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Jam the essentials into the Fox Original Seat Bag -- and if you need more room, expand it and keep jamming.

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I like it!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

If you don't need to get in your bag much (seems not super durable) and are not carrying tubes with you then get this bag.

It is light and holds my tools, sealent, and some snacks.


fox seat bag

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

exactly what i wanted! i must admit I'm biased on the fact that im brand loyal and since fox is also a motocross brand it was a simple choice for me! the look is slim and tucks right under my seat! fits a tube! my blackburn muti co2 tool, and some tire irons! what else could i want!


fox bike sddle bag

    i ride 2-3 times a week and this bag holds all the esentials i need. i havent had it for to long thou it only has about 150 miles on it so far. but i really like it and the price for it was even better. my has a spare 29er tube, a park multi tool, patch kit, 2 tire removers, and extra master links for the chain.


    Low quality and poorly designed - avoid

      Not sure why Backcountry didn't post my first review - I purchased two of these a couple months back, and while I was mountain biking one of the straps tore.

      If that doesn't dissuade you, then I should also mention the velcro design is really annoying - for the strap that goes around your seatpost, there's no pull system, you just have to manually "choke" it with both hands and then secure the velcro.


      Do not buy

        I bought two of these a couple months back at the blowout price - one of the Velcro straps ripped last week on one while riding on the trail. These are cheaply made, avoid.