Organise that heap of small(ish) disorganised things inside your bag into neatly color coordinated groups with the help of Many Things Containers! These pouches work great on a big dayride to organise that pile of loose items you tossed in your handlebar bag, the many different small things you bring when out on a bikepacking adventure, all the thingies you bring when going to the office, the mess in your daypack when out on non-cycling related adventures (those happen too) or anywhere else that needs some colorfull organisation!
These organisers work best when used in a group. Get a few in different colors to color coordinate your items inside your bag. Because they are happiest together you get a 10% off discount when buying 3!(automatically calculated at checkout). This way you can really enjoy the benefits of these organisers.
Fun fact: When I was out on my cycling adventure in South-East Asia I used a series of different colored dry bags to sort my casual clothing, sports clothing, electronics and cooking kit. This way I could find the right group of items just by finding the corresponding colored bags!
A square shaped MTC measures about 10x9x3,5cm and weighs about 10 grams.
A rectangular shaped MTC measures about 15x9x3cm and weighs about 13 grams.
The Many Things Container is made to fit perfectly inside a Glove Box or Bento Box so you can bring these organisers on all your rides!
Ripstop is a fabric type that uses a heavier thread woven into the lighter main fabric (often using a square pattern) to create strength and tear protection. The main idea behind ripstop is all in the name; When a hole or tear appears in the lighter weight 'main fabric' the heavier weight should be able to contain the 'rip' to a small area preventing the fabric panel from complete failure.
Please note that Ripstop is not very abrasion resistant resulting in pointy or very heavy items wearing trough the fabric quite quickly. Best is to store these in a heavier duty organiser. The ripstop fabric by itself is waterproof but de zipper and seams are not! Store these items in a ziplock bag or drybag to keep them safe.
The need for a set of pouches like these arose when I needed a small toiletry bag for my bikepacking adventures. After a few rounds of prototyping I settled on this design and two sizes. After using and testing them for a while I quickly figured out these are much more than what they initially were designed for.
Just like all the other products the Many Things Container is 100% handmade in the Studio. The ripstop fabric is cut with our laser cutter for super accurate cuts. The laser beam sears the edges during the cutting process preventing the fabric from fraying.