Bontrager's Pro Seat Pack makes organizing and accessing your essentials a breeze. Plus, the solid V-Loc mounting system holds everything in place while the taillight tab and reflective trim add an extra measure of safety.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Black / 25-cubic-inch||00601479123872||424906||BAG29494687L|
|Black / 120-cubic-inch||00601479123957||424910||BAG29348592E|
|Black / 50-cubic-inch||00601479123896||424907||BAG28424477L|
|Black / 75-cubic-inch||00601479123919||424908||BAG29775364M|
|Black / 95-cubic-inch||00601479123933||424909||BAG28531410E|
|Visibility Yellow / 50-cubic-inch||00601479213542||438128||BAG44819066W|
|Visibility Yellow / 75-cubic-inch||00601479213559||438175||BAG45829095W|
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I'm an avid mountain biker and after my last no-name bag fell apart on the trail after just 2 months, I decided to go with something I thought would be better quality. I bought the medium Bontrager Pro Seat Pack. The features were great. I loved the inside pockets and the size was just right. Unfortunately, it didn't last much longer than my previous cheep-o bag because the zipper broke and I ended up losing my innertube patch kit on the trail. There's no way to repair the zipper and now I'm out more money and back to looking for a better seat pack.
I carried a tube and co2 cartridges I. The seat bag and on one ride the zipper broke so I took it back got a new one easy on another ride it happened again and again and again about 5 times the zipper piece would actually stretch and fatigue cause it was a cheap pile of junk
It fits my odd-shaped suspension seatpost! The XL looks to be the same size as the large but it's got a zip out extension so it will hold more. In its normal config, w/o zip out, I got 2-700c tubes, patch kit, tire levers, multi-tool, electrical tape, zip ties, pressure gauge, MTB headlight, etc to fit comfortably. And it doesn't look THAT big.
I removed the internal webbing that keeps the zipper flap from opening all the way. It makes it easier to add and remove the items. The one I purchased was too small, so I'm probably going to purchase a larger one to fit my tube, tools, and pressure gauge.
I've big ol' 26X2 tires so I can't jam the tube all the way down into this bag. I have to spend time loading it just so and even then there is space wasted. If only it were 10% bigger... Otherwise it does what you'd expect and I'm happy with it.