Evoc Seat Bag

Evoc Seat Bag
Evoc Seat Bag
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Seat Bag by Evoc
For easy access to your repair kit, the Evoc Seat Bag mounts under your saddle to keep things out of your way but along for the ride. The hook-and-loop straps adjust to fit most any saddle and seatpost, and the wide zipper opening helps fit a tube and tire levers more easily.

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SKU: EVCM00P
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