Evoc Saddle Bag

Evoc Saddle Bag
Evoc Saddle Bag
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Saddle Bag by Evoc
Minimalist and lightweight, the Evoc Saddle Bag is designed for small repair kits and intended for racing bikes. It measures 12 x 4. 5 x 6 centimeters and is constructed from 210d nylon that's PU-coated for water resistance The bike quickly and easily attaches to seat rails and posts using hook-and-loop fasteners.

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SKU: EVC0008
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