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Race Face
Stash Quick Rip Bag

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $40.78 Original price: $67.95
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Why We Like The Stash Quick Rip Bag

When we need to meet that middle ground for carrying our gear between our tiny pockets and our bulky backpack, we turn to the Stash Quick Rip Bag. Race Face designed this bag as the ideal solution for singletrack riders and downhill junkies. It offers essential space for water, snacks, and tools and stays securely on our hip no matter how choppy the trails get.


  • Hip pack for post-work rides and weekend trail excursions
  • Single-sided stretch belt for total adjustability
  • Neoprene bottle holder keeps our hydration in place
  • Ripstop nylon with 3D mesh backing for durability and breathability
  • Two pockets and an essential phone pocket keeps everything safe
  • Item #RCFW02Q
[face fabric] ripstop nylon, [backing] 3D mesh
1.5L (91.5cu in)
2 zippered, 1 phone, 1 neoprene bottle sleeve
Recommended Use
commuting, cross-country, enduro, gravel, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

February 9, 2022

What You Don't See

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

What you don't see in the pictures is the straps on the bottom that seem to be designed to strap a jacket or other layer to the bottom of this pack. I have fiddled with these long straps multiple times in an attempt to secure them to the bag in same way when there is not an extra item to carry that utilizes the straps. Maybe there's something obvious I'm missing, but there is no good way to secure these long straps. The options are to remove them or figure out some system to hold them up. On my ride this morning I noticed a long line in my shadow and something from my lower back strung down to the rear tire. Of course I realized it was these straps. If a cycle specific pack is designed with a problem that could results in a serious accident, I would guess there wasn't the proper testing on this pack. I am giving it two stars because the pocket sizes are nice and the could barely feel the pack when riding. I actually forgot I was wearing it at one point. I was wearing all my winter gear, but I was still impressed with the comfort. Anyway, I'll find some velcro system for those straps that are dangerous, or I'll just cut them. The rest of the pack seems to function well.

Anthony D

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com