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Introducing a line of streamline, aerodynamically shaped backpacks for street riding by Ogio. They are designed to sit firmly on the rider’s shoulders without flapping or pulling in turbulent winds at speed. There are several versions of the No Drag backpacks in the Ogio’s Mach family. They differ in sizes, materials used, and come with different sets of useful features. Prices range from $120 to $200.

All the backpacks have adjustable shoulder, waist, and chest straps, so you can comfortably wear one with or without a jacket. The back panel is padded for comfort. All No Drag Mack backpacks are compatible with up to 3-liter hydration packs. Ogio hydration reservoirs are also available at MOTORCYCLEiD.com (click the “Shop Now” button below). You can safely transport a laptop or a tablet inside a padded pocket with a security strap.

Ogio® - No Drag Mach LH Backpack

Features:
• A new addition to the Mach Family
• Aerodynamic design for optimal airflow
• Flat bottom allows the bag to stand upright
• Hidden Helmet Carrier accommodates most full-face helmets
• Dimensions: 12” L x 8” W x 19.5” H
• Weight: 1.322kgs/46.65OZ

Ogio® - No Drag Mach 3 Backpack


Features:
• Streamlined single shot molded exterior is water-resistant and will not deform from wind shear
• Shoulder gasket conforms to the body and increases aerodynamics
• Bolstered back foam profile increases air ventilation
• Soft neck shoulder straps increase comfort while riding and will not scratch helmet exterior
• 360-degree retro-reflective safety piping and logo
• Removable off center hip belt won’t scratch gas tank
• Zippered fleece lined personal electronics pocket
• Large main compartment with multiple interior storage compartments
• Fully featured organizer panel with zippered security pocket
• Dedicated shoe storage compartments for the commuting professional
• Ergonomic, padded, and fully adjustable riding specific shoulder straps with quick-release exit buckle
• Concealed aerodynamic carry handle.Fully adjustable and removable no slip sternum strap
• Integrated removable helmet carry strap
• Interior padded laptop sleeve with elastic closure fits most 15” laptops
• Padded iPad/tablet/e-reader sleeve
• Hydration ready
• Dimensions: 19" H x 12.5" W x 6.5" D

Ogio® - No Drag Mach 5 Backpack


Features:
• Streamlined single shot molded exterior is water-resistant and will not deform from wind shear
• Shoulder gasket conforms to the body and increases aerodynamics
• Bolstered back foam profile increases air ventilation
• Soft neck shoulder straps increase comfort while riding and will not scratch helmet exterior
• 360-degree retro-reflective logo and safety piping
• Removable zippered fleece-lined hip accessory pouch
• Removable off center hip belt won’t scratch gas tank
• Zippered fleece lined personal electronics/valuables pocket
• Large main compartment with adjustable load divider and multiple interior storage compartments
• Deluxe organizer panel with a zippered security pocket and stretch mesh dividers
• Dedicated shoe storage compartments for the commuting professional
• Padded interior helmet visor compartment
• U-shaped zippered expansion gusset increases carrying volume
• Ergonomic, padded, and fully adjustable riding specific shoulder straps with quick-release exit buckle
• Hydration ready
• Dimensions: 20.5" H x 14.5" W x 7" D
• Capacity: 1,350 Cubic Inches expandable to 1,475 Cubic Inches

Click on the image to enter the product page at MOTORCYCLEiD.com for more information.
To browse the full catalog of Ogio bags and hydration packs, click the "Shop Now" button below:

Give our sales team a call at 888.903.4344 (Toll Free) or 1.732.867.9995 (International) and we'll match any competitor's price.​
 

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FYI I just grabbed a Mach 5 version and it's amazing. It fits so much better than my regular backpack I was using, plus you can feel the difference in drag etc.

It's well made and holds a decent amount of stuff for my daily commute into work and back (approx 90km) and I don't come away with sore shoulders.

Well worth the coin if you are thinking of one!
 
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