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Item # SCI0021

Pro from top to bottom.

The downside to having a Pro-level bike is finding a seat bag that matches its stylishness. SciCon, long considered a master of saddle bag design, has that covered with the Elan Seat Bag.

The Elan attaches to your seat rails through a hook-and-loop closure with a fit so snug under the seat that it forgoes the traditional seatpost strap. It's manufactured from Polyester 600 and is 210 cubic centimeters, making it unobtrusive, yet big enough to carry your basic essentials -- tube, tire lever, and a CO2. The SciCon Elan Seat Bag is available in Blue, Grey, Black, and Red.

  • Cordura
  • Single zippered pocket
  • Hook-and-loop saddle rail attachment

Tech Specs

Actual Weight:
Black, One Size: 145g
210 cu cm
1 zippered
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:

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4 5

Compact, questionable durability

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Here is what I carry in this pack:
- One road tube
- Two Pedro's tire levers (bigger than most tire levers)
- One multi-tool (not one of those tiny ones either, this one has 16 pieces or so)

With a bit of squeezing I can just barely fit all these in there. You're not going to want to open it up regularly with all this stuff, because it's difficult to get it closed again. But the point of this pack is just to handle emergencies, so I'm not too worried about it.

The only problem thus far is that it developed a small hole near the top after only a couple weeks of usage. This may have been from my multitool puncturing it when I squeezed everything in there, so I won't penalize it too much. So far it's just a small hole, and doesn't seem to be getting any bigger.

I should add that if you're hoping to carry what I have listed above PLUS a co2 cartridge and inflator, you will almost surely be out of luck. Even substituting a smaller multitool and tire levers, you would still have a very hard time squeezing in more.

Compact, questionable durability
5 5

Perfect Size

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Love this thing. Perfect size for one tube, two tire levers and a multi tool. Strap it on and you're good to go.I have a bigger saddle bag for when I need to take more but this thing is perfect for just the bare essentials.