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Alpinestars Tech Aero Backpack

  • Fully expandable from 16L to 26L (approx)
  • Water resistant fleece lined audio pocket with headphone exit port
  • Hidden helmet carrier
  • Sternum Map panel holder
  • Internal Lap Top sleeve which fits most 15” Lap Top Computers
  • Internal organizer pockets
  • Internal sleeve for Bionic Back Protector application
  • Built in Rain Cover
  • Available in black
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Alpinestars Tech Aero Backpack 4.5 5 70 70
all around great pack.fits well while riding. Great Design For Traveling. No Zipper Issues. Really Like The Detachable Shoulder Strap Makes It Take It Off When Wearing Full Gear. Like The Full Adjustable Straps. Lots Of Pockets To Store Things September 30, 2014
Great for everyday gear and commuting. Seems well put together. Pretty easy to get on even over a still leather jacket. Not sure I'm in love with the map pocket on the sternum straps but it looks easy enough to remove. Have no use for the helmet carrier on the back. I can't imaging walking around with a helmet hanging on the back like Quasimodo. Doesn't hold much even with the expansion panels unzipped but suits my purpose. September 25, 2014
Amazing Backpack!!! First Riding backpack i have owned but compared to my Oakley and UA backpacks of the same price range it is similarly made (i.e quality). Road around with it fully packed with, shoes, laptop, school books, and a lunch and it held up fine (lunch was smashed but boohoo who cares) didn't shift or move too much. It straps in sturdy with just the hip strap fastened and with the chest map piece it feels even more secure. Best part? The features! From the rain cover to the strap holders to the helmet straps it feels like it was made to handle most if not all city commuting necessities. Things i noted from other reviews, the helmet strap thing actually did not make me look too "hunch backy" however it is not slims McGee either. To me, not an issue. The other thing was the zippers, i thought people were just being wimps about the zippers being hard to operate but it is in fact true. It requires concentration and two hands (most of the time) so if you plan on taking things out while you ride it will be difficult. Over all: Looks beastly, holds on tight, doesn't feel cheap, lots of features. If you have the money buy it. if not, get the money and buy it. Simple. August 12, 2014
Great Riding Pack I got this as a Christmas gift from my wife, so it's more than I would have spent on myself. It's a great pack, but I don't know if the price is due to some of the features I ended up deleting. I made a few tweaks like cutting out the rain cover to add more outer storage. I also removed the cross straps and map holder to remove wind flapping clutter, and I'm probably going to do the same with the hide-away helmet holder to get even more outer storage. One thing I don't like is the framing for one of the vents interferes with the main zipper, so it gets stuck trying to open it. Also, there's very little external storage (which is why I tweaked it to add pockets), but the internal pockets and nets almost make up for that. It's also deceptively roomy inside. I had enough room for my laptop, a small space heater, my summer riding jacket, a spare pair of socks, and all the various pens, pads, and other miscellaneous items. What more could you ask for? July 9, 2014
Expansive but worth it! I bought few backpacks prior to this one, and I think this is the one. The bag is high quality bag. Have great protection from the rain (zippers are covered with nylon material beside cover that is part of the bag). Have helmet carrier attached to the bag. Have plenty storage for my laptop, 2 tablets and some other electronics. I definitely recommend this backpack. Points to consider: no bottle holder pockets that could be in my opinion part of the bag. It is great for commuting, but not enough space top add shoes and clothes if you already have your electronics in. I definitely recommend this one and I try few others in the past (like Givi 2.0, Ogio and others). June 14, 2014
Great backpack, bad zippers. This backpack is amazing for daily use/commuting. I been using it every day for a little more than a yr now. The rain cover is great. It keeps my laptops and belongings dry. The waist pockets, the chest "pocket". Most of the pockets are great except the one for the "cellphone" on the shoulder strap. Is so small that it fits perfectly for my garage door beeper. I barely use the helmet pocket. I think is a weird hunchback. My problem is that two days ago one of the zippers broke and the other is on it's way. The backpack can be perfect but without functional zippers it's really a let down. June 8, 2014
Okay bag for the price I got this bag when it was on sale for $100, but normally I wouldn't purchase this bag for full price. That being said, it has a lot of neat features that are good for motorcycling. The helmet holder and the rain shield pouch are all nice. One major problem I have with this is the quick release. It works great when you want to take off your bag, but it comes off too easily when riding. I had it come off on me during headchecks on the freeways or just stretching at a light. I had to zip tie the thing together to prevent it from happening. Pros: nice features plenty of room in the bag looks nice Cons: quick release pricey April 24, 2014
