When you want to carry just a little more than your jersey pockets will allow and the idea of having a backpack on just isn’t cutting it, pack bags are great alternatives. With more and more companies breaking into the market, Blue Lug Japan is supporting their local manufacturers, Fairweather.
I have to admit, these are the nicest looking pack saddle bags I’ve seen so far. I really like the easy-to-access top velcro pocket. I know Marty at Geekhouse has been loving his for weekend trips. See more photos at the Blue Lug Flickr and pick one up at Blue Lug.
One of my favorite shops is carrying one of my favorite bag makers. Blue Lug in Japan now has Swift Industries’ full line in stock at their shop. The Polaris Porteur is such a rad bag. Check out more great photos at the Blue Lug Flickr.
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.
Blue Lug just loves Archive Bags and I’m sure Victor loves seeing his products over in Japan. If you’re looking for a new bag and you’re in Japan, check these out!
There’s a lotta ‘Mericuh in these two photos, all the way in Japan at Blue Lug, the purveyors of all that is fine in this cycling world. Their latest acquisition (for sale) is this custom Cielo cross, loaded with Chris King and Paul components. I love me some mango! Check out more at Blue Lug’s Flickr.
Blu Lug got a look (and stock apparently) of SWRVE‘s newest offering, their limited edition indigo shorts. I always appreciate Blue Lug’s product photos, so check more out here at their Flickr.
I’m way into this build that Blue Lug compiled for their Hunter Cycles cross frame. Check out more details here, at the Blue Lug Flickr!
Oh man, this is great. Blue Lug does it again! Thanks for the heads up Tracko.