Versatile enough to be your only bag?
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Ideal for when you're off off the beaten track
Keep your photographic crown jewels safe
It's a pannier, it's a rucksack, it's a bar bag - it's SuperBag!
Comfy, capacious, commuting kit carrier
There aren't too many backpacks on the market that offer as much back protection as this. And by protection we mean protection in the armour-plated sense, ideal for freeride biased riders but thoroughly sensible for others too.
If you're the sort of rider who thinks that fording a waist deep river in the pouring rain is all part of an ordinary day on the bike, then this is the bag for you. Ortlieb are a German company well known for making waterproof travel and expedition bags. Many cycle messengers also use their quirky roll top model to keep packages dry in transit.
The Mako is a bit longer in the back than the majority of women’s packs we’ve tried. It’s replete with masses of storage space for kit – two full length pockets, three mesh stash pockets, an organiser pocket and a bungee provide homes for everything you could ever need on a day ride. The harness is more than up to the job of supporting a heavy load, but the relatively un-sculpted back gets a bit sweaty under the sun. The bladder is another Nalgene affair – narrow-necked but substantial – which sits in its own sleeve at the back of the main compartment and comes complete with the great magnetic bite valve ‘park’.
Less can most deﬁnitely be more
Large capacity women’s adventure pack
Perfect for fast paced rides
Outdoor adventure pack that works very well on rides
Breathable pack with all-day storage
Ultra light pack
Versatility and comfort
Lightweight women's cycling pack
Off-road and commuting rucksack
Pretty comfy and well made for the money
Versatile modular pack
Commuting/day ride sack
One for the deep pocketed and dedicated rider
A daypack that rightly thinks it's a hydration pack
Built-in spine protection for freeriders.