Backcountry Saddle Pack details
Dropper Post Compatible When used with a Dropper Post Adapter
Roll-down closure For flexible carrying capacity
Reinforced structure For increased stability over rough terrain
Optimised For Rear Wheel Clearance Designed for bikes with limited rear wheel clearance and dropper posts
Abrasion-resistant Panels Enhance durability, no matter the conditions
Ultra-Durable Lightweight Body Fabric Welded for waterproofing and reinforced for the trails
Width: 14 cm 5.5 in
Width: 16 cm 6.2 in
Width: 18 cm 7.0 in
If possible, rotate the seat post collar so the bolt is on the opposite side of the seat post to the saddle pack. This will reduce wear and tear on the pack.
Measure the vertical distance from the bottom of your saddle rails to the top of your rear tire.
Measure the vertical distance from the seat post collar to the saddle clamp.
The minimum required distances are indicated on the diagram.
If you are using a dropper post: to get an accurate measurement, drop your post to its lowest limit and ensure the rear suspension is fully compressed.
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