Spurcycle (USA) – The tidy aesthetic of a tool wrap in secure, weatherproof form.
Spurcycle, creators of the precision Spurcycle bell, are releasing their latest in a series of well-thought designs with their new Saddle Bag. It reflects Nick and Clint Slone’s propensity toward simple but effective products, including finely executed details.
Likened to an old-school lunch bag, there are no zippers to jam or break. Bring only a tube or pack the bag with extra preparedness. The dropper post compatible Saddle Bag expands or contracts to fit its contents and comfortably carry your peace of mind. A wide velcro strap wraps firmly around everything and fixes securely around the seat rails. The result is a compact saddle bag that stays tucked up neatly with no sag.
Made out of weatherproof X-Pac sail fabric, the ready-to-load pouch measures 6.5” tall with a 4.5” x 2.25” opening. The bright interior makes it easy to see the contents with enough space to accommodate a 29” tube, tire levers, CO2, and multi tool. MSRP is $45.
The new Saddle Bag product is available now at Spurcyle’s website and will be stocking at Spurcycle dealers by month’s end. The bag comes fast on the heels of the just launched titanium multi-tool, which is also in stock and ready to ship. Stored in a slim fabric case, the $69 minimalist Tool makes a very satisfying addition to your everyday carry.
Spurcycle’s Saddle Bag is the most recent collaboration of brothers Nick and Clint Slone, following the Spurcycle Bell, Key Clip, Multi Pouch and Tool. Their focus—in addition to meticulous design—is to create products that don’t require a slick sales pitch but which encourage blatant favoritism.