Tailfin Aeropack Accessibility
From one of the last rides. Rather fond of the Tailfin Aeropack S. The exchange of the seat post connector from the normal to the extended one proved helpful. Open the big roll top opening and see everything inside the bag. Grab the things you want, while others don’t run the danger of falling out. Simply expand the volume in a wide range. And don’t care about squeezing everything tight and compress it lest a normal seat pack would loose its shape and wag its tail. Cool stuff.
The one thing I’m still have come to terms with: those compression straps. You see them dangling very deep all the way down to the cassette. I completely forgot about them admiring the neat job I did with rolling the roll top closure in a nice way and clipping it shut with the front and back buckle. That there were still two additional straps precariously dangling in my spokes I only just heard clanging just before I wanted to hop on the saddle… That could have ended in a mess. I wonder how best to avoid that. I mean, even the potential of such a mishap occurring. Other than engraving it into ones mind and muscle memory to ensure to always close these after accessing the roll top opening.