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Product: Ballard’s Bum Bag Tool Pack

7 months ago

It’s the one thing that every enduro rider should carry out on the trails. We all seem to rely on that one friend who always carries the tools because you don’t want to carry a heavy bag around all day. Geoff Ballard of Ballard’s Offroad has come up with the perfect bum bag/tool pack that is comfortable, compact and can hold all the essential tools and more without being a burden to carry with you out on your rides. You never know when carrying around some simple tools could save your arse out in the bush.

The Ballards Bum Bag Tool Pack was developed over years of testing, including the ISDE, and was designed to be a great all-rounder in terms of comfort, function and versatility when worn on either the front or rear. Opening the main compartment allows plenty of elasticised sections for even the most serious selection of trail tools, plus there’s a large clear zippered map section and a small clear zip pocket for easy-to-lose stuff. Additionally, there is a key-holder and another large front pocket that’ll even fit a spare pair of gloves and goggles. Broad hip supports help spread the bag’s load and join a strong full adjustable (28-48” waist) belt and buckle system plus house two extra-small pockets for odds and ends. For safety and security, an ‘ENDO Info’ card/pouch is provided to cover name/contact +Phone, Allergies and Blood Type.

  • ISDE Tested
  • Fits 28-48″ waist
  • Large enough to fit all the tools and accessories you will need on a trail ride or enduro
  • Name card supplied to fill out – incase of emergency

Price

The Ballard’s Bum Bag Tool Pack is available to purchase from MXstore for $49.95 AUD. MXstore offers free shipping on all orders over $20, and if you get your order in before 2pm on a weekday, it will be dispatched that day, meaning you’ll receive it as quickly as possible.

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