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The FRED BAG hits all 4 points of the FRED totem pole:
Functional – allowing items of various lengths and widths to be jammed in
Reflective – to be highly visible at night
Economical – penny pinchers rejoice
Durable – lifetime warranty backed by the Road Runner Guarantee
Are you a FRED? If you answer YES to 3 of the 5 questions below, then look no further! This bag was made specifically for you.
You’re riding through a strand of connecting streets that you define as “your route” when POP/ BAM/ POW, you flat! Whatcha gunna do? Simple: remove 1 of your 3 tubes from your FRED BAG. You know the ones hidden behind your 4 Espresso Gel Shots, 3 Tire Levers, 2 Multi Tools, and 2 Boxes of Patches. The FRED BAG was designed with simplicity and utility in mind; it will aid and enable you to get your FRED on. No matter how close you are to home; never be left stranded again.
What is the FRED bag? The FRED bag is a utilitarian Saddle Bag made specifically for holding all of the items needed to get your FRED on and composed of a variety of materials – all animal friendly.
The outer shell is constructed of either Cordura or X-Pac Sail Cloth or Waxed Canvas Duck Cloth, and the liner Rip Stop Nylon while the mounting system is constructed of Nylon Webbing topped with heavy duty yet simple YKK buckles and a touch of heavy duty Velcro for mounting to the seat post. All come together to create a functional, reflective, economical, and durable waterproof saddle bag.
Now a word from OUTSIDEISFRED:
WHEN I LEAVE FOR A RIDE I PACK FOR MYSELF AND MY FELLOW CYCLIST. WHEN YOUR SPARE TUBE IS SHOT AND YOUR CO2 FARTS IN THE WIND I AM YOUR HERO. MY SPARE TUBE IS YOUR SPARE TUBE. TOUJOURS PRET, LIVE FRED OR DIE.
Dimensions: 10" x 4" x 4"
Fill the bag with whatever floats yer boat then tighten the pull cord. Insert the saddle bag between your saddle and loosely attach the velcro loop around your seat post. Now string the mounting strap through the saddle rails then back around through the buckle hardware. Make sure the mounting strap is fed through the webbing loop near the front of the bag below the metal O Grommet. Go back and tighten the webbing loop and close the lid and adjust the closure buckle. If the bag is generously loaded up, you may have some extra webbing coming off the closure strap that mounts to the lid. Simply tuck that extra webbing behind the bag (between the seat post and velcro closure).