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Dakine Hot Laps Stealth Bike Waist Bag

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Good value compact bum bag.


This is a great small pack for carrying the essentials, it's comfortable, light weight and looks okay for a bum bag. For the $40 asking price it is hard to go past.

Excellent little pack


After using a Dakine Drafter for 10 years & then a Hot Laps 5 for the the last 2, I wanted something minimal after finally getting a bike with a bottle cage. Enter a Hotlaps Stealth.
Perfect size for wallet phone & keys. You'll also get a tool & CO2 in there plus a tube in the front pocket. It does get a bit tight with a tube in there though.
My only criticism is the padded phone pocket is a bit small for modern smart phones, easily fixed if you unpick the centre divider & lie the phone on its side. I wish both wing pockets were zipped & the zip pulls are a bit flimsy, I replaced the main pocket one with a paracord monkey fist.
All in all, an excellent pack at a bargain price.

Bum bags are back


Great product. Slim line bum bag that holds everything in place compared to bigger bags wherein contents rattle around. Nifty side compartments for keys or anything for quick access. Surprisingly alot of space for it's size. Material seems to dry quickly and doesn't retain the sweaty smell.

Awesome pack

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Awesome pack. Fits under my jersey and is hardly noticeable. Bought this as I don't like riding with my keys and phone in my pockets and this perfect for shorter rides. Can actually carry a fair bit but obviously the more you add the bulkier it gets.


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Works well, good quality, slim to fit under jersey as advertised.

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