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Arkel Seatbag Bags

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $31.00


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The Arkel Seat Bag! It goes where no other seat bag has gone before with absolutely unprecedented and outstanding features. It is made of a four panel shell that is permanently attached with reinforced Velcro under the seat. A 100% waterproof roll-top Thermo-Guard Nylon pouch slides in and out of the shell in a jiffy. No zippers to operate. In addition to protecting the content, the shell compresses and stabilizes the pouch so that the whole bag attachment to the saddle is rock-solid. Let the downhillers put it to the test! The pouch takes 1 ¾ second to remove.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Half-Dingo a Cross Country Rider from Asheville

Date Reviewed: February 16, 2011

Strengths:    Very waterproof but not submersible. Easy to wash off mud with water hose due to no fabric in bag construction. No zippers to break.

Weaknesses:    Takes a few seconds longer to open due to secure clips and bag.

Bottom Line:   
This is a the perfect bag for a mountain bike. Easy clean up with no zippers to break and a near waterproof design ensures years of maintenance/headache free use.

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Favorite Trail:   don't make me pick just one!

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Purchased At:   Arkel's website

Bike Setup:   Specialized epic s-works.

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My seatbag puked on the trail today

So was out riding with a buddy and my seat bag somehow came open and lost everything out of it. We started in Golden and did the Chimney Gulch - Apex loop. Within Apex we descended down Enchanted Forest, climbed up Hardscrabble, down Pick and Sledge and then down Argos. Followed the bike path b ... Read More »

Patterns for a seatbag?

Anyone have any home-made patterns for a seatbag? My g/f made me a frame bag for my last bikepacking trip(last Fall) and I used a seatpost clamp on rack for additional gear. Looking to see if maybe I could homebuild a seatbag to lighten the load a bit more.Read More »

Is my seatbag a brick??

Out of curiousity I threw my seatbag on the scale this week and was surprised to see it weighed in at over a POUND. That seemed awfully heavy, so I broke it down to see what might be adding up and what I could possibly drop. Here is how it weighed in: Tube (with a bit of powder, wrapped in a zi ... Read More »

Seatbag for endurance events?

Allright, I have used a camelbak for the last 10 years and haven't had a seatbag on my bike since college. Does anyone use one for tubes/tools/etc. during endurance races to limit the weight in your backpack?Read More »

Which seatbag

Im trying to find a seatbag, I really like the Topeak sompact survival wedge. But its $30 and it comes with tools I already have. On the topeak website and found the sell the bags individually without the tools. but I cant seem to find em anywhere. [url]http://www.topeak.com/2004/products/ba ... Read More »

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