Restrap Bar Bag Holster + Dry Bag + Food Bag

Restrap Bar Bag Holster + Dry Bag + Food Bag
Restrap Bar Bag Holster + Dry Bag + Food Bag
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Bar Bag Holster + Dry Bag + Food Bag by Restrap
Ready for bikepacking tours and quick commutes to town alike, the Bar Bag Holster + Dry Bag + Food Bag from Restrap connects securely to your handlebars without the need for racks, mounts, or screws. The holster fits up to a 14-liter dry bag, of which one is included, and is secured to your bars via the patented magnetic buckle, which is easily adjusted even while wearing gloves. The dry bag is made from military-grade 1000D Cordura for reliable waterproof protection from the elements and easy loading, and uses a dual roll-top closure system to seal out any moisture. Plus, the add-on food pouch is included to help safely carry your snacks and keep them where you need them most.

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SKU: RTO0003
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