YNOT introduces a new bag to their Pro Series line, the Mongoose:
“The MONGOOSE is part of the YNOT Pro-Series cycling bag line. It has all the features of our basic single-strap messenger bags but with additional pockets and an X-strap to spread the load. This bag is made to work hard, with reinforced corners and increased carrying capacity. The back pad acts as an additional pocket and can be removed to be washed. The separated floating liner protects your goods and keeps them dry, while the zippered details pocket keeps your smaller goods organized and secure.”
Blue Lug loves American-made cycling packs and recently, they got in a full stock of ILE Transfer Race Bags. Of course you can buy those from Eric at ILE direct here in the States, I just wanted to give Blue Lug some love for their great photos. See the rest here.
I love photo bags and I’ve used a ton. They all have their strengths and their weaknesses but I keep coming back to one in particular. The Incase DSLR Pro Pack definitely has shorcomings but overall, I’ve put it to the test over the past six months and traveled with it all over the world.
Take a look through the slideshow photos in the Gallery and check out my review below.
Jon from Two Tone ATL has teamed up with Atlanta-based Alter Manufacturing to make a run of musette bags. Head over to swoop and see Jon’s discount code.
Tom Briggs from Skitch made this rad video for Inside Line Equipment, showcasing their MKiii DSLR bag.
When Kyle first made his Save the Track Bike! buttons for the 2010 NAHBS, I doubt he thought it’d take off like it has. For 2013, he’s working on a few STTB products and while I was in LA, I took a few photos of them. The kit looks great and the musette ain’t too shabby either. More info to come…
I missed posting this one when I was sick last week, but I’ve gotta support the homies at Burro! Nice one Zane.
In what seems to be a match made in heaven, Geekhouse and REload teamed up to design a medium Flight Pack. Rather than going all in with the razzle dazzle, they kept it simple, with two accents on the side pockets. Flight Packs are the perfect size for a race-day pack, or even a daily use backpack, so pick one up here!
Eric at ILE teamed up with Jeremy and Neil at Cedar Cycling on a run of Cedar Green saddle bags. These easy-to-access bags are made in California and come in either ripstop or green waxed canvas for $40. Pick one up at Cedar and don’t forget to check out their other products here.
At the 2012 Philly Bike Expo, one brand I was looking forward to meeting the most was Swift Industries. Their small, yet productive workshop puts out some of the best looking touring bags out there. From small to large panniers, saddle bags, rando bags and even Cetma porteur bags, their entire line screams functionality with personality. Rather than try to photograph the bags inside the convention, I rolled it outside.
These bags are all made by hand in Seattle, Washington and are fully customizable. Check out more below!