked the look of the bag and also the reivew was relly helpful in my choice. Sep 24, 2014
Anthony M: My friend has this bagpack and its great. Sep 22, 2014
Mario R: For the looks, and to commute to work carrying my laptop. Sep 17, 2014
Paramjeet S: this has everything biker should have in a bag pack, its cool and suitable for the personality of bike lovers. Sep 6, 2014
E U: Best motorcycle backpack on the market Aug 25, 2014
Simon B: Form and function Aug 15, 2014
Todd W: Having previously used an R20 Kriega bag, this bag has some features I couldn't find with the Kriega. The organization for gear, the ability to easily attach a helmet for those times when you're on foot, as well as a more general purpose construction make this a great gear bag. Jul 29, 2014
Ken C: Sleek and sexy. Jul 15, 2014
Vickie Ann G: son asked for this. Jul 12, 2014
Javier Alexander H: Design, big inside space. Jul 1, 2014
Dino M: Needed a neat bag that doesn't flap around in the wind and is functional. Jul 1, 2014
Vincent H: I needed an aerodynamic backpack with good reflective visibility at night. It also had tons of extra features such as shoe holders, etc. Jun 11, 2014
Chadwick D: To be different. May 30, 2014
Daniel C: Because is the best option for riding day to day and weekends! May 23, 2014
Jerome M: Comfortable PAC Apr 27, 2014
Sandro R: Reviews and style Apr 7, 2014
Abraham K: Reviews. Capacity. Looks. Apr 4, 2014
Jose A: awesome bag, lots of space, many pockets, great for my commute to school. I can fit my sneakers, books, laptop and still have space for a snack. ;0) Mar 24, 2014
Alexander K: I have been looking for a bag that is spacious yet functional while riding. This bag seems to accommodate all my needs while riding, including aerodynamics, and still gives me the freedom t carry extra things I need. Mar 18, 2014
Nat H: I choose this because it look amazing and i need something little when riding around from work as a chef with all my work gear. Mar 2, 2014
O R: For laptop transport... works very well for that though it was a tight squeeze with a 17" laptop. Feb 25, 2014
Patti K: I have been in the market for a bigger riding backpack to carry all my gym junk in, etc. Based on the reviews this one seems to be the best one do to the job! Feb 17, 2014
David R: Needed a good back pack for when I am out riding my bike. I know ogio is a quality name brand. Feb 8, 2014
Tecson John L: Looks really amazing and has great reviews! it was a plus too that Ogio used exactly the same bike as mine (Diavel) for their official Mach 5 video ;) Feb 7, 2014
Greg L: looks and function... Dec 25, 2013
Alwyn B: The aerodynamic features. Dec 1, 2013
Arley S: Awesome backpack nothing else compares to this. Definitely a must have. Nov 22, 2013
ryan l: Needed a rainproof bag that could carry my books, computer, extra visor, food, water, and helmet while I walk to and from college classes. Also, I was looking for a bag that would cut through the wind and not flap around at highway speeds. Nov 20, 2013
Lisa A. B: For my son's Bday Nov 9, 2013
Michael G: Chose this for the look "with reflectors and the carbon fiber"
The type "no drag"
The size "with the ability to extend"
And also I like the spare visor pocket and the hydrabag hook
Oct 22, 2013
Bryan H: I chose this mainly based on reviews. I wanted a streamlined backpack that would be enough to fit my work clothes and an extra pair of shoes. It doesnt hurt that it looks good and matches my carbon fiber helmet. Oct 10, 2013
D A: perfect for day use Sep 23, 2013
Igor P: Awesome design! And you, lads, have the unbeatable prices as always!! Sep 11, 2013
Jose L D asked: What hydration packs are compatible with this backpack? Feb 6, 2014
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LEONARDO R: I don't know... I never used a hydration pack with this backpack. Feb 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the visor sleeve removable? Sep 13, 2013
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Allan S: Yes and no. There is an attaching strap at the top of the sleeve which is "permanent." That said, there's enough slack in it that if you wanted to cut it and then put in a Velcro splice, it's an easy fix. That's what I did as I valued the extra length of the bag for big bulky things over the ability to carry a spare visor, which I never really do anyhow. If you do that "fix" using fabric designed cement, as I did, the whole job takes about 5-10 minutes, excluding the time it takes for the adhesive to set. Sep 15, 2013
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Anthony C: I haven't found a way to remove it short of cutting it out. It can be tucked and strapped up near the top of the backpack, but it's not ideal if you want the main space to be completely open. Sep 13, 2013
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Bryan J: No it is not, but it fits well into the top contour of the bag and imho uses a negligible amount of space. Sep 14, 2013
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Saman A: No it does not move, but it's not on the way at all
Even with the visor!
