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  • 5 Frame Bags For More Than Just Snacks
  • amandawishart
    Full Member

    Amanda has been pootling around town with various frame bag solutions to see what shape and size work best. Here’s a few of the best on test! I have g …

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    cb2000
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    I have the restrap bar bag and had the same issue with the buckles. I contacted Restrap and they were very
    helpful and informed me that the buckles needed respositing on the strap so they sit flat against the bars. This makes it a lot easier to use.

    I do agree that the bag would be even better if the straps weren’t sewn in place and could be moved to different positions.

    Other than that it’s been great.

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    I like the splatter….

    After starting with a small bar bag, I’ve rapidly added a small frame bag for moar capacity of coffee and waterproof…

    Please can we have similar article on some slightly larger frame bags?

    thepodge
    Free Member

    If you are a tight-wad like me then a do a search for molle pouch on ebay, get slightly creative and save yourself a fortune.

    stanstorey
    Full Member

    Or speak to the lovely people at Camelchops 👌

    neilupnorth
    Full Member

    Have you tried the Lifeline seat pack on a dropper post, it’s only got a single post strap so might work well, if it does it’s an absolute bargain

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