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Ogio Tail Bag - Details

  • 420 dobby nylon / 420D dobby nylon / tarpaulin / textured neoprene
  • Main compartment with 240 cubic inches of expansion volume
  • Sleek streamlined air flow surface design
  • Top organizer pocket
  • Dual molded side accessory pockets
  • Integrated hidden raid hood
  • Reinforced textured neoprene non-slip pad for paint protection
  • Universal web mounting system for secure attachment
  • Easy grab reinforced handle
  • Lifetime limited manufacturer's warranty
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I recently bought a new motorcycle and decided it was time for me to get a proper tail bag (my previous bike had had nothing but a molle-friendly 5.11 pouch supplemented with cargo netting as necessary).I wanted something that would hold a small (15.5") laptop on commutes to work.I started with the Ogio Stealth whose dimensions I calculated would just accommodate the laptop.It's perfect: stoutly constructed neatly designed and good looking. But I miscalculated. It will not accommodate the laptop. (If that's all you needed to know you can stop here and I suggest you take a look at the Cortech Super 2.0 24-Liter Tailbag tail bag (also sold here) instead. If you're not planning on carrying anything larger than a "net book or tablet" I suggest you read on. This really is a pretty cool tail bag.)The ample side pockets have hardened exteriors that protect their contents (sunglasses for instance) against low-level impacts while helping the bag to hold its aerodynamic shape when lightly packed.Its thick attached base helps to cushion the bag's entire contents against vibration while also protecting the bike's finish from hard points in the bag's contents. Similarly the base's rubber bottom prevents the bag from shifting while the bike is in motion so any dirt or abrasive material that finds its way between bike and bag is less likely to damage the bike's finish.A handy pocket built into its top hatch is perfect for a Kindle bike-related traveling papers ("Registration and Proof of Insurance please." "Why yes officer it's right here.") and owner's manual for the bike.The straps it shipped with were perfectly suited to attaching it to the tail rack on my bike and it took me all of ten minutes to figure out the best way to hook it up.Its main compartment was sufficient to carry the gear I like to have handy for day trips into the country: long-sleeved shirt for when the sun goes down cap for wearing off the bike camera sunscreen apple left over from lunch etc. And with its expansion zippers opened it can hold much (if not all) of that and a jacket as well at least my vented jacket which is pretty flexible.The side pockets easily handle the smaller necessities: micro-fiber "chamois" for cleaning bugs off visors and windscreens "curiously strong peppermints" titanium "spork" iPod and ear buds: the usual 21st century detritus.The bag has only the one drawback: The dimensions I used to calculate its ability to carry my laptop ("15.5 x 12.5 x 3.5 inches") spanned both of those "ample" side pockets as well as the main compartment.Even expanded the only way to get my laptop into this thing was to cram it in at an angle that would surely have worn a premature hole at the point where the laptop's corner threatened to pop through; although it easily accommodates a "net book" or tablet even without expansion.That's not the bag's fault Ogio's fault or the seller's fault. I'm the one who didn't think those dimensions through.Another half to three quarters of inch on either side of the main compartment and that laptop would have been in like flint. But Ogio's expansion works vertically not horizontally.So the Ogio's a great day tripper with my own gear. But it's not going to work carrying an employer-issued laptop with me.
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This is my favorite piece of equipment for the my bike. It was a little challenging to figure out how it would fit before I had bought it but once I finally went through and got it it fit great. The best thing is the fact that it may be attached to the passenger seat without any tools or special modifications. There are many possibilities on how it may be attached to the bike so there should be no worries on if you can attach it or not. It will fit every type of bike out there. I am riding a Ninja 600
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