Sep 14, 2013
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Saman A: No it does not move, but it's not on the way at all
Even with the visor!
Sep 13, 2013
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Ricardo A: No unless you are willing to cut the fabric string that holds it Sep 13, 2013
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A s: No, it is not removable but stays out if the way when empty. Sep 13, 2013
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Joshua R: Visor protector is NOT removable. Still has lots of room. Sep 16, 2013
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miguel m: No it is not removable Sep 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have an alpinestars celery jacket with a large hump, would this backpack fit properly while riding? Aug 3, 2014
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Allan S: I don't have that jacket, but by looking at the photos of it, I can tell you that you "could" wear the backpack with it, but it wouldn't fit flush against your back. The outer shell is hard plastic, which is what makes it stand out for protecting what's inside, as well as keeping a great aerodynamic profile. But even though the back pad is padded, because it zips up tight to the shell it won't conform to anything too far from being flat. My guess is that if you wore this backpack with your jacket, it'd be putting some pressure against that hump, but that's only a guess. Too bad for you as it's a nice, versatile, backpack. Aug 4, 2014
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Brice P: I don't think it would fit well with a speed hump on your jacket. The bag itself becomes a speed hump. Maybe if you had very little in the bag it would for, but I doubt it would fit comfortably. Aug 3, 2014
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Saman A: It will be fit but you won't be able to fit anything else. This bag has lots of individual space but the problem is, it becomes uncomfortable when you put lost of things inside Aug 3, 2014
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Robert m: I love this bag all kinds, but It fits kinda funky on my shoulders when i ride tho. It'll hold everything but the kitchen sink too. I give it 8.75/10 Aug 3, 2014
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Austin R: i ride with a speed hump jacket and its fine. you have to loosen the straps a little bit. But i can't even feel the bag on my back! Aug 17, 2014
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wally s: nope, the back pack rides too high Aug 4, 2014
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A S asked: can you put a helmet in the bag ? Mar 7, 2014
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Joseph B: A helmet won't fit in the bag, but there is a special helmet strap that clips to the bag which allows you to carry the helmet with you hands free( it hangs against your hip) Mar 8, 2014
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Elizabeth H: Never thought about it, just put my Shuberth SR1 in the bag. It will fit but I had to expand the bag by unzipping the expansion zipper. Mar 9, 2014
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Dennis L: Nope, best you can do is use the helmet strap but you're not supposed to do so while riding. Mar 8, 2014
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Joey K: No but you can use the helmet strap and attach it to the side of the bag Mar 8, 2014
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Jacob H: No, but it does have an detachable helmet strap Mar 7, 2014
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A S: How do you strap it and where does it go ? Mar 8, 2014
Ray M: Unfortunately no. A helmet is too big Mar 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: is this water proof? Nov 21, 2013
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Ryan R: If you're driving through a light shower for 15-20 mins your stuff will be fine but considering what it's made out of, there's no way it's water proof. The material on the back seems like it is but the material that goes against your body is not. So MOST of the rain will get repelled because it won't be getting to the part your body is covering up. However with prolonged exposure I'm sure you could get stuff inside wet if you really tried. Nov 21, 2013
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David E: Has been for any of the rain I have ridden in. The zippers are somewhat covered from direct external flow as the bag opens by opening the back panel rather than a zipper along the side like a traditional bag. Nov 21, 2013
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Jeffrey S: I am unable give you a solid answer as I haven't rode in the rain with this backpack. However, judging from the material that is made, I'm sure it's water proof. Nov 21, 2013
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LEONARDO R: Yes...you can use without fear in a normal rain, but in a thunderstorm will be little wet inside... But nothing to worry about ... Nov 21, 2013
