Saddle Bag – £89.99They started prototyping their saddle bag one and a half years ago, testing, tuning and tinkering to make the best possible product. After 25 prototypes, changing shapes, designs and sourcing materials, the Carry Everything Saddle Bag was born. Nathan stated that “we didn’t want to release a generic saddle bag,” and that statement holds true with the paracord holster design. While many bikepacking manufactures are using lightweight fabrics, Restrap went with a heavy duty military grade Cordura to ensure the bag is built to last.
Bar Bag – £54.99Similar to there saddle bag, the Restrap Bar Bag is a holster system that carries a 8-13 liter dry bag (not included.) This system is made for easy installation and removal of your dry bags and contents without unstrapping the entire bag from your handlebars. The holster bag was also well thought out as Restrap made sure the bag would function with ridge and suspension forks as well as a variety of different bikes, which Nathan said was not easy to design. Like the saddle bag, the bar bag is also made up of a 1000D military-grade Cordura and nylon webbing for durability and ease of use. It also comes with a unique magnetic attachment point for the food pouch – a bar bag add on.
Frame Bags – £39.99 to £59.99The final piece of the Carry Everything product line is their frame bags. Three different sized bags are available to make sure the proper bag fits your bike. Each bag is made out of a 1000D Cordura outer and VX21 fabrics including waterproof zippers. Rubberized Velcro straps provide a snug and secure fit while minimizing wear on your frame. The bag also comes with an internal mesh pocket and dynamo cable slot to accommodate the popular generator hubs.
Restrap started to ship their first batch of #CarryEverything Bags world wide last week, to order yours head over to their Website. Stay tuned for a full review.