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OGIO Metro Backpack


List Price: $70.00
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  • Back panel side entry padded laptop sleeve
  • Large center storage area and heavy duty reinforcements
  • Power cord and mouse storage and Sternum strap
  • Weatherproof fleece-lined audio pocket with headphone exit port
  • Fits most 15" laptops

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Product Description

The core of OGIO's street pack lineup offers padded side-entry laptop sleeve, dedicated accessory storage, and a fleece-lined audio pocket. Behind its distinctive quilted half-moon pocket is additional fleece-lined storage for a mouse, power cord, and other tech gear. 21"h x 14"w x 9.5"d, 2200 Cu.In/36 L, 2.46 Lbs/1.1 Kg, 400 x 400 dobby pindot nylon / 600D poly.

  • ASIN: B000NRTCJ0
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 16 x 6 inches; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 611105.0392
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,928 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    The stitching on the zipper on the bottom pocket started to come apart.
    Drake
    I also have two more Ogio bags, Terminal Rolling, and 9900 Rolling Duffel Bag Great for travel!
    S. Stratton-Petty
    The handle and shoulder straps are sturdy and hold the bookbag up really well.
    Johnny

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Grimm on February 11, 2008
    I'm a frequent road warrior with "unique" needs in stuff transportation - my friends refer to my car as "the place things go to die" because I pretty much trash anything I come in contact with. I have worn out more bags in my day than I ever thought possible, and if anything lasts me more than a week I'm fairly pleased with it.

    I got an Ogio Metro backpack from my workplace as part of an attendance incentive, and didn't think too much of it. Its not a bag I would have bought myself (I usually buy snowboarder backpacks due to the more rugged construction) but I'd just worn out my messenger bag so I started using this one. I have never been more pleased with a laptop bag in my entire life.

    The main laptop pocket works perfect for my dell inspiron, and the inside pocket (the file pouch or whatever) fits my macbook pro like a snug glove (yes, both at once) while leaving the majority of the open section empty and ready for my stuff. A few water bottles, couple of notebooks (I use the thin 1" ones for most things, athough it'd probably hold 2-3 of the "normal" sized ones), some other gear, a couple paperbacks and some peripherals fit easily, there's a couple waterproof pockets with headphone holes for my iPod and would fit a small CD-walkman if I had one, and with my blood sugar issues I LOVE the smaller side pouches because they're perfect for a couple candy bars in case I have a sugar attack. Digital camera goes in another pocket for quick access, with its usb cable and some spare batteries in another.

    Padded ribbing and neopropene (sp?) helps the comfort, along with some webbed padding in the shoulder straps. Weight distribution is good, and it survives getting thrown around in and out of my car and never has a problem.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Johnny on January 16, 2009
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    I LOVE this bookbag. I got the Ron Burgundy Color not only because it was an absolute STEAL at $28.00 plus free 2 day shipping, but the color is really rich and vibrant too. I've never owned any Ogio products so of course I read all the reviews before I bought it. And they are SPOT on.

    The main storage area for your books and such are pretty spacious,although my only complaint is that it's not roomy enough? But I guess its hard to fit 2 huge science texts, two 1.5 inch binders and another textbook ( its a tight fit) The problem with this tight fit is that the books absolutely will put pressure on your laptop ( pining it against ur back), risking damage. I think if u have only a book and binder or two, then this bookbag would hold an additional laptop PERFECTLY.

    On the left side there two pockets. I use the bottom one to hold my contacts, solution, hand sanitizer, anti diarrhea med ( for exam days,don't ask lol), miscellaneous stuff. The top one I stuff with about 6 granola bars and a pack of gum. On the right side, there is a tall pocket that fits a bottle of water PERFECTLY ( I use a 28oz blender bottle) Or you can put a ti-83 and such there.

    At the top there are 2 weatherproof pockets. I have yet to test their weatherproofness though. The smaller one is the audio pocket with headphones port. If ur thinking, wont the water enter through the port...It wont because the port doesnt open directly into the pocket. Simple and ingenious. The bigger pocket can hold cd size things. In fact I usually put my G1 phone and canon 790 IS camera in there. Fits great.

    Right below the main compartment where the books go is another pretty large compartment for additional storage.
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    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Etowah on June 9, 2011
    When my oldest son purchased an OGIO Metro Pack I thought it was a well thought out backpack. It seemed to be the perfect backpack for our needs so I ordered two more, one for both my younger son and myself. After just two months all three OGIO Metro Packs are coming apart at the seams. Either OGIO has compromised their quality or we were stuck with a shoddy knock off. Before purchasing these backpacks, both of my sons had OGIO backpacks that lasted well over 3 years of hard wear. I'm very disappointed and unfortunately did not keep the receipts. I guess the lesson here is BUYER BE AWARE OF ONLINE PURCHASES. When ordering through Amazon.com, you never know if the company that you end up ordering the product from is truly and authorized seller of the product that you are ordering.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By N. Buchheit on February 26, 2011
    I cannot recommend this backpack highly enough. I got mine junior year of high school - a full seven years ago - and it's still going strong. The only damage in all those years of lugging heavy books around, checking it a few times on airplanes, and who knows what else, is as follows: (1) one of the two chest strap buckles broke a few years ago (not a big deal), (2) the water-proofing sealant material inside the main pocket is finally starting to peel off, and (3) the rubber piece around the headphone hole fell off a few years ago (not a big deal). I'm only just now considering buying a new backpack (not even looking around - my new one will be another Ogio Metro) because of the peeling material inside, and because a pesky mouse chewed through one of the pockets to get at a granola bar I had in there.

    Things I especially love about the Metro:

    (1) Obviously, the durability is phenomenal. I have not been gentle on this backpack, and it has gone all over the world with me, without a single complaint or problem, for over seven years. The materials are heavy-duty and dependable.

    (2) The laptop pocket is SO convenient. Most backpacks now claim they have a laptop pocket, but it's almost always inside the main pocket. When I'm going to airport security, my laptop slides in and out in no time while the suckers with North Face backpacks are still busy digging through their entire back to pull out the laptop. The Metro pocket is also great for sliding the paper or a magazine in and out easily for a commute. No need to open everything up and stuff a magazine down in there with fingers crossed that it won't get torn up.

    (3) The big water bottle pocket on the side is incredibly useful.
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