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Corey G: I wouldnt go swimming with it, but so far it has held up just fine in the rain. No leaks that I can tell. Dec 10, 2013
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nhan n: I never been in the rain with the Mach 5, I am sorry could not answer the question . Nov 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: need a 19" laptop backpack for my ever-travelling race engineer - boyfriend help....suggestions? Nov 19, 2013
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michael b: I have this backpack, with the carbon fiber print exterior, it is an absolutely amazing backpack and I can personally say at 140 plus miles per hour I couldn't even tell that it was on my back, however I own a 14 inch laptop and that can barely fit in the laptop space provided. I really don't think a 19 inch laptop could even fit in the main pocket, so I can personally check for you and get back with the answer in an hour. Nov 19, 2013
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Kevin V: I'm not sure the laptop pocket would be big enough for a 19". My 15" fits in there fine and actually has some extra space left but not enough for 19". It would definitely fit in the regular compartment though and I always get compliments on the backpack though. If you can tell me the length and width of the laptop I could tell you for sure if it does or doesn't fit. Nov 19, 2013
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Allan S: While I don't know the exact dimensions of your boyfriend's laptop, I'm 99% sure that the Ogio Mach 5 will be too tight, as the width of the laptop pocket is pretty narrow. Nov 19, 2013
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michael b: no it cannot fit a 19 inch laptop. 15 inch laptop is the absolute maximum for the main body of the backpack and then its not securely fastened Nov 19, 2013
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Saman A: If you don't mind the weight of "19 laptop ! It will fit for sure but I wouldn't carry "19 laptop on the motorcycle in my backpack... Nov 19, 2013
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David E: NOT THIS. this can just take a 15 incher Nov 21, 2013
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Gordon A asked: So Ive been doing weekend trips here in Cali and I was curious could this hold a few pairs of clothes and small essential items for a weekend trip? 2 pairs of pants, 1 pair of shoes, socks, t-shirts, etc.. Maybe even more depending on the extent of the trip. Could this do the job or is there something else I should focus my attention at?

Feb 5, 2014
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William Y: That would be a tight fit, especially if your pants are jeans. I'm lucky to get one pair of shorts, underwear, flip flops and two T shirts in mine. I suppose if your pants are of thin material and fold/roll up nicely, it may work. If you can fit it into a regular sized school type backpack, it should fit in the. Ogio. I use mine to store my layered clothing as the day warms up, etc. One thing for sure is that this bag doesn't buffet around so it is comfortable. Combine that with a tank bag and I think you will have your bases covered. Good luck Feb 5, 2014
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michael b: If you roll your clothes, pack them tight, this should hold a weekends worth of clothes fine. It can expand in depth be a few inches with a zipper, but if you can pack it in without expanding it, its aerodynamicly perfect. Feb 5, 2014
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Anthony C: There should be room for the stuff you listed, plus travel toiletries and so on. It could be a tight fit if you're packing a spare visor in there too though. Feb 5, 2014
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Ray R: This bag works great for my wife and I on weekend trips. If packed correctly it fits everything you need for a short trip. Feb 5, 2014
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Greg L: It will definitely do the job and it feels great on your back... I for sure would recommend it... :) Feb 6, 2014
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Marcos R asked: Will it fit a 15.6" laptop? Nov 15, 2014
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matt c: It will if placed in the main bag compartment. You won't have much room left for anything else though. Nov 15, 2014
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Marcos R: Thanks. So, it won't fit on the laptop compartment? Nov 16, 2014
Chih Jen W: No, it will not fit 15.6" laptop. I have 14" laptop which barely fit the bag. Nov 24, 2014
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Joseph P: Yes. Mine is slightly smaller and fits just fine Nov 16, 2014
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Christopher M: I have a 15 in macbook and it fits in the bag Nov 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will it fit a 15.6" laptop? Nov 15, 2014
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Diego B: it just fits my dell XPS 15,

if the laptop were 1/2 inch bigger (left to right length wise, not screen size wise), it will not fit.