Great bag, lots of extras. It really is an awesome bag. I use it to ride for class every day, easy to go from riding to walking around campus. Fits snug and i like the heavy duty chest piece that connects the two shoulder straps. The phone pocket doest fit an actual phone, doesn't fit my iPhone 5 even so I took it off. Only other complaint is that the laptop pocket could be better designed, Its kind of floppy and just bugs me when there isn't a laptop inside. Could be a few more pockets but maybe I have too much stuff. Great bag, good price, great quality. April 15, 2014
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L A: Greatest Motorcycle backpack there is for students in my opinion! Holds my lap top, math book (like 2in thick), 2 note books, shoes, water bottle, and hats. I can also fit my phone and wallet into the outside media pockets, my moto info in a small secure pocket inside, my garage door opener in the left side pouch and my night vest in the other. I can easily protect all this stuff by using the super handy fold out rain cover. Does all i ask of it and more, highly recommended! Oct 8, 2014
Roland L: needed a backpack for riding in the wet Oct 6, 2014
daniel s: Needed a top quality riding bag. love the back protector option as well though with as thick as the bag is im not sure its needed.
Selected this bag over others because of how low profile it is empty, which is how i carry it most often, but with the ability to expand for rather large loads. i recently had a 5lb bag of raw corn and the waterproof liner for my jacket in it with some room to spare.
Sep 8, 2014
Ron T: Better than the Ogio Mach 5 I initially bought. Sep 4, 2014
Clinton A C: Needed a backpack for my daily commute and the A* Tech Aero has exceeded my expectations. The rain cover has come in handy down here in FL, the port for the ear buds to come out of is great so I can listen to music while I ride which also keeps the cord out of the way. I however noticed that from keeping my wallet in the pouch on my chest, it has a hard time of staying closed via velcro. The pockets by my waist are great for accessibility for grabbing my house keys etc. Love the backpack! Aug 31, 2014
ESTEBAN C: Is the best backpck to carry a helmet Aug 13, 2014
junio m: Good video presentation Jul 8, 2014
Aderonke A: Want an awesome backpack Jul 1, 2014
Auldrin F: Excellent quality and usability, best Backpack money can buy. Jun 14, 2014
Austin J: This pack is very durable and big enough for me to carry all i need on a small trip. May 8, 2014
Jeffrey H: was on sale, love the look and features. May 6, 2014
Blake V: Perfect size for traveling and everyday riding Apr 29, 2014
Nic A: This seems like the best backpack to get for commuting to work. The only con is that it doesnt come in green. Apr 27, 2014
Rezza S: Matches my jacket and I like the style! Apr 8, 2014
Greggory G: read all the great review, decided to try it. (got it on sale)
glad i did.
Mar 11, 2014
Marcus P: Need a backpack specific for riding that would make it easier for me to use on and off the bike. This backpack many awesome features that benefit the rider. Plus being alpinestar makes it awesome:) Mar 7, 2014
Sam M: Wanted a backpack that would also hold my helmet and this one seemed to do that as well as have lots of other tech features. Plus it was on a one-day sale that I couldn't pass up! Mar 3, 2014
Jacek M: I live outside US but I aways find the Revilla video presentations so helpful. I'm visiting US for business and I'm happy to finally make purchase from Revzilla. Keep doing the good work!
I was considering the Ogio no drag 5 and some other bags. I made my choice based on the great revzilla reviews.
Jan 24, 2014
John mark R: first of all its on sale,and I know alpinestars is always a good product,and with this price it better be good. Jan 8, 2014
Daniel C: Needed a backpack that could hold a helmet without taking up internal space Dec 21, 2013
Holly S: My son put this on this Christmas list. Since he has a tendancy to pick the newest "it" thing, I always have to do plenty of research before buying. I first talked with people at the dealership and then went online. I could only find praise for this backpack. I was happy to see that it handles a helmet so no excuses not to take one (he has a ducati and there doesn't seem to be a way to store a helmet). I know he's not expecting it so I'm excited to give him something of quality that's useful. Dec 14, 2013
Yashar S: Heard good things about it. Was not disappointed. Dec 3, 2013
David V: Black Friday sale and also all the additional addons that make it a great product compared to other back packs. Dec 1, 2013
Jason T: great sale price on what i hear is the be all end all of riding backpacks. Anthony says it's his go to pack, and now it will be mine. thanks revzilla for helping me decide on what to buy for my first season of riding. much love!!!! Nov 30, 2013
Marc D: streamlined and seems like it can hold a good amount of stuff Nov 29, 2013
Linda R: A friend of my husband's and one of your customers, Benjy Yates, suggested it as a Christmas present for my husband! Hope he likes it! Benjy has this pack and loves it. Nov 29, 2013
F O: im looking for a good sized bag with a helmet carrier...this one isnt so bulky and i can carry enough for a day's ride Nov 29, 2013
Chris B: Carrying my laptop plus more accessories. Awesome Nov 24, 2013
Michael H: Many reasons:
It's expandable, which is nice for when I'm not carrying a lot of stuff, I can't tone it down. It has quick releases for ease of getting on and off. Those of you who have worn packs without this know how important that is when wearing an armored jacket. Lots of pockets. Media pocket. Ballistic nylon. Astars brand, which has never failed me. Lumbar strap. Water resistant. Helmet attachment.

