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K2 Gear Bag

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by cameron allen from conover north carolina

Date Reviewed: December 6, 2001

Strengths:    looks good holds alot of weight. to clean it just wipe it off with a wet rag

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
this is a good bag to take when you go to a raace and a trail you can hold a helmet, gloves, powerbars, medkit, tools, tubes or anything you need to take when you ride

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Favorite Trail:   pee wees

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $60.00

Purchased At:   lightning cycles

Similar Products Used:   none

Bike Setup:   k2attck 2.0

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Lost 8/23: Green bag with downhill gear, Mt Lemmon

My son recently (8/23) left a green bag just below Palisades on Mt. Lemmon (Catalina Highway), between mile 19 and Palisades at a pullout, with the following in it: -A One full face helmet -Red JT goggles -Red SPD shoes -Kali elbow pads -Black gloves -ABP quick release skewer -Shock pump H ... Read More »

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Gear Bag Recomendations

Just looking for ideas to carry all of my nasty MTB gear. I'd like to be able to stuff dirty shoes, socks, arm warmers, jersey, shorts, gloves, helmet, and camelbak all into a single bag. The trick would be finding a bag that will air out the gear and have the ability to keep muddy shoes for getting ... Read More »

Suggestions for pannier bag for camera gear?

I'm thinking of going trekking with my (new) bike, which will have rack mounts. I want to bring my camera equipment. So I was thinking of anyone has any suggestions of a pannier bag for camera gear. Otherwise, I was thinking of getting a double pannier, like this... [URL="http://store.trekbike ... Read More »

Duffel bag for downhill gear?

Hi all, going to Whistler soon and looking for something decent to carry my downhill gear (full-face helmet, beefy arm & leg protection, etc). Can anyone recommend a good bag that they use for these kind of trips? I think THE industries had some but I don't see them anymore, must be discontinued. ... Read More »

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