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OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack

Item: P211464

The alpha dog in OGIO's ultra-aerodynamic No Drag series of backpacks. Expansion gussets and loads of pockets mean staying organized will be a breeze. Read More

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OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack

The OGIO Mach 5 Back Pack is OGIO's top-of-the-line aerodynamic backpack. Full of features such as a pocket for shoes, helmet carry strap and a fleece-lined electronics pocket, this backpack is made from a streamlined shape that resists buffeting at speed. The OGIO No Drag Mach 5 Backpack easily expands by means of a U-shaped zippered gusset.


  • Aerodynamic molded exterior design for unmatched "Air Flow" reducing drag while riding
  • Weather resistant molded exterior shell with molded graphic design
  • Laptop protective compartment fits most 15" laptops
  • iPad tablet protective compartment
  • Fleece lined smartphone and personal electronics protective pockets
  • Helmet visor padded protective compartment
  • Shoe storage dedicated compartment
  • Helmet carry strap with soft nubuck leather
  • Removable hip belt with off-center attachment to prevent gas tank scratches
  • Deluxe organization panel with secure valuables pocket and adjustable load divider to evenly distribute weight
  • Expansion zippered gusset to increase main compartment capacity
  • Ergonomic and deluxe padded back panel for ultimate comfort
  • Fully adjustable and ergonomic padded shoulder straps with quick exit buckles and no slip sternum straps for comfortable and secure fit
  • Body conforming shoulder gasket for increase comfort and fit
  • Hydration ready
  • Reflective safety piping and logo for 360 degree visibility
  • Concealed aerodynamic carry handle
  • 1475 cu. in. / 24.17L expanded
  • 20.5"H x 14.5"W x 7"D
  • 3.7 lbs. / 1.67 kg.
  • Carbon weave PU shell, 840D Jr. Ballistic Nylon, 420D poly

Note: Only the black colorway features a red interior.

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4.4 / 5.0
141 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
Bang For The Buck
4.1 / 5
4.2 / 5
4.3 / 5
4.8 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.7 / 5
Fit & Finish
3.9 / 5
4.5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
It's pretty but...
I didn't purchase this from Revzilla, but I wanted to put my review here because this is my favorite site to purchase all things bike related from.

First of all I listed Bang for the Buck as fair. Why? For all practical purposes this is a limited use backpack. What do I mean by that? When I purchased this backpack, I was thinking "Well, I'm a student & I ride my motorcycle to school so I can use it to haul my books, laptop and other such things." Wrong, but let me get back to that in a moment & talk about what's good about the bag.

First the exterior. The bag looks sharp. The outer shell has a sort of carbon fiber look and I've had people come up to me & say how cool the bag looks & want to feel the shell. The back of the bag that touches your back is nice & padded as are the shoulder straps. There's that nice off center waist strap that won't mess up your bike tank, the chest level strap that is adjustable & a helmet holder belt that you can use to keep your helmet attached to your backpack when you're walking. At the top of the back there's a zipper pocket that could hold a large smartphone or other such device. There's also reflective stripping on the left & right side so you'll be seen at night.

The interior of the bag has various pockets for pens, a phone, a laptop, a tablet size device and other such things. There isn't an elaborate setup, but it's sufficient. The space is decent with special shoe slots that work well. There's also a compartment to hold an extra helmet face-shield which I've tried out & it works. There's a zipper that goes around the length of the bag to expand the capacity of the backpack which is very nice. The interior of the bag has a decent setup with an acceptable amount of space.

