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|12-07-2016 08:46 PM|
|tgodon13||I have an Icon Squad 3.0 in neon yellow. I have only used it once so far, but it works well, was $100, and holds my laptop.|
|08-05-2016 08:07 AM|
|MarkDucati||I just use a $25 Under Armor sack, you know, the kind with the 3/8" ropes for straps... I like the fabric sack as it folds nicely and I just tuck it inside my jacket when not using, or if you have a tail cover, it will fold up and fit under it.|
|08-03-2016 07:19 AM|
For badass/stealth? Dainese D-Exchange bro.. best option. Period. I rock the small and it actually expands a lot! Crazy pockets, insert for armour, built in water proof cover.. typical Dainese superiority
|07-29-2016 03:04 PM|
I have the ICON Squad II in orange.
Its not the most aero back pack and its a bit cumbersome, but its big, fits a ton of stuff (I carry all my rain gear each day), has a nice laptop compartment (which I use everyday), is visible, reflective, built like a tank....I really like it. I removed the crazy shoulder arm things from it though.
|05-17-2016 04:33 AM|
Originally Posted by cyphon68 View Post
|05-16-2016 02:41 PM|
i use a Kriega R30 when I take a trip and its awesome. Its big, but generally if i'm taking this bag its because i'm hauling around a 17" laptop, shoes, chargers, and a cover. It will accomodate a metric pantload of gear and can feel small or big depending on how much you stuff in it. I was able to load it up with my laptop, shoes, chargers, cover, clothes for a weekend, and a DSLR when i went to MotoGP last summer. The pack is soft, so it won't really protect my laptop from snapping if i fall and land back first, but the backpack is very comfortable even when fully loaded. The main pouch is waterproof and after seeing it in action, i'd believe i could ride through a monsoon and the contents inside would still be perfectly dry. The back protector add-on really does feel very protective and reassures me more than even the back protector in my Rev'it jacket. As someone else said, it feels like i forgot to put on a seatbelt when i'm not wearing it.
If you're in for a very functional soft bag, i think it'd be very hard to beat a Kriega R30 or R25
|05-15-2016 10:56 AM|
I'm still using my Dainese Backpack R after maybe three years? They don't even make them anymore its so old. Its still in perfect condition after a lot of use and is very well designed so I haven't needed a new one yet. It has a really useful helmet holder built into the back of it that I use when I go to races. You can still find old stock new ones online I think.
Ogio seems to have been bought/licensed by Dainese now
D-MACH BACKPACK - Dainese
|05-15-2016 01:14 AM|
Bringing up old sh*t
Has anyone tried the Ducati Downtown Backpack?
Ducati Downtown Backpack | eBay
I like the look and color scheme. I don't need a lot of room, just a backpack to hold a few things.
Also, can someone post a pic of them wearing the Ogio. I wanna see what it looks like on. Thanks!
|07-27-2014 09:12 PM|
Originally Posted by wachuko View Post
|07-27-2014 06:14 PM|
|Winter||I have the Mach 5, and it is a great bag. Ability to expand is excellent, and some of the extra perks it offers over the 3 and 1 made it the one for me...|
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