Anthony gave a good description of all the Astars packs. This seemed to suit my needs best.
Nov 10, 2013
Bernard A: i always buy the best things. Nov 9, 2013
Chase F: Needed a commuter that could double as a day pack. Also wanted helmet storage. Oct 28, 2013
Hien T: I needed a commuter back pack with expandability. Great for shorter people (5'3"). Aug 18, 2013
A shopper asked: I am going to buy this backpack, and I am choosing the back protection to insert. I decided to go with the Alpinestar Bioarmor Back Protector, but what size should I buy? Jul 29, 2014
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Kenrick B asked: This might be a silly question but I can't imagine me using the waist straps all the time, but when I don't buckle them, even when in the securing clip, the straps seem like they hang a bit low and I am concerned about them getting caught in the wheel or chain.

What do you guys do about this?

Thanks.
Jan 6, 2014
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Kenrick B: Just in case anyone was wondering, after a few months my fear finally realized. I forgot to buckle the straps and one of them got caught between my seat and exhaust and melted onto the pipes. My buckle is ruined and my pipe was a PITA to clean. Just a warning to anyone that has a high exhaust like on a sport bike: either cut the straps off or always make sure they are out of the way. Oct 7, 2014
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Charles F H: Hi Kenrick B,

I've had the Aero pack for a couple of years and I rarely ride without the hip straps. It's too much of a distraction with the straps flailing around. And the bag moves too much on my back without them. But if you really don't want to use the hip straps, I would suggest tucking and zipping them up in the hip pouches that are on the bottom of the bag on each side.
Jan 15, 2014
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neil a: That would never happen unless you where getting run over by the bike already, the straps are not that long and also have really nice clips to hold them Jan 6, 2014
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Kenrick B: Thanks for the response. I like having the buckles fastened so will continue to do so as it does make the pack more stable when riding. Jan 16, 2014
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ANDRE B C: They hang low, but not as low as the chain or wheel. I guess the worst that could happen is having some scratches on the paint job... Jan 6, 2014
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James T: I cut mine off and took a lighter to the frayed ends. That was literally the first thing I did when I got it. Jul 9, 2014
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Kenrick B: I'm a new rider so thanks for helping to alleviate my (perhaps irrational) fear. Jan 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the raincover secure with a drawstring or elastic? Sep 12, 2012
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KJUDODAVE: ELASTIC, IT LOOKS LIKE A SHOWER CAP WITH ALPINESTARS ACROSS IT!!!! BUT IT WORKS WELL. Feb 25, 2013
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RevZilla: The rain cover lives in a pocket near the top of the pack and is secured by elastic. Sep 14, 2012
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Hien T: The raincover secures with elastic. Oct 17, 2012
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Sakamotociclista: It does secure with a elastic. Jan 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have an AFX FX-39 helmet in XL, and I was wondering if it would fit securely in the helmet carrier. Jul 12, 2012
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RevZilla: Dual Sport helmets like the AFX FX-39 will not fit into the Alpinestars Tech Aero Helmet holder securely. The Tech Aero is designed to a hold street which does not have the large peak visor or the elongated chin bar which prevents it from fitting onto the secure bag correctly. Jul 17, 2012
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Mike99: I am not familiar with the AFX FX-39, but the helmet holder fits my Nolan N103 with articulating chinbar, size XL, with no problem. The raincover does not really fit securely with the helmet in the holder. Aug 12, 2012
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TheHoff: The pocket is huge. It swallows my L full face. There are two straps to tighten it down but your helmet is pretty far off your back so make sure you don't wack it on something/someone. Jul 23, 2012
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KJUDODAVE: YES ITS PRETTY SECURE. I HAVE A XXL FLY TREKKER. Feb 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this backpack anywhere near comfortable while wearing an alpinestars celer jacket? Aug 24, 2014
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STEVEN B: I wear a dianese gp-r jacket with a back protector and I don't really notice the backpack is there. Having any backpack on will reduce airflow so you may be a little less comfortable on hot days. But I take my motorcycle to work and run paperwork all day with the bakcpack on and I don't mind it at all. Aug 25, 2014
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Cameron M: I wore it with an icon prime jacket at times but chose to instead strap it to the bike when travelling around 3000km as it was a bit of a pain to continueslly take put on/take off etc. I would look into panniers or a tank bag. Backpacks get in the way in my opinion. Aug 25, 2014
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Thomas S: I have a heavy leather contoured Alpinestars jacket and I do find the backpack comfortable to wear. However, my jacket does not have the hump in the back. Hope that helps some Aug 25, 2014
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George C asked: Is the Sternum Map panel holder removable while still maintaining the chest support? Dec 14, 2013
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Jarvis T: George,

