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The Shoei Backpack 2.0 comes equipped with everything but a Sherpa to carry it for you. Featuring a removable shield holder, a hidden three-point buckle and flap system to cradle your Shoei helmet while off the bike, an interior 17" laptop compartment, soft-lined media pockets with a media port to make listening to your tunes a breeze, adjustable waist and chest straps, and adjustable, padded shoulder straps for optimal comfort, the Shoei Backpack 2.0 is a must-have for all motorcycle enthusiasts.
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Kenneth C:I think the Shoei is larger, the only backpacks bigger, that I've seen, were in the camping section of sports stores. It will hold my security chain and lock, rotor lock, bike cover, winter gloves and helmet. As for durability, it carries my chain, cover and construction tools on my commutes to work and it hasn't shown any signs of wear and tear since I bought it in mid-Febuary. Kept everything dry also. Hope this helps a lil.
Michael S:I don't know the exact size, but it is similar to most schoolbook size daypacks that kids take to class. The beauty of this pack is that a helmet can be slung on the outside when you're not riding.Apr 6, 2014
A shopper asked:I like this bag's features but I am a bit concerned about how comfortable it is, I have a back pack which also has the top or ''pull carriage strap'' not on the bag but attached or part of the actual straps just as this does and is a literal pain in the neck, is this Shoei 2.0 any different? would I be able to stretch my head back on a red light without having to call my chiropractor afterwards? Thanks for your help.Feb 18, 2014
Kimberly V:I'm 5'11", I weigh about 190 pounds and this backpack fits me well and comfortably. My head movement is not impeded nor does my neck get sore. I commute twelve miles each way on a daily basis and have been very satisfied with this product. I wear an armored jacket and a quick release button on the lower area of one of the straps would be nice. Easier to take on and off.Feb 19, 2014
Tony F:I haven't ridden with this pack yet. I bought it for airline travel as a carry-on. I wanted a pack that I can put my helmet on as well as the electronics storage. So far the pack has exceeded my expectations.
I can say that the pack does hang low and well off my neckline. The upper yoke is at most in the middle of my shoulder blades when I have it loaded.Feb 18, 2014