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Specialized Mountain Bandit Bag

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Mountain Bandit Bag

  • Minimalist saddle bag with room for just the trail essentials
  • Tough, lightweight, and water-resistant strap secures the load
  • Bolts directly under any saddle with SWAT-compatible mounts
  • Item #SCQ001D

Mount
saddle with SWAT-compatibility
Pockets
[compartments] 1 CO2 valve head, 1 mountain tube, 1 two-sided lever, 1 CO2 cartridge
Closure
hook-and-loop strap
Recommended Use
cross-country, enduro, gravel, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year

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>Rating: 5

The Small things that give experience

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Simply my new favorite OTB (On The Bike) Storage. In my opinion, specialized has always nailed it with SWAT (Storage, Water, And Tools) From the bottle cages to integrated multi-tools, to this integrated saddle storage. This thing is simply the best. This Bandit bag mounts with 2 bolts directly to the underside of your Specialized SWAT Compatible Saddle. It is very sturdy, nothing will be coming loose even on your most vigorous rides. This conveniently stores a full-sized tube, Tire lever, 25Gram C02, and a nozzle. Although there is plenty of room to include a small multi-tool between the tube and the outer strap. However in my case, I will be adding the EMT Tool to the underside of my S-Works Zee Cage 2. ****Comes included with a tire lever, mounting bolts. **** Your saddle will have to be Specialized SWAT Compatible

>Rating: 3

Cool concept, buttt

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
n/a
Height
5` 11"
Weight
200 lbs

I've ran a few of these, both the road and MTB versions. While they work great on the road, they do not hold up while riding MTB. I had a brand new one I installed last weekend for a big trip; it broke off the saddle around mile 60. I had to stuff the tube in my jersey to finish the ride, which ironically enough, was where I intended to put it from the start. There is also no protection for your tube, so all the dirt and muck splash up and make it gross.

>Rating:

Will this fit a fat bike tube