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Ortlieb
Saddle Bag Two

4.666666666666667 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
$60.00
Color:Black

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Why We Like The Saddle Bag Two

A simple saddle bag is in our books as a bike touring staple, and Ortlieb's Saddle Bag Two is optimally sized to fit our essential items. Its simple adapter system allows for easy attachment, and it weighs in at 7.8-ounces for a minimalist, lightweight option. A roll closure and side buckles mean our critical gear will remain safe and secure, but it also ensures easy access when we're stopped for a drink and a snack.


Details

  • Roll-top seat bag that makes for easy access to snacks and essentials
  • Weighing in at 7.8-ounces for a lightweight setup
  • Mounting bracket included for simple attachment
  • Hook-and-loop strap attaches to our seat stem for stability
  • Doubles as a rear fender to keep mud and spray off our backs
  • Scotchlite 3M reflector adds protection in low-light conditions
  • Item #OLBA02Y
Material
nylon ripstop, PU coating
Volume
1.6L (98cu in), 4.1L (250cu in)
Mount
saddle, seat post
Closure
roll-top, buckles
Dimensions
[1.6L] 4.7 x 6.3 x 7.5in, [4.1L] 5.5 x 8.3 x 11in
Claimed Weight
[1.6L] 7.8oz, [4.1L] 9.2oz
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

April 7, 2022

Favorite bags

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Ortlieb bags have been my go-to bags and I now have 3 of them for my 3 bikes. The great thing is their mounting system where you can put on all 3 bikes and then swap bags for the occasion. I have different size bags and they all serve a purpose. The only thing you'll want to avoid is getting a larger bag like the 1.6L on a mountain bike with a dropper post. The bag could be too large and hit the rear tire when the post is dropped. I use the smaller 0.5L ones when I take my mountain bike out and it isn't an issue. It can take jumps and very bumpy terrain no problem.

James L
4 out of 5 stars

October 6, 2021

War & Peace!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It?s well made. Great materials. Pretty light for its capacity. It?s waterproof. It expands or contracts, as necessary. It holds up to a ton of ?stuff!? I like it once it?s on and attached. It?s mount is a pain; for the life of me I don?t see why they use Phillips head screws over allen for the mount to seat and the adjusting mechanism is frustrating, at best. Have fun sliding it on and getting it the lock to catch before you?ve uttered an expletive. It?s noisy - raise the dead noisy when riding - unless you wrap everything to keep from bouncing and sliding around on the inside. And, yet, I like it and I?ll keep it. But, I beg you, please don?t make me fuss with that &%$#@ mount ever again!

Michael G
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

5 out of 5 stars

September 3, 2021

The best

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Like many cyclists, I have accumulated a ridiculous number of seat bags, searching for The One. This is it, or rather, These Are The Ones. Because these bags can be swapped in and out effortlessly and securely, that means the different sizes can used according to the day, the season and the ride. The biggest one verges on saddle bag size, the small one is for every day. All of them are waterproof thanks to the roll top design, which also means these bags don't rattle since sizing the bag according to the load is quick and easy.

Adam R
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com