The Squad II Backpack features unique reflective upper arm straps for increased visibility. its unique comfort-fit chest closure system allows for a greater coverage area of reflective material while also securing the backpack in a way that is superior to standard shoulder straps when riding.
Orange and yellow version meets all military requirements for a high-visibility PPE
Removable arm bands
Heavy duty nylon rip stop chassis
Unique comfort fit chest closure system
Helmet storage compartment
Laptop compartment holds up to 15 inch laptop
Integrated shield storage pocket
Jacket carrying system
Pictured tools not included
The Squad II has an array of external pockets and compartments. Specifically, a secure 15" laptop carry compartment, and an mp3 player/cellphone compartment with ear bud cord management system. In addition, port and starboard wing compartments are designed for tool and first aid storage. When off the bike, the squad II is configured to deploy a helmet storage compartment and has several tie-down straps, allowing riding jackets and gloves to be secured. All of this results in a highly-specialized riding-specific pack system with the attitude of a high-altitude jump rig.
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I bought this backpack mostly for the fact that it's military spec. Being a military spouse it's a lot easier or me to ride around base with a backpack such as this.
It's also saved my life on a few occassions. The space in the backpack makes it ideal for travel. And, since I'm a woman, this backpack is very convenient when I need to make an emergency trip to the store.
It holds my gear when I'm not using it and as space for a phone on the straps.
This backpack does it all and I won't hesitate to spend e money on another one should the need arise.
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Roomy, holds helmet and gear
I've been riding with this for two weeks on my GSXR. Just sitting on the bike its great but, when I put my feet on the pegs and take off the backpack rides up and hits my helmet. Might be because I'm short. Hopefully after a few more weeks of riding it breaks in better.