Backcountry Long Top Tube Pack (1.8L)
Materials & care
An extended secure space for storing frequently-used items, whatever the terrain.
The Backcountry Long Top Tube Pack is a convenient space to store frequently used items, particularly on mountain bikes with sloping top tubes or limited space inside the main frame triangle.
The long top tube bag for mountain bikes is ideal for stashing snacks, light valuables and electronic devices. It features an internal divider and mesh pocket and securely attaches to the top tube with Hypalon-reinforced velcro straps to minimise abrasion. A one-finger two-way waterproof zipper puller allows easy access on the move and safeguards contents against water and dirt when closed.
The long top tube bag also features a padded foam base to protect contents and a battery lead port for charging electronic devices on the go.
The Backcountry Long Top Tube Pack is made from Dimension-Polyant VX21, a four-layer laminated fabric originally developed for the maritime industry and our proprietary 420D nylon; a rugged fabric made to our own exacting specifications for durability and waterproofing. Designed to fit the demands of off-road riding, these materials offer full waterproofing, light weight, low stretch, and high abrasion and tear resistance. Notably, it’s welded together at the seams, creating a watertight seal that ensures the saddle bag remains completely waterproof
Hand wash, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.
Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Backcountry Long Top Tube Pack FEATURES
Fully waterproof two-way zipper
Protected cable port
Slim-line design to avoid knee rub
Internal pocket for organisation
Reflective graphics for enhanced visibility
Ultra-durable, lightweight body fabric
Width: 4.5 cm 1.8 in
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