Ogio Endurance 9.0 Review
We review this versatile transition bag from Ogio.
Ogio Endurance 9.0
The Endurance 9.0 is the ideal race-day bag. Its concise package of pockets and slots means there’s a place for all of your essentials. One full-length side pocket offers slots for nutrition and sun cream etc. The mirror pocket on the other side has a tool and spares slots and a neat hard-sided ‘tech vault’ pocket ideal for your phone. A slot for your changing mat is also fitted on this side. Two further side exterior slot pockets will each take a water bottle. On the narrow ends there is an integral shoe bag, with space for two pairs. The other end has an integrated hard protection case for your glasses, GPS etc. A full-length wet pocket is perfect for your post-race kit; this expands with a full-vented surround to help it dry as you travel. The main compartment is big enough for the remainder of your kit and even this features a helmet sleeve. The bag can be carried like a regular holdall, or worn as a rucksack – we’ve even used it as carry-on luggage. Only the price stops it getting full marks.
The perfect bag for racing, with lots of pockets to keep kit organised.
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on Monday, May 14th, 2012 at 5:30 am under Gear.
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