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Style 121001

Rig 9800 Rolling Luggage Bag

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8 Review(s)

In stock

$249.99

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Features

  • SLED (Structural Load Equalizing Deck) System for increased durability and handling in the harshest of conditions
  • Wide mouth LID opening for easy access to all gear compartments
  • Large main compartment with adjustable dividers and padded helmet chamber
  • Several multi-use LID compartments for apparel and smaller gear
  • iFOM (integrated foam) construction throughout for added gear protection.
  • Heavy duty oversized wheels with extra clearance
  • Secure hold compression strap system
  • Telescoping pull handle

Specs

  • Dimensions: 34" H x 16.5" W x 15.25" D
  • Weight: 14.2 Lbs.
  • Capacity: 7500 Cubic Inches

8 Customer Reviews

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By: Holly

10/26/2014

Burly bag to use and abuse

I've had this bag since May 2012 and have taken it on a combined total of 8 months of schlepping this thing all over Europe. It's hauled all of my parachuting and camping gear and protected my helmets. Its been dragged down many train station flights of stairs (not carefully carried either thanks to short transfers), endured baggage handlers abuse, been rained on, rolled through muddy grass, slept on, dragged up stairs etc. The sled system shows no signs of giving up - just gouges and scratches to the plastic that would have ended the life of a lesser bag. Well worth the money if you travel a lot and are rough on luggage. It will hold way more than the 50# airline baggage allowance, so keep that in mind when packing.

By: CAmeron

10/25/2014

Limited choice

8 different models but only 1 in stock to choose from?

By: Alex

4/27/2014

Gr8....BUT

Gr8 bags the 9800's BUT HOW DO YA CHANGE THE WHEEL BEARINGS
I have 3 of the 9800's 2 for travel (all over Australia) and 1 for moto gear my 2 for travel the wheel bearings are f**ked and I won't to get new ones as you can tell by the bearings being worn out I do a lot of travel and yes the best bagels ever BUT the bearings let them down

By: Jeff Tibbitts

12/19/2013

Best bag I've ever owned

I've traveled to Brazil, China, Sri Lanka, London, Paris, and beat the hell out of this bag every time. It's incredible. The wheels should have broken off by now, but haven't. It collapses when you're not carrying much and expands to the size of a couple small humans.

By: Ivan

11/13/2013

Not true size specified

Today I got this bag. All very good.

BUT:

Indicated on a bag of 7500 Cubic Inches
Your site it is specified 9792 Cubic Inches
Why is this so?

By: Martin

10/31/2013

Awesome bag

Really great bag. Done alot of travelling and the bag is still in great condition. I'm just puzzled how to change the worn out bearings?

By: Peter Lee

10/14/2013

Epic Gear Bag!!!!!!

I purchased mine here in the U.K and what a Bag! - Everything I needed for the weekend could fit nicely in this Roller Bag. I especially like the fold up compartment in the bags base to keep my Helmet separate from my armour & boots. Definitely worth a buy - ok its slightly more expensive than some other brands but way better, I know of at least 6 six people that have bought one at my mx club since I have :) Great job OGIO!

By: Lee

6/7/2013

Great gear bag with lots of room

At this (higher) price you have several options from different companies. I took my time and felt this was a good choice; 1.) I liked how the bag opened up all the way for easy access. Some bags only loaded from the top. 2.) I have not put it to the full test yet but feel the plastic "SLED system" will go a long way to protect the fabric bag from damage. I could not find another motorcycle gear bag like the "SLED" to compare. It seems like an easy purchase decision that will out last the other bags. 3.) The overall quality seems higher from Ogio than from other manufacturers. The only area I would like to improve upon for a perfect gear bag; have a better protected designated area to protect my $500 helmet. But for now I will do that myself. This is a great bag and you won't be disappointed.

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