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Old 08-19-2019, 01:03 AM   #1
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Ogio No Drag Mach 3 Backpack Review

Quick review on this backpack for those in the market for one...

I place my keys, wallet, a pair of boots, a top and a pair of pants in it. I'm also able to attach a full water bladder inside as there is a hook for it and a hole for the hose to go through for use. There are also other pockets for a laptop (which I've never used). I also keep a set of tools inside. There are multiple pockets for other things...It's very versatile. I love everything about this backpack. As far as functionality for storing items, I'd give it an "A".

For the "no drag" functionality, I also give it an "A". This backpack is the bomb when it comes to wind shear and buffeting. It actually helps me feel a stable on the bike as when I'm in a tuck I feel compressed on the bike. The backpack also does not feel heavy, and I do not suffer from fatigue. The pack covers my entire back and conforms to my body.

It also has clasps at the shoulder/chest area and around the waist. I only use the shoulder strap for easy access to remove and "install".

Here is a video on the backpack, showing the inside and space available:
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ach-3-backpack

I've also attached pics of the backpack on me @5'6 (showing the size and fitment)

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Hope this helps!

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Old 08-19-2019, 07:57 AM   #2
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Cool! Thanks for the review!

Does it still have the helmet carry feature? One of my Ogio no drags have it.
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Cool! Thanks for the review!

Does it still have the helmet carry feature? One of my Ogio no drags have it.
Hey! Haha, so glad you brought this up. When I was looking over the features on Revzilla's site, they mentioned this: "Integrated external, removable soft Nubuck leather helmet carry strap"

Although I've never used it!! ROFL. Sad I know.... But yes, it is still available on this model. Next time I ride, I'm gonna look for it...
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