SR Saddle Bag (1.2L), Black
The perfect balance between lightweight and capacity. Large enough to accommodate a spare inner tube, tire levers, multi-tool, a wallet, and keys, but compact enough for adventure. - Water resistant 1000d material with YKK zipper - Interior division for all your essentials - Reflective logo, webbing to clip light - Angled straps achieve a low profile fit - No-snag Velcro and amara leather limit abrasion
Lezyne takes seatpack storage to the next level with their M-Caddy. Inside, fitted neoprene compartments organize your gear for easy access, while a durable, water-resistant zipper guards against moisture. Plus, a bottom compartment with a Velcro closure securely stores your multi-tool away from your spare tube, eliminating the possibility of a premature puncture. The M-Caddy also boasts a reflective taillight loop for safety.
Lezyne's M-Caddy with Sport Repair Kit is a complete and convenient kit for the rider with simple reliability in mind. It features a Sport Drive HP hand pump, RAP 6 multi-tool, Smart Kit for tire repair, and Matrix tire levers in an M-Caddy bag that tucks neatly under your bicycle seat. Be prepared with all the essentials needed for an unexpected repair whether you're out on a long weekend jaunt or daily commute.
While the Mini Tool Kit is the smallest bag in the Jandd line, it is still made to the same strict specifications as Jandd's largest mountaineering pack. - Perfect for minimalists; fits tube, tire levers and mini-tool - Three-point retention system - Main panel is doubled with an extra layer of nylon to prevent premature wear at the seat post - Seams are fully taped to prevent fraying - Made of Dupont Cordura - Weight: 40 grams - Capacity: 24 cubic inches
Cannondale's Slice Top Tube Bag holds essential race nutrition just behind the stem of your bike for superb aerodynamics and easy access. This water-resistant nylon bag has a clear window cover with a magnetic closure for quick access and visibility of your cargo. You wouldn't want to be craving a strawberry gel and grab an espresso-flavored one, now, would you?
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