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Backpack easily convertible into saddlebag, fully waterproof and waterproof. Very comfortable and versatile having an optimal space for laptops and folios.
- Backpack with rolled closure that becomes a saddlebag. Very robust, waterproof and dustproof.
- Very versatile as it can be used instinctively as a backpack or saddlebag. Especially practical for day-to-day use and urban use.
- When used as a backpack it has a padded back, two shoulder pads and a chest strap.
- When used as a saddlebag, padding and shoulder pads are stowed inside the vertical zippered front pocket. Taking up little space and leaving the rear area diaphanous to be used as a saddlebag.
- The maximum load weight is 9 kilos.
Pockets and adaptations:
- Fully waterproof and dustproof. The IP64 degree of protection ensures that it is completely dust-tight and protected against water spray from all directions.
- The closure is by rolling and is finished adjusting with a velcro on the top.
- Includes straps and support to carry the helmet securely in the front of the saddlebag.
- It has two external zippered neoprene side pockets, both are permeable and do not resist water.
- With an inside pocket.
- Designed to comfortably store DIN A4 sheets or a 15.4 "laptop.
- Upper lifting handle.
- Two small reflective elements on the sides.
- A plastic protector in the lower area prevents abrasion of the saddlebag with the ground.
- With QuickLock2.1 anchorage system that allows you to put and remove the saddlebags in a very simple way. The top clips are opened or closed by pulling the top strap.
- Compatible with racks of maximum 16 mm. They include pieces to fit them without gaps to diameters of 8, 10 and 12mm. The anchors are adjustable without the need for a wrench.
- Made of polyurethane-coated PS33 nylon.
- Does not contain PVC.
|Season of use||Autumn, Spring, Summer, Winter|
|Ecological note (0 to 5)||1 🌱|
|Dimensions (cm)||50 x 28 x 20|
|Features||Abrasion resistance, Waterproof|
|Placement on bike||Rear wheel|
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