SILCA launches the MATTONE Seat Pack

Ultra Compact Boa Powered Seat Pack

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Amsterdam, 9th of July 2020 - Named after the Italian word for Brick, MATTONE is a water resistant, ultra-compact seat bag which attaches to the seat rails. The seat pack uses the BOA® Closure System and has an unique zipper design that allows it to be accessed while still attached to the bike.

The seat pack is compact yet spacious. It holds a number of things such as one inner tube, one CO2 cartridge and one tire lever. There is even a separate flap for an ID, credit card or cash money. The design is safety-conscious and features a sleek black exterior with reflective graphics on the outside and enhanced visibility with a high contrast red interior for better visibility.

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The BOA® Closure System has an open guide release and firmly secures the seat pack to the seat post. For additional protection and security they have attached a wide Hypalon Retaining Strap. The water resistent YKK Aquaguard® Zipper reduces failure during the wettest conditions and also protects the zipper in dry, dusty conditions (gravel dust). It can be accessed while attached to the bike, but for an even easier access remove the pack from the bike and open it like a book.


SILCA was founded in 1917 by Felice Sacchi outside of Milan, Italy. SILCA was the first company to put gauges on pumps, the first to produce a true ‘high-pressure’ frame pump and the first to work with revolutionary lightweight material plastic after the end of WWII, and later the first to bring CO2 to roadside inflation. Today SILCA is located in Indianapolis, IN where it continues to build iconic products that utilize the finest materials and craftsmanship available.

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