After years of dealing with cheap "Nashformance" cages, I bought a couple of these to go with a new Vaya that I purchased. I couldn't be happier. They are a bit heavier than most, but are pretty much indestructible. I love this cage design because I can fit other non-standard bottles/containers into it with no problem.
Works for: Touring, Road Bike, Cyclocross, Road Riding, Mountain Biking
March 07, 2012
reviewed by: tanslacks
These cages GRIP. That is what a cage should do and these do it very well.
I have never been a weight weenie, but I do by the lightest components I can afford. Water bottle cages need to hold your bottle .... period. Many many hours of single track and I never have to look down to see if my water bottle is still there.
Works for: Touring, Road Bike, Cyclocross, Road Riding
June 13, 2011
reviewed by: A Guest
Want to lose substantial weight with a water bottle cage? You can lose over 58 grams with an expensive carbon bottle cage!
How? Those things eject water bottles at an alarming rate!
Save money and your water with these Salsa cages. These Salsa cages will grip your bottles tight, and will for years to come. Sure they weigh a few grams more, but the reliability of keeping your bottles through potholes, railroad tracks, gravel and cobbles is well worth it!
Works for: Cyclocross, Mountain Biking, Road Bike, Touring
September 25, 2018
reviewed by: A Guest
I've been looking for a cage that would fit my 36oz. Yeti Rambler and was not having any luck. I found several that would fit a Klean Canteen, but the Yeti is just a hair larger and didn't want to risk getting my bottle jammed in there and damaging it trying to get it out. I bought this thinking that being stainless steel and two arms, I could bend it out enough to get the bottle in safely. Worst case scenario I'm out ~$25 and right back where I started. A couple hundred miles with it so far and it's holding steady. There is some vibration noise when the bottle is full and I go over rough trails, but I'm also not using the cage as intended so I don't fault the cage at all for that. Even when full I haven't had it pop out. I'm sure this review won't really apply to many other people, but it definitely fit the bill for what I was looking for.