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post #31 of 45 Old 07-23-2014, 04:02 PM
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DOn't forget the optional "back protector" you can throw into the backpacks.

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One more vote for the Kriega R25. Or anything by Kriega, really.

Riding with this pack changed my perspective on gear dramatically. It's the most comfortable bag I've ever come across, even after a couple hundred miles.

It also feels like an extra layer of protection. When I ride without it, I get a weird feeling like I've forgotten to put my seatbelt on.

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I use the Ogio Mach 5, pricey but it looks looks awesome and fits very well. The hardshell is really useful and I love the quick release shoulder straps. Makes it so much easier to get on and off when wearing a jacket and helmet.
I pick up mine on Saturday. Great reviews. I need to use it as my daily backpack so this one seems to work best for that.

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You do have a very good point there. I tried to use my Kriega R-25 off bike and since its designed to sit a lot lower on your back to take the weight off your shoulders it would be slightly uncomfortable to use daily off bike. Definitely worth trying it out nonetheless.

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I pick up mine on Saturday. Great reviews. I need to use it as my daily backpack so this one seems to work best for that.

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this is by far my favorite backpack.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004D1SMES/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I pack my work clothes, shoes, lunch etc..

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Got my Ogio today. This thing is perfect for what I want!! It can accommodate all the stuff I want/need in it... now I can retire my old Targus and also find a new home for the GIVI.



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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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Got my Ogio today. This thing is perfect for what I want!! It can accommodate all the stuff I want/need in it... now I can retire my old Targus and also find a new home for the GIVI.



Glad you were able to get it! It looks sweet and I am sure you'll like the feel
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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!
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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.
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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
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