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  • The ultimate Dragon joystick travel backpack
  • Fits most full-size arcade joysticks
  • Front storage layer with meshed pockets
  • Main joystick storage layer with reinforced stick guard
  • Zippered accessory pockets
  • Laptop/tablet compartment
  • Chest support
  • Water bottle mesh pocket
  • Material: 100% Polyester
  • Weight: 1.15kg/ 2.5 lbs
  • Color: Black and Charcoal
  • Dimensions: 35.5 x 20.5 x 52 cm/ 14 x 8 x 20.5 inches

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  • 5
    fantastic in everything it does

    Posted by Hunter Surges Kunze on Apr 2nd 2021

    This bag is just incredible with everything. I originally purchased it for attending events, but I very quickly realized that I'm going to be using it for basically everything. The compartments are convenient and perfectly sized to fit any arcade stick and laptop, the compartment in the front for chords is convenient and spacious. the bag is durable, and even has padding on the bottom so that if you put it on the ground, the items inside won't get damaged. The ONLY thing that I would recommend adding is a place for a keychain so that it can hold items that way as well.

  • 4
    The Aegis

    Posted by Adrian C. on Jun 15th 2018

    With a joystick protector and padding, this bag is perfect for my recently-purchased Dragon. However, I find it important to note my concerns about the Dragon's features. The bottle pocket, front storage layer, and accessory pockets are small. As someone who carries headphones and a 40 oz. water bottle, I was a bit disappointed to find that I could fit neither in the bag's compartments. (I would think of fitting in wires or laptops at best.) Another complaint I had was the number of loose threads on this thing. Upon pulling the Aegis out of its bag, I immediately found 3 loose threads, each of which were about an inch long. It's a bit nit-picky but I had hoped that the product would have came a bit more polished, given how I could have purchase a roomier carry-on for the same price. It's a fine item, but when it comes down to it, I'd only recommend the bag if you are willing to pay the extra money for the brand name. (But hey, that's why you bought the Dragon, am I right? Haha.)

  • 5
    It's worth the buy

    Posted by Maximo Jimenez on Jun 10th 2018

    I love this product. You can fit anything in it.

  • 5

    Posted by Chris on Jun 7th 2018

    My first stick bag and I couldn't ask for anything better.

  • 5

    Posted by Wadner on Aug 13th 2017

    Just perfect.. the best bag!!

  • 5
    Hector Escobar

    Posted by Hector Escobar on Aug 1st 2017

    Perfect for my Qanba Dragon,I really recommend this bag,Aegis good option for game travelers.

  • 5
    Best Backpack I own

    Posted by Chris T on Jul 30th 2017

    I had the Guardian for a long time, and it was my favorite backpack whether I was transporting a fight stick or not. It was massive, could carry a lot, while never feeling uncomfortable to carry due to how much surface space was resting on your back. The main issue I had with it was that it felt like a large floppy backpack that didn't protect the cable to my Hitbox (it has the cable just poking out, unprotected, pretty bad design flaw). I decided to pick up the Aegis, and while I like the aesthetic look of the Guardian more, the Aegis has kind of ruined my use of the Guardian for transporting fight sticks. The laptop pouch is incredibly useful, and I can still fit loads of stuff in my Aegis, with pouches to organize stuff a lot better. At one point, I had my Switch, Hitbox, PS4, laptop and all the necessary components for all of them (controllers, cables, etc.) in this backpack, and it never felt like I had to squeeze them in. On top of that, the backpack was heavy, but in no way uncomfortable (again, due to the large surface area resting on my back). On top of that, the extra padding on the Aegis made it even more comfortable than the Guardian was in the same scenario. I'd highly recommend the Aegis to anyone whether they transport fight sticks around often, or not at all. It's just super convenient to have a large backpack where you don't have to think "do I have room?". Fantastic product, and I'm sure this will be my new favorite backpack until Qanba releases a new one.

  • 5

    Posted by Chris on Jul 25th 2017

    The Aegis was actually a lot bigger than I had expected. (Which is a good thing) it fit my Hori HRAP with about a fist gap left inside the main compartment, and even more room with my TE-S Chun Li stick. (Which could cause it to move around while traveling) on the flip side I use this bag for other things as well such as carrying art supply's, laptop, camera, camera equipment, and even clothes. This would serve as a really good carry on when traveling light. If you're on the fence I'd say go ahead and make the purchase you won't be disappointed. Use it for your stick and any other assesories or traveling with and without stick. Although I would imagine it'd be good for school, I feel the size maybe over kill in that situation. This review is quite disorganized and all over the place but I hope it helps in some way!

  • 5
    Incredible carry bag

    Posted by Eli Jackson on Jul 14th 2017

    This is definitely one of the better bags I've ever seen let alone owned. High quality throughout, lots of smart features, makes carrying the Dragon much less of a burden, and on top of that it fits my Dragon and my Hit Box at the same time. I just took it to EVO and walked around carrying it for hours and it didn't wear on my neck or shoulders at all. This was a must buy for me.