This backpack is a good option for those who would like to keep your essentials safe while frequenting the off-roads.
The outer shell, made of polyvinyl chloride, keeps the backpack durable and flexible while the actual shell, made from RipStop 420D nylon fabric, a lightweight and durable material which has wrinkle, stretch and abrasion resistance. The best feature for me is the bag’s dimensions, as it doesn’t look massive but there is plenty of room. It has adjustment straps to limit or increase its physical size.
Moreover, the it has an adjustable chest and hip belt, an often overlooked facet in sack design. Held have got this sorted, making it easy to get the thing on and off in a snip. Your things can be packed and utilised individually courtesy the adjustable partitioning allow areas to be . The backpack is basically an in-built organiser, with 28 litres of space to keep all your essentials safe, along with a separate rigid partition for your fragile electronic items (cameras, mobiles, laptops etc).
The built-in rain cover, height adjustable shoulder braces and padded back ensure it can handle the toughest of rides and reflective outer panels mean that you’re visible to other road users, making the Held Adventure EVO backpack ideal for motorcycling in harsh terrains.
Price – Rs 7,999
Available at www.lazyassbikers.com