Dec 1, 2014
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Kenneth C: Yes. I have a laptop that size and it fits in the backpack. Nov 30, 2014
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Michael B: This thing holds a lot of stuff but it won't hold that. Nov 30, 2014
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JOSE MARIA T: yes,Will it fit a 15.6" laptop? Nov 30, 2014
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Mark T asked: I am looking at the OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack and the Kriega R20. Not sure which way to go? I would appreciate any info to help me make this decision. Thanks Mark T. Jun 11, 2014
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Kevin V: I've had my mach 5 for 2 years now and have zero complaints. No signs of wear even though I use it as my school back pack on top of riding duties. I've also used it for vacations and have been able to fit a weeks worth or clothing inside with not much effort. I have been told I look like a ninja turtle with it on because of the semi hard shell but I'm, ok with that. Jun 11, 2014
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Christopher T: ogio 5 is just far bigger inside, slap my helmet onto the little helmet strap and its convenient for almost anything, the only thing i don't like is the very bottom has gotten scratched and the fanny pack scraped at my clear coat on my tank when i'm tucked in. aerodynamically i can feel it flow through the air without resistance 70+ Jun 11, 2014
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Jason H: Depends on what you're using them for. The Mach 5 is oddly shaped so you have a harder time really packing it full but its shape allows for unobtrusive carry and it's comfortable enough. Jun 11, 2014
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Harold Oskie R: Mark I love my OGIO Drag Mach 5 is the best back pack I ever owned its comfortable and looks great and the bike has a lot of pockets... Jun 12, 2014
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Chris L asked: how well does this work with a small speed hump? dainese super speed pelle? ;) going for a long road trip... Apr 16, 2014
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Anthony C: You'd need to try it on to be sure it'll fit, I think the top of the pack would go over the hump, but the base might dig in to your lower back. You could wear it lower on your back, but I suspect that would be uncomfortable and not very secure. Probably not the best choice for a long trip. Apr 16, 2014
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Chris L: Thanks guys, I'll look ok into a good tail bag for my r1. Anthony I'm stoked you answered my question personally. Thanks, love The personal touch of your business. Apr 16, 2014
William Y: I tried but use my jackets with no hump. It's an akward fit otherwise. Just my two cents Apr 16, 2014
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Greg L: Works fine with the small speed hump. I have a similar hump and could barely tell... Apr 16, 2014
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Chris L: Thanks bud! :) Apr 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: does it fit a helmet ? Mar 7, 2014
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Steve L: A helmet would not fit inside, however it does have a "helmet leash" that allows you to clip a strap through the chin bar of a helmet and hang it from the left shoulder strap. It allows a helmet to be carried fairly hands free while you are wearing the backpack. Mar 8, 2014
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Tyler W: A helmet will fit but there will no room for anything else, its a tight squeeze. Mar 8, 2014
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Fernando B: No. it comes with a helmet strap. helmet hangs outside of bag. Mar 8, 2014
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Sarah P: No Mar 7, 2014
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A S asked: How well does this backpack work for a college students, as far as fitting books and binders? Thanks Feb 9, 2014
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Aleksandr P: My wife bought me this backpack last May for my birthday. I use it for work. I normally put an iPad, sweater, and a couple other small items in it. It does have some more room but not much. Depending how many books you plan to bring with you I would not say it is the best/largest. Feb 10, 2014
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James B: I bought the bag and have been using it for school/gym/when I sleep out and in all honesty it looks cool but storage sucks. it fits maybe 3 books (all about 2 inches thick) and a notebook. I haven't carried a laptop in it yet but should fit with books in it. if you do a lot of homework/study on campus and will be using this bag I don't recommend buying it, but if your just carrying a few books its perfect, just the shape on the inside doesn't really work with a lot of books you'll see if you get it. other than that I love it, fits all my gym stuff in it, most of the time I use the expansion zipper but still doesn't make much of a difference. Feb 10, 2014
