OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack
Great backpack - not much storage space.
I used this bag for commuting for a few months before finally getting some luggage for my bike. Overall, I would recommend using bags mounted to the bike instead of to your back, but this does provide some convenience and a lower cost of entry than luggage.
This backpack is very well made and high quality. The zippers feel great and the finish is top notch. The straps are pretty innovative and removing the backpack after riding in an armored jacket is easy.
The laptop compartment was a very tight fit for my work computer, requiring me to remove the battery to squeeze it in. A laptop, a pair of shoes and a spare visor will fill the entire backpack.
If you are looking for a convenient option to carry a few things on your bike and don't need a lot of storage space, this is a great choice.
February 3, 2016
I love this backpack. VERY spacious. Easy to ride with. Does not open while riding like other backpacks. Has a lot of compartments for shoes, laptop and many others. I would DEFINITELY recommend this backpack to anyone looking for durable spacious backpack. Shipping was VERY fast. Description was VERY accurate.
February 2, 2016
Worth every cent
I had been wanting this bag for months before I finally gave in and purchased it back in October. The bag is is a little expensive but it just looks so boss I had to get it. Thanks to Revzilla and their awesome service, I got the Mach 5 in only like 3 days! and I fell in love with it. its so light weight when empty you wouldn't think its so durable- the shell is sturdy enough that I don't worry about anything I carry in it, and its very comfortable. the straps are perfect and dont get in the way, plus they adjust quite a bit and I dont worry about them tearing from me moving around on the bike like my last back pack. I use it for work mostly as I commute on my bike and I carry a ton of stuff in it, I've only ever had to unzip the expansion slots once. I also used it for hiking a lot since it has a place for my camel pak, oh also, I get a ton of compliments on it and its held up really well.
the only cons I can think of are that the waist straps are too short for my belly so I dont use them and the outer shell does scratch a bit easy but I take care of it (dont place it shell side down).
5/5 Love the bag I would have paid full price after using it
January 23, 2016
I have unfortunately not had the chance to put the bag through all the trials and tribulations yet. I am happy with the product plenty of space available in the bag for storage I tend to pack light so I can get most of the nessasitys in the bag without a hitch. Great comfort and weight distbution. Draw back insufficient strap ties for lose strap. The sunglasses pouch is not quiet big enough that I can fit my ray ban sunglasses and the case in it and it is a tight squeeze for the sunglasses alone. The pocket is a good size for the phone though I normally keep that in my jacket pocket.
December 7, 2015
Stylish, fits well, holds a lot
Love this back pack. I use it for everyday commuting, fits outfit, papers, lunch, breakfast, etc. Its a little futuristic, and a great conversation starter at work. Straps all tuck away nicely. I don't have any trouble with it hitting my helmet.
January 19, 2016
Comfortable, looks good, doesn't flap in the wind. Fits a laptop some tools and a change of clothes. Pretty much all you need!
January 19, 2016
Great bag for the working commuter
Really like this bag! Great looks and it really increases aerodynamics. One drawback I've encountered is the straps are a bit fussy when tightening/loosening. Also, the black zippers tend to blend in and can be a tad difficult to locate when wanting to access the bag. Minor points that could easily be fixed by the user.
January 19, 2016
The no drag is great. It's very noticeable when I wear a normal backpack vs this one, there is way less resistance.
Quality is good, for the money it's good.
kind of a pain in the butt that you have to take it off to get anything but other than that I love it.
December 1, 2015