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Backpacks Ortlieb Barista - 1097913 by Ortlieb

Item description: This Other Ortlieb product is by Ortlieb - Bags BackPacks Ortlieb Barista. Urban, classic, exclusive. Matching this description - and today's lifestyle bikes - is ORTLIEB's Barista handlebar bag. This urban-velo styled bag features tough PU laminated nylon with leather contrast details. Stylish and 100% waterproof. This bag offers space for smart phone, keys, papers etc. An internal organizer with key snap hook, zippered pocket, pen slot and two pockets keeps things in place. The convenient magnetic flap allows quick and quiet access.The magnets close automatically and safely, and prevent accidental opening during biking. Once unclipped from the handlebar, Barista becomes a stylish shoulder bag.Features:- City handle bar bag in oversized A4 format with magnetic flap- Ideal as shoulder bag for city, job, leisure and travel- Fits to handlebars up to 31,8 mm diameter and conical handlebars- Leather trim in contrasting colour- Lockable mounting protects bag from theft- Shoulder strap fixed with snap hook, must be taken off duri... Learn More

Manufacturer: Ortlieb

Keywords: Cycling

Category: Ortlieb

$140.45

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