SealLine Urban Review, Pros and Cons

SealLine Urban is rated 3.82 based on 135 reviews


Feature Summary


SealLine Urban Backpack
  • Stiffer back panel and new harness system for increased comfort and utility
  • Larger external pocket adds quick access storage
  • Roll-down closure
  • 600D polyurethane coated polyester body, 400D HD TPU coated nylon bottom


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the SealLine Urban:

Reviewers like these things about the SealLine Urban

  • Many reviewers commend the SealLine Urban backpack for keeping the contents of the main compartment dry.
  • They explained that the top is rolled down adequately.
  • Users thought that it is a greatly sized backpack for watery adventures.
  • Reviewers believed that its strap settles on the shoulders comfortably.
  • Testers pointed out that the pack is lightweight.
  • Users indicated that it’s a nice-looking bag.
  • Other users also thought that the bag has a rigid piece in the back.
  • They further pointed out that the bag has stiff pads which distribute the weight on the ribs rather than the spine.
  • They also said that the stiff pads look like they’re designed to allow air to circulate.
  • Reviewers praised its durable materials.
  • They also said that it would protect stuff from snow, rain and sand/dirt.
  • Other reviewers thought that it is a pretty good product for the price.
  • Testers pointed out that it has lots of space.
  • Several of those who have tried the belt noted that the pack has a key leash which is long that can come handy.
  • Users took notice of the cross straps and back padding minimizing side to side movements.
  • They also noted that its interior appears to be sealed nicely, ergo waterproof.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A reviewer had issues with the strap for it is not long enough to engage.
  • Another reviewer felt that the pack stains very easily with road dirt.

Selected Reviews


Road CC

Cascade Design’s SealLine Urban Backpack shows that Ortlieb don’t have the waterproof cycle luggage entirely sewn up – or rather, seam-sealed. For that is what this is: a welded-seam, waterproof, roll-top backpack aimed at commuters. And very nice it is too.

Posted 19 June 2013 by Dan Joyce – Read full review


Bike Radar

If you often ride in the rain without a computer or other more vulnerable items, the Urban Backpack is a good bag to try. If you need organization options or a laptop sleeve, look elsewhere.

Posted 8 August 2012 by Ben Delaney – Read full review



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