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Ogio atv bag?
02/16/09 at 14:38:55
 
Has anyone tryed this bad from ogio?
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Re: Ogio atv bag?
Reply #1 - 02/16/09 at 17:32:42
 
My wife has both the front and rear Ogio bags on her quad. I believe shes had them for about a year now and they seem to be holding up really well. There is a lot of room for just about everything you could need or want to take along. The only thing that I don't care for is how the bags attach to the rack. The velcro straps are about 4"s long and the tubular rack is about an 1" in diameter. It seems hard to get them tight to the rack. Overall, she's happy with the bags and that's what matters.
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Reply #2 - 02/16/09 at 21:21:37
 
Water proof? zippers good?
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Reply #3 - 02/17/09 at 10:06:57
 
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Water proof? zippers good?


Yes and yes. Most of the zippers are on the inside-small pockets under the lids. There is a tool pocket on the outside, but it is small, maybe enough room for a screwdiver and crescent wrench. Overall construction is very good, probably the best that I've seen. You see that in the price as well, but you get what you pay for, right.
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Re: Ogio atv bag?
Reply #4 - 02/17/09 at 10:18:07
 
I have looked at the Ogio bags but was turned off by the zippers and material it is made from.  It appears sturdy but heavy also.

I prefer the Tamarak Titan Series Cargo Bag and have this on my wish list.  The reviews on this bag are excellent!  This bag is about the same size as American Trails bag, which is also a good product.
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Re: Ogio atv bag?
Reply #5 - 02/17/09 at 10:42:33
 
Coop, I would recommend that you contnue to shop around and get more feedback.

The small straps that secure it to the rack are a bit on the small side.  When the trail gets bumpy, these small straps may come loose or detach from the bag itself.

It is a good looking bag, but I will take function over fashion anytime.

Like Frank mentioned, look at the Tamarack titan series or American Trails.  Most of the soft bags out there have plenty of cargo space inside, but without good straps and zippers.......well......

Just an opinion.
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Reply #6 - 02/17/09 at 11:31:22
 
Ditto to what Dezadx posted.

The Ogio bag is 15.4 lbs and is made from tarpaulin which would make me wonder how water proof it is.  Most bags are made from 600 Denier.   As Dann said the velcro straps may be an issue with the bouncing around.

Check out Optics Planet:  reviews - Tamarak Titan Cargo ATV bag reviews.  These bags are awesome.  Optics Planet has good prices also and free shipping.

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Reply #7 - 02/17/09 at 13:17:24
 
I have found zippers get gobbily goobed up then they get off track,then you cuss,then the rain comes,then you cuss some more. then you go look at hard packs. Wink
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Reply #8 - 03/04/09 at 09:43:00
 
I have the front OGIO bag and I love it.  It is a good bag to have, and it has a nice map pouch that you can pull over your handle bars and look at without having to take maps out.  It has a couple of bottle holders and they seem to keep things cool as well.  

One thing I noticed early on is that when strapping it down, you really want to strap it down.  Don't have a lot of play in it, or when you stop, your bag will try to keep going.

I've had my bag full of clothes out in the rain and have ridden through rivers with it, and the bag has had it's fair share of showers, and things inside has kept things dry.
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Reply #9 - 04/08/09 at 18:58:40
 
I am very happy with the bag. it is rugged, water doesn't sneek in and is a great back rest, ties down well too.
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Reply #10 - 04/22/09 at 10:31:16
 
I bought the front rack bag and had to return it....reason....not enough strap length....wouldn't reach my rack....other than that it looked like it would have been a great bag I wish they'd improve the straps.
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Reply #11 - 04/22/09 at 15:15:04
 
My wife has front and rear, bags that is, and they are great, they keep the dirt and water out. They seem to be real easy to use because I don't have to help her and that's a good thing for me. Lips Sealed
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Reply #12 - 04/26/09 at 20:55:34
 
I just seen the new advantage camo bag that will be out in September.
I think I am going to try the black bag.
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Reply #13 - 05/22/09 at 19:13:59
 
Well broke down and went and gotthe ogio atv rear bag today!
Very nice bag.
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Reply #14 - 05/22/09 at 19:15:20
 
One more picture!
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Reply #15 - 05/31/09 at 09:11:23
 
try this one?
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Reply #16 - 06/07/09 at 09:39:41
 
You will be a happy camper, it's a good soft bag!
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Reply #17 - 06/07/09 at 09:48:06
 
So far I like it allot!
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Reply #18 - 11/08/09 at 20:58:39
 
Just bought the rear bag and love it, but they do need to do something about the straps that hold it on. Hard to secure it tight to the rack. Went for a ride yesterday and the bag worked great, the trail had about 2" of powder , very dusty, the bag was a complete different color (black to brown) but no dust had gotten inside. I was a little worried at first but was relieved when I opened it. The bag has lots of room for everything. I think this bag was well worth the money. 2 thumbs up for the bag, 1 thumb down for the tie down straps.
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Reply #19 - 11/09/09 at 05:43:12
 
I have the Ogio black front rack bag. The velcro strips for securing are terrible and would have preferred normal straps.

I had to put a bungee under the bag (connected to the loop on front and the two hooks in the back) to ensure it stayed secure.

Other than that, its a great bag, roomy with plenty of room for the extra stuff I have to carry.

While on my last Paiute trip, I even stowed a 4gal Kolpin fuel pack on top and it wasn't crushed.
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Reply #20 - 01/25/11 at 17:53:35
 
For what it's worth, I just got the front Ogio bag (after having two different Kolpin front bags) and so far absolutely love it!   I too worried about the velcro straps VS buckle straps, but at least so far, the bag holds tighter with the multiple velcro straps than the buckle ones did?  The main overall lid is zipperless.

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Reply #21 - 01/25/11 at 18:48:31
 
Bogey wrote on 01/25/11 at 17:53:35:
For what it's worth, I just got the front Ogio bag (after having two different Kolpin front bags) and so far absolutely love it! I too worried about the velcro straps VS buckle straps, but at least so far, the bag holds tighter with the multiple velcro straps than the buckle ones did? The main overall lid is zipperless.

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It took a bit, but I'm sold on my Ogio bags. They still allow a fair amount of dust in when riding with large groups or in very dusty conditions, but otherwise, they've held up real well.
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Reply #22 - 05/21/11 at 10:09:05
 
Just to add my two cents. Me personally I love the Mad Dog Zipper less bags. My bag sets on the back. It has never been dusty or wet on the inside and the same goes for the fender bag. It has an inner flap that helps with the protection. They have a bag that looks similar to the Ogio. I think its worth looking at. I paid, I think, around $150. Good Luck
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