The Expedition Saddle Pack is lightweight, waterproof, and provides a spacious compartment under the saddle, eliminating the need for a rear rack. It’s designed to hold clothes and equipment on long distance rides. Built from a lightweight laminate developed specifically for Apidura, the Pack is highly resistant to abrasions and tears. The seams have been welded together, creating a waterproof seal that ensures contents always stay dry, even in sustained rain. A three-point attachment system with Hypalon-reinforced Velcro straps allows the Pack to hug the seat post, increasing stability and cutting down on lateral movement. Additional Hypalon on the Pack’s body keeps frames in good condition. The roll-down compression and closure system means the Pack’s volume can be tailored precisely to fit a range of packing needs. Materials The Expedition Saddle Pack is cut from a three-layer laminate fabric that was developed specifically for us. The material is lightweight, and is highly resistant to tears and abrasion. Notably, it’s welded together at the seams, creating a watertight seal that ensures complete waterproofing. The Pack’s attachment points are reinforced with Hypalon, a rubberized nylon used to provide extra protection against friction and abrasion. For the straps, Woojin buckles have been chosen for their strength and reliability. Finally, a lightweight moulded section of HDPE thermoplastic sits in the Pack’s lower section to reinforce its structure.
Arkel's new bikepacking seat bag! The Seatpacker 9 with quick release rack. Completely waterproof with sealed liner, easily slides on and off for easy packing and handling. Seatpacker rack totally eliminates side to side movement (Tail Wag). Plus it works with dropper posts!! Slim front design and reinforced front panels eliminate thigh rub. Needs a minimum clearance of 7"/18cm from seat rails to top of tire. Comes with Arkel's limited lifetime transferable warranty! **If you own a Brooks saddle or a Selle Anatomica you will need a special adaptor. Contact us directly to inquier about availability.**
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