Pair of 28L front saddlebags. Designed for long outings. Universal waterproof panniers with adjustable, waterproof roll-up closure
Pair of front saddlebags designed for cycling trips, both on the road and in the mountains. Due to their volume, waterproofness and fixing system, they are ideal for safely going out and traveling.
- Saddlebags very versatile due to their size as they are compatible for front or rear racks and for rear racks on folding or children's bicycles.
Pockets and adaptations:
Pair of fully waterproof saddlebags with a total volume of 28 liters.
With roll-up closure that allows adjusting the size of the bag to the transported material, always allowing a tight closure. It also has both side and top closure straps.
Interior zip pocket to organize items of different sizes.
Removable tape to be used also as bags.
Reflective safety elements.
High quality QMR 2.0 fastener that allows the saddlebag to be placed and removed quickly and easily . Designed to fit bars up to 16mm. Includes adapters for use on 8.5mm, 10.5mm and 13mm diameter rods.
Hard Back Pro Plate made with high resistance thermoplastic material . The inner part and the sides are covered by this material, providing great resistance to abrasion and breakage in the event of a fall. The 360º swivel bottom bracket allows it to be used with any rack. It can also be moved along a rail to position the saddlebag as the user wishes. The design prevents the saddlebag from moving when loaded on uneven terrain.
The QMR upper hooks have a hole that allows the placement of a padlock, which prevents its removal. (Padlock compatible for example with Abus 145/20).
Product made without PVC (polyvinyl chloride). PVC contains plasticizers (phthalates) that are harmful to health.
Made of Embosed 1000 D thermoplastic polyester covered with polyurethane and 840 D thermoplastic polyamide with polyurethane induction.
|Season of use
|Autumn, Spring, Summer, Winter
|Ecological note (0 to 5)
|EOCA, Fair Wear Foundation
|31 x 30 x 17
|Waterproof, Abrasion resistance
|Placement on bike
|Front wheel, Rear wheel