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BackcountrySlacked Out Gripper

$29.95

Item # BCCZ28Z

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Description

Why We Built The Slacked Out Gripper

We constructed the Slacked Out Gripper to give us a compact, easy option to carry snacks and tools on our long rides. The removable, adjustable straps let us secure it to our seatpost or frame in various configurations. With the expandable, compressible design, it doesn't flip or flop as we pedal over gravel no matter how much or little we packed. When we're in need of our emergency candy, the buckle flap grants us access in a cinch.

  • Versatile bike bag to carry your repair kit and more on long rides
  • Durable, waterproof material keeps contents safe in all conditions
  • Two sets of adjustable straps for the perfect fit
  • Ability to access stash without removing from your bike
  • Bike light attachment loop to allow for increased visibility
  • Four-part elastic storage

Tech Specs
MaterialPT600D (92T) oxford polyurethane
Volume43.3cu in
Mount2 adjustable straps
Pockets1 main compartment
Closurebuckled flap
Dimensions5.5 x 3.5 x 2.25in
Recommended Usecommuting, cross-country, enduro, gravel, road cycling, trail
Manufacturer Warrantylimited lifetime
Weight

Claimed Weight

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5.3oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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One more of the inside for good measure. Stay organized my friends.

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>Rating: 4

Out of the box review

So the pictures are kind of confusing but this thing has 4 straps to anchor to your bike, not 3. But I guess that's why they're removable. I could do without the excess webbing. It's not detrimental to performance, but it is a nuisance that could potentially catch on things. I kind of wish the straps weren't Velcro since that doesn't hold up to wet/mud very well, but since I shouldn't' be riding wet trail conditions anyway, I'll withhold judgement for now. I'm impressed with how much I could stuff into it. I fit 1 spare 29in tube, 1-2 CO2 carriages, a small patch kit, small multi bike tool, 2 spoons, spare valves, and extra screws. I don't like carrying these things in a backpack and prefer a bike bag so I never forget what I need. I'm switching over from an under-the-saddle bag and this one looks much more secure and durable. I'm a pretty paranoid rider and I appreciate this bag enabling me to always be prepared like the Boy Scout I never was.

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