Fit either a couple massive slices of pizza or a bunch of stuff like tools, tubes, phone, nutrition, wallet, and keys in the Nashbar Frame Bag. Hook and loop fasteners make installing a breeze, a wet seal coating on the zipper keeps the weather off your gear, and over 1.5 liters of storage lets you stash gear conveniently inside your frame triangle where you'll hardly notice it's there...till you need it.
600 denier nylon is scuff, tear, rip, and puncture resistant--in a big way
I have 2 other of these bags which work great. I don't know whether the design has changed but the most recent one I ordered, which I had to return, came without any internal support. As a result the bag collapses along the top hangers making it hard to zip/unzip while riding and bulges out when full.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Nice pack, it can hold everything you need for a ride, if you don't like seat wedges that attach to the rails and seatpost, get this frame pack, it has 4 straps, 2 top tube and 2 for seat tube. In my pack I put 1 road tube, tire levers, patches, id $20 Bill, mult tool and there is plenty of room left.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I purchased my first Nashbar frame bag over a year ago, I have used it on all my rides since. The frame bag is easy to install and remove and it has held up extremely well in all types of weather (cold, hot, wet & dry). The frame bag has plenty of space for my Nokia windows phone that is connected to Endomondo on every ride and the bag does allow for easy access to the phone while in the saddle to check the phone without stopping my ride. There is also additional room in the frame bag for my bike lock, energy bars, bike tools, etc......I recently purchased a second Nashbar frame bag to prevent having to remove the frame bag and installing it on my other road bike. One thing you need to be aware of however, when you install the Nashbar frame bag you will most likely have to remove a water bottle cage (depending on your bike frame size) if you use two bottle cages. I use to use two cages but had to remove a bottle cage on my 56" and 58" frames but have compensate somewhat with the cage loss with a larger water bottle.