The Rodeo Labs x Exile Designs Fannie Packer is back and better than ever. Designed and manufactured in Colorado, the Fannie Packer 3.0 continues to build on the second iteration that was launched a year ago. Its unique design allows the bag to be used as a comfortable hip pack or as a handlebar bag. Worn on your person, it allows for two bottle sleeves to be accessed, which is perfect for when some extra liquids are needed between resupply, or they can be tucked away into the rear panel of the bag for a sleek bar bag.
The Fannie Packer 3.0 continues to offer the same features that made the original such a hit but has also received some refinements. The bottle pockets are made with a more durable Spandura mesh and are now one-hand adjustable. This makes the pockets more suitable for carrying typical water bottles securely but also allows them to carry smaller items without fear of things falling out or getting lost.
“Another awesome detail is that the fabrics used were selected based on what the Colorado manufacturer/sewer had left-over from other projects,” Rodeo Labs explains. “All are first quality and perfect for use in bike bags, but would normally be passed over in favor of ordering new rolls of fabric for larger production. We like that this was a small way that we could lower the overall waste footprint of this bag when compared to sourcing new fabric and having it made just for this bag. We still use a water-resistant YKK zipper, a wide comfortable hip belt, and all the other niceties every Fannie Packer should have.”
- Capacity: 3.5L
- Material: 600D Packcloth, 1000D Cordura
- Dimensions: 3 x 7 x 11″
- Place of Manufacture: Colorado, USA
- Price: $145 USD
- Manufacturer’s Details: Rodeo-Labs.com
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