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If you’re a road warrior, your bag or backpack is probably your best friend. The Ogio Renegade RSS 17 carries a crazy amount of gear. Multiple pockets wherever you look, dedicated pockets for laptop and tablets, and a crushproof pocket to keep those fragile items safe. If you have more stuff than should fit in any single bag, the Ogio Renegade RSS 17 will be your friend.

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Philip Nelson spends his daytime hours as the Chief Relationship Officer for NewTek Inc., the leading manufacturer of portable live production, video and 3D animation products. He is also a recent recipient of San Antonio Business Journal’s Forty Under Forty Award. But Nelson has always had a passion for music, and that passion can be clearly heard through his first album, “Adventures from the Road."

5 Responses

  1. Philip Nelson

    Chris.. YES! There is a water bottle pouch on one side of the bag! Has a bungee cord to go over the water bottle holding it in!

  2. Chris Hurd

    Hey Philip,

    You left an essential travel item on the table… a bottle of water. Is there not a dedicated open-top mesh pouch on the side of this pack, like my old worn-out Targus has? Thanks for the review!


  3. Philip Nelson

    I’m 6′ tall and about 205lbs.. This thing is rather big but I’m going for quantity when it comes to selecting a backpack.

    Thanks for checking out the review,

  4. Andy Wood

    So, the caddy of Backpacks? As a person that has the build of a linebacker, I have yet to find a backpack that has a good placement on my backside