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Grid MTB Seat Bag

2 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews



Grid MTB Seat Bag

Self-sufficiency requires that you bring several tools with you when you hit the trail, but it doesn't require that you keep them all in your jersey pocket. The Blackburn Grid MTB Seat Bag has a half-liter capacity that provides plenty of space for your tire levers, chain tool, and wrenches, or any other small accessories you like to have with you during a ride. It's constructed from a durable material that is then given a water-resistant coating, so even if you get caught in a light shower you don't have to worry about your gear getting soaked. Even the zipper is water-resistant, and secures even the smallest of items inside the bag. The universal saddle mount is compatible with almost any bike, and yes, that does include your dropper post.


  • Saddle bag for on-trail self-sufficiency
  • Water-resistant coating deflects precipitation
  • Half-liter capacity provides space for tools
  • Universal saddle mount fits almost any bike
  • Zipper closure is secure and water-resistant
  • Item #BLB006F
water-resistant zipper
5.5 x 2in
Claimed Weight
1.1oz (31g)
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Overall Rating

2 based on 2 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

October 22, 2023

Fell a part after a few rides

I've used it several times

I purchased one in July. It hasn’t seen much trail time and already fell apart

Chris I

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

David BGearhead
3 out of 5 stars

August 17, 2021

Works pretty well but zipper broke

I've put it through the wringer

small enough to strap on your saddle rails without contacting your dropper. fit a multitool, c02 head and cartridge, clif bar, tire levers, no issue. Not quite big enough for a phone. Zipper split apart and was stuck closed after a few months. For the price, whatever, got probably 75 rides with it. Don't think I would buy another though going to try the Ortlieb micro bag