ILE’s popular Default backpack is now available in durable, black XPAC sailcloth with a clean Coyote brown trim. All of ILE’s bags are made in the Bay Area using the highest standards of construction. Check out more at ILE.
ILE new custom bag option just launched and they’re doing things a bit differently. You can print out a blank bag linesheet and color it in, then scan it in and email it, or simply create your color palette in photoshop. Head over to ILE for more information.
Inside Line Equipment’s saddle bags now come in ultralight XPac material and have a zipper for your credit card, bus pass, train pass and a note. See more at ILE.
Somehow I missed this video from Inside Line Equipment, showcasing their Prime photo bag. Everything this company makes is A+. I’ve had their Photo Mini bag for well over two years and it’s one of my favorite photo bags.
Inside Line Equipment’s lineup of bags keeps growing by practical leaps. Introducing the ILE Apex Day Pack, a backpack simple enough for your day to day use, yet adaptable for when you need it to do a little more. I love the hydration pack integration! See more at Inside Line Equipment.
I always love seeing new product from ILE and these Default XPAC backpacks look great!
“XPAC is manufactured by Dimension Polyants, woven and lamented in Putnam Connecticut, USA. They specialize in racing sails for boats, but also make some great fabrics for bags.
The fabric has a waterproof laminate, as well as our RF Welded vinyl liner roll-top to keep your gear dry.
The bottom features a 1000 Denier Cordura nylon for its unparalleled abrasion resistance. We are using exclusively Acetal/Delrin fasteners and adjusters for their extreme durability. Our finely tuned shoulder straps are padded, and distribute the load evenly. And the strap angles are designed to fit a broad range of size people.”
These lightweight bags are $260 at ILE
There’s nothing worse than having to dig through a bag loaded with a weekend’s supply of clothing, camera equipment, electronics and supplies. ILE’s new Load Cells provide an ultra lightweight solution to that problem and with the new Cyan collection, are sure to provide a bit of color into your portage needs. Check out the full Cyan line at Inside Line Equipment and I can’t wait to see the Load Cells in person!
Blue Lug loves American-made cycling packs and recently, they got in a full stock of ILE Transfer Race Bags. Of course you can buy those from Eric at ILE direct here in the States, I just wanted to give Blue Lug some love for their great photos. See the rest here.
Eric at ILE teamed up with Jeremy and Neil at Cedar Cycling on a run of Cedar Green saddle bags. These easy-to-access bags are made in California and come in either ripstop or green waxed canvas for $40. Pick one up at Cedar and don’t forget to check out their other products here.