Announced today as part of UK brand’s new Travel Range, the 6L Restrap Utility Hip Pack is a versatile bag that doubles as a hip pack or handlebar bag thanks to its clever folding back panel that allows the waist straps to be tucked away. It features a roll-top closure with a magnetic Fidlock buckle that reveals a fully waterproof internal compartment with a high-vis orange liner. Reflective detailing helps you be seen, and stretchy side pockets increase its capacity and facilitate quick access to things like snacks and tools.
In bum bag mode, the fully vegan Utility Hip Pack has an adjustable retention system to allow for a snug and personalized fit for a wide range of riders with 24″ to 54″ waist sizes. Used in handlebar bag mode, it attaches via two included Restrap Fast Straps around the handlebars and a cord around the headtube. The bag measures 240 millimeters (9.4 inches) across, enabling it to fit on most bars without interfering with the controls.
The Utility Hip Pack is made in the UK, and as with all Restrap products, it comes with a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. It’s available in black or white, weighs 361 grams, and is priced at $142.99 in the US market. You can find complete details or pick one up over at Restrap.com.
Restrap Rolltop Backpacks
Rounding out the new Travel Range, Restrap also announced a pair of waterproof backpacks this morning. The 22L and 40L backpacks are both made from hardwearing TPU outer material and feature orange nylon lining and airmesh back and shoulder straps. They’re built with a roll-top design with a Fidlock magnetic buckle, a MOLLE system, Hypalon detailing, side compression straps, waist and chest retention straps, and an internal key clip. Both have side-access laptop compartments. The 40L bag will fit up to a 15″ laptop, and the 22L bag fits a 14″ laptop.
As with the Utility Hip Pack, they’re available in black or white and come covered by Restrap’s lifetime warranty. The 22L bag costs $277.99 and the 40L size is priced at $314.99. You can find details on both at Restrap.com.
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