Dainese Backpack R Features Nylon fabric Internal waterproof polyurethane coating Adjustable shoulders Adjustable lumbar strip Expandable construction for full-face helmet transport Internal organizer with 4 pockets 1 outside pocket Padded inside pocket for laptop 3D Bubble material liner at the back Reflective inserts
Dainese,need I say more? Stylish, slim, and comfortable for one thing. Zippers are stiff so no need to worry about items spilling out while going fast. Looks awesome in casual wear, but matches perfectly with the portland jacket too. Campared to other backpacks I've seen on campus this thing sticks out, its slim, but can easily hold a laptop plus a few textbooks (adding the g2 back protector obviously limits room). Just one heads up though the picture shows the zippers as orange leather straps, but in reality they are red and metal (which I actually think looks better). Also since I was confused where the helmet is stored before buying it, I thought I'd make it clear. Originaly I thought the helmet went inside the backpack but I was wrong.The bottom zipper opens up housing a soft cover with a strap. The helmet goes in the cover, and at the top of backpack theres a tiny pocket that has the other end to the helmet's fastener, just click them in and you are good to go. Last FYI, the shoulder straps do reduce the airflow of jackets with armpit vents, but that's really small price to pay to for quality with a name behind it.
Dainese Hybrid Shirt Protection Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard Ergonomics and Comfort Silicon inserts and Sleeve's elastic construction on the forearms Other Jersey Holl and perforated G9 fabric for the maximum airflow