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  • Ideal for bikepacking, alpcrossing and touring
  • Variable volume adjusts from 8 to 16.5 liters thanks to the roll-top closure
  • Made of lightweight yet sturdy polyurethane-laminated ripstop nylon; extra heavy-duty fabric is used where it mounts to the saddle rail; includes 3M Scotchlite reflectors
  • Air-release valve easily purges the bag of trapped air, allowing for tighter compression
  • Heavy-duty hook-and-loop straps with a soft, grippy surface ensure slip-free seatpost attachment; straps can be mounted to carbon seatposts
  • Sturdy polyethylene inner stiffener upholds the bag's shape; saddle bag also acts as mudguard
  • Elastic cord on the outside of the bag allows quick fixing of light gear; daisy chain with 7 loops runs along the underside of the bag, allowing a rear light to be fixed
  • Maximum capacity is 11 lbs. (5kg)
  • Note: In order to meet IP64 standards (6=dustproof, 4=protected against splash water coming from all directions), the closure must be rolled 3 - 4 times


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Best Use Cycling, Bike Touring
Gear Capacity (L) 16.5
Gear Capacity (cu. in.) 1,007
Material(s) Ripstop nylon
Dimensions 25 x 11.8 x 8.7 inches
Weight 15.2 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ultimate heavy-duty seatpack for travel or town I've found this seatpack to be quite versatile and it's been nice to get the weight off my back for trail riding as well as commuting around town. It's tapered towards the frontbto avoid thigh rub, and has a purge valve to let excess air out when rolling the top down to close it. This really allows you to get it nice and tight to keep the weight from shifting around while riding. It's made from solid materials and feels like it will last awhile even with some pretty serious use, which I will no doubt subject it to. Competitive in the price department with other seatbags of similar size and build from smaller makers with the proven weld construction of ortlieb.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Maybe I have had problems with this bag since I bought it. On the first one, the cheeks of the female side of the rear buckle broke on the mold seams. Luckily, Ortlieb authorized my supplier (not REI) to replace rather than repair. Secondly, the back really sags when loaded causing tire rub. I have to use my tent poles to stiffen it and cross the rear straps to give it more lift (not like in the photo). Third, the seam on the bottom of the bag is exactly in the middle line, where the tire rubs. The tire did NOT rub thru but the seam has opened up. I had to epoxy a piece of heavy fabric over this area. This bag does not work well if there is not enough seat post showing.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keep it lite. This bag was less expensive than other offerings I had looked. The companies reputation and Customer service in the past also sold me on it. I got it just before a short overnight trip I had hastily planed. It basically holds my whole camp. It holds my one person tent, sleeping bag, inflatable mat, stove, cookware and light. Mind you it's all very compact, ultralight gear. That's the key to this bag. It doesn't have any rigid support beyond four orfive inches out from the seatpost. The titanium poles of my tent are what create the support for this gear. All my camp gear is titanium, plastic or carbon fiber so it weighs less than 10 pounds total. You have to pack it with the heaviest items closest to the seat. That means those items are not accessible until you unpack. Pack it with thought of what you need access too. Again, you have to pack in support or it will sag and touch your tire. If you need something with built in support look at Portland Design Works.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Bag I've used this bag a few time on overnight and 4 day rides. It's one of the better saddle bags I've used. It's water proof and very easily compressible. I do agree with the comment in the other review that the bag does tend to sag with heavier weight, but I've found that true with comparable bags from other manufacturers. Seat post length is important with this bag. Overall a really good bag. It pairs well with the handlebar bag, which is great too.
Date published: 2017-03-21
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Is this seat pack suitable for use on carbon seat posts?

Asked by: Harry
This saddle bag is suitable for a bike that has a carbon seat post.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-25

Will this saddlebag work on a road bike with a setback seatpost such as the Thomson Elite or Masterpiece (e.g. setback achieved via a bend in the post)?

Asked by: YeOldeBuzzard
Yes, this will work with a setback seat post.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-02

Could this bag accommodate a laptop computer?

Asked by: Bicyclette
This pack is not designed to accommodate a laptop.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29
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