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MOOSE BICYCLES FRAME BAGS REVIEW

By Jonathan Allen

Last November, Moose asked me to test their prototype of their upcoming bag and I could not say no. Specially when it comes to gear…I am the worst gear wh#$% you will ever meet.

Moose decided to make 2 different bags (the gravel bag and the fat bag) and I must admit that their choice was interesting.

THE TOUGH AF GRAVEL/BIKEPACKING BAG

This bag features a single YKK zippered pocket main pocket that can carry a lot of stuff.I fitted: 3 tubes, tires change tools, co2 cartridge, a water bottle and my wallet and I still had space.
What I also like about this bag is that its easy to securely attach it to the frame with both a downtube and top tube velcro closure and 2 adjustable straps.
I fitted: 3 tubes, tires change tools, co2 cartridge, a water bottle and my wallet and I still had space. It also fits on my bikes like the Cannondale Jekyll 1000, my Rocky mountain gravel bike and my fat bikes. 

THE TOUGH AF FAT BIKE FRAME BAG

This bag is simply incredible, and they thought about everything on this one. It has 3 separated YKK zippered pockets (1 main pocket, 1 medium size pocket, 1 small pocket).
The velcro closure located on the top, side and bottom makes this bag really secure on the frame.
The pocket on the right side of the bag covers the full side of it, so you can carry slimmer items like gloves, beanies, bars or maps.

The small pocket on the left side is perfect to put your keys, wallet or small tools that you can reach easily.
The big pocket on the left side is the biggest one and makes the full bag. You can carry clothes,food, spares tubes and so on. 

IN CONCLUSION

After over 7 months of using these bags while fat biking, mountain biking and gravel biking, I must admit that I am impressed by the quality of construction of the bags and the attention to details. With a price tag of $99.00, it is a good price point for these bags.

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