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    Seat bag

    Been trying not to get one, but between all the first aid and tools I carry, it would be smart to get one.

    I was looking at the fox micro? Any other suggestions? Would like to keep it less then $25.

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    i have a coulpe different sizes of Jaand bags. depends on the ride im going on as to which one i take

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    I just want one to keep some tools, a tube, and a pump.

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    I tried the Fox branded bags and didn't like them. I now have a Specialized branded bag. Good stuff comparatively.

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    I have a Topeak Aero Wedge, medium size (I think). Overall, I'm happy with it. IIRC, it was around $20. It comes in two versions, one with straps that go around the frame rails and one with a plastic clip that snaps under the seat. I got the strap version because the clip looks like something that'll break after awhile.

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    I like Nashbar's small saddle bag. Holds a tube, small pump and other stuff.


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    I have an novara under-seat.

    Novara Medium Seat Bag at REI.com

    Holds a tube, tire levers, multitool, patch-kit, hand-wipes (I like keeping my fingers clean in my gloves), and powerlinks without issue. Could probably fit more stuff in there, but not much. If you wanted a first-aid kit in there, it would either need to be super-tiny, or skip the tube.

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    If money is an issue and you aren't in a hurry, order one off eBay from China. I have one sort of like this and it is fine. About $5 delivered.

    Bicycle Bike Wedge Pack Saddle Pouch Under Seat Bag | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisF View Post
    If money is an issue and you aren't in a hurry, order one off eBay from China. I have one sort of like this and it is fine. About $5 delivered.

    Bicycle Bike Wedge Pack Saddle Pouch Under Seat Bag | eBay
    Wow that's perfect! I'll try it out thanks!

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    I use and would have no problems recommending getting the Topeak aero wedge bag (medium). Plenty of room, nice fit, and the reflective strip on the back can actually be seen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 79ford View Post
    I use and would have no problems recommending getting the Topeak aero wedge bag (medium). Plenty of room, nice fit, and the reflective strip on the back can actually be seen!
    I actually ended up with this one. I put a tube, tire tools, and a basic multi tool in it. Didn't even have to expand it!

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