As featured on Wired Magazine!
The size is small yet very spacious. Measuring out at 22.75 Liters or 23″ x 10″ x 4.5″.
The bag is composed of nylon ripstop shell, and only has one large compartment which is closed by a “YKK” brand water resistant zipper tape.
We use ripstop nylon for the shoulder straps and vented mesh for the underside. The default shoulder straps are non-padded (which allows it to be packable), but very comfortable! You would be surprised!
The upgraded option for the shoulder straps is padding. We can add padding (just like in our back packs) for an extra $10.
The outside of the bag as a multi-use strap; this straps doubles as a compression strap and Blinky Light Loop.
This bag was made with a purpose in mind: packable/ light (weighing in at 12oz)/ water resistant/and a great day bag. *Packable version: Non Padded Straps
Even if you do not plan on traveling but want a lightweight bag for grocery getting/ or running around town then this is your bag. Oh yeah, and its Hand Made in USA, by us!
By people, for people.
NOTE: Not for diving or stormy weather, but for everything else!! 🙂
• Made from 400x300 Denier Rip Stop Nylon. The straps are made from the same material. We back everything with Poly Webbing.
Certain color variations are made to order and require a small lead time. Please call/email us to get an exact stock list for this product.
The best way to describe this bag is….”The best of both worlds” This bag never lets me down. Perfect for putting into your other RoadRunner bags for emergencies and perfect for any day hike. Comfortable and reliable. Thank you for your dedication and hard work!
Got mine in the mail a few days ago and finally put it to use today. Super comfy and super satisfied. Definitely ordering from u guys in the future.
I’ve traveled with this little fella all over the US and even to Australia. Biking, hiking, urban exploring: this bag does it all and does it well. It has become my go-to carry on bag when I’m traveling light. It will be walking the floor in Vegas for Interbike again this year. Thanks RRB!