Headlands Collection Elwha Pack
We teamed up with our cross-town friends over at Coal Headwear to bring you a collection of bags and hats featuring the artwork of SF illustrator, Chris McNally. The Headlands Collection Elwha Pack is a deep Pacific Ocean blue on the outside and opens to reveal a bright watercolor adventure-scene from our bike-camping trip through the Marin Headlands in California.
The Elwha Pack is equal measures a hip pack and a bicycle handlebar bag. Mounted at the bars of your bicycle, the hip pack straps stow discreetly out of sight, and the bag secures to the bars using a soft-mount webbing system. No racks or metal attachments are necessary. The 2.5 liter pack was built for your essential fly fishing kit, sunscreen, maps, and windbreaker. There are two exterior webbing straps on the base of the Elwha Pack to securely carry your wind breaker or packable fly rod.
The Elwha Pack transitions in moments into a waist bag that’s ready for angling, hiking and trail running. Broad hip supports offer stellar for stability when you’re on the move, and add real-estate for a Sidekick Pouch and modular Rando Pocket for more capacity. Moving on? Break apart the hip pack kit, and you’ve got a handlebar bag and stem bag ready to roll.
- 2.5L, or 155 cubic inches
- 500D Cordura™️
- Print liner
- Spacer Mesh
- Waterproof YKK Zippers
- Breathable spacer mesh backing
- Convertible hip pack design
- MOLLE attachment points on hip pack stabilizers for our Sidekick Pouch
- Waterproof YKK Zipper
- Main pocket has internal zipper and organizing pockets
- Exterior flat pocket
- Gatekeeper clip attachment buckles for fast attachment
A bit more...
The Headlands Collection is a v special project we’ve been working on for the past year with our crosstown amigos @coalheadwear. The collection includes adventure-ready hats & bags all featuring the incredible artwork of @the.scorps patterned throughout the line. Drawn Away, is a rad video of the 4-day gang-ride bike adventure that inspired it all, filmed & edited by @adamjcon.