Winter Park, Colorado-based San Util Design just announced a lovely new lace-up frame bag called the Nameless Magnetic Frame Bag. It’s zipper-free and comes in three sizes and an incredible array of 20+ colors and fabrics. Take a closer look here…

Formally launched on Kickstarter by Adam Nicholson around this time last year, San Util Design (@sanutildesign) is a small bikepacking-focused bag maker in Winter Park, Colorado, and his one-person operation has already designed and launched an impressive number of bags. The latest addition to the lineup is the Nameless Magnetic Frame Bag, a zipperless and velco-free partial frame bag that uses a magnetic fidlock closure and a lace-up attachment system.

San Util Design Half Frame Bag

In Adam’s words, the San Util Design Nameless Magnetic Frame Bag is “a great option for people who prioritize clean lines and simple storage solutions.” It has a single top-flap opening, and there are several interior pockets sewn into the bag’s back wall to help keep track of small items such as keys and multi-tools. There are three sizes to fit a range of frames: small (15.5″ x 4″), medium (17″ x 5″), and large (18.25″ x 6″). Perhaps most notably, buyers can choose from a huge variety of colors and fabrics, and the main bag, flap, cord, and webbing can all be customized individually.

  • San Util Design Half Frame Bag
  • San Util Design Half Frame Bag

Pricing starts at $125 for a small bag in your choice of standard colors, and there’s a small upcharge for limited edition colors and larger bags. There’s currently no waiting time for bags, which are made to order. All San Util Design packs and bags are covered by a lifetime warranty against defects in stitching and construction.

You can learn more about the San Util Design Nameless Magnetic Frame Bag over at



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