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IbisRipley Pork Chop Frame Bag For RL2+

Item # IBS004C

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Item # IBS004C

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Made specifically to work with the Ripley RL2+, the Ibis Pork Chop Frame Bag is a brilliant solution to taking weight off your back by storing gear neatly in the front aperture of the frame. A durable ripstop nylon fabric with padded ballistic nylon side panels holds up against rough and tumble abuse you're going to put it through on the trail, while its simple design allows for full access to your shocks adjustments without getting in the way of water bottles. Meanwhile, the zippered closure keeps extra CO2 cartridges, tools, gels and other essentials close at hand in the internal storage compartment.

  • Frame bag built to stash neatly on Ripley RL2+
  • Durable ripstop nylon fabric holds up to abuse
  • Zippered closure securely transport essentials
  • Internal wire attachment does away with paint-fading straps
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
ripstop nylon
Ripley L2+
Recommended Use
trail, cross-country

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Perfect fit.

    I have a Gen2 Ibis ripley and once I figured out how to install it the bag is a perfect fit and super convenient to get stuff in and out. Enough room for a tube a pump and multi tool but not too big. Highly recommend it.

    Depends on how you pack it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Fits great in the frame if packed right. If you jam a bunch of stuff in it and mess up the shape, it's likely to fall out which I learned the hard way. I throw a strap on it now just in case. Great use of wasted frame space and high quality