Bontrager Elite Seat Pack

Item No. 1643-530259
$24.99 - $33.99


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Like a trusty friend the Bontrager Elite seat pack is always at your side. Built with durable nylon to handle road grime from awesome adventures its lightweight construction cradles your essentials through your favorite rides.

  • Hook and loop saddle attachment firmly keeps bag connected to your bike
  • Low-profile seatpost attachment prevents bag from swinging while riding
  • Internal pockets securely hold credit cards and valuables
  • Loop on face of bag easily attaches clips for rear lights
  • Reflective elements enhance visibility for maximum safety anytime
  • Light and robust material holds up to elements without contaminating contents

  • Small: (650cc) Capacity
  • Small Dimensions: 14.5 cm (l) x 7.5 cm (w) x 7 cm (h)
  • Medium: 57 cu in (940cc) capacity
  • Medium Dimensions: 16.5 cm (l) x 8.5 cm (w) x 8.5 cm (h)
  • Large: 85 cu in (1385cc) capacity
  • Large Dimensions: 18.5 cm (l) x 9.5 cm (w) x 8.5 cm (h)

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The bag functions very well
June 11, 2020
5 months ago
Fits well on a aero bike
This is the third Bontrager saddle bag purchase for me. I ordered no less than 9 other manufacturers bags for my new 2020 Cannondale SystemSix but couldn't find one that fit or held much. While it's not really meant for a long flat seat post, I was able to stretch the rubber strap around the seat post and got it to fit. This bag holds everything I need including a tube, 2 CO2 cartridges, tube repair kit and a standard tire levers. There is still some room left should i need to put car keys or a clif bar in there. And it stays neatly under the seat without sticking out too far. Tried other brands of saddle bags and they were either too small or held almost nothing that one would need in the event of a flat. Very happy with the bag and would buy another when this one wears out.
November 1, 2019
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