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Ortlieb
Seat-Pack QR

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$195.00
Color:Black Matt

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Why We Like The ORTLIEB Seat-Pack QR

The ORTLIEB Seat-Pack QR prepares us for every adventure, whether on a long bikepacking trip or just ripping local gravel trails. The Seat-Lock attachment system keeps our gear securely attached to the saddle, while the internal reinforcement and compression straps keep our contents tight and in place.


Details

  • A waterproof saddle bag for gravel, mountain, or
  • Built with a durable PU-coated nylon fabric
  • Seat-Lock mounting system connects via a hook-and-loop strap
  • Compatible with standard seat posts between 22-35mm in diameter
  • Internal stiffener and four compression straps secure the gear load
  • Elastic cords at the top of the bag offer additional storage
  • Not suitable for carbon saddles or carbon seat posts
  • Compatible with dropper posts when a 4.3cm adapter clamp is used
  • Item #OLBA04R
Material
PU-coated nylon
Volume
13L (793 cu. in.)
Mount
Seat-Lock mounting system
Closure
roll
Dimensions
11 x 18.9 x 8.7in
Claimed Weight
625g
Activity
gravel, cross-country
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 5 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

January 31, 2024

A Little Fidgety to Attach.

Works well with shock absorbing PNW post. I get good functionality of both features. Nice size; typical bomb-proof craftsmanship of Ortlieb. Rail attachments a little fussy, not a simple snap on/off, but super stable once clamped down properly. Seat post spacer is very helpful.

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Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com