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Overland Treatbags (Pairs)

Overland Treatbags (Pairs)

Regular price $230.00 NZD
Regular price $210.00 NZD Sale price $230.00 NZD
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Paper Roads bags in the 'Overland' range are larger and designed for long-haul brevets. These handlebar-mounted treatbags are spacious and can be opened and closed single-handedly. Sizing is 'large man hand-friendly' – dive right in without fiddling around with your fingers. 2 elastic mesh side pockets, 1 inner pocket, easily wipeable, mould-proof TX50 Ultra fabric lining. 

SOLD AS PAIRS. To get a single bag, please get one made to order. (Single bags are $125 each. Save $20 by purchasing a pair)

Not seeing the colours you want? Get it made to order.

Materials

Fabrics used include Challenge Sailcloth Ecopak and fabrics from the X-pac range. These are ultra lightweight with DWR coating, imported from the US.

Features

  • Size (when full): 25cm H, 9cm W, 8cm D
  • Single-handed opening and closing mechanism
  • Double elastic mesh pockets
  • Inner pocket
  • RUV film-backed liner, enables quick cleaning - just wipe with a damp cloth. Unfortunate leaks do occur, like blue cheese! Most, if not all feedbags from other brands use fabric lining, which gets mouldy. (I have proof from an old Paper Roads version).
  • Hole in the bottom to let water out (if not closed tightly in heavy rain water will enter the bag).
  • 2 low profile velcro strips to attach to handle bars
  • Adjustable strap from bag to attach to forks to keep the bag upright and stable

Top Tips

Bikepacking rigs are often set up with a pair of treatbags. What you put in it depends on personal preference. From Amy's experience, riding a small frame means food storage is tricky but thanks to these large treat bags, they can hide more food than it appears! On a remote ride, one bag typically holds a pack of biscuits, a bag of scroggin, can of tuna and bars/gels. The other bag holds a bottle of water with a pack of tortillas. (French fries have been carried and eaten from a treatbag).

Care information

  • Do not throw into washing machine or dryer.
  • Scrub with a plastic bristle brush
  • If doing a thorough clean, use Nikwax Tent & Gear SolarWash and SolarProof.
  • Do not use detergent or softeners
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