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    Thanks. Added!

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    Another UK company, Home Page Alpamayo Designs based out of Bath, England. All their stuff is handmade in Peru and is really solid gear. They do custom frame bags as well as a full range of cockpit and seatbags. I'm super happy with my setup!

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    Thanks Rod. Added!

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    Anyone recognizes this large black frame bag?

    http://www.bikepacking.com/wp-conten...iverge_1-4.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by toni31 View Post
    Anyone recognizes this large black frame bag?

    http://www.bikepacking.com/wp-conten...iverge_1-4.jpg
    Specialized burra burra.

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    It does look sexy!

    Is it worth the money or it there anything similarly better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Kimble View Post
    Another UK company, Home Page Alpamayo Designs based out of Bath, England. All their stuff is handmade in Peru and is really solid gear. They do custom frame bags as well as a full range of cockpit and seatbags. I'm super happy with my setup!
    They tend to be out of stock on things, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toni31 View Post
    It does look sexy!

    Is it worth the money or it there anything similarly better?
    I have the burra burra pizza bag, and while the quality is ok, it's not up to the level of my Revelate stuff. The Revelate Tangle is worth looking at as an alternative.

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    This looks cheaper that Burra Burra, at least on the picture.

    https://www.revelatedesigns.com/inde...TangleFrameBag

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    I have had the Revelate Tangle for about 3 years with a couple thousand miles on it and love it. I canít speak to other brands but the Revelate stuff holds up well, I have some of their other bags as well.

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    I have bought tangle and its perfect size for my bike, and the perfect width, not too wide so your knees dont rub. The zips do feel hard to close a bit, at least with one hand but I guess nothing serious.

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    Does anyone make a dropper post friendly bag?

    Cheers,

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    Two more back fabricators

    I would like to add two other brands, which I have had great experience with their products, and both are from Alaska:
    Revelate Designs: Revelate Designs LLC
    Becker Gear:http://www.beckergear.com

    Becker Gear also makes down-tube bags suitable to carry water bottles and Coleman propane canesters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbsnow View Post
    I would like to add two other brands, which I have had great experience with their products, and both are from Alaska:
    Revelate Designs: Revelate Designs LLC
    Becker Gear:http://www.beckergear.com
    Revelate is already on the list (1st one ever added, actually), but I'll add Becker Gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBforlife View Post
    Does anyone make a dropper post friendly bag?

    Cheers,
    We have a new one at Rogue Panda - we're actually giving one away on our Facebook and also on our Instagram page today. And then a preorder sale tomorrow.

    There are also others: Rockgeist, Porcelain Rocket and Bedrock all have dropper bags available. Revelate is purported to be coming out with this spring as well.

    But I do think ours has the best specs, and not just because we made it - it has 8.5 liter capacity, only 5 inches tire clearance required, and weighs in under 10 oz with the dyneema drybag option. And a very durable and stable design.
    Nick Smolinske - Owner/Operator at Rogue Panda Designs
    www.roguepanda.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickSmolinske View Post
    We have a new one at Rogue Panda - we're actually giving one away on our Facebook and also on our Instagram page today. And then a preorder sale tomorrow.

    There are also others: Rockgeist, Porcelain Rocket and Bedrock all have dropper bags available. Revelate is purported to be coming out with this spring as well.

    But I do think ours has the best specs, and not just because we made it - it has 8.5 liter capacity, only 5 inches tire clearance required, and weighs in under 10 oz with the dyneema drybag option. And a very durable and stable design.
    Thank you for the info. I will check out the info

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