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Angry Lane Pacsafe Bags pack in good looks and security

Hong Kong based brand Angry Lane – known for their high-end leather jackets and one-of-a-kind custom motorcycles – are partnering up with Pacsafe to bring two new bags to market.

Launching on Kickstarter today (17.08.17) the ‘Ultimate Riding Bags’ Backpack and Helmet Bag will feature Pacsafe’s patented anti-theft tech, wrapped up in Angry Lanes’ premium materials. Co-­founder of Angry Lane Guillaume Barras explained,

“We wanted to do a helmet bag especially, because we hate carrying our helmets around with us, but if you just leave it on your bike it might not be there when you get back.
The backpack is the same idea. With both of these you can go out anywhere, knowing your gear is going to stay where you left it.”

Using Pacsafe® bags existing designs as the starting point, Angry Lane added their design flair and added extra motorcycle-specific features like custom shaped straps, webbing to clip on extra gear, reflective logos for safety, weather­sealed materials for riding in the wet and Velcro tabs to stop any straps from flapping in the wind.

Each bag is finished off with their signature vegetable-­tanned leather badging, found on their apparel and accessories collections.

Both Guillaume and his brother – and fellow company founder – Benoit say the decision to crowdfund the new project came from their desire to have their customer base involved in every step of the process. Guillaume said: “At Angry Lane we are very close to our customers. We decided to reach out to them directly to help us bring these two bags to market.
Everyone who saw the initial prototype bags wanted one and by crowdfunding this project we believe we can reach way more people with a great product and a great deal. We also can let people join us in the opportunity to come along on this ride” says co-founder Guillaume Barras.

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Bag specs below for all you tech geeks out there.

For more information and to pre-order, visit AngryLane.com

Rider Daypack

Features:

  • 360o eXomesh® Locking System
  • Custom shaped shoulder straps for riding comfort
  • Built-in rain cover with reflective logo
  • Easy access, removable phone pocket
  • RFIDsafeTM blocking internal pocket
  • Skateboard carrying straps
  • Military Style webbing system to attach extra gear
  • Anti-flap Velcro strap ties
  • Angry Lane® – Technology by Pacsafe® signature leather badging
  • 15 Liters Capacity
  • TSA Approved 3 digits padlock included
  • 5 Years Pacsafe Warranty

 

Helmet Safe Bag

Features:

  • 360o eXomesh® Locking System
  • Fits any helmet, even MX helmets
  • Soft microfiber lining
  • Water-resistant seam taping
  • Water-resistant storage pouch
  • Angry Lane® – Technology by Pacsafe® signature leather badging
  • 22cm x 11cm diam. when packed away
  • TSA Approved 3 digits padlock included
  • 5 Years Pacsafe Warranty

And – of course – check out their Kickstarter page.

8 Comments

8 Comments

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    P.N.Pontikos

    August 17, 2017 at 11:58

    @Pacsafe interesting, is it waterproof?

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    benkei

    August 17, 2017 at 12:20

    @Pacsafe They say it is. I like the idea and backed it with the combo offer… Thanks … https://t.co/1iBKdwXWLv

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    Ross Thomson

    August 17, 2017 at 12:34

    @Pacsafe I have a pacsafe backpack and take it whenever travelling
    (wife also has a pacsafe handbag… https://t.co/tPowhRRRsG

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    Angry Lane

    August 17, 2017 at 12:56

    Thank you MotoFire !

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    MotoFire

    August 17, 2017 at 20:15

    You’re welcome!

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    Guillaume

    August 18, 2017 at 01:35

    It is not 100% waterproof, otherwise it would need to be in some kind of plastic welded materials. The outer layer and inner layer are water resistant, and there is a highly water resistant rain cover that can be deployed as you can see in an animated GIF on the Kickstarter page https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/angrylane/the-ultimate-riding-bags-keeping-your-gear-safe?ref=created_projects

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    Guillaume

    August 18, 2017 at 01:36

    Thank you for your support!

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    Maxx, Jr.

    August 20, 2017 at 17:09

    It would be a great bag if it did not require the use of a rain cover. At the current price point it is worth considering..

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