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Urban Ex Gas Can 22L Backpack

Product # BG-254-BKBK-NA

  • 100% welded waterproof daypack
  • Padded laptop sleeve fits 15" Macbook Pro
  • Ergo straps w/ EVA back panel and tote handle
  • Lightweight, durable Knurled Welded™ Construction
  • Waterproof protection with zipper convenience
  • A Bag Built for the City

    The Urban Ex collection was designed for one purpose. Keeping your stuff out of the elements. Our knurled-welded technique makes for some of the lightest, toughest and most waterproof seams out there. Designed with the gas cans you'd find on the back of an old Jeep in mind, the 22 liter Urban Ex Gas Can pack is the most fully featured member of the Urban Ex collection. Fully waterproof, the Urb Ex Gas Can Pack adds a ton of interior org to the Urban Ex family, as well as multiple carry styles and reflective hits, the Gas Can is an essential day bag whether you're going offroading in the elements or commuting to work on a cloudy day.

    • Removable interior org panel
    • Low profile MOLLE attachment loops
    • Exterior quick access zip side pocket
    • Reflective detail on exterior side gusset
    • Laptop sleeve fits 15" Macbook Pro / padded sleeve
  • Size 19" H, 10.75" W, 6" D Volume 22L Weight 1.76 LBS Laptop Size 15"
  • Great bag but small


    This bag is great for carrying only the necessary items. My only complaint is that it doesn't have more pockets or a bit bigger.


    Looks great if you have a lot of stuff!


    This is a great bag, definitely liquid proof. I spilled an entire coke on the top, everything stayed dry inside, and the outside cleaned up with no staining! My only gripe is the bag structure itself. Whether or not the laptop carry sleeve is inside, the bag does not keep its shape well unless you structure it with your hands. If it is full, it looks as advertised, but if you only have a laptop or a few things inside, it collapses a bit and looks rather flat. Either way, it looks great, and made with great materials, just wish it had a bit more of a frame!


    A big waterproof pocket for all your stuff.


    This is a really good bag. its a little bigger than a barrage rolled up and it is waterproof as it promises. I was able to fit pretty much everything i wanted and the organizer could fit a tablet or a small laptop. my wallet was a little difficult to take in and out of the pockets on the organizer so any thiccer items might be hard to get in and out. the side pocket is pretty small and is really only big enough to fit keys or maybe a phone without a case. Also, the bag is pretty flimsy which makes it not hold its shape and is hard to use the zipper. if the top and bottom had something stiff to hold its shape it would make the bag a lot easier to use and a little nicer to wear.


    Cool shape, solid price, nice features


    Great bag, really like the "gas can" shape, and it's a good size. The external straps are a little too small for my lock, which is annoying. Also, because it's waterproof, it's kind of stiff/rigid and doesn't look like it's going to break in the same way as a "normal" Chrome bag would. Side-carry handle is a nice plus as well.


    Great bag! Only ask for a couple small mods to be legendary!


    Bought this bag for cycle commuting from Marin to SF. I hope they keep this bag in the lineup because it has so much potential to get 5 stars. Here are the mods I would suggest: 1) key D ring is great feature, but I would either move to main compartment OR increase size of side quick access pocket. Reason being is that the side pocket with keys does not allow room for the two other major quick access things - wallet and smart phone. (third would be the increasingly common smart badge for work). 2) interior organizer. I would give a little more room (gussets) in the zipper pocket to make more functional - doesnt need a lot, but it is pretty flat right now. 3) the main compartment zipper - at the ends are two pull tabs. I would beef these up a bit in size. When you swing this bag off one shoulder, stopped and straddling your bike for instance, the little tabs are necessary to pull against for smooth zipper action. With gloves or bare hands the tabs are just too small. They work, but could be amazing. 4) the molle straps on the front are a little much. I get a spot to clip a U-Lock, a helmet, a jacket.... but I have never used more than two loops and would be hard pressed to see others using the "system" as is. Small detail, but this bag is super stealth (which I love) and could get even more stealth with less loops. 5) interior org - bring the laptop sleeve panel up a few cm's to more fully secure a laptop or protect flat docs which I put in there all the time. 6) interior org velcro attach. I love that I can take the org out if I want a pure volume to pack stuff. I don't love where the receiving hook on the main compartment back wall is placed. If I put the organizer in so that it rests on the bottom of bag, the hook patches are exposed at the top and the org panel is not "fully" engaged with the hook patches. 7) finally, the suspension (straps) are a little too beefy - narrow them slightly and remove the doubled up webbing. NOT necessary and makes straps too stiff



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