Use it as a courier bag-sling it around your neck, regular briefcase-take it to work, backpack-carry it in comfort, shoulder bag-big enough for your laptop.
Designed by professionals, it has gone through numerous design iterations-with only one goal in sight-to have the best bag of its kind in the world!
Dimensions: 17" W x 13" H x 3 - 5" D
Colors: Red/Black, Yellow/Black, Silver/Black, Blue/Black, all Black
MADE IN USA
RUGGED, HI-TEC LUGGAGE FOR THE ADVENTURER
An expanding, zippered front pocket, let's you stuff a lot!
Zipper-closure, cavernous main compartment expands to a full five inches
File compartment, plus two half pockets for laptop peripherals
Easy-finder, zippered pocket for requisites, such as checkbooks
Multiple pockets for essentials, such as pens, pencils, calculators, business cards, flashlights, change and more
Easy-access, full-sized zippered back pocket, for quick-draw items
Easily detachable, non-obtrusive backpack attachment system!
WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY
"Traditional briefcases can't cut it, and courier bags don't have enough pockets & storage compartments. The MultiTasker is expandable and combines the best of both."
Motorcycle Consumer News, November 2009
"Roadgear's Multitasker continually impresses. Sturdily built and offering a surprising amount of storage (laptops are swallowed easily)...
"Best of all is its affordable price: just $89.99."
Motorcyclist, December གྷ
"What we dug: Adaptability."
Motorycle Cruiser, August 2006
"IMPRESS YOUR BOSS: MULTI-TASK
"This ROADGEAR MultiTasker Sport Bag can be worn as a courier bag or backpack. It has zippered front and main compartments, multiple internal pockets and an internal file compartment."
SPORT RIDER, June 2006
"BAG FOR ALL REASONS
... ROADGEAR's MultiTasker Sport bag can perform multiple functions ... For example, the MultiTasker Sport can be hoisted any of four ways ... More important though is the bag's outright capacity."
MOTORCYCLIST, June 2006
"... DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE COMMUTING MOTORCYCLE RIDER
"At first I used the MultiTasker simply as a briefcase, taking it on several airline trips when it impressed me with its capacity and convenience.
"To try the backpack feature ... 200-mile ride ... duty called, so I put my arms through the straps and headed out; a few minutes into the ride I completely forgot the bag was even back there as the weight is well distributed.
"In the eight months I've used it often and regularly, and have found it both rugged and useful."
Rider, May 2006
"ROADGEAR's Multitasker Sport
"What works: ...tons of useful pockets, and it stays put in sustained freeway-speed winds.
"What's unique: A simple, removeable strap system turns the bag into a backpack. A shoulder stap is included, too.
"Verdict: ...way more functional."
American Motorcyclist, December 2005
"AEROSTICH, TIMBUK2 AND OTHERS have refined the motorcycle courier bag to the point of near perfection.
"ROADGEAR, however, believes there is still room for alternative. Its MultiTasker Sport offers a more business-class appearance, more organization and more alternative ways to carry it.
"So is the MultiTasker Sport better then existing courier bags? We'd say it's simply different-more organized and more corporate...Think of it as the button-down alternative.
"Neat-freaks, this is your bag."
Cycle World, November 2005
"... motorcycle commuting also requires some type of conveyance for a laptop, a lunch, tunes and the sheaf of papers that you carry back and forth to the office so the boss thinks you actually care about the job.
"... the best styles are the chameleons that can hide their motorcycle roots when necessary and show an appropriate office style.
"The MultiTasker is, for all practical purposes, a briefcase made by a company famous for its motorcycle luggage. Open the flap and inside is everything you'd expect in a professional briefcase.
"The MultiTasker weighs a scant 2 lbs. empty (about 907 grams). This helps reduce the burden carried by the user; my previous soft briefcase weighed almost twice as much when empty.
"Conclusion. I've been using it every day."
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