Monster Track is this weekend in NYC and that means there will be a prize bag up for grabs. Not just any prize bag either. Philly’s REload Bags have been sponsoring the event for ten years and each year, their designs just keep getting better and better.
Rather than a messenger bag, Roland went with a Flight Pack. My personal favorite bag in REload’s line.
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!
These are not what you’d expect from a cycling brand for winter head attire and that’s why they rule so much. Who needs Belgian-styled ear flap cycling caps when you can go full blown beanie? Swoop now at REload!
REload‘s REdesigned their cellphone holsters to fit Androids, iPhones and just about every other cell phone on the market. These are made from 1000D CORDURA® and are 5″H x 3.5″W. You can either attach them to the main strap of your bag with Velcro® closure, or you can slide a belt through the vertical loops. Pick one up here.
RELoad is throwing their April Fools event a month and 11 days later this year, on May 12th. This is one event I’ve always wanted to attend. Check out more details and register here. Also, check out the prize bag below.
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