HIgh Speed, No Drag
November 12, 2012(Balt-DC, MD)
A Speed Triple with saddlebags? Not happening. A Triple pilot with an Ogio No Drag pack? Well, hesitate in a passing zone and I'll show you how good it looks.
More than 8-hours in the seat yesterday, twisties and interstate, and never really noticed it was there.
Will it fit enough for a weekend with friends? Not if you bring the wife.
Tried and True backpack
Chris M -
July 24, 2012(Mankato, MN)
I bought this backpack way back in June of 2009. Since then, I've used it virtually every single day, even during the winter, as my work backpack. It's been thrown around, beat up, through all elements, and is still a champ. I've stepped on the snap that goes around your waist, breaking 2/3's of it off, but it STILL locks tight. The bag is very comfortable, very adjustable, and fits everything I've ever needed.
Nice features but......
April 04, 2012(Hammond, LA)
Pretty impressive back pack. Have only used twice. Both on the highway. 2 features I don't like so far: waist strap won't secure while wearing a jacket, which I always do and it doesn't include the hydration reservoir or at the least an insulting wrap for one.
Ogio No Drag backpack
March 16, 2012(Sandy Springs, GA)
I am a tall guy with size 14 shoes. This back pack works as advertised. I was surprised to see that may shoes fit into to backpack. The pack holds my PC properly.
March 06, 2012(Gulfport, MS)
The only issue I have with this bag is that it’s not very big. However, I can fit standard workout clothes, water bottle and my iPad. You'd better not take this thing to the grocery store! The best thing about it is you don't even notice it at 180mph!
February 23, 2012(dallas, TX)
This is my 1st bag I thought the price was a lil high, but it was def worth every penny I took this bag everywhere I went being able to run my headphone cords through the bag helped out a lot so they didnt get in the way and I have a 17in laptop and it still fit in their just right and I love this bag everyone should get one if you dont have one.
February 02, 2012(San Diego, CA)
I bought this a couple of weeks ago. Very slick looking backpack. It even has a hood so you can strap your helmet to the back. I tested it in the rain, none of my items were wet because the outer shell is waterproof. The only con I can think of is that it's a little small. You may want to find another backpack if you carry a lot of stuff around.
Good backpack but not so good durability
February 02, 2012(Santa Ana, CA)
By design this backpack is one of the nicest looking ones out there. I get compliments for it all the time. I've had this for a year. Durability is so-so. The sternum strap's stitching came off (I only use the shoulder strap). Also the shape of the backpack doesn't allow it to stay upright when you place it on the floor. The stitching at the bottom is now also starting to come off. Hopefully Ogio warranty will take care of it.
Great for everyday riding
November 04, 2011(Beverly Hills, CA)
Great!! I ride with it every day. Beautiful cool-looking backpack. Its all black so I added a Ducati logo sticker on it; looks even better...LOL
Waist belt limitations!!!
Kevin R. -
September 08, 2011(Annapolis, MD)
Nice construction, attention to detail, nice design. Then I tried it on. Maximum length of waist belt is just over 40”. Also, the belt is a little higher on the waist so if you have a little gut, it's tight. However if you wear an armored jacket or a warmth layer, it's just TOO tight. With my Olympia GT jacket on there is no way I can buckle it around my 37" waist. Really. How much would it have cost OGIO to make that nylon strap 6"-8" longer??? Especially when you consider the price of this bag.