Now the not so good stuff. If you're the kind of rider that's only going to need to haul clothes or extra shoes this bag has you covered. If you're like me & also want to haul around books...It better be comics or paperback. The exterior of the bag is single stitched and at the top front of the bag(what people would see if you were wearing the bag) there's a slit of sorts. It's a leather or suede slit you can slide your hand into to pick up the bag. Due to the single stitching it tears easily as my bag did. What it revealed was a piece of hard plastic underneath the leather or suede material. That single stitch equals poor quality & a short life span. It only took two of my daughters school books, her shoes & her lunch to cause my bag to rip when I picked it up. My daughter is nine so I'm not talking encyclopedia britannica here either. The bag is not designed to carry anything more than a light load. Also the bag is sexy, there's no denying that, but because it's good looking you almost have to treat it like a piece of art. You won't want to scratch this thing, get it scuffed or let anyone man handle it. The bag won't stand on it's own so you're going to have to either hold this thing or set it on the ground/floor when you're not wearing it. That means it'll get dirty easy or something might fall on it or scratch it. Yes, there is a waist strap, but if you have a gut, the strap isn't going to fit around your waist. I have a 32" waist with a slim stomach & with my leather jacket on it was a snug fit. Do your dieting before you strap this bad boy on.

While the interior will fit a decent amount of clothes don't expect to fit much else. Due to the unusual shape of the backpack, it's difficult to fit books. Even with the expansion zipper feature there's not a lot of room to work with. I was able to fit my 15" Asus Zenbook, an external dvd writer, an assortment of pens, my smart phone, my camera, various cords, my external hard drive & jump drive, but after that only 2 decent sized books. So it's not very practical for a student. Oh yes & that helmet shield holder. Good in theory but not in practice. If you want to put books in your bag you can't use the helmet shield feature. With all the things I just listed inside the bag the face shield wouldn't fit properly in the bag. I couldn't close the bag until I either bent the face shield( which would have broken it) or removed the shield. I chose the ladder. And the belt thingy that can be used to hold your helmet on the exterior of the bag? Well, it does what is says, but when you start walking you get this sort of swinging helmet motion which just isn't good so another nice idea but it needs some work.

In all fairness to the mfg, when I called OGIO to complain about the rip that happened 10 days after I had the bag they were extremely helpful, understanding & allowed me to send the bag back for a replacement bag free of charge. They paid to have it shipped back & are sending the replacement bag free of charge as well. So OGIO clearly stands behind their products. Even though this review on the Mach 5 is harsh I'm still going to continue to buy OGIO products. I'm just going to make sure I physically inspect the product before I drop the cash next time.

So in conclusion for $160 + I'm recommending the bag only to people that will use it to hold clothes, their laptop & other light things. For a student I'm saying it's not worth it.

Hey's sexy.
March 15, 2012
2004 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
3 / 5
Expensive but no regrets
Recently I’ve tried (and failed) to move away from riding with a backpack altogether but after looking at my options (tail/tank bags… etc) I have begrudgingly accepted that a backpack is in fact, the best option I have for my daily commute. I do have a set of really sweet and spacious Givi V35 hard bags that can be mounted on my bike, but most days I don’t carry enough items to require lugging around the two hard bags. Also, I definitely prefer the handling characteristics of my bike without them. For overnight or longer road trips, I would use them for sure, but for my daily commute I wanted another solution to carry my most essential supplies.

Back to the backpack options…
I used to carry around a tactical style 5-11 3-day MOLLE backpack which would fit all my daily supplies easily but it started getting worn and ragged from riding with it all the time. Not to mention I would have sore shoulders every day from the wind trying to rip the bag off my back at highway speeds (most of my commute). Mostly for this reason, I decided that my next backpack would be a purpose built motorcycle backpack instead of a more ‘hiking’ oriented one. After spending a couple of weeks doing research, reading reviews, and looking at different brands and styles, I decided to go with the Ogio ‘No Drag’ series and then I decided to get the top-of-the-line Mach 5 version.

