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ROARK 3 DAY FIXER BAG REVIEW

The chase for Roark began out of a desire to tell stories born of adventure and discovery in the form of a man – he’s the shadowy adventurer that disappears into Mexico for six months camping, only to surface in Paris drinking Bordeaux with a diplomat. Each season we find Roark in a different part of the world, telling stories of exploration within their products.

I immediately connected with this brand because of the way they do things and the products they design. When I decided to test their 3 day fixer bag, I had high expectations for delivery and quality.

It was important for me to have a bag that I could easily carry during a race weekend that would have compartments for the different types of clothing I would bring, such as cycling kits and regular clothes. Lets look together all the features the Roark 3 day fixer bag has.

The bag

The bag is constructed of a durable 1050 denier ripstop material which makes him really durable. The backpack contains zipper bi-fold dual compartments with mesh zip flap to secure your clothes and pouches, a padded laptop zip pocket which is great since I usually write my articles right after my races/event and a hidden passport pocket.

In depth specs

  • Zipper Bi-Fold Dual Compartments
  • Internal Mesh Zip Divider Pockets
  • Padded Laptop Pocket
  • Front Waterproof Zip Pockets
  • Padded Air Mesh Back Panel
  • Hidden Passport Pocket
  • Roller Bag Adaptable Slide-thru
  • Chest Compression Straps
  • Removable Shoulder/Carry Strap
  • Side Carry Handles
  • Side Zip Waterbottle/Accessory Pocket
  • Length: 50 cm
  • Width: 32.5 cm
  • Depth: 22 cm
  • Approximately 3.6lbs

The bag is so well designed that I feel as if Roark read my mind to know what I was looking for in a weekender/carryon bag. You add a price tag of 250.00$ cad and you have the perfect combination of price/quality/effectiveness ratio.

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Ever since he can remember he was riding bikes not being attracted to video games. In his teenage years he was racing bikes until he had a big accident that slowed him down and at a certain point he stopped riding. It is few years later that came he back on a bike and got the ‘’bug’’ again to be more serious about it and started a bike related blog. It is after a trip during covid that he realized that it would be great to talk about all his outdoor passions but with the perspective to inform the regular non technical people. This is how Allday magazine was born.
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