INTRODUCING: The Gräventyr Gravel Bar Bag: olive *2020 pre-launch*
Yeah, we made a gravel bar bag. Because we ride gravel. And we love it ~ we hope you do too.
Designed specifically to meet the needs of a gravel rider who rides for leisure, adventure, and at events.
Because sometimes you need to bring more with when you ride gravel, we made the gräventyr gravel bar bag to partner with our Seat Rollio Underseat Bag.
This bag is compact with all the pockets for all the needs: specifically ~ your phone, 2 gravel tubes, 2 CO2 cartridges, tire levers, multi-tool, master link combo pliers, and a little something extra (chapstick anyone?).
Detachable and adjustable velcro handlebar straps designed specifically to give you some leeway on your bars.
We chose 1000 Denier Nylon material, as opposed to our standard Cotton Duck, because gräventyr bags need to stand up to a bit more dirt, tougher use and cleaning.
We also did away with using plastic structure material in this bag so that it can contour to your cockpit zone.
Additional attachment point strap at back bottom of bag loops around your head tube and cinches tight with a cord lock for added bag stability.
2020 Pre-batch release. *We have also made prototype bags in Smoke (pictures included here) that we will also be releasing when we are able to release our batch.
Designed in Minneapolis, MN USA by äventyr
Handcrafted in Minneapolis, MN USA by DeAnn, Owner + Creative Director + Sewer at äventyr
Dimensions Closed and filled (approximate): 9.5 x 3.5 x 4 in. (l x w x h)
*tools pictured not included with purchase
Exterior: 1000 Denier Nylon and Trexx Vinyl
Front Tool Pocket: 840 Denier Coated Ballistic Nylon with Durable Water Repellent Finish
Interior: 420 Denier 100% Nylon with Durable Water Repellent Finish
100% Nylon Straps with velcro
100% Nylon Cord with plastic cord lock
YKK Nylon Zipper and Metal Zipper pull (with added nylon pull cord).
Care: Wipe clean with a damp white cloth.
*If you are afraid of any abrasion on your frame, we recommend you purchase frame saver tape from your local bike shop.