Revelate Designs Mountain Feed Bag

Product Code
BT-4004
Brand
Revelate Designs
Price
$49.00
Current Stock
15

The Feed Bag is made with a foam laminated material for structure and features three external pockets; mounts to handlebar stem and has a lower tension strap that wraps around the fork crown; draw string closure. Newly redesigned to be super easy to open one-handed. The bright yellow snap in liner gives you the visibility to see your gel and flips out for easy cleaning.  You’ll find a universal right/left side design.  The bags integrate with Revelate Handlebar systems; simple loop lets you attach the feed bag to the mounting points of either the Harness or the Sling saving valuable handlebar space. Made in the USA. Black.  MSRP.

Weight: 3.7oz : 6 ¼”  Height at stem; Width at stem: 4”: 3” deep.

 


 


Reviews

Average rating: based on 7 reviews.

Nice, but ...

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Reviewed By: KimJ on 10/12/18

This is a nice bag but overpriced for what it is, especially compared to "bento" style or handlebar bags.

So useful, I bought a second one

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Reviewed By: Blaine Snow on 8/14/18

Very useful bags which sit each side of my handlebar post. The dual open/close pulls work well and the side mesh pockets store little things such as energy bars and their used wrappers, small bottles of sunscreen or bug dope, etc. Each bag is just wide enough to fit a 1-liter nalgene bottle.

Handlebar Handy

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Reviewed By: Larry Hodgin on 11/3/17

Use one on each handlebar of our tandem while crossing the country this summer..water bottle with ice stayed cooler longer..munchies found homes in side pockets..great product.

Munch a Bunch

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Reviewed By: Larry Lansdowne on 7/21/14

Okay, I waited quite a while before I got one, then I bought 3, munches, sunglasses, dog spray, stays put, quick access

Really useful bit of kit

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Reviewed By: A customer from Southern Cal on 8/1/12

Holds just the right amount of stuff for a quick ride. You can store food, camera, iphone, wallet, keys, you name it. I like to use one on my roadie on any ride over 30 miles. On the mountain bike I like to use two. They sit on either side of the stem and don't get in the way of anything unlike a Gas Tank or top tube bag that can rub the inner thigh or knee when climbing.

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