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Ortlieb Waterproof Pack

SKU: 9138

Availability: In stock


Product Description


Totally waterproof and built like the proverbial brick s**thouse, this is the toughest and best pack for the most extreme combat rides. At each side is a secure mesh “water bottle” pocket and there are provisions for an integrated hydration system.

Features include contoured shoulder straps, a padded waist strap, a sternum strap, waist strap pads, a tensioned stainless steel suspension system and a mesh back panel. All this ensures that it will stay comfortable and secure in all situations. An aerodynamic teardrop shape keeps everything tucked in and tidy.

If you want a tough, waterproof pack that will keep your papers and electronics safe in the most vile and stormy weather, this is it. 23"×12"×8", 48 ounces and holds 27L of storage. Slate/Black.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Size Medium


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Customer Reviews (1)

Ortlieb Waterproof PackReview by JOHNNY
The Lime Green is a great color!
Pros-excellent lower back strap it keeps the pack on your posterior hips, it never seems to pull on the shoulders. The front strap keeps the shoulder straps nice and tight or as loose as you want them. The rigid frame gives the bag a "light" feel and keeps the bag off your back. The T-Zips feel sturdy and the bag is waterproof-what else could you want. The bag is very aerodynamic as proven when I lean forward on the motorcycle at a fast pace-it does not flap around except...

Cons-The T zips should zip in the downward direction instead of superior direction because when I ride my motorcycle with this bag-the T-Zips keep banging on my helmet. I wanted the bigger bag but at my height 5'10" I was afraid it would ride to high-wish it was a little wider.
The price of course is high-but you can take this pack skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, and use it to carry water via the bladder system so it is multifunctional. (Posted on 4/21/12)