Angry Lane Rider Daypack

Aug 30, 2017

Category: Gear

Not all bags are created equal. Some are better for heading to the library with, others more catered to taking into the backcountry on a hike, and then there are those built for motorcyclists like the Angry Lane Rider Daypack.

This rugged pack was designed and built by the famed Hong Kong custom motorcycle shop Angry Lane with help from Pacsafe. More than just being water resistant (the exterior is made from a 600D polyester canvas and features YKK water resistant zippers), it features Pacsafe’s proprietary exomesh locking system that prevents thieves from cutting into your bag and stealing your gear. In addition to this tough interior webbing, the pack comes with a three digit TSA approved lock that attaches to a cut-proof cord – allowing you to lock your bag to your motorcycle. As if that wasn’t enough, the bag also boasts molle webbing for hanging extra gear and a skateboard strap for your alternative mode of transportation. Commuting on your motorcycle just got a little less complicated.

Kickstarter: $160+

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