Lezyne Road Caddy Saddle Bag

Lezyne Road Caddy Saddle Bag
Lezyne Road Caddy Saddle Bag
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Road Caddy Saddle Bag by Lezyne
When you find yourself wishing your jersey had a little more pocket space, add the Lezyne Road Caddy Saddle Bag to your setup. This streamlined bag secures small items with a zippered closure, and attaches to the seat rails with a hook-and-loop strap that provides a customized fit. The wide strap eliminates the need for a post strap, making the Road Caddy compatible with droppers as well as any diameter seat post. Durable nylon has a DWR treatment to help it shed moisture, keeping your gear from getting soaked.

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SKU: LED00A7
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