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Dual Seatbag

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Dual Seatbag

Arundel’s Dual Seatbag is pretty straightforward –it carries two tubes (thus, ‘double’), two CO2 cartridges, an inflator, and tire levers –everything you need to get your bike back up and rolling in the event of a flat. Like everything Arundel makes, though, the devil’s in the details. There’s a single strap the secures the bag around your saddle rails, and it holds quite firmly, negating the need for the all-too-common seatpost strap that inevitably wears through your bib shorts. In addition, Arundel reinforced the point of the bag where it contacts your seatpost bolts with a small leather patch, so your post won’t wear holes in the bag. The zipper is large, and has an easy-to-grab pull, a little thing we appreciate when wearing full gloves.


  • Designed to carry two tubes, two CO2 cartridges, an inflator, and tire levers
  • Single-strap attachment
  • Reinforced wear patch
  • Item #ARU0011
5.25 x 2.125 x 3.5 in
Recommended Use

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5 out of 5 stars

January 12, 2021

Great bag for two tubes and more

I've put it through the wringer

I have this bag on each bike I own. It snuggly holds two road tubes (up to 32mm), tire lever, multi-tool, and a CO2 cartridge. To get everything to fit, it's easier to pack the bag off the saddle and put the tubes in first. I like that the leather patch prevents the seat post from getting scratched. I also like how neatly it sits up under the saddle and away from my legs. I have found the bag to be durable, but I am not hard on things. I saw a couple of reviews mentioned the strap slips off. I am not sure how this is possible. I guess my tip to prevent this is to slide the long strap through the loop on the bottom, before passing the the strap through the metal loop.

Jonathan S

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