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OGIO All Elements Backpack
The OGIO All Elements Back Pack is a completely waterproof pack. Constructed from 420D nylon fabric, this roll-top style backpack has pockets for your tablet and your laptop. Use the exterior zippered pocket for all those items you need to access quickly.
- Completely waterproof roll top construction
- 360 degree reflective screen print
- Off-center removable hip belt will not scratch your gas tank
- Strap containment system ensures all straps are secured at high speeds
- Quick access front zippered stash pocket
- Airflow back panel keeps the rider cool
- 2-way adjustable sternum strap
- Dual density shoulder straps for maximum comfort
- Removable high visibility liner
- Laptop sleeve
- Tablet sleeve
- Organization panel with 2 zippered pockets
- 420D nylon construction
- 20.5" (rolled) H x 10.5" W x 6.75" D
- Weight: 2.5 Lbs.
- Capacity: 1600 Cubic Inches
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Reviews & Questions
There are better waterproof backpacks available on RevZilla but you'll pay up to twice as much. The Ogio is a simple roll-top design--if you use Ortlieb panniers on your bicycle, the concept is the same. There is one easily accessible outer pocket that looks watertight but I haven't tested it. And not that unlike a lot of backpacks, items in that outer pocket subtract from your total cargo space--in other words, it's not an "outside" pocket, it's outside access to an inside space.
I like a lot of pockets in my regular backpack but that's not how this one works. There are two zipped areas where you can stow small stuff. They are most easily accessible when you empty the pack and pull out the liner from the inside.
That's a great feature--the high-vis liner can be zipped out and washed.
There is a padded back that is designed to let airflow between you and the pack. Can't speak for that as I'm not wearing this in the heat. The structure of the pack, held in place by the chest and waist straps, is very solid. Although my Patagonia pack is my choice when it is not raining. The Ogio is actually better suited to being used on a moto.
The waist strap is easily removable: each end anchors to the pack via hook and loop. But here is my only real criticism: the strap is not easily stowed without removing it. So if you don't have the waist strap secured, it hangs down a bit. I found myself going down the highway and realized I hadn't connected the waist strap--so that meant this big loop was hanging behind me. Fearing that it might get caught on something, I pulled over and connected it. The other criticism about the waist strap is that it connects close to one side (one strap is long, one is short). That's fine when you don't have a helmet on, but when you do, it's hard to connect--at least it's hard to see it while you're connecting it.
over 2 years ago