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BirzmanPackman Travel Saddle Pack

$70.00

Item # BIR001I

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Item # BIR001I
Description

Why We Like The Packman Travel Saddle Pack

The Packman Travel Saddle Pack is perfect for weekend tours and extended bikepacking expeditions. It provides extra room for smaller necessities and fits securely fastened to our seat tube. Adjustable side straps reinforce and secure our gear load, and elastic upper cords make for external storage capabilities.

  • High-capacity saddle bag for bikepacking and touring
  • Hook-and-look straps fasten securely to seat tube
  • Adjustable side straps reinforce and secure the load
  • Elastic upper cords for exterior storage capability
  • Durable fabrics repel water and resist abrasion
  • Two additional straps allow further attachment possibilities

Tech Specs
Material420D/600D high-density water-repellent and abrasion-resistant fabric
Volume6L (366cu in)
Pockets1 roll-top main compartment with buckle
Dimensions19.7in x 7.1in x 6.3in
Activitytouring, bikepacking
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 3

Ok. Good enough for a few trips.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

For context, I used this pack on a self-supported bike-packing trip around Lake Michigan(~1100 miles). Size wise, this pack is great. I was able to fit my entire sleeping solution in this pack with a little room to spare. However, getting the bag dialed in and in the correct position is an absolute pain. Water resistance is pretty decent, but don't leave in items that can't get wet overnight. The clips on the top are far too large and the straps aren't long enough. Meaning you'll have to clip it below the saddle, the pull the clip through your saddle rails, and hope not to break it to get the bag snug up to the seatpost. I also had trouble with the bag immediately slipping once we got riding, which was easily solvable b tying the straps together underneath the bag. The strap on the bottom of the bags are also a pain, and by the end of the trip one had broken off and the other I just let dangle in the loosest position. Additionally, I wish Birzman would use a stiffer material on the bottom to support the weight of the contents in the pack. Once it's dialed it's great, but good luck getting it to stay there.

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>Rating: 3

Ok. Good enough for a few trips.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

For context, I used this pack on a self-supported bike-packing trip around Lake Michigan(~1100 miles). Size wise, this pack is great. I was able to fit my entire sleeping solution in this pack with a little room to spare. However, getting the bag dialed in and in the correct position is an absolute pain. Water resistance is pretty decent, but don't leave in items that can't get wet overnight. The clips on the top are far too large and the straps aren't long enough. Meaning you'll have to clip it below the saddle, the pull the clip through your saddle rails, and hope not to break it to get the bag snug up to the seatpost. I also had trouble with the bag immediately slipping once we got riding, which was easily solvable b tying the straps together underneath the bag. The strap on the bottom of the bags are also a pain, and by the end of the trip one had broken off and the other I just let dangle in the loosest position. Additionally, I wish Birzman would use a stiffer material on the bottom to support the weight of the contents in the pack. Once it's dialed it's great, but good luck getting it to stay there.

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