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Dakine Hot Laps Gripper Bike Bag

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Wicked little stuff holder


This thing lives under my saddle. Only using it to hold a spare 29er tube and multitool at the moment so the emergency essentials are there if bad things happen while doing spontaneous, shortish rides around the local area. Could absolutely chuck more stuff in if needed (at least a tubeless plug kit when I get around to the conversion) as this thing definitely has the space! The size works well with a dropper too.



Was disappointed when i received the bag. How can people fit the things they say this bag can fit?. After stuffing a tube, multi-tool, tyre levers, 2 c02 cylinders and head, zip ties, chain link, it all fits perfectly. Plus it fits perfectly under the seat without interfering with the dropper post. Looks great too.

It holds it all in!!

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Got 2 of these, they hold a multi tool, 29er tube, tyre levers and 2x co2 canisters and the inflator perfectly.

Works Well

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Solves the problem of where to carry spares in the age of dropper posts.

Great dealing with MBD as always

Go bagless


This "little" pack is a great way to ditch the bag on short rides but still have enough tools for running repairs, if you can fit it in your frame.
I've managed to fit a 2.4" tube, multi tool, 2 tyre levers, 2 CO2 bulbs and tubeless plugs, plus tool in this pack.
On my Merida One Sixty I'm unable to fit the pack inside my frame and run a water bottle when it's packed with the above items.

Perfect on bike storage solution

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Very well made, is tough as nails. It is holding tube, 2 gas cartridges, chain link, gas inflator valve, tyre levers, multi tool, zip ties and patches easily. Is secure on the bike and stays where you want it. Perfect if you don't want to ride with a camelback.

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