It has an excellent assortment of internal pockets and trick features like the separate padded laptop/tablet pockets, shoe holders and built-in visor pocket… Basically, It fits everything I need for my daily commute with ease (keys, lunch, wallet, laptop, i-pod, various chargers/cables, extra clear helmet visor, phone, go-pro/accessories, pens, notepad, rain gear (pants and jacket), first aid kit, pliers, screwdriver, hex/allen keys, and tire pressure gauge – whew! I think that’s everything). If the standard size isn’t enough, there is an expansion zipper on the Mach 5 that allows you to cram more things in if needed.

It has an additional helmet leash to 'hands-free-carry' your helmet on the right side of your body.

Good weight distribution when fully loaded and riding. No heavy spots.

Almost NO felt wind resistance #and subsequently less shoulder pain than a typical backpack causes# at prolonged highway speeds.

No movement/shifting in crosswinds. This is a huge problem with a typical backpack. I always see other riders with their backpacks falling over to one side!

Specially designed back padding creates a cooling channel of wind right down the center of your back #even when carrying a full camelback water bladder#.

The Mach 5 comes with an extra waist strap with a small pouch for items like wallet, keys, or other small items you may need quick access to.

Last but not least… Cool looking design.

The external surfaces of the bag are so delicate that any nick or scratch is immediately visible and depending on your OCD level, this might drive you crazy. You’ll have to get used to not throwing your backpack around or laying it on its back.

The main compartment opens up from the underside of the bag, which requires you to lay it down on its back each time you go into it, see the above comment for why this is frustrating. #I open it by sitting it upright on my work chair so that the back rests against the cushion of the chair#

When in the fully tucked riding position the back of your helmet makes contact with the top of the bag.

If you have to ride to work on a daily basis and are looking for a backpack you should definitely consider this option. It’s not cheap, but it’s surely one of the more comfortable options for riders and may be worth the money to you depending on how much actual time you spend riding at highway speeds. That said, there are three different trim versions. Taking all that into consideration, any version of this bag would be better for highway riding than your typical soft-bags or hiking backpacks simply due to the hard-shell design that reduces wind resistance, and fatigue over time… For me the bottom line is this... If I'm going to spend 2-3 hours per day going 70 mph on my motorcycle I want to make sure I do it comfortably with as few distractions as possible so I can stay 100% focused on the road. Wait! I think I just justified the purchase of this bag as “safety equipment”
July 8, 2015
2011 Suzuki GSX1250FA
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Awesome concept. Poor execution.
I was really looking forward to getting this pack. It looks awesome and the concept of it seemed so promising. Upon receiving the pack, I thought it was great. It is a really great looking pack and it just feels like a top quality product.

Unfortunately, it just does not perform well, in my opinion. It fails in execution and functionality. First, the molded shape of the pack does not allow you to fit as much as is advertised. The picture provided is tremendously misleading. Once I had my laptop in, it was a pain getting anything else to fit. Clothes are fine, but I was planning on using it for school. Fitting my things, plus the laptop did not work.

Another failed aspect is the helmet visor padded protective compartment. I was excited to be able to wear my dark smoke face shield during the day and carrying my clear one in the pack for night riding. However, the holder does not hold the face shield very well AND with that in, plus my laptop, I could not close the backpack, even with opening the expansion portion.

The pack honestly caused more frustration and pain than any other backpack. I tried really hard to convince myself that it was a great buy, but I had to return it. I think I'm just going to get the Alpinestars Charger Backpack.

Unfortunately, I do not recommend this backpack.
August 12, 2014
2013 Honda CBR250R
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
2 / 5
It's "okay"
We're talking about $170 backpack here. I think folks are being a little too polite.

*The aerodynamic design is helpful in reducing drag.
*The visor / shield pocket is really cool.

*It's small.
*The extra crud is comes with... straps... pocket pack... clearly there to increase the price and impact the perceived value - but a complete waste, as they erode the item's core aero feature.
*Baffling: only has a quick release on one of the two straps. When you're in skin tight leather with a helmet limiting your downward view, and gloves limiting your feel - why in the world would you only include a quick release on the right side? It makes getting in and out of the thing a frustrating waste of time. It's consistently annoying.
*The front strap is going to be too small for larger riders. I'm not a particularly large person and it's at full spread.

