Dry sacks are the best. The best for a day of drinking in the park, keeping cameras dry, touring, camping, rafting, “fadventuring”, or whatever you can think up. Check out YNOT’s new Six Pack sack the next time you need to keep the wet from the dry and vice versa.
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.”
Man, it’s crazy to think that Helltrack is in its fifth year. I remember when Tom Mosher first starting talking about putting the event together, years back. Here’s a nice recap from YNOT. Looks like a lot of fun!
YNOT continues to roll out their new product for the summer season. Check out these new SWOOP laptop sleeves:
“SWOOP laptop sleeves are now available for 13″-15″ screens. They are durable, secure, and ideal for various bags including our brand new and updated Junction Messenger Bag & Gulper Backpack. Our new Gulper boasts a sleeker design, reinforced backplate, and Aquaguard® Water repellent zippered pocket, and optional waist belt!”
YNOT‘s got some safety straps for your midnight marauding:
“As an intro to our upcoming Night Riders series, we’re really excited to start offering reflective pedal straps! For an additional ten dollars you can have any colour of pedal strap with the reflective YNOT logo, for extra visibility when riding in the wee hours.
Reflective logos are available in black reflective or grey reflective, and are super extra durable! Grab your own pair here, and be sure to select your reflective preference!”
YNOT Cycle threw a contest to name their new bag and the winning caption was “Tuck and Roll”. This lightweight, versatile backpack can literally be folded down and tucked anywhere. With a retail set at $90, it’s a great option for those on a budget. Check out a how-to diagram below and look for these on the YNOT Cycle site.
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