Just released, the new Dyed in The Wool Toaster Bag is yet another modern take on the classic top-flap-style saddle bag. Their idea was to create a bag with an easy-access main compartment, three internal pockets, and an additional waterproof pocket on the main flap. The Toaster Bag comes with two removable side pouches, and Molle-style webbing across the sides and front of the bag provide plenty of attachment points for lights, dangle mugs, and trailside finds. Hidden under the main flap is a section of elastic that provides yet another spot to lash down a light jacket or to dry socks out.
The bag comes with two cam lock buckles and a large velcro “pocket” underneath the bag that can be used to secure it to a saddlebag support such as the Carradice Bagman Support or Erlen Saddle Bag Support. Dyed in The Wool also let us know that it can be mounted to a rear rack as well.
The Toaster Bag is made to order in Warsaw, Poland, and can be sewn in X-Pac, Cordura, or Dyneema in a wide range of colours and is offered with or without the two pouches. Here’s a quick breakdown of the different purchasing options and pricing:
- Cordura (with pouches): €190 (~$230 USD)
- X-Pac (with pouches): €220 (~$268 USD)
- Dyneema (with pouches): €350 (~$427 USD)
- Cordura (without pouches): €170 (~$207 USD)
- X-Pac (without pouches): €200 (~$244 USD)
- Dyneema (without pouches): €320 (~$390 USD)
Head over to DyedinTheWool.eu to pick one up for yourself!
If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to check out our saddlebag and rolltop guide, which includes five we’ve personally tested and loads of other useful information.
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