Someone will come along and do this right - this is not it. The stitching is single thread and poor - no way it holds up to even a modest crash. No way is it protecting your $2k laptop when you do crash. Really, this backpack is a pretender. Right now, it's the only game in town with these aero properties. Overall, especially at this price point, it's a disappointment. It's being sold as a motorcycle backpack - yet doesn't really take a rider's needs into perspective.
October 30, 2014
2015 Kawasaki Ninja 650R ABS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Bill & Ted approve of this bag!
This bag is great. Def worth the extra $ to get the Mach 5. Very worthy of excellent adventures!

Durability; it's great. I've rode with it for a few months now and it is still like new. Haven't had any straps fray or rip at the stitching. No buckles have broken either. My last bag was from ICON and it busted at the seams even when it wasn't overpacked.

Comfort; this thing is very comfortable. Unlike most bags that move around or feel like they unzip while you ride, this one stays in place. It stays in place even without the sternum and waist straps attached. True to its name, it's low drag. No more bag hopping around your back while you do the "speed limit". If you like to feel extra secure, you can use the additional straps on the waist and sternum, but as I said before you really don't need them. The shape of the bag allows it to form to your back turning you into an aerodynamic turtle of sorts.

Ease of use; This bag is like a Swiss Army Knife. Okay, not really, but almost. There's a pocket for everything. Tools, gadgets, G.I. Joes, TPS reports, whatever, there's a spot for it. There's a spot for a hydration pack for those long hauls through the Mojave. There's a pocket that can fit a 15" laptop also, but… I don't really know anyone who rides around w/ a laptop especially since we all have smartphones these days. But it's there. There's enough room to fit a change of clothes and possibly a hoodie too. There are dedicated straps to keep your shoes in place also. A mesh net clips into the top of the bag to keep your clothes etc snug against the shell of the bag. The extra 2lt of storage is handy also. Lets you cram as much junk as you want in there without worrying about it busting the second you attempt to zip it up.

As you can see, the shell is one solid piece while the zipper is in the back of the bag against the riders back. You don't have to twist-tie your bag zippers anymore or worry about them unzipping themselves. Great for keeping your mind focused on your ride instead of wondering if your Game Genie fell out of your bag on your way to Grandma's house. There is also one zipper pouch separate from the main compartment that is felt lined. It isn't that big thought. It'll fit a cell phone and a wallet though. Great place to stash your wallet instead if inside the bag so you're not undoing everything at the gas station when you're filling up.

This bag also makes for a great makeshift weapon. The hard shell can really catch someone by surprise. I only know this because some buffoon pulled out the Micro Machine version of Rambo's knife on me and demanded money so I brought the wrath of the Titans down on his skull with my Mach 5. Guess he wasn't expecting a bag to knock him on his bum. So yeah, great weapon. (I, no does Revzilla or Ogio recommend or condone using this bag as a weapon.) Had to toss that in there for legality purposes.

Bottom line; buy it. You won't regret it. Sleek, stylish and functional.

Dress for the slide, not for the ride!
March 13, 2014
2012 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6RR
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
It's like it's not even there.
I commute to work every day (weather permitting) and carry anything from a pair of shoes to an extra layer and a laptop to and fro. I used to have a standard backpack, but I upgraded to the Ogio and have been amazed at its aerodynamic-ness. Once it's on, you'll only know it's there if you see your reflection or if someone is shouting "ninja turtle!" at you.