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Nicholas H: It worked great for that, especially with my tablet and computer. Feb 12, 2014
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Miguel C: This is the best backpack I ever used. Feb 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking to get the Alpinestars Celer jacket, and was wondering about the ventilation hump on the back of the jacket with this bag. How well does it contour and/or would it be more of an unfit form against your back? Looks as though this jacket or any others with a ventilation hump would work well with this bag. Any advice? Nov 12, 2013
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ruel n: Well if your just on the road you dont those humped jacket right? And you don't wanna have a back when you go racing. What you gonna do is get a jacket without hump and use this bag as a hump itself. Its design for that. Does it make sense to you? Nov 12, 2013
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A S: Thanks Ruel for the response. I like to wear my leathers when I go on long rides, and the Celer will be my primary jacket as I don't have a secondary at the moment. I also will do track days but won't be carrying the bag on the track of course. I'm just saying if I was to throw on that jacket to go riding and I need to take this backpack as well, would it be uncomfortable to use both? Nov 12, 2013
matt c: The OGIO MACH 5 is very good bag. It fits very nice to your back and no comfort issues I have noticed.Also the design of the bag helps your back to keep cool on hot days. Highly recommended.
Cheers MC
Nov 12, 2013
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Jason H: You woudn't want to wear a jacket with a hump and this bag at the same time. The curvature at the top of the bag is for your helmet. It isn't a contour to accommodate a speed hump. Nov 29, 2013
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Andrew B: It fits snugly against your back, but it should interfere with the ventilation. Nov 14, 2013
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A S asked: Will this fit a laptop with dimensions of 14.5" x 10.5" x 1.5"? Nov 5, 2013
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Gui F: No, your dimensions are pretty similar to the old 17" macbook which won't fit into the laptop sleeve part, it's about 2" to wide and high.

Even if you squeezed it into the shell you'd land up denting the edges every time you put it down.
Nov 6, 2013
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mohammed a: Yes I use it with macbook pro 13" fit perfectly and there is a room for 15 " Nov 6, 2013
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David E: Asus n53 fits perfectly. nothing bigger though.
40.5 x 391 x 266 mm
Nov 21, 2013
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Jason H: Yes, a 15 inch laptop will fit. Nov 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi there, is the bag big enough to be able to put either ring binder folders or similar a4 or larger document holders in the bag for commuting to work? Thank you

Oct 14, 2013
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Billy Ray B: Hi,
About your question, the bags dimension is not like a regular bag with flat back. It curves inwards so space inside is smaller than it looks. If you plan on putting a binder inside the bag it all depends on the dimensions of the binder. A rectangular object with the dimensions 4.5"x11"x12" would fit alright with enough room to move about. Bare in mind that 4.5" is at the top part of the bag where its narrower than the bottom part. If your binder is 3" thick then you wont have a problem, you will have enough room for a binder and a laptop.
Oct 14, 2013
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Joven C: Depends on how big the binders are. Sturdy three ring binders above three inches full might pose a problem. But the bag is "Extendable" meaning there is a zipper to make the inside bigger if that makes sense. But the tradeoff with that is that the bag becomes uncomfortable when you try to over load it. On terms of actual space, I've fit a whole thirty rack of beer in it if that helps you understand durability and space. Hope the answer helps! Oct 14, 2013
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Saman A: Yes, there is more than enough room for what you mentioned, in This bag. Here is the list of staff that I toke with me last time I used that bag. that might help!

