The ultimate seat bag; a versatile, and easy to use solution; Fit for the first time bikepacker, or seasoned back country adventurer. The Dump Tank comprises of three main components which will have your back when the weather turns bad and the trail gets rough.
The Aluminium Frame - The frame attaches to your saddle and seat post via cable ties, a foolproof attachment method that is strong and reliable.
The Harness - The lightweight Harness maintains the stiffness provided by the rigid aluminium frame and creates structure to the bag. This provides a "tail-wag" free platform for carrying. The harness also keeps the bag securely away from your frame and seat post; perfect for dropper post-equipped bikes.
The Dry Bag - The HF welded waterproof dry bag keeps your contents dry and secure and slips right into the harness system. One clip removal makes it easy to remove the entire drybag and its contents from your bike, without removing the supporting frame and harness.
The combination of the above components creates a solution which is both very strong and easy to use. The stiff aluminium and lightweight polypropylene structures keeps movement to a minimum and weight low. The multiple attachments on the frame mean it will fit most saddles and seat posts, including dropper posts.
Max volume of the Custom Drybag is 9L. But this doesn't stop you from shoving a jacket, a pair of jandals, and an extra stash of OSM's under the strap.
- HF Welded 9L dry bag included
- 2mm Laser cut 6061 Aluminium frame
- 500D Cordura harness reinforced with Polypropylene sheet
- Tough NZ made webbing and binding
- Total system weight of just 490g
- Made in New Zealand
- Designed to work with most seatposts and saddles
- Supplied with 25 250x5mm black cable ties for attaching the frame
Q. Will work with carbon railed saddles?
A. I have not tested this and would probably not recommend it.
Q. Will the Dump Tank work with dropper posts?
A. Yes. However, the last 20-40mm of travel will not be able to be used. Remember to ensure you have enough bag to tyre clearance. Make sure to test with all the air out of the shock if using on a bike with rear suspension.