When you put it on, it's best to put on the right strap, then buckle the waist, then put the left shoulder strap on last. The waist buckle is on the right side and is almost impossible to put on once you've got the pack on both shoulders.
May 24, 2016
over 2 years ago
2012 Triumph Street Triple R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Best backpack ever
I conure to work on my bike every day and need space to carry all sorts of stuff. My work 17" dell computer, iPad, lunch bag and some other items all fit nicely. One thing I don't care for is the bottom strap that squeezes my insides, so I took it off. Overal the bag is awesome and stays glued to my back at high speeds. I ride a Ducati Diavel
June 9, 2014
2013 Ducati Diavel
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
4 / 5
A bag that looks like it could do it all, but doesn't
For those like to skim reviews, here's a quick Pros/Cons list:
-Hydration ready
-Fits my 17" HP ProBook
-Built-in visor bag
-Helmet carrier
-Looks great
-Good fit/finish

-Doesn't come close to fitting what they show in the stock photos
-Small main storage compartment
-Helmet strap locates helmet in an awkward place
-Hard shell makes "cramming" things in tricky
-Difficult to get on/take off when geared up
-Have to remove it to get to anything

For those interested in a bit more detail...

After getting a new job that required me to carry a laptop I had 2 options: a) quit commuting on my bike, or b) get a bag that can carry all my usual stuff plus a laptop. I had a Rapid Transit 19 tank that worked beautifully but just wasn't big enough to carry my laptop. I didn't want hard luggage which really limited my options. I liked the looks of the No Drag Mach 5 but the price was hard to swallow. Ultimately, it looked like Mach 5 was the only option that, on "paper," would fit all my needs of being able to handle all of my regular items - lunch, drink, shoes, change of clothes, and other odds and ends - plus extra nice features of a helmet strap and visor bag for those winter days where it's sunny when I ride in and dark when I head home and want to swap visors. The ability to accept a hydration bladder was just icing on the cake.

Upon getting the bag, I laid out everything I would be hauling in it and began packing it up, everything was fine until it came time to actually pack the main compartment. The pockets for the shoes were a nice touch but actually getting shoes in there was more cumbersome and frustrating that it was worth; with the flap of the bag packed up with a laptop, cell phone, wallet, and other odds and ends the bag zipped up fine. However, once I tried pack a frozen lunch, a can of soda, and change of clothes did the bulk of the packed flap collide with the contents of the main compartment. Even with the expansion zippers opened up, it wasn't even close to holding everything. If I removed the shoes I could at least cram everything in and close the bag but it worried me that it was putting too much stress on the zippers. Strike 1 against the bag.

After I was at least able to get the bag packed, I suited up with my leather riding jacket and attempted to throw the bag on like any other kind of backpack. It wasn't happening. The material of the straps was comfortable but it seemed grippy and made it difficult to just slide on. I honestly practiced to see if I could become proficient at it and after a half hour or so I finally just accepted that no matter what I was going to look silly whenever I tried to just slip on the bag with my riding jacket. I was hoping for a bag that I could throw on quickly and take off just as easily but that wasn't the case. Additionally, if I just needed to grab something out of the bag it required taking it off (not an easy task), unzipping the main compartment, dealing with all of the crammed contents falling out and having to repack the contents once I retrieved whatever item I originally required and then wiggling the bag back on my shoulders. This became strike 2 against the bag.

Finally, the price. It was hard enough to accept dropping $170 for just a backpack. It was functional enough that I could use it for traveling and hauling stuff to/from work even when not riding my bike; and it looks awesome. Ultimately, it's just too pricey for what it is. Some of the additional features I thought were nifty originally lost there luster when I realized they had there faults as well. The helmet visor was one of the things that helped me decide to buy the bag, but actually getting the visor in the pocket was annoying. Getting the visor in and then the restraining strap in place took some getting used to; the helmet strap ended up placing the helmet under my right arm so that I would always be resting my right elbow on my helmet when walking around with it. Lastly, it's deceptively big, Sitting on my bike with it, the bottom would bounce off the rear seat cowl when I sat a bit upright. Admittedly, I'm a shorter person at 5'8" so this may not be an issue for taller people. This all added up to a resounding strike 3 against the bag.

