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I've spent all kinds of $$ on Chrome, Crumpler, etc. to find the *perfect* bag to ride with.

Turns out all I needed was the free bag from a vendor at Interbike.:rolleyes:

Buy a fancy laser and all the cat wants is a grocery bag to crawl in to.

Its light, holds a change of clothes + flat repair with room to spare. I don't notice the straps and it doesn't heat up my back. I did find out the hard way that its not waterproof though.
 

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We have one of those (free too although labeled "Santana"), those straps really cut into you if you overload it. We use a freebie carabiner to get the straps a little closer together across the chest-seems more comfortable.

Otherwise it really is a fine bag that unloaded will easily fit into a jersey pocket.

Never did think it was waterproof.

Still like my Chrome bag though.
 

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Hairy Palms said:
Ebay is your friend! Got these for 33.10 pl frt.

I think OP's point is that this bag was free, light and carries just enough stuff to commute with.

With those positives, I think it is obvious that this bag does not have a lot of practical features. In other words, I would like to see a gallon of milk in that banana hammock.
 
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