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Fox Seat Bag

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Description

The small Fox Seat Bag is large enough to hold a tube, multi-tool, and a few other essentials. Made from durable poly fabrics. Velcro straps connect to your seat post as well as a cinch sack to keep everything rattle free.

Features:

  • Slim profile designed to fit under the bike seat.
  • PU coated 600D polyester main body fabric.
  • Easy attach hook and loop.

For those looking to carry a bit more, the Large Seat Bag is designed with a zip below to allow more room when needed. Large enough to hold two tubes, multi-tool, energy bar, and other essentials.

Features:

  • Slim profile designed to fit under the bike seat.
  • Expandable zipper for additional storage.
  • PU coated 600D polyester main body fabric.
  • Easy attach hook and loop.
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Buy a different seat bag.

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Good seat bag but zipper is hard to unzip when it's under your seat. The zipper will start getting tough to undo once you have ridden through mud and it gets in. Straps snapped on a hard landing after a jump.

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Good seat bag but zipper is hard to unzip when it's under your seat. The zipper will start getting tough to undo once you have ridden through mud and it gets in. Straps snapped on a hard landing after a jump.

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Fox Seat BagFXSTBG
L884065133220
S884065133237

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