All these negative things aside, the bag does have its positive features; it has a great warranty, again, it looks awesome. The shell is sturdy enough that it looks like it could take a bit of abuse (not saying it would survive a wreck) and handle wear and tear with ease. Build quality and stitching looked great. The curved and padded back panel was comfortable and the straps did a great job of distributing weight evenly so as not to strain your shoulders or lower back.

Ultimately, the bag just can't carry all the things the stock photo shows that it would, and while full of features, those features aren't necessarily easily utilized. I tried to talk myself into this bag more than once but in the end decided to return it.

I ended up replacing it with a $25 Adidas back pack that has held up great so far and hoping to save up for a Kriega US-20 tailbag in the near future.
February 13, 2013
2006 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Brilliant. Great functionality with great looks.
I had previously purchased an Icon Squad 2 backpack. Useful, but heavy and clumsy. So I decided to upgrade by buying OGIO backpack.

I love the design. Although it doesn't have all of the small pockets and stashes that the Icon has, it is extremely lighter, better looking, and hold as much if not more.

Extremely pleased.
March 29, 2016
2007 Ducati GT1000
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Durable, stylish, comfortable, great value
I bought this bag to use as my "run around town-take to college" bag, and as soon as I opened the box where it came, it was quality at first sight, its shell is durable and hard, the style is very understated, which is great, I really love that the main draw are two slim white lines across the shell, very classy bag.

And my favorite part is that you don't end looking like a Ninja Turtle, because the shell is very streamlined, does that make sense?, I would recommend this bag to people that don't even own a bike, it is THAT GOOD!.

Aside from carrying my gear when I'm ON THE BIKE, I use it to store my electronics around the house, my two little boys have a hard time opening my ninja turtle shell, so they give up trying to get their dirty little hands on my expensive gear, BUAAHAHAHA!, I WIN!
May 26, 2014
2013 Ducati Monster 1100 EVO
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Nelson C on Oct 22, 2017
I needed good-looking hi-viz hardshell aerodynamic backpack.
Konstantin A on Aug 3, 2017
Video Breakdown
Nelson C on Oct 22, 2017
Saw this BP on another rider and she recommended it. I have to say i'm not one to wear a BP when i ride, but the OGIO really does fit comfortably with NO drag. You're not going to carry a wardrobe in it, but it easily fits the essentials.
ricocruz on Aug 8, 2017
I needed good-looking hi-viz hardshell aerodynamic backpack.
Konstantin A on Aug 3, 2017
I needed a backpack to carrry my laptop to work.
Hughes R on Jul 11, 2017
Love the hardshell design, along with the thoughtfulness that went in to the organization of the features.
Paul C on Jul 1, 2017
Style, space/storage, Wind reduction.
D I on Jun 26, 2017
comfort,style, quality
Shawn M on May 26, 2017
Can carry what I need and safer in a crash
tommy m on May 8, 2017
Need a backpack that is aerodynamic when riding in areas with strong side winds
Christopher M on May 2, 2017
Awesome looking backpack!
Peter J on Apr 13, 2017
My son has the Mach 5 and my wife has the Mach 3, both work well for them.
With the 24 liter capacity, I will be able to pack my work shoes, lunch, thermos and water in it.
Steevo1 on Apr 13, 2017
It looked nice and it was the best looking motorcycle backpack I Could find
Muadh A on Apr 10, 2017
Looked perfect for a sport bike and needing to carry things (i.e. to and from the gym).
A C on Apr 5, 2017
I needed a good backpack with a good aerodynamic and comfy and this seems to be able to get the job done plus it has some protection.
Casey B on Mar 19, 2017
Seems to be the best backpak for sport/supersport riding. A friend has one and its perfect for what I need.
Enrique R on Jan 18, 2017
i have the mach 3 and have purchased the mach5 for my hubby as a valentines gift
Karen C on Jan 7, 2017
I watched goods review on U-tube, revzilla
very very good video~
K I on Dec 17, 2016
Motorcycle rider specific, stores extra helmet shield.
Rossicle on Nov 26, 2016
From reading the details of this backpack and watching the great video provided by the RevZilla team, it's exactly what I'm looking for in a riding bag.
Doyle G on Nov 4, 2016
Chose because of the amazing reviews.
Billy S on Oct 31, 2016
hi-vis color and storage configuration
DAVID A on Oct 23, 2016
I needed a backpack to carry things to and from work without tearing from flapping around in the wind. This thing can carry a weeks worth of clothing for me with ease.
Shelby M on Sep 6, 2016
perfect for trips!
H O on Aug 22, 2016
Recommendations, style, functionality.
Patricia P on Aug 19, 2016
I had a bag open up on me on the freeway. Lost everything. My buddy has one of these and I tried it, there was no stopping me from buying it from there on out.
Dylan W on Aug 8, 2016
Excellent product daily use for job and weekend storage, pc, tablets, etc....
Cheol Ho H on Aug 5, 2016
most storage and features out of the mach series, so why not?
Thomas G on Jul 30, 2016
looks awesome and has all the storage i need while riding a motorcycle.
Phani Karthik G on Jun 30, 2016
I'm prior military so there's never a place I go without a backpack. I wanted something that wouldn't slow me down with a lot of drag as I hit the high speeds. This back pack is great with just enough space and compartments. I have only a few issues with the bag but nothing that would keep me from recommending it to anyone.
Raul G on Jun 17, 2016
The shape of the shell and the no drag feature was the big seller for me. I like the size of the storage capacity as well.
Mark S on Jun 2, 2016
the best
Clifton S on May 20, 2016
I need to carry things on my commute, but don't want to feel like I'm wearing a donkey.
Michael S on May 20, 2016
larger size than the Mach 3 and the Dainese
John W on May 20, 2016
For work. Carries all my stuff
Theresa S on May 11, 2016
I choose to buy this backpack for the extra face shield storage and the nice looks.
David M on May 2, 2016
Been wanting a nice backpack and found this one to my liking
William C on Apr 26, 2016
safety and visibility while carrying gear
Michael S on Apr 25, 2016
I wanted to upgrade from my past backpack. So far, I am extremely impressed. Great upgrade!
Daniel K on Apr 24, 2016
Love it. fits well and not pulling on my shoulders at all.
QUENTIN K on Apr 15, 2016
best backpack i could find , no cons that affect me and great style for road use.
shannon k on Apr 13, 2016
I needed a backpack that was aerodynamic. My regular backpack would shift/flop around.
D P on Mar 25, 2016
the video review sold me
Rob S on Mar 22, 2016
Strong, rugged, waterproof, tons of room and specialized compartments for laptop, bladder, visor, shoes.
Eric B on Mar 9, 2016
My son told me it's the one he wanted for his birthday!
Jana R on Feb 25, 2016
Size and aerodynamics. i like the bag and the reviews
E D on Feb 9, 2016
Cool Bag - not much room in it considering it's size. I'd suggest shopping for a roll over bag. Much more room and water proof. Dainese makes some. I have a sea to summit from easter mountain sports. Pack a long weekends worth of stuff into it plus a seat bag on the monster and have plenty of storage/carry space.
Eric I on Jan 24, 2016
Was looking for a bag more specific for when I ride my motorcycle with enough capacity for carrying dress shoes and additional clothing as well as laptop and iPad. I commute to work on my bike. I won't know until I actually pack it as to whether it will provide enough room or not. I'm hoping the additional zip out allows for enough room to carry my stuff. We shall see.
Bryce G on Jan 19, 2016
form and function...wanted a backpack that rode with me not just on me, and it of course has to look slick...the Mach 5 fit the bill
sara g on Jan 17, 2016
this is a gift for my brother. he rides an R1 and has wanted this for a long time
Toby T on Dec 6, 2015
Love the look and features
Henriette D on Dec 2, 2015
Saw this BP on another rider and she recommended it. I have to say i'm not one to wear a BP when i ride, but the OGIO really does fit comfortably with NO drag. You're not going to carry a wardrobe in it, but it easily fits the essentials.
ricocruz on Aug 8, 2017
I needed a backpack to carrry my laptop to work.
Hughes R on Jul 11, 2017
What hydration packs are compatible with this backpack?
Jose L D on Feb 6, 2014
is this water proof?
A shopper on Nov 21, 2013
BEST ANSWER: If you're driving through a light shower for 15-20 mins your stuff will be fine but considering what it's made out of, there's no way it's water proof. The material on the back seems like it is but the material that goes against your body is not. So MOST of the rain will get repelled because it won't be getting to the part your body is covering up. However with prolonged exposure I'm sure you could get stuff inside wet if you really tried.
Regarding the mach 3 and the mach 5, what are the major differences besides the extra hip pouch, visor pouch and the extra space?

