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Ogio Baja Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 4, 2019

based on 20 reviews

We have checked tens of reviews and found 10 reasons to buy the Baja - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.

88% of the reviewers give the Ogio Baja a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (77%)
Good (11%)
Average (5%)
Poor (5%)
Bad (0%)


Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Ogio Baja:

Reviewers like these things about the Ogio Baja

  • Reviewers mentioned that the bag has got the correct size.
  • Many reviewers liked the chest harness system of the bag.
  • People found the insulated bladder compartment of the bag quite useful.
  • Users mentioned that the harness system doesnÕt interfere with the arm movement.
  • The bag is made up of high quality nylon with PU backing as mentioned by various reviewers.
  • Most of the users said that the harness system is easy to put on and off.
  • Users said that the bag has got a large front compartment.
  • Other users mentioned that the bag has got ergonomic padded back with directional airflow.
  • For quick access storage side mesh pockets are available as highlighted by the users.
  • Reviewers said that the dual compression straps of the bag makes the content secure.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Few people said that the clips are not of high quality material.
  • Some reviewers said that the main compartment of the bag is too small to put essential items.


vs Ogio Bags

The Ogio Baja ranks #5 compared with the other Ogio bags.

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4Ogio Circuit
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5Ogio Baja
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7Ogio Metro
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vs All Bags

The Ogio Baja ranks #1275 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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Quiksilver Burst

Selected Reviews

Bike Radar

Ogio's packs are built to take abuse, and with its tough dobby nylon outer and reinforced stitching the Baja is no exception. The downside to this resilience is that it’s stiff and weighty, and so can feel like an inanimate lump.

Posted 15 May 2009 by Jenn Hopkins - Read full review

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Last updated on July 04, 2019