Ogio No Drag Backpack ~ Official website ________________________________________ The Ogio No Drag backpack is an awesome bag, I rode it to work this morning and I can't even notice it on my back (0.7 Kg with nothing in it according to official specs), I'm around 6'1" and I had no trouble checking blind spots whilst riding or anything. When I rode into work this morning, I took work pants, work shoes, GPS, spare set of gloves, wet weather pants, phone, wallet & a pair of sunglasses, and honestly it was still light compared to my other bag (Joe Rocket Blaster Backpack), anyway everything fitted in quite well which it has more space then it looks imo. As I said when I was riding to work I barely noticed the bag, and didn't feel any resistance from the wind, or the bag being overloaded or anything of that nature, and when I got home I got my brothers laptop out and put it in the front pouch which is designed for a laptop; and sure enough it fit (with the above mentioned minus the work pants which are hanging up in the change room at work), it fit easily in the front pouch so I got my brothers second laptop and it also fitted in the second laptop pouch (probably designed for a small book/map or something) but none the less it fit two laptops which is pretty impressive. All up theres about ten or so pouches and what not, there is shoe holders (basically a drink bottle holder on each inside-side (if that makes sense???)), a hydration bladder pack area which is waterproof material (feels a little thinner then the wet weather pants I use). and you can also put the hydration pack tubing up through the bladder area into left shoulder strap and then you can put the valve through the chest strap which will hold it in front of you in a good position, It's a bit steep on price (around about the $200 mark) but if you're looking for a great bag for a ride (especially a commute to work/school) then this is the perfect bag, it's got a lot of padding which is great and on the front is a nice. It also comes with an audio pouch to put a music player in the pouch and feed the audio cables through the right shoulder strap and out the top of the into the helmet, which is a nice feature to have - it also has room to put a phone in the shoulder strap as well. As well as the two bigger pouches for a laptop and a book you also get a ID area to keep some cards with clear plastic covering over it, as well as a zipped area which is around about 10cm x 5cm for keeping tools, spare change, keys etc. Above it you have pen holders and a Velcro locked compartment which easily holds my thick GPS & wallet full of shrapnel. Last but not least is the helmet attachment which is a good, underneath the bag is a 'secret' compartment which houses the 'hood' if you want to call it that which you place your helmet over on the bag and carry it with you, when I first got the bag I tried it and with adjusting the straps a bit it holds it nice & firm and even though its on your back it doesn't seem to weigh me down which is great. It's not too big like the JR Blaster backpack but not small enough that you can't fit everything in easily. I would recommend this bag to basically anyone, it's well worth the price and as an added bonus it comes with a lifetime warranty. In a couple of months I'll post how the bag is going in terms of ware & tear but I really don't expect the bag to do that, it really feels like quality material, which I should mention, the outside feels 'hard shelled' in terms of it being a rubbery material. I feel that it only really lacks one thing, and that's a exterior pocket for nice thick leather wallet, whilst you can store your wallet in the bag (if you don't like riding with stuff in your pocket like me for some reason), there isn't really any exterior pockets aside from the hood underneath which could fit a wallet (with the hood also in) and you could just reach under and grab it I suppose, or you could even use the audio pouch which is kind of exterior but sits behind your back so you would still need to take the bag off and get it out. On the official website it doesn't say it's water resistant but from a couple of other reviews of people who brought it they say it holds up in wet weather. Anyway I would recommend it to people if they're looking for a good quality bag. And heres a few pics (only have a camera phone so excuse the crap quality).