Harbor Backpack (LG)
Stay dry and keep moving with the Manhattan Portage Harbor Collection. The Harbor Backpack was specially designed for urban bike riders. Made using a TPU membrane and nylon fabric, welded seams, and locking waterproof zippers, this bag is 100% waterproof in both fabric and construction. The padded shoulder straps, back support technology and waist stabilizer straps come in handy whether you are riding for 5 minutes or 50 miles!
- Water tight front pocket
- Roll top design with custom hook closure
- Two side waterproof zipper accesses to the main bag interior
- Four hook side straps perfect for hauling or attaching loads
- Tab for taillight
- Heavily padded backpack straps with D-ring hooks
- Waist stabilizer strap
- Spacious main compartment with waterproof coating
- Removable interior padded organizer can accommodate up to a 15" MacBook pro (or other electronic devices)
- Small interior pocket pouch for easy organization of small items
- Neon green interior accents for extra visibility
33 cm | 13 in
(Max) 64 - (Min) 55| (Max) 25.0 - (Min) 21.5
16 cm | 6.25 in
(Max) 2013 - (Min) 1747| (Max) 33 - (Min) 29
1 kg | 2.2 lbs
onTougher than... life!Pros:
It’s been 9 months, 1,500 miles and about 5 falls.
Not even a scratch on the bag ! I’m now thinking it will last forever.
The aluminium buckles feel so strong. Getting them off the hook asked for practice but they’re doing a perfect job closing and flattening the bag when needed.
TIPS: I changed the initial folding pattern so i can almost fully flattened the bag when empty.
The zippers are just perfect: perfectly positioned so there is no tension on them and allow a perfect access to the bag. I love the lateral ones: a little small but of a big help to access the bottom of the bag.
The removable compartment is so useful: been traveling my tablet and drawing tools all over the places and my falling down. Not a scratch or defect. But the compartment are not so tough as the bag itself.
Cons: There is always cons ;)
The inner compartment are not as tough as the bag itself : the fixed compartment is torn down and one of the removable compartment’s press stud is now broken. The Velcro is not closing anymore.
Background: I've been riding Paris for 16 years now and none of my backpack lasted more Thant 1 or 2 years, even alpinism ones : scratches that ends up tearing the bag apart, zipper loosening because of tensions....