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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-11-2006, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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Aerostich courier?

Alright, papa needs a new bag. Anyone here have experience with this bag, or similar?

I'd like something big enough to throw a small laptop/briefcase in, and easy to use. I don't like leaving luggage on my bike in the city, and I'm getting tired of using the backpack.

If you've got one:

does it stay in place well?

any testimony to it's waterproofness?

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That looks similar to the one that Jack Bauer carries, but his is brown, and he can fit alot of shit in there..
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Dont know much about the bag, but FWIW I'll comment on Aerostich in general. Their stuff seems to hold up good from what I've seen. Buddy from work whose an avid rider and tourer in all weather who wouldnt use anything other. He's crashed a few times too and their material has held suprisingly well.
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