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LARGE Fabio's Chest (next pre order 4/2018)

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BAGS SHIP 1/22

Video https://youtu.be/Ge4v9t5JkfQ

Large fits extra wide drops, and most all MTB bars. also fits jones bars. if you are running smaller bars, or just have smaller stuff, go with the small. its still huge!

These are available pre order only : limited run of 50 at a time : made in Seattle by bike bag juggernauts, SWIFT INDUSTRIES

reinforced body is rackless, unless yer bike is too small and it hits yer tyre; then you need a bag support of some sort. you'd be surprised though. chances are if you have your bars high enough for comfort, this space age design will work reckless. My bikes are big, so I have no problem with the front or rear. Some times I like to use a bag support in the rear so that it sits at a more aesthetically pleasing angle. small racks like the nitto M1 are a great choice for this. Another consideration is that if yer running fenders, that'll be enough to keep the bag from rubbing if you think it'll be close.

Patches come with the bag, but are not sewn on. They iron on with the same iron you use to straighten your hair every morning. I think there might actually be a patch for this run. it will be nice.

NOW WITH NEW VELCLOSURE SYSTEM! the last photo in the photo set shows the closure system. it attaches and detaches in seconds, while holding the bag so secure that it feels like part of the bike. if you have really funky (funkier than mine?) handlebars, they might not be velclosure compatible::::: thats fine! the original daisy chain mounting system is still there. just cut off the velclosure (we designed it that way) and use the included velcro straps. so easy!!!!!

SPECS:

Large width with pockets expanded 18"

Entire Body (roll top open, still usable with the flap extended!)
Width: 14"
Depth: 8"
Height: 20"
Capacity: 44 Liters

Rigid Body (roll top all the way down)
Width: 14"
Depth: 8"
Height: 10"
Capacity: 27.887 Liters

Side Pockets
Width: 5"
Depth: 2"
Height: 8"
Capacity Each: 1.2 Liters

Width when pockets are expanded: 18" but i already said that i guess...

Universal Features:
Materials:
Cordura 1000D
70D Coated Ripstop

Flap
Extendable flapper with snap fasteners and dual-closure buckles that are split backed to be moved wherever you need them along the continuous daisy chain to adjust for yer loade.

Body
HDPE enforced rigid body
Dowel sleeve
Bottom daisy chain for rack reinforcement

Mounting
For front use, the VELCLOSURE SYSTEM basically makes the bag part of your bike, but can be removed in seconds. included 3 nylon adjustable cam straps paired with daisy chains for versatile front and rear attachment.
Benefits: Ultra stable on bars, quick to detach

Pockets
Fold upward to stow when not in use
Fit regular-sized Nalgene or 40oz klean kantene
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This bag culminates eternities of musings while astride a multitude of transportation mediums, spanning flying ruby eyed silken haired dragon lions, to modern day bicycles, e-bikes, and recumbents. The need to carry yer stuff in an attractive and functional manor::: a fine purse accessory for the bicycle, as every bicycle and it's self respecting master deserve and desire.

First a brief his/herstory::: Bicycle luggage started out attractively enough in the turn of the 19th century, with beautifully crafted leather frame bags and waxed canvas duffels all mounted rackless, directly to the frame. Gear was simple, and required only the essentials. Over the century we began adding racks and clunky, unnecessary gear until the touring bike, once a simple and attractive package, was now an overladen beast brimming with all the comforts of civilization that the tourists were allegedly trying to ride away from!

while that model certainly does still exist (mostly Germans), a new form of paired down off-road touring has emerged in recent years. Due to the unforgiving terrain, gear, and ways of carrying that gear became lighter and more durable out of necessity. Racks were discarded once again, and creative ways of portage persisted. What I am speaking of is of course the modern day "bike packing" craze.

Fast forward to now. Sure that bike packing stuff works great, but daaaaaaaamn is it ugly! Like really f-ing ugly! There is not a single classic aesthetic represented on a modern day bike packers rig, save for perhaps the persistent steel frame material that the bicycles are made from.

It is my belief that when entering the *natural world on a machine, that the aesthetic of that machine should blend in and become part of the landscape instead of a starkly contrasted eyesore. Save that for the strip malls on the outside of town. Classic is classic for a reason, and that's because it never goes out of style, and nature will (hopefully) never go out of style. So for me, the respectful way of entering the outdoors, is to become part of it, and that is the sentiment, I hope, my high fashion look book will continue to represent.

Without further ado, in partnership with the visionaries at swift industries, I present to you the first ever, classically inspired bike packing bag:::: the ├╝ltraswift wizard sleeve. A bag to tour off the beaten path with, but one that looks good enough to leave on yer bike when yer back at yer sweet condo and have to make a run to Trader Joe's for 10 bottles of house red to entertain yer Game of Thrones viewing party on yer 200" LCD TV.

This truly is a dynamic modern world we are a part of. Be sure you look yer best.

-"Poppi"