Dakine Hot Laps Stealth Bike Waist Bag

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Description

Flat tyres happen, even to the tubeless crowd. The Dakine Hot Laps Stealth is the perfect trade-off for riders not wanting to wear a pack (or anything) when cranking out laps on the trails. Designed to be worn under a jersey, it features just enough storage to keep a mini-tool, spare tube, a gel, your phone, and some cash on you at all times. As an added bonus, the Polygiene treatment keeps the bag odour free for multiple rides.

Features:

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.
  • Under-jersey storage solution.
  • Breathable air mesh back panel with Polygiene anti-microbial.
  • Internal fleece lined phone pocket.
  • Tool, tire lever, C02, and tube specific storage.
  • Dual side pockets.
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Reviews

5

Very comfortable waist bag

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This is a great pack for taking the essentials with you and not having to worry about a backpack. It fits just enough for a hour long ride. I was able to fit in my wallet, keys, phone, multi tool and CO2 cannisters in the main pocket and a spare tube and tyre plugs in the front pocket. The side pockets were filled with snacks. It was very surprising how much this pack would hold.
I barely noticed that I was even wearing it and it is very compact and hardly weighs anything – it was actually quite comfortable. It was a warm day and it didn’t cause any discomfort or trap sweat. The pack was not noticeable at all under my jersey

Good minimalist pack.

by

Does exactly what I hoped it would, fits a tube, small pump, CO², multitool, tyre levers and that's without even using the side pockets. Also don't notice it when I'm riding, even on rowdier trails.

Finally found a pack that fits a small waist

by

I love this waist pack. It is so comfortable I barely know it is there. I am petite with a small waist and it fits well, with room to tighten it more if needed. I have worn a camelbak hydration pack on my back for years as all waist and hip backs were too big. I am stoked to have finally found something that fits. There is plenty of room in the pack for a phone, a snack and car keys.

Great bag

by

Great little bag. Really well made and sits perfectly around your waist. Once its on you don't even know its there. Currently carrying phone, a few tools and keys. Great price when purchased on-sale from MTB direct.

Great for the essentials

by

Excellent for taking the bare essentials if you don't want to stuff your pockets or wear a backpack. I can fit my phone, wallet, keys, C02 and a small snack fairly comfortably. My phone has a 5.8 inch screen and just manages to fit the pocket. If yours is bigger you will need to unstitch the middle bit to accommodate it. Once you adjust the straps to fit your waist you will barely notice it's there when you are riding. At 20 bucks on sale I couldn't resist. Happily pay full price.

Long time backpack user is thinking of converting to bum bags because of this bag.

by

I needed a way to carry my phone and car keys on me when going for a quick ride. I tend to carry a hydration pack, but figured for short blasts of under an hour, all I really needed was myself, phone, car keys, and some motivation to get going. I decided to buy the Dakine Hot Laps stealth, only because I could hide it under my jersey. There's a separated pouch on the inside of the bag, which I had to unstitch to make it fit my phone. I reckon most modern smart phones would struggle to fit into the bag, but it was a small problem that was easily solved by some snipping. However, the snipping also meant that two of the elasticated loops became one big elastic loop. I thought of sewing the loop back, but it doesn't actually affect the performance of the bag so I shelved those plans.

Apart from that quick modification, there was nothing else to fault it.

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Very comfortable waist bag

by -

This is a great pack for taking the essentials with you and not having to worry about a backpack. It fits just enough for a hour long ride. I was able to fit in my wallet, keys, phone, multi tool and CO2 cannisters in the main pocket and a spare tube and tyre plugs in the front pocket. The side pockets were filled with snacks. It was very surprising how much this pack would hold.
I barely noticed that I was even wearing it and it is very compact and hardly weighs anything – it was actually quite comfortable. It was a warm day and it didn’t cause any discomfort or trap sweat. The pack was not noticeable at all under my jersey

Good minimalist pack.

by

Does exactly what I hoped it would, fits a tube, small pump, CO², multitool, tyre levers and that's without even using the side pockets. Also don't notice it when I'm riding, even on rowdier trails.

Finally found a pack that fits a small waist

by

I love this waist pack. It is so comfortable I barely know it is there. I am petite with a small waist and it fits well, with room to tighten it more if needed. I have worn a camelbak hydration pack on my back for years as all waist and hip backs were too big. I am stoked to have finally found something that fits. There is plenty of room in the pack for a phone, a snack and car keys.

Great bag

by

Great little bag. Really well made and sits perfectly around your waist. Once its on you don't even know its there. Currently carrying phone, a few tools and keys. Great price when purchased on-sale from MTB direct.

Great for the essentials

by

Excellent for taking the bare essentials if you don't want to stuff your pockets or wear a backpack. I can fit my phone, wallet, keys, C02 and a small snack fairly comfortably. My phone has a 5.8 inch screen and just manages to fit the pocket. If yours is bigger you will need to unstitch the middle bit to accommodate it. Once you adjust the straps to fit your waist you will barely notice it's there when you are riding. At 20 bucks on sale I couldn't resist. Happily pay full price.

Long time backpack user is thinking of converting to bum bags because of this bag.

by

I needed a way to carry my phone and car keys on me when going for a quick ride. I tend to carry a hydration pack, but figured for short blasts of under an hour, all I really needed was myself, phone, car keys, and some motivation to get going. I decided to buy the Dakine Hot Laps stealth, only because I could hide it under my jersey. There's a separated pouch on the inside of the bag, which I had to unstitch to make it fit my phone. I reckon most modern smart phones would struggle to fit into the bag, but it was a small problem that was easily solved by some snipping. However, the snipping also meant that two of the elasticated loops became one big elastic loop. I thought of sewing the loop back, but it doesn't actually affect the performance of the bag so I shelved those plans.

Apart from that quick modification, there was nothing else to fault it.

Specifications

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Dakine Hot Laps Stealth Bike Waist BagDKNHTLPWB
Black - 2022194626391434

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