Yes the Sternum map pocket is removable.
Unfortunatelyi if you remove it you will give up sternum support.
Only other support if removed will be the waist and shoulder straps..

Hope this helps.
Dec 17, 2013
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Alejandro G: Yes no problem. However it feels a bit more secure with the map panel holder no. I have to say Im very happy with the backpack. Dec 17, 2013
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Tchon M: Yes it is not needed for support really. More of an option that needed. Great backpack I also like the icon. Dec 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do the tags on the zippers of the backpack say anything or are they just like a hanging string? Feb 1, 2013
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RevZilla: The blank strings hanging from the Alpinestars Tech Aero Backpack are meant to help the rider locate the zippers easier. Feb 1, 2013
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KJUDODAVE: IT HAS THE ALPINESTARS LOGO. Feb 25, 2013
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Paul M: It says "Alpinestars". Feb 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: I would like to know if my HTC phone would possibly fit in the phone pocket on the left shoulder strap. It's 5" x 2 5/8" Oct 27, 2012
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RevZilla: Your HTC phone will not fit in the Alpinestars Tech Aero shoulder strap pocket because it is too small.

We would recommend you to look at any Kriega backpack, and get the additional Kriega Kube Pocket, which should allow you to fit any type of phone.
Nov 1, 2012
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Paul M: It is only good for old Nokia phones. No smart phone will fit in that. The pouch can hold 10cm (3.9") x 4cm (1.6") or about two adult male fingers. Tiny!! Feb 12, 2013
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KJUDODAVE: NO ITS MADE FOR A OLD STYLE NOKIA.:( MY HTC EVO DONT FIT. Feb 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: How big does the waist belt expand too? Most backpacks are for small guys...what does this pack go to in size? May 7, 2011
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Mike99: Each waist strap, including side pouch and buckle, extends to 21". The width of the backpack at the waist is 10.5". I'm not a small or thin guy, and the backpack fits over my textile jacket with plenty of adjustment room to spare. Aug 12, 2012
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Chris K: Its hard to say exactly as there is not sizing info provided, but based on my measurements, I would estimate that it fits at least up to a 46 inch waist. May 16, 2011
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BIGSITT: I probably have a 34-36in waist, and I bet you could fit in there with a 42+in waist. Jan 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: Im searching for a backpack for using it daily with small books and normal stuff, and maybe carrying a 15.6" laptop when I need to travel with it.
Im really concerned about how good the waterproofing of this backpack is, since I pretend to carry a laptop inside Im not expecting any water to get in.

