Topeak Propack Bags

The ProPack is a weather resistant mountain bike seat packThat's big enoughTo carryThe essentials without slowing you down. Capacity: Micro: 0.31 L Small:0.43 L 600 Denier Polyester & EVA Foam QuickClick™ Mount (F22) 3M Reflective PipingExtra Water Repellency andResistanceTo Staining Size(L x W x H): Micro: 4.9” x 3.5” x 3.1” Small:5.5” x 3.5” x 3.3”Weight: Micro: 70 g Small:78 g

User Reviews (2)

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peternguyen   Weekend Warrior [Apr 07, 2009]
Strength:

Hard case, water resistant

Weakness:

Hmm, be good if it had a strap to the seat post, just so it's extra secure and for some piece of mind. Nonetheless, Topeak's quick clip never failed me.

I was looking for a case that was more resistant to water, and this case was a good choice. This saddle bag was exposed to the rain, and inside was still dry, unlike the Topeak Wedge pack i use to have, the rain would soak through and wet everything. The hard case is also good for some impact protection should you ever crash.

Similar Products Used: Topeak Wedge
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
traycerb   Weekend Warrior [Dec 17, 2008]
Strength:

Small, unobtrusive. "quick-release" allows taking bag off easily. Price. Says it's reflective and has "water repellency."

Weakness:

Zip can be hard to close.

To clarify, this is a review of the Topeak Pro Pack Small (it comes in a Micro version as well apparently) which is the version Nashbar sells (item YP-PP).

Overall it's a great little bag, well worth the minimal price. I've packed in a mini-tool, levers, patch kit, and a key for pinhead locking skewers, and there may be just enough room for a tube as well. It hangs underneath the seat by its "quick-release" anchor, which attaches to the saddle rails. It's securely fastened, and except for the zipper, doesn't rattle around (though I've not taken it on any hard rides yet). The bag can be accessed without removing from the "quick-release," but it's so easy to remove that it's moot.

The zipper is a little hard to close around the corners, but tugging the zipper outwards around the corners helps. fyi, you lose a little bit of your rails to it, so if your saddle is all the way back, you'll need to move it up a bit.

No comment on durability as I only recently got this.

Similar Products Used: Frame bags
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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