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Supacaz
Stasher Storage Container

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Dump your saddle bag and empty your jersey pockets. Items on your back are uncomfortable and saddle bags mess with the bike’s center of gravity. The Stasher from Supacaz makes your ride more enjoyable by putting tools, co2, spare tubes, cash, and credit cards into the ideal place that fits any bottle cage. Wide 63mm opening makes it easy to place and retrieve items from inside. The most high end storage bottle on the market is made in California.

 

Bag Capacity: 50 or less ci 

 

Bag Type: Storage Bottle 

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Fantastic!
by SD Cyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
San Diego
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

For me, this is perfect. I am usually ridding 65 miles or less, using one large water bottle. I leave early and will wear a light jacket when cool in the morning (summer or spring) and stash it in the storage container when it warms up. Also, an energy will also fit with a light jacket or vest, leaving more room in my jersey pockets. Works great with my bottle cage, it is held snug so it does no bounce out. Maybe the typebrand of cage makes the difference, works perfect with mine.

Reviewed 9/5/2018
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Kind of like, doesn't work
by Hornbeam
Cycling Enthusiast
St Pete,FL
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this because I have a 3rd cage under the downtube and the water bottles that you carry there can be pretty disgusting, and I thought I might be able to streamline by emergency supplies. But really this is not any more useable than the disgusting water bottles.

This is not very tall-for reference about half the size of a Camelback Big Chill, but it is slightly bigger in circumference. So 1)you can't fit a lot in it, and 2)it is hardalmost impossible to get out of a water bottle cage because it fits so tight. I can't believe anyone could fit a larger tube in here and have an easy time getting it out if they needed it.

Reviewed 8/31/2018
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