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Seat Bag - Sage

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          • No one ever graduates from #flattimesatridgemonthigh, and that’s why we engineered the perfectly minimal saddlebag. Instead of a classic tool roll, we opted for a slim shape and rear-facing zipper which make it possible to access your small items in a hurry (plugs!) while leaving the bag on the saddle. You could get dropped, Ornot.

            1. Fits a Tube (road or cx), multi-tool, tire lever, Co2, chuck, and plugs.
            2. X-pac (waterproof) liner keeps it very water-resistant.
            3. Narrow design eliminates contact points with bibs and stays out of the way of rear lights
            4. Adjustable velcro webbing allows for stashing a jacket or vest.
            5. Dimensions - 6"L x 3.5"W x 1.5"D
            6. Easier access than a tool roll.
            7. Made in San Francisco 
            8. 54 grams
          • Ask yourself this, Does your bike have a saddle? Then it'll fit. Now add to cart. 

            1. Use the velcro strap included inside the bag.
            2. For added security, sinch the zipper pull with the velcro strap.

             

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    11/08/2019
    C.J. Covarrubias
    United States United States

    Perfectly Simple

    This is a great minimalist saddle bag for my road bike. Able to easily and compactly carry 1 Co2 cartridge w/inflator, 1 road tube, multi tool, patch kit and tire boot. Fits entirely under the saddle and does not rub against legs/bibs at all, even with a relatively narrow Fizik Arione R3. It would be sick if you were able to design a slightly larger version that would be able to carry 1 or 2 gravel size tubes & some other stuff. #ornot ? Cheers

    We could send you email, Ornot