Clearance Factory Defect CarryAll Bags Pair (No Warranty)
CarryAll Bags shouldn’t be stored wet for long periods. Remove the lids and hang them inside to dry if you’re riding in the rain a lot. We don’t recommend putting these bags in the washing machine. Instead, spot clean with some mild soap and water as needed.
These CarryAll bags are sold as is and do not come with a warranty.
These CarryAll bags are sold as is and do not come with a warranty. The interior of the waterproofing of the bags may flake over time. Without this lining, the bags will no longer be water resistant.
When the CarryAll bags were first conceived, we aimed to create an eco-friendly alternative to waterproof bags that required the use of PVC. Unfortunately over time, it became clear that the PVC-free waterproof coating in the bags and on the lids was not resilient enough to withstand the ways in which our riders use their bags. For most, this means the waterproof coating would become brittle and start to crack and flake. It seems that riders who live in areas with weather extremes throughout the year experience this flaking effect the most. Please refer to the pictures in the image gallery for examples of what this will look like.
The CarryAll bags have a large compartment, a built in slingset for longer items, and a removable lid for easy access to your gear. The CarryAll bags are approximately 24″ long x 6″ wide x 12″ deep. Note that their overall carrying capacity, however, is much greater, since they have a deployable sling that can be used for larger, bulkier loads. These CarryAll Bags include a buckle-fix kit, so that the FreeLoaders on the left side bag can be cinched down. Once the buckle fix is installed, the bags can not be strapped over the top.
Any EdgeRunner Bike past or present.
A Leap Bolt-On Kit, but you need to use CarryAll VelcroXtension Kit to strap the bags down.
This is not compatible with:
These bags will not fit on a FreeRadical. These bags are not compatible with the X3 WheelSkirts, CargoBay, SlingSet or Hi-Viz lid.
Here is a video that explains how to use the buckle fix: