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featuring carbon fiber side panels

dual compartment frame bag

Map Case from Phantom Pack
Map Case from Phantom Pack
Rough Ride Handlebar Bag by Phantom Pack
Rough Ride Handlebar Bag by Phantom Pack
S.I.C Sack seat bag from Phantom Pack Systems
S.I.C Sack seat bag from Phantom Pack Systems
Top Tube Tanker
Tank bag from Phantom Pack Systems








Hello to all,Up for review is My line of Phantom Pack bike packing gear,Quality hand made product designed and tested on the East coast of Canada,Made to withstand the harsh conditions often found in coastal regions.

Phantom Pack Systems Features;

-All products are constructed with industrial marine grade
 thread tex 135/207 for long service life
-Hypalon,1000 d Cordura,Dimension Polyant X-pac Vx-21 sailcloth,Tuff -Tek,Semi rigid carbon fiber/Kevlar carbon weaved materials.

-All products made in small batches,Or built to order,Attention to detail is always a priority.-Reasonable pricing and combined shipping available.

Please visit for more info.Thanks

Comments (11)

Cleaveland MountaineeringAugust 6th, 2011 at 8:21 am

The name reminds me of Boeing Phantom Works, their recent counterpart to Lockheed Martin’s famous Skunkworks. So, does your stuff come with a stealth radar absorbent coating to minimize one’s radar signature?
Looks good.

DaveDividedAugust 14th, 2011 at 9:34 am

These look like about the best seat bags that I have ever seen. Kinda spendy though!

MarkmywordAugust 28th, 2011 at 8:01 am

These look nice. I don’t like the “Phantom Pack” script on everything. Dude needs a logo in the worst way.

Red Rock GirlOctober 13th, 2011 at 9:44 am

Awesome gear Tim! Thanks!!

PhilDecember 13th, 2011 at 12:49 am

Just received my bags from Tim; the craftmanship and attention to detail is awesome! Can’t wait to get out in the woods and try them out! Will report back when I do.

Designer BagmanDecember 18th, 2011 at 9:09 pm

A bit like packing up the Harley for a long cross country trip. I’m sure these bags will be a blessing
for those riding in harsh conditons, considering how customizable and durable sailcloth bags can be.

TomDecember 24th, 2011 at 11:45 pm

Every piece of Phantom Kit I have used has held up to my abuse with no issues…. Will gladly recommend it!

T. WestMarch 9th, 2012 at 11:27 pm

Thanks Tim…. The frame bag you made for my 2012 Stumpjumper Comp ROCKS! Love it.. Fits like a glove! Great workmanship! Also love my handlebar bag… Taking both of these on the divide with me! Thanks again Tim.. I would highly recommend these bags for anyone that is into bikepacking!

TobyGaddMarch 10th, 2012 at 1:04 pm

I just received my custom frame bag from Tim, and I am blown away. The construction quality is incredible–so much attention to detail, such as zipper-pull covers, reinforced stress points, carbon fiber side panels, etc. A perfect fit, and actually much lighter than I expected. Very simply, this is the one of the best pieces of gear that I’ve ever purchased–and an awesome deal at any price.

I’ve also got some gear from the “big” names in bikepacking gear, and Tim’s stuff is even better.

For those who aren’t into the default color scheme of the gear photographed above, Tim will let you choose your own colors. I went with all-black, and it looks GREAT!

Tom WJune 14th, 2013 at 12:59 am

I have the seat bag, bar bag and a custom frame bag from Tim and I agree with everyone that the gear is top quality and you will have no issues. Customer service was great for me as well!

DTNApril 4th, 2014 at 3:47 pm

I have a frame bag and overall it is decent. The attention to detail in my particular bag isn’t great. The zipper pulls did not last the first week and the zipper garages have also pulled out. The biggest issue is the velcro used to attach the bag to the bike. The hook side has become about half bald, and now doesn’t stick together anymore. Decent bag though, but for the price, other options might be better.

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