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Restrap Bikepacking Saddle Bag

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When you're out on longer biking adventures you need a way to keep your gear conveniently stored and easy to access. The Restrap 4L Bikepacking Saddle Bag is larger than your standard cycling saddle bag and will hold essentials such as tools, food and a jacket with ease, making it a great choice for all-day rides or light bikepacking duties when paired up with some other bags.

The bag features VX21 fabric, a light and tough material and is lined with nylon for extra strength. Every Restrap product is made by hand in the UK so you can bet that they know a thing or two about how to keep their kit dry, and they make bags made to last! 
Who's this item for: These bags are a great choice for bikepackers, road tourers, and gravel grinders that want a safe and convenient place to store their gear while out on biking adventures. 
Things you can carry: You can carry tools, food, or a light jacket.
Mounting locations: These bags hang off the underside of your saddle and the rear of your seatpost. The 4L bags require at least 15cm of clearance between the underside of the saddle and the rear wheel and at least 10cm of exposed seatpost to fit correctly.
Mount Type: A Hook and loop strap attaches the bag to the seatpost and a smaller strap with a quick-release buckle attaches the bag to the saddle rails. 
Pros: Allows you to carry a decent amount of gear on your bike.
Cons: Not recommended for use with dropper seatposts or for bikes with rear suspension as the wheel may contact the bag.                   
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