Piggy Saddle Case
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A simple and effective combination of the Piggy Zip Case and a custom silicone-backed strap allowing it to be strapped to saddle rails.
- Room to accommodate all your ride essentials.
- Silicone coated cinch strap compresses the case and grips whatever* you mount it to. Eliminating movement and rattles.
- YKK Aquaguard zip.
- Magenta lining
- Zip pull for use with gloves.
- 300d Nylon waterproof fabric with PU coating.
- Super tough & grippy Hypalon base and top strap.
- Inner pocket for small items.
- Weight 50g
- 0.3L: 100x40x65mm
*Keep It Simple Stupid
0.3L Option due back in stock January '23
Typical contents 0.5L: 2x standard road tubes, multi-tool, tyre levers, CO2 canister inflator, stick on tube patches.
1x lightweight 29er tube, multi-tool, tyre levers (100mm long), tubeless repair kit.
Typical contents 0.3L:
1x standard road tubes, small multi-tool, tyre levers, stick on tube patches.
Multi-tool, tyre levers (100mm long), tubeless repair kit.
These are not exact capacities as tubes and tools vary. And, we need to say this, but cage, tube, and tools are shown for illustrative purposes only and are not included.
“Overall, as simple as the saddle bag is, 76 Projects has really focused on the details that make the difference. It’s a great shape and just works really well while coming in at a decent price.— ROAD.CC
Fits behind the rail-mounted rear light. It holds a 1-700x25 tube, 2 Park Tool levers, small multi-tool, patch kit, and a motorcycle helmet lock (for the bike) with a tiny bit of room left over. On the first ride, the Piggy slipped through the straps but once tightened seems to be solidly in place.
It's been hanging under my seat for only 2 weeks on several long mtb rides. Haven't had it tested in the rain yet. It hasn't affected the use of my dropper post.
The Piggy saddle case 0.5ltr is large enough to hold 2 spare tubes or alternatively, 1 tube, 1 multi-tool and tyre levers.
The velcro strap makes sure that the Piggy won't fall off, however my strap has developed a tear after very limited use.
I'm not sure whether this is down to me over-tightening the strap on the saddle rails or if is a design issue.
Either way, I have replaced the Piggy after less than a months use.
Hi Darren, the strap should definitely not tear with the forces required to cinch the zip case down. Will send you a replacement.
Great pouch, fits snuggly under saddle. I get two tubes, levers, multi tool and CO2 in on a snug fir, perfect for all my needs
I'm happy with this saddle bag. The bag slipped out of the strap a couple of times so adjusted how it was fitted hasn't happened since.