The Tight's construction and features have been refined over the years but the original concept remains the same: A backpack that moulds to your every move. Teardrop shaped front and side panels give it a low centre of gravity, together with anatomically formed shoulder straps and back plate provide a natural flexibility.
I have owned one of these for 20years, it's been with me as a "daypack" when I was backpacking in Asia. It has been with me throughout excursions and it still looks like new. I have had other backpacks but I always revert back to this one. It is so durable, excellent quality - I just can't fault it. Only reason I am thinking of buying a new one is that I wan't a large one for weekend trips as it's a bit small when you want to bring everything including the kitchen sink. But I use it twice a week at least to bring gym clothes to and from work and gym. Best bag I have ever had - for sure!
I use this rucksack when travelling by motorcycle so comfort, fit on your back and secure fastening which prevents roll or movement is extremely important. All this, and looks good too! Holds sufficiently for a weekend stay.
Well, being a bit tight myself I wondered if the Haglofs tight was worth the money. This bag fits into my body as I ride my Ducati, I like race bikes so drag is an important consideration for me. The adjustments are excellent; fitting tight to the waist and across the shoulders, you don't know its there.
When touring last year, one of our bikes failed and we travelled 3000 miles with the Mille, the Haglof operated as a rear pannier and backrest due to the well designed adjustable nature of this product. Even my chain lock wraps around the circumference to exactly match the curvature of my luggage. Congratulations, true value for money and you don't even market it for Bikers. Oh, and it doubles as a great sports bag too.
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