Thanks
May 5, 2013
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RevZilla: This backpack is designed to fit most 15" laptops. The thickness of your laptop may determine whether or not it fits. Moreover, this bag is water resistant, not waterproof. We recommend that you use this backpack in conjunction with a dry-bag if you wish to ensure that your electronics remain water-free. May 8, 2013
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James T: I've been through some heavy rain with this pack, at 65mph as well as walking down the street. Nothing inside was even damp. It's very, very water resistant. Jul 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the depth in the bag while extended Jan 11, 2013
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Paul M: Not sure which way you mean depth... if the backpack is standing upright, the depth (or the height) is 45cm or 17.7". If the backpack is lying down, the depth is < 18cm or 7". Feb 12, 2013
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RevZilla: The approximate dimensions for the Alpinestars Tech Aero Backpack are as followed:

4 inches deep (full extended at the base) x 20 inches high x 11 inches wide
Jan 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: What are the dimensions of the tech aero? Oct 3, 2012
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RevZilla: The Alpinestars Tech Aero backpack is approximately 21.5" high, 14.25" wide, and 5.75" deep (measured internally) Oct 5, 2012
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Paul M: Approximately, 45cm (17.7") in length, 30cm (11.8") in width and less than 18cm (7") in thickness (at the thickest part and tapers off to to the top and bottom). Feb 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: I just bought the Astars MX-1 jacket. The race hump on my jacket isnt huge but still, would this back pack be able to hang low enough to sit a little below the hump? Other generic backpacks with no chest straps work with my jacket because I can hang them pretty low, but I am really wanting to buy a real riding backpack and this one seems awesome if it would work. Jul 2, 2012
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RevZilla: In general, jackets with a race hump make it difficultto use a backpack. This is especially true with motorcycle backpacks since they are designed to sit right behind the shoulder blades (thus providing a better feeling of balance while riding). Additionally, the race hump on the MX-1 is not overly large, however it is not terribly small either. Ultimately, we do not feel that you would be able to use this backpack comfortably with your current jacket. Jul 5, 2012
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Hien T: With the strap fastened, this backpack sits really high so it will definitely touch your race hump regardless how big it is. Oct 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: Would this be anywhere near comfortable to wear with an alpinestars celer jacket? Aug 24, 2014
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Alejandro G: I don´t know the Celer Jacket. I wear an RC1 Air. It's kind of similar judging by the pics. The backpack is just great, I'm sure it'll be comfortable with your jacket. Aug 25, 2014
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Brad W asked: I'm looking at this and the Kreiga R25. I've read that the quality of the AStars isn't up to the same level. But, I need the helmet protection when off the bike. I'm commuting and wanting for the occasional overnight trip. Any advice or feedback would be helpful. As almost $200 is high for a backpack that doesn't fit the needs. Which would you recommend? Jun 19, 2014
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Kyle C: I use this bag to commute. its good for everyday stuff but can get a little tight i carry my gym close in it to go after work. I carry a full size towel, a sweet towel, pair of running shoes, athletic short, tank top, boxer and socks and the bag is pretty much maxed. if you planning on doing overnight trips where you need more than one change of closes id go with some like the Kreiga R30 or bigger Jul 2, 2014
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Talha S asked: Which AlpineStars back protectors work with this bag? Also, is back protector really needed on a backpack to provide back protection? Wouldn't backpack on its own provide sufficient protection? Dec 10, 2013
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Carlos M: A Revzilla Representative already answered this up above with "Alpinestars Bionic Race Back Protector, or Alpinestars Bionic Air Back Protector." As for it providing sufficient protection on its own I think not. Perhaps with nothing inside the bag at all it would help a small amount. But the back protectors are designed to absorb the energy of an impact to keep it from reaching your spine and the backpack itself is not so I wouldn't say it is an adequate way to protect your back without the proper back protector insert. Watch some of the Revzilla videos about the back protector products they're very informative. Dec 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the alpinestars tech aero as aerodynamic as the dainese backpack r or the mach series from ogio? I love their shape but the tech aero to be quite bang for the buck today. Dec 2, 2013
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Norman R M: I don't have the other dainese or ogio but based on looks alone, I'd say they may be slightly more aerodynamic. Having said that, I really never noticed any issues with wind or aerodynamics with this backpack. It's still slick, even with a ton of stuff inside. Dec 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Which alpinestars back protectors can be used with this backpack? Mar 18, 2013
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RevZilla: On the product page, Alpinestars states that the Alpinestars Bionic Back Protector is the intended option, however the shoulder straps and waist strap are not removable, making hits seem rather bulky. Alternative options would be the Alpinestars Bionic Race Back Protector, which only has a waist strap, or the Alpinestars Bionic Air Back Protector, which is an insert. Mar 19, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 304564 610718-10/35170128 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours