The specs are WRONG,,,check the Ogio website, the 9800 is just a model number and these dimensions are incorrect , it is only a 7500 cubic inch bag..all my stuff does not fit as I hoped. Get the Alpinstars.
Excellent quality and workmanship, perfect size for the rack on the back of my DR650SE. I can likely get at least three days worth of riding.
I recommend this for a tail bag or a tank bag, works equally as well.
Bought this when my ICON backpack fell apart, and glad I spent the extra money. I use it every day for commuting and it has been perfect. Holds my laptop and accessories, a pair of shoes, change of clothes, sunglasses and it's still not full and doesn't yet require the expansion. It's comfortable and adjustable, very water resistant, and literally ZERO DRAG as they state. The best thing I can say about it is that it held up very well when tumbled. Just a few scrapes on the shell. No torn straps or other damage. I'm still using it everyday! Well done, OG
I have several backpacks and bags, and for commuting through the city, this is my favorite. The layout, size and arrangement of pockets make it convenient to store the things I carry, which are clothes and food in the main compartment, and iPad, phone, sunglasses, and accessories in the others. The padded compartment for a laptop or iPad is very cool, and I like the drawstring closed main compartment for larger things. I read that it has 28L of volume, but it doesn’t seem like it’s only 2L shy of my Kriega 30. It would be great if all backpacks had Kriega shoulder straps, but these are decent. My questions for choosing a backpack are: What do I need to carry in it? What size and design do I want to ride with? What do I want to spend on it? The Ogio Throttle was affordable and best answers these needs for me.