Farewell is a one-person operation based out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Owned and operated by Eric Puckett, Farewell has been producing bags since 2019. Farewell’s lineup includes everything from tiny zippered pouches to handlebar rolls and stem bags—the majority of which are made-to-order and customizable in some way. Dropping today, the latest offering is a handlebar bag based on the smaller Atalaya bag but with some promising updates inspired by customer feedback.
Atalaya Plus Plus is a multi-purpose rectangular handlebar bag designed to carry ride essentials right at your fingertips. It features a top-access zippered opening, multiple webbing daisy chain attachment points, and an internal sleeve pocket and divider. The main compartment offers 7L of storage, and you can add stretchy pockets on either end of the bag for stashing smaller items.
There’s an additional zippered pocket out front, the color of which is specified upon ordering, but for this first run, the main exterior will be a Black Multicam X50 fabric. The brightly colored liner is made from X-Pac RVX25, and you can add an optional shock cord section to the bottom of the bag for lashing gear. The Atalaya Plus Plus weighs ~283g depending on the fabrics used.
Preorders are opening today at noon MST over at ThisIsFarewell.com and pricing starts at $155 USD.
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