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The Lezyne Energy Caddy is a compact nutritional bag made of EVA foam molded sides with a durable nylon cover, and three Velcro straps that attach it securely to the top tube. The elastic mid section expands to accommodate a wide variety of contents while the mesh velcro cover keeps items in place and provides quick access while riding. Ideal for energy gels, energy bars and small multi-tool or mobile device.
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Easy to install and enough room to pack snacks for a 4 hour bike ride.
The bag is made of a neoprene-type material and looks nice on the bike (nice design). However, I took the large model and really it isn't large at all (I'm left wondering what the small would be like). There's room for little more than a few nutrition bars and my keys. Still, good value for the price.
I like the shape, but I think internal space is compromised because of this - I've seen others in a similar price range that are bigger. That said, I got 2 bars and 3 gels in, and probably could have got more if I'd tried. You need to take a bit of time/care with the straps too - I didn't and it flapped around a bit, rubbing on the inside of my knees when out of the saddle.