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EDISON T: i heard a lot this pack its good & stylishMay 20, 2014
Lee H: I needed a commuter pack that wasn't very bulky and could withstand sustained higher highway speeds without causing a lot of wind turbulence and buffeting. This will snugly fit my 15" laptop, a handful of tools, my small electronics, and a few extra layers of clothing. I can remove the laptop to fit a pair of trainers when I don't feel like wearing my boots all day. The helmet pouch is worth the money alone so that I don't have to worry about leaving my lid with my bike.Apr 21, 2014
michael p: I commute to work on my bike every day, and I wanted a backpack that was small and inconspicuous. I don't need to carry much, so I didn't need anything bulky. I also really like the fact that the backpack carries a helmet.Jan 20, 2014
Mathieu F: compact yet convenient enough to carry simple stuff (books, extra gloves, etc). Small size force you to pack small and carry less weight on your back. Good day pack.Jan 3, 2014
Huang C: Faith in the brand is reason 1, the build-in helmet net another.Dec 15, 2013
robert w: Liked your discription on your video.Great stuff. You guys rock.ThanksDec 2, 2013
Victor C: I saw it at a local store and thought it was awesome that it was small enough to meet my needs and still managed to have a net built in to carry a helmet. But they ran out and found it on sale here, so I purchased it and since it has arrived, I have never gone riding without it. I use it for school, work and even canyon rides...the amount of compartments inside is more than enough for what I need, including my laptop.Aug 22, 2013
A shopper asked:Is this big enough to put your riding jacket in?Jan 15, 2014
robert w:Hi Wade- We stuffed two different riding jackets into my wifes Charger back-pack. One is a Hein Gericke Cadet,balistic nylon/leather with no armour. It fit OK. The other was a Tour Master Intake mesh w/ armour.We managed to stuff it in there, but the back pack was stuffed to fat to wear, so a light jacket fit but a larger one with armour would not. It's a nice back pack that fits my 5'6" wife well and carries a change of shoes and a days lunch easily. Hope this helps. Bob WJan 17, 2014
michael p:I just put my RSD Ronin riding jacket in there with my laptop, and it fit no problem. There's not much more space for anything else, but I didn't have any trouble zipping it closed. I then put the backpack on and it fit fine. Other than the extra weight, it didn't seem bulky at all.Mar 9, 2014
Silvina Porto:The backpack is a small to medium size. You can put clothing for one day including a pair of shoes. (For example: one pair of sneakers, one pair of jeans, a t-shirt, underwear, parfum, toothbrush, etc.) You could even put a waterproof coat or an internal lining of a jacket. I'd say the backpack has the correct size as to not overload it and make it too heavy. Is very comfortable and it integrates very well with the body.
Susanna L:I have been using my charger backpack for work and gym. With a bit of a squeez can fit gym shoes, shorts and a Tee, very small towel and sandwiches takes a bit of carefull packing though. Great backpack fits well and comfy. Nov 6, 2013