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Specialized Wedgie Bag

Specialized Wedgie Bag

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2.0 stars
 (1 Review)
$29.95
Availability: In Warehouse - Ships 3-5 days
  • This item is not permitted to be shipped, however it can be purchased online and picked up at your convenience.
 

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Specialized Wedgie Bag

Specialized's Wedgie Bag is the perfect size to carry the essentials and just a bit more. It'll hold a tube, patch kit, tire levers, mini tool, cell phone, and energy bar. It has a water-resistant coating and zipper to keep your gear dry, and there's even an internal, easy-access, neoprene tool pocket that protects your spare tube from getting punctured. What's more, the Wedgie attaches in a snap and stays put thanks to its handy hook-and-loop straps.

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  • Volume: 105 cubic inches
 
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    00719676292397 41114-0301 SBC-41114-0301
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    Pros

    • Lots of Storage 
    • Adjustable 

    Cons

    • Wears hole in shorts 

    Best Uses

    • Road Bikes 

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    Ruins bike shorts

    By john

    from Evanston, IL

    About Me Avid Traveler

    Pros

    • Lots of Storage
    • Adjustable

    Cons

    • Wears hole in shorts

    Best Uses

    • Road Bikes

    Comments:

    The bag does what it's designed to do: hold the essentials, with room to expand. That said, the most annoying flaw with the design lies with the strap that loops around the seat post. The excess Velcro strap rubs against the right inside thigh until a hole wears through. I've ruined three pairs of shorts this way. One suggested solution involves trimming the excess strap such that the end extends no further then the front of the seatpost.N.B. This is an expensive problem caused by a [$] bag.

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