Restrap Dry Bag

Restrap Dry Bag
Restrap Dry Bag
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Dry Bag by Restrap
Living up to its name, the Restrap Dry Bag accompanies you on your daily commute with waterproof, compact storage for your gear. Designed to fit all of Restrap's saddle and bar bags, the Dry Bag has subtle branding for low-key style, and rolls down easily to protect against the elements and splashback.

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SKU: RTO0007
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