Tangle Frame Bag
2015 updates: Interior pump mount straps, additional padding, secondary divider in left pocket and premimum coated webbing that attachments.
Closeout bags are previous model year - all sales are final.
Tangle™ bags are rectangular-shaped half frame bags. They can be used for everyday riding & commuting, or any adventure big and small.
The main compartment features an exit port for a hydration tube or battery wire, a zippered flat left side pocket holds smaller stuff. Attachment is made with reinforced velcro along the top tube, other mounts are adjustiable with webbing and low profile camlock buckles with strap keepers. All attachment points bartacked for strength.
Tangle's usually leave room for both water bottle mounts. To check, measure the vertical height from the top of the bottle to the top tube and compare with bag height. In some cases you may need to use side entering cages or smaller bottles.
Measure the length under the top tube of your bike and the inside space at the head tube.
Feel free to send an email with sizing questions with these dimensions and a photo of your bike.
Small : Top length 17", front height 1", overall height 4"
Medium: - Top length 19.5", front height 1", overall height 4.5"
Large - Top length 21", 1.5" of length at the head tube. overall height 6"
- 9 oz
- Small - 225 cubic inches Medium - 275 cubic inches Large - 350 cubic inches
- Color Choices:
- -Dimension Polyant Xpac 400 Denier Fabric
-840 denier ballistics fabric around tube sections
-Down tube section padded with closed cell foam
-Beefy construction - all attachment points bartacked, reinforced top velcro flaps .
-White & yellow interior so you can see your stuff
-#8 YKK water resistant main zipper
-Left side flat pocket w/ #5 water resistant zipper
-Adjustable webbing attachments with low profile cam lock buckles.
- Hydration tube / battery wire port near the front of bag.
- Gas tank compatible
-Fits lots of different bikes!
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