Power charger
My iPhone and iPad cables
Set of pens
Emergency tools
My work shoes
Dress shirt and a tie
Extra visor
Digital camera
Protein bar
A hat
Oct 14, 2013
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Christopher M: It fits my 15" MacBook Pro and my wife's 13 " Mac in the bag no problem Oct 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: i know it says its not water proof but water resistant. has any one tried using a water proofing spray on it and what were your results? May 28, 2014
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Michael P: I have this backpack and I would say that the material it is made from is resistant, except for the area against your back. It is a breathable design, so I doubt the sealant would be much help IMO. Having said that, I've had mine in out in some light rain and nothing leaked into the inside. May 28, 2014
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Allan S: The only place where water sneaks in is through the zippers (which are up against your back when wearing it). It takes a heavy downpour for many miles before anything starts to sneak inside. So it's 99.9% waterproof, and as good as anything I've ever used outside of an Ortlieb. Jul 2, 2014
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Saman A: What I can tell you is, I was cut in the rain with this bag and there was no water went inside the bag and after it dried up, it was look perfect as. Before May 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Wondering if my laptop would fit? It's about 14.5" x 10.5" x 1.5". Nov 5, 2013
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Juan Jose M: Hi, The backpack is great, I bought it and everything fits well, and is expandable. My laptop is bigger than yours and fits well, therefore, your laptop should be fit in any of the 2 inside pockets. And most importantly, it is waterproof. I hope to help you in your decision. Nov 18, 2013
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Andrew B: Yes it should fit. This bag is surprisingly big. I was able to go away for a weekend with my wife and we fit three days worth of clothes and a few other tidbits. Nov 14, 2013
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David E: Asus n53 fits perfectly. nothing bigger though. Nov 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is that real carbon fiber or just carbon fiber look? Nov 26, 2014
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Chadwick D: Carbon fiber print i guess would be the term. However the shell is hard but flexible. Nov 28, 2014
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Ryan R: It's just the look. Nov 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this product waterproof? It appears as though with the hard shell, it would be. Thanks. Jul 30, 2014
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Allan S: It's definitely water resistant, given the plastic outer shell, as well as the way that the zippers are somewhat covered from the elements. But if you were to be stuck in a downpour for an extended period of time, you'll get some seepage through the zippers and nylon of the backpad. I've been in some good rains with it and only noticed some very slight amount of water seepage, but those rains all lasted 30 minutes or less. If you need a totally WATERPROOF pack for touring, I'd look to Ortlieb, which is known for their water tightness. Aug 4, 2014
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wally s: no it isnt, your stuff will get wet. Aug 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can a raceboot that covers the shin fit inside MACH 3? May 14, 2014
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Joseph P: With the zipper extended on the back pack it probably would be able to fit. Not much else would fit in it though. May 14, 2014
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Gui F: I have the mach5, essentially the same size as the Mach 3. Just tried to cram a set of SMX-R in, in a word, no. May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm a college student looking for a new backpack. Will this fit a book and a couple binders? Thanks Feb 9, 2014
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Patti K: Yes, it will but this would be more designed for electronic devices such as tablets and laptops. It would depend on how large the rings on your binders would be and how thick they are. I predominantly use this backpack for the gym and I am able to fit my gym shoes, an extra visor, my tablet and clothes in there. Because the pack is made specifically to a hard shell, the size doesn't expand that much, although there is a side zipper on the backpack to unzip when you need A LITTLE extra space to close the zipper, it's not much. Overall, I would say yes, it will fit your needs DEPENDING on the size/thickness of your book/binders. I would shop around a bit more. Mar 5, 2014
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Gui F: It's a touch narrow to fit binders. Feb 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: I was wondering if this backpack is a good for carrying books to and from college?! If it can hold a nice amount of books and items? Aug 4, 2014
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A s: Yes. Lots of room in it. I love it. Only down fall is the limited head movement in the tucked riding position. Aug 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this lack hold a motorcycle cover? I would like a concert for longer trips in case of rain and my job requires motorcycles to have covers when in the parking garage. May 1, 2014
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Joshua W: Yes it will, though you will likely need to open the expander zip in order to accomodate it and i don't think you would be able to fit very much else in there along with it May 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: How many days to reciev the item.? Feb 24, 2015
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Javier A asked: Anyone know if the 3 Liter (100 oz) hydration pack will fit in the dedicated compartment? Feb 22, 2015
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