Happy Jack Snack Sack
Our new Snack Sack is the perfect place to stuff anything and everything on your handlebars! Fill it with whatever suits your fancy - trail mix, gummy worms, pine cones, cool rocks you find on the trail... the sky's the limit*. The main compartment can hold a 1 liter Nalgene or 16 Snickers bars, and three mesh pockets on the outside provide even more room for quick-access snacks.
Easy One-Handed Closure
Yank the tab to open up the drawstring. Pull the cord to tuck your snacks in for their nap! It's a simple idea, but the devil is in the details - we made dozens of prototypes before settling on the final design, which doesn't rely on shock cord to open and close fully.
Rock Solid Voile Attachment System
Unlike similar bags on the market, the Snack Sack doesn't use a stem strap or a head tube strap! This makes for an easier fit on modern trail bikes with short stems, and it means you can move the bag to make room for a top tube bag - even a monster like our Alamogordo. The Snack Sack attaches to your bars and fork crown with 3 Voile Nano Straps for an ultra-secure ride.
|Volume (liters)||1 liter (main compartment)|
|Volume (full-size Snickers)||22 (16 in main compartment, 6 in mesh pockets)|
Bottle Bucket vs Snack Sack - Help Me Decide!
Trying to decide between our Bismarck Bottle Bucket and the Snack Sack? We recommend the Bismarck if you want a bag to carry a water bottle - it has the easy convenience of a built-in bottle cage. If you don't want to carry a bottle all the time, get the Snack Sack instead. Or, get one of each and have the best of both worlds! Hydration on one side and nutrition on the other.
Behind the Name
All of our bags are named after sections of the Arizona Trail, which runs within a mile of our workshop in Flagstaff.
The Happy Jack passage of the AZT runs through our home pine forest on the Coconino Plateau. We couldn't resist using it's name for a bag and this was the perfect opportunity!
*Please collect rocks responsibly, from areas where collection is allowed.