The Viscacha (vis-KA-cha) does it all. Take it on the Great Divide Route, the Iditarod trail, or overnight bikepacking trips.
The roll down opening allows the bag to easily expand or compress in volume. A removable internal compression strap aids in packing and closure, single seat post gripper wrap attachments give a super stable attachment. High density foam stiffens up the seat post connection and a flexable plastic bottom sheet adds support along the bags length.
Carbon seatpost friendly
Sizing: You need a minimum of 8" clearance from saddle rails to top of tire. Minimum length of exposed seat post is 5" Note: If you run your saddle all the way foreword on the rails the bag will rise above the saddle in the back due to the sharper angle between the seat post and saddle attachment.
Dimension Polyant 200 denier fabric with reinforcements
Plastic HD bottom sheet and high density foam inserts
Removable internal compression strap
6-14 liter capacity
DESIGN UPDATE: This is the updated version with new saddle attachments that allow for better adjustments with different saddle positions, new sid compression hardware that makes it easier to tighten while riding, and a single seatpost, anti-slip strap.
Polyant 200D Fabric
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asked by: a guest Is this waterproof? Does it also connect to the saddle rails?
anwered by: canteau The Revelate Designs Viscacha is water resistant but not totally waterproof. If you need a seatpack that is completely waterproof the Revelate Designs Terrapin is going to be a better solution.
The Revelate Designs Viscacha and Terrapin both connect to your bike at the saddle rail and the seatpost.
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