Mission Workshop Introduces Full Line of made in USA Bike bags

Known for high quality, made in USA products and the spin off to Chrome Bags; Mission Workshop launched an awesome range for bike bags for gravel and bike packing use.

Made from super materials and nice design features these are ones not to overlook. Cool colours and of course black 🙂 I haven’t tested these yet, but they are on my shortlist.

See more here https://missionworkshop.com/products/slice-frame-bag

More Details:

Made in the USA from Dimension Polyant X-Pac® fabrics, this three-piece set is compatible with all road, gravel, and commuter bikes and comprises the Toro Handlebar Bag, the Mission Saddle Bag, and the new Slice Frame Bag.

The Slice frame bag is a sleek, streamlined frame bag created to maximize storage without getting in the way of your knees, cables, or water bottles. The Slice is designed to fit perfectly in the front triangle of road and gravel frames and is sized to work alongside two water bottle cages so that you won’t have to sacrifice storage for hydration. As modern cockpits become cluttered with GPS mounts and lights, or maybe the idea of a bar bag and the accompanying Aero drag isn’t appealing, the Slice provides an answer to expanding on bike storage to make carrying all the ride essentials easier. 

Made in the USA from Dimension Polyant X-Pac® fabrics and Hypalon, it is lightweight, highly water resistant, and features YKK Aquaguard zippers on both the main compartment and external pocket to ensure your ride essentials stay dry all day. 

At 96 cubic inches (1.56 L) it is compact but large enough to house larger tools, lunch, or a packable shell. Two internal elastic tool keepers are ideal for Co2 Cartridges, tire levers, or a multi-tool.

Framebag Details:

  • Universal fit for road and gravel bikes
  • YKK Aquaguard Zippers
  • Weather resistant
  • Lightweight
  • Made in USA
  • MSRP $110


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