Ibis Mojo Pork Chop Frame Bag For HD3+/M3

Ibis Mojo Pork Chop Frame Bag For HD3+/M3
Ibis Mojo Pork Chop Frame Bag For HD3+/M3
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Mojo Pork Chop Frame Bag For HD3+/M3 by Ibis
Designed specifically to work with the Mojo HD3, HD4, and M3, the Ibis Pork Chop Frame Bag is an ingenious solution to taking gear off your back by fitting neatly in the front aperture of the frame. A tough-as-nails ripstop nylon fabric with padded ballistic nylon side panels holds up against the hard-hitting abuse you're sure to put it through on the trail, while its simple design allows for full access to your shocks adjustments without getting in the way of water bottles. The zippered closure provides easy access to extra CO2 cartridges, tools, gels and other essentials in the internal storage compartment.

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SKU: IBS004B
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