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Silca Seat Roll Grande Americano

$58.00

Item # SLC001A

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Item # SLC001A

Description

Ready to roll.

Before embarking on your weekend coffee ride, make sure your steed is stocked up with the Silca Seat Roll Grande Americano. Much like its take on floor pumps, Silca ups the standards for design of the saddle bag with this convenient and durable seat pack. It utilizes a roll design to pack in your tools with perfect organization, and secures easily to your saddle rails with a boa that cinches down for a wiggle-free fit. When not secured to your saddle, the bag rolls open to reveal three pockets that can play host to an array of different gear, from spare tubes, to CO2 cartridges, and multi-tools, enabling you to save your pockets from the unnecessary bulk. The roll is crafted from durable 1000D ballistic-grade nylon, and treated with a DWR finish that keeps water rolling off, ensuring years of serious use ahead.

  • A premium roll for packing in tools and gear
  • Boa with wire system is low profile clean
  • Body material is waterproof and features reflective details
  • Folding structure doesn't limit capacity like small openings
  • Holds tubes up to 700c x 45mm

Tech Specs

Material:
1000D ballistic nylon, DWR treated
Mount:
saddle
Pockets:
3
Closure:
roll-top, boa
Dimensions:
29 x 2.5in (unrolled)
Recommended Use:
commuting, cross-country, enduro, gravel, mud/sand/snow, trail

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Nicely made, but won't stay in place.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It's a nicely made bag, but it won't stay in place on bumpy roads. I was encouraged to try this for my gravel bike. It does fine on pavement, but once I hit the gravel I'll end up stopping to re-attach it. It seems the strap is in the wrong place maybe?

I've watched the video, etc., but it just doesn't work for me.

I wouldn't buy it again.