• Blackhound

    In Montana last year I met a guy who when he returned home was going to design an under the saddle Revelate / Wildcatgear type harness for Ortleib. Wonder if this has been abandoned or put on back burner?

    September 24, 2012
  • Thanks Russ, can always depend on you for the touring down low. I am thinking the Ortlieb handlebar bag would be nice for ridding the continental divide! 🙂

    September 24, 2012
  • Andrew Squirrel

    Yikes, those Axiom modular bags made me cringe! I’m not even part of the minimalist touring trend (I consider myself pretty moderate) but those bags are really going to encourage people to over-pack and ruin their touring experience with a 200 lb setup! Also, just making something modular is really going to complicated the “getting ready in the morning” routine & add all that extra unnecessary weight for buckles, zippers, velcro, straps & redundant material. If you ever need a replacement modular piece down the line and Axiom stops making them it is going to be really annoying dealing with that.

    September 24, 2012
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