EVOC has launched its brand new range of on-bike packs for 2020. The brand has teamed up with Boa to develop new and innovative ways of fitting the bags to mountain and gravel bike frames.
EVOC's handlebar pack is one of the two new bags that use the Boa system which promises to provide a better fit to the bars. Both sides of the pack are rollable which helps with waterproofing and allows for the volume of the bag to be adjustable. Thanks to the easy to fit Boa system there is enough room for cable pull. The handlebar pack comes in two sizes, medium or large.
The seatpack is also equipped with the clever Boa technology which allows the bag to be fitted to normal, dropper and aero seatposts. Depending on the choice of side (small, medium or large) this bag can store a spare jersey, jacket or even up to a spare pair of shoes.
The top tube bag uses velcro with rubberized protectors to offer variable adjustment to fit a wider range of tube sizes. It features a pocket specially designed for a power bank with built-in cable ports so you can charge your gadgets on the go.
The multipack is compact and designed to carry multi-tools and spare tubes within its water-resistant and highly abrasion-resistant package. As with the top tube bag, it uses velcro straps with the same rubberized protection to fix to the frame.
All packs are designed to be water and abrasion-resistant. They all come in either carbon grey or 'loam' colourways and will be available from Autumn 2019.
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