We, at Pacific Rep Works, are proud to be teaming up with the folks at OGIO. OGIO has a history of making industry leading bags for golf and extreme sports like motocross and motorcycling. OGIO has a new line designed with the tri-athlete and cyclist in mind. Check out this review from Bicycling Magazine’s Michael Yozell on OGIO’s Endurance 9.0 Bag.
OGIO Endurance 9.0
Ogio’s new line of sturdy, lightweight gear bags will please compulsive organizers, and save the day for the scatterbrained. The largest bag in Ogio’s Endurance line, the 9.0 gives each piece of gear a dedicated compartment, keeping you organized on any cycling (or triathlon, thanks to a waterproof wetsuit pocket) trip. There’s a padded sleeve for your helmet, a crush-proof pocket compartment for glasses, and your wetsuit stows on the bottom. There’s more organization under the front panel, with a reinforced pouch for your phone, small zippered pockets, a transparent sleeve for a packing list, and dedicated mesh panels for race-day nutrition. Insulated, zippered water bottle pockets mean you won’t risk dribbling Gatorade on your chamois, and muddy shoes are kept in their own pouch. All those pockets make for easy packing; simply surveying which are filled shows which gear you’ve packed, and what you still need to dig out of the closet. We also liked the contoured backpack straps for easy toting, as well as a hanger clip for packing the bag off the ground. Ogio’s Endurance line includes seven bags to suit any trip, from a day trip with the 1.0 to a week-long cycling adventure with the 9.0.