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Few on-the-bike frustrations can quite match feeling your $200 bib shorts rub against the rough exterior of a saddle bag. Apparel manufacturers design shorts to withstand the constant friction between shorts and saddle, but the inner thigh panels are lightweight and soft. Its an area that abrades a saddle bag with every pedal stroke and piles up all-to-quickly, killing the lifespan of a pair of shorts that should otherwise last many years.

The engineers at Fizik give us a cure to this age-old problem thanks to the fact that their best-selling saddles are Integrated Clip System (ICS)-specific, which means they have a tiny plastic receptacle under the saddle shell. The Fizik ICS Saddle Bag has a male end that plugs right into this ICS opening. The Saddle Bag recesses directly under the rear of your saddle instead of lower on your seatpost. It has no Velcro straps to affix it to your bike, which eliminates the likelihood of shorts-to-bag abrasion.

The ICS Saddle Bag is available in two sizes, Small and Medium. The Small bag is ideal for the essentials: One tube, two CO2's, and one tire lever. The Medium bag gives you enough room to add a multitool and a second tube to your arsenal. The ICS bag comes in Black, and has two rear reflective patches plus a loop to affix a rear tail light. The bag material itself is waterproof, and the Zippered enclosure is reinforced in order to give it added resistance to water. The ICS clip on the bag has three positions to allow you to customize the angle of the bag beneath the seat.

Just so you know, the following saddles are ICS compatible provided that they are vintage 2007, not earlier: Aliante Carbon, Arione Tri 2, Arione, Aliante Gamma, Pave HP, Vitesse Tri, Vitesse HP, Gobi, Nisene HP, Rondine, Nisene CP, Pave CP, Vitesse CP, and the Rondine CP. If you're unsure whether your saddle is ICS compatible, simply look for the ICS receptacle beneath the shell. Or feel free to contact us and we can help you make sure one way or another.

Tech Specs

any saddle with ICS receptacle beneath the shell
Recommended Use:
being prepared for breakdowns

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1 5

Poor Durability

Nice design idea, but the mount broke where the bag is joined to the plastic bracket after 7 months. This looks like a common problem for these bags if you check the reviews for this and the other Fi'zi:k ICS pack.

Recommend avoiding this one unless you wan to replace your back regularly.

Poor Durability
2 5

Clip Broke after 2 months

The clip broke on a ride after about 2 months without any significant abuse or rough riding. Will be sending if back for a refund

5 5

Stash and Dash

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have one of these and love it. Has plenty of room and you can fit all your needs tubes, cartridges, tools. It fits snug and perfectly under your seat. Has a great locking mechanism on it that attaches to the seat. Also has a great strap to hang a light off the back.

5 5

Great integrated stash pack

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have the Fi'zi:k Antares saddle. Was a little hesitant to go with the bag because of jstp558958's review below, I usually ride long distances and didn't want to find myself in the middle of nowhere needing a tool that was in my that broke off 20 miles earlier. But, so far so good; I've put 600-700 miles on it, including some rough road, and no issues.

The bag looks good, integrates perfectly with the Fi'zi:k saddle and holds more than i usually need to carry (size M).

Bought this saddle pak so I did not have...

Posted on

Bought this saddle pak so I did not have to carry tools on a 100 mile race (Patapsco 100). The plastic piece broke and I lost the pak on the very first day in use. Luckily my friends saw it fall and I did not lose all my tools. is there a warranty on the pak? Can I go through you or do I need to contact Fi'zi:k? Thanks.

Best Answer Responded on

Backcountry.com has a lifetime warranty! Just look through your order history until you find the product and you can return it from there and either get a new one or put the money towards a different product. If you need help with the process just hit the live chat button at the top of the link, or call them at the number listed.

How did the race go? Hopefully you didn't end up needed the tools.

5 5

Got the medium

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Started out with the small, fit a tube&tools. No room for my Airbone pump!
So switched to the medium. Now I can fit the pump and even cram in my flip phone. Used an old black shoe lace put through the loops on the bag and tied up under the seat for added support after reading other reviews. After a few rides everything seems to be fine - a small tight solid package - don't even know it's there. Go for it!

Got the medium
1 5

Good for a tube and CO2

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought the small. Got one 29" tube, two CO2 canisters and an inflator in. Perfect for a race day. I liked the saddle attachment, once I found a youtube video explaining to remove the silver Fi'zi:k logo off the back of the saddle.

However, and I'm updating my review after extensive use, this product is nice when new, but is prone to failure. I've had two paks both fail due to the plastic snapping due to the repeated shaking of mountain biking. It probably works fine on a road-bike but this sucks for mountain biking.

4 5

Solid bag, good value

It attaches well to the saddle, secure zip. One thing I'm not keen on so far is the zip is little hard to pull open and closed. Also the loop at the rear for holding a light is not very well designed, the light tends to droop down and not shine backwards properly. But as a pack by itself it's elegant and well designed.