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Dear Massdrop Overlords- it is rain season now for us west coast motorcycle commuters. Please do this again. Amazing price!!!
About 30 litre capacity? Doesn't say here or on the website.
Massdropbear
25/26 for the Utility and 40/42 for the transit depending on which source you believe on the Googlez.
can you put this back up in 3 months! :D
What was the final price on these? Massdrop - please run this drop again!
HexCowboy
I got the Utility pack at $119.00 before shipping, a real steal. If you look at the product description below, the Transit pack will be another $35.00 making it $154.00 before shipping, making it cheaper $100.00+ getting it official or other stores right now.
Massdrop Overlords - count me in if you bring this back (the Transit pack). Amazinv price unfortunately I missed this ending while in transit flights across Asia.
I really like the idea of a waterproof backpack, but even the Utility looks very large for my uses. Do these collapse down a good bit when not full of stuff?
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Its also 4lbs!!
HexCowboy
The Utility is 3.4 lbs, and the weight is worth it to me, with the weather I too often have to deal with.
Read great reviews on these 2 backpacks from Showers Pass and decided to order the Utility bag. Including shipping to my country, it costs USD 75.00 cheaper than buying direct.
Never heard of these- seems to be a boutique manufacturer out of Portland. Every review I found said that these were incredibly solid and worked well, complaining only about the price and the weight. (with the aluminum buckles and the fabric spec, I believe them) Unfortunately it's actually pretty difficult to find a quality backpack like this for under $150 these days it seems. I see the Transit selling for $264- and at that price it's "That better be a *damn* good backpack that lasts me 10+years" and I'd be hesitant to buy one without handling one - but at this price I'm pretty confident it will be a good value sight unseen.
scosol
I don't have one... But the locals here in Portland, OR swear by them. I see them everywhere downtown. The look really nice and solid from what I've experienced at the River City Bicycles shop.