Need opinions on Ogio backpacks

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by davidt1, Feb 21, 2010.

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  1. davidt1

    davidt1 Notebook Evangelist

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    I am considering the Ogio Mastermind backpack for carrying a 17'' laptop and some EDC gears. Anyone here owns one? What are your thoughts on Ogio bags. Thanks.
     
  2. Riotcontrol

    Riotcontrol Notebook Guru

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    I do not own the backpack that you are talking about but I can attest to the quality of ogio I have one of their big dirtbike gear bags and it has seen some rough days but is still in great condition!
     
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    I've got one of their messenger bags and it's one of the best-built bags I've had yet. I wouldn't hesitate buying a different bag that they made.
     
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    i have an ogio friction backpack i used..loved it.
    very comfortable to wear and sturdy..:)
     
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    MrD1sturbed Notebook Evangelist

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    Before I bought my Timbuk Commute 2.0 messenger I used only Ogio bags for all my laptops (going all the way back to 2002 and the original Jackpack). I currently have both a City Corp messenger and a Mastermind backpack and they are still come of my favorite bags ever. Their build quality is ridiculously amazing. I would recommend them to anyone any day. One thing thing I will say though, the Mastermind probably won't be able to hold a 17" unless it's say a slim 17" like the uMBP 17. A regular sized 17" might be too big for the Mastermind.
     
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