Dakine Hot Laps Gripper Bike Bag

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Description

Updated for 2021 with an oversized 30mm strap to reduce movement during rides, the Dakine Hot Laps Gripper Bike Bag is a minimalist storage solution that can be mounted almost anywhere on your bike frame to provide just enough room for all the essentials. Perfect for those short rides where you don't want to wear a bag and also those big day epics where you want to move a little weight off your back and onto your bike frame.

Who's this item for: Enduro, Trail, XC, Overlanders, Cyclocross riders and Gravel Grinders. Really, anyone that rides a bike for more than 4ish minutes per lap.

Things you can carry: The Hot Laps Gripper was designed to carry a spare tube, tyre levers and CO2 canisters. We've seen all kinds of things carried in them though- snacks, folding tools, small first-aid kits, snake bite kits, tyre plug kits and even cell phones.

Mounting locations: You can mount this under your saddle or to almost any part of your bike frame. If you are installing it on a dual suspension bike make sure you test your mounting location before heading off on your ride to make sure nothing is going to foul when the suspension compresses.

Mount Type: The Gripper mounts with one durable hook and loop strap. The contents are contained in either the smaller elastic slip pouches or the main compartment.

Pros: The ability to grab your bike and have your spares already mounted to it is awesome.

Cons: When riding in muddy or wet weather the items stored in the Hot Laps Gripper are going to cop it. Placing weather-sensitive things in zip lock bags first isn't a bad idea.

(Note: 2x25g C02 cartridges will fit, but will make the bag seem like it's about to burst at the seams. 2x16g cartridges fit perfectly.)

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Reviews

4.2

It’s great!!

by

This was a great product, I run tubeless so I didn’t need to carry a tube. I could pack with me my iPhone SE, alenkey, some food and co2 canastas. I highly recommend this product.

Doesn't fit ebike frames

by

The gripper bag looks the part. But once loaded with a tube and two C02 canisters the flap barely fits and the main strap is designed in a way that it runs out of the Velcro to attach to once it's around a Ebike frame. I may work on a normal bike but not a larger ebike frame . The bag it self seem decent quality. It needs a couple of adjustments made to it imo.

Great Product.

by

Great size holds tube and tools every thing you need and Velcro so easy to mount.

Great bag

by

Great little bag that fits underneath your seat with out touching the seat post and fits what’s needed

Top stuff

by

Great little bit of kit, i bought one for my wifes bike as well. I pack innertube etc in mine and she has a windcheater crammed easily in hers

5Good Capacity- could be a little more secure

by

Great sized bag. Im using it to hold my 29inch tube. A spare hanger and CO2 valve (wrapped in the tube). Ive also got a ttre plug kit that fits nicely into one of the cannister slots and can still fit another cannister next to it easily.

I did find the bag moved around a bit (mine is strapped to my top tube where it joins the seat tube), so i added my own bit of velcro that goes around the seat tube and now it doesnt move at all.

It's a great bag with good capacity!

It’s great!!

by

This was a great product, I run tubeless so I didn’t need to carry a tube. I could pack with me my iPhone SE, alenkey, some food and co2 canastas. I highly recommend this product.

Doesn't fit ebike frames

by

The gripper bag looks the part. But once loaded with a tube and two C02 canisters the flap barely fits and the main strap is designed in a way that it runs out of the Velcro to attach to once it's around a Ebike frame. I may work on a normal bike but not a larger ebike frame . The bag it self seem decent quality. It needs a couple of adjustments made to it imo.

Great Product.

by

Great size holds tube and tools every thing you need and Velcro so easy to mount.

Great bag

by

Great little bag that fits underneath your seat with out touching the seat post and fits what’s needed

Top stuff

by

Great little bit of kit, i bought one for my wifes bike as well. I pack innertube etc in mine and she has a windcheater crammed easily in hers

5Good Capacity- could be a little more secure

by

Great sized bag. Im using it to hold my 29inch tube. A spare hanger and CO2 valve (wrapped in the tube). Ive also got a ttre plug kit that fits nicely into one of the cannister slots and can still fit another cannister next to it easily.

I did find the bag moved around a bit (mine is strapped to my top tube where it joins the seat tube), so i added my own bit of velcro that goes around the seat tube and now it doesnt move at all.

It's a great bag with good capacity!

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Dakine Hot Laps Gripper Bike BagDKNHTLPSGRP
Ashcroft Camo - 2021194626391373
Black - 2022194626391366
Deep Red - 2021194626391380
Midnight Blue - 2022194626391397
Sparrow - 2022194626391403
Vandal - 2021194626391427

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