Are there differences in construction? strap? or anything else?

I have noticed that dainese released one with their design and it is a mach 3, wondering why they didn't use the mach 5 instead.
A shopper on Sep 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is a similar question to this if you scroll a little more down or visit the Mach 3 Q&A page. In a nutshell from reading said question, however, I can tell you that the Mach 5 is just a little roomier and has a sleek new, carbon fiber-ish finish.
Anyone know if the 3 Liter (100 oz) hydration pack will fit in the dedicated compartment?
Javier A on Feb 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would imagine so. A gallon of milk fits.
Is the visor sleeve removable?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes and no. There is an attaching strap at the top of the sleeve which is "permanent." That said, there's enough slack in it that if you wanted to cut it and then put in a Velcro splice, it's an easy fix. That's what I did as I valued the extra length of the bag for big bulky things over the ability to carry a spare visor, which I never really do anyhow. If you do that "fix" using fabric designed cement, as I did, the whole job takes about 5-10 minutes, excluding the time it takes for the adhesive to set.
I have an alpinestars celery jacket with a large hump, would this backpack fit properly while riding?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I don't think it would fit well with a speed hump on your jacket. The bag itself becomes a speed hump. Maybe if you had very little in the bag it would for, but I doubt it would fit comfortably.
can you put a helmet in the bag ?
Nadim A on Mar 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Never thought about it, just put my Shuberth SR1 in the bag. It will fit but I had to expand the bag by unzipping the expansion zipper.
need a 19" laptop backpack for my ever-travelling race engineer - boyfriend help....suggestions?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I have this backpack, with the carbon fiber print exterior, it is an absolutely amazing backpack and I can personally say at 140 plus miles per hour I couldn't even tell that it was on my back, however I own a 14 inch laptop and that can barely fit in the laptop space provided. I really don't think a 19 inch laptop could even fit in the main pocket, so I can personally check for you and get back with the answer in an hour.
So Ive been doing weekend trips here in Cali and I was curious could this hold a few pairs of clothes and small essential items for a weekend trip? 2 pairs of pants, 1 pair of shoes, socks, t-shirts, etc.. Maybe even more depending on the extent of the trip. Could this do the job or is there something else I should focus my attention at?

Gordon A on Feb 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: That would be a tight fit, especially if your pants are jeans. I'm lucky to get one pair of shorts, underwear, flip flops and two T shirts in mine. I suppose if your pants are of thin material and fold/roll up nicely, it may work. If you can fit it into a regular sized school type backpack, it should fit in the. Ogio. I use mine to store my layered clothing as the day warms up, etc. One thing for sure is that this bag doesn't buffet around so it is comfortable. Combine that with a tank bag and I think you will have your bases covered. Good luck
Will it fit a 15.6" laptop?
Marcos R on Nov 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It will if placed in the main bag compartment. You won't have much room left for anything else though.
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