This bag also ripped apart on me!! I was about 30mi in on a ride in Moab (first use!!)... Needless to say it was a pain after all of my tools yardsaled in the sand.
O'Neal Fender Bag [obs]
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I had the Identical experience as Topban the reviewer above. I tried numerous times to save and somehow better the failing fender pack. I used fender washers, sewing it with 20 lb. test fishing line, a extra strap notched through my fender to cinch it down. It was shredded and falling off my bike after just 2 rides. It has a good shape and looks nice when mounted. They need to seriously work on the durability of this product.
During my first ride, two of the rivets broke through the plastic and material. I fixed it by putting large fender washers both inside the pack and below my fender.
On my third day of riding I found the pack had shredded on the seam where the straps are attached. I had to buy an aftermarket strap to hold the pack together without failing. It worked after that.
The pack is a great size and shape. The manufacturer just needs to make the straps attach where the bolts go though (not the weak seam), and include fender washers with it. This pack works, it just needs some aftermarket work to make it usable.
What a well designed fender bag. Has several unique fold out pockets that make this bag so practical yet not bulky.