Timbuk2 Flash Tandem Pannier

Timbuk2 Flash Tandem Pannier
Timbuk2 Flash Tandem Pannier
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Flash Tandem Pannier by Timbuk2
The Timbuk2 Flash Tandem Pannier is a scaled-down version of the original Tandem, and continues the legacy of durability and convenience with a smaller model that's better suited to everyday commutes that don't require a lot of gear. The Flash Tandem features hook-and-loop attachments for a secure fit on your rack, which hold the saddlebags together when carried off the bike with the convenient, removable shoulder strap. Water-resistant zippers grant access to plenty of space for your lunch, water, and change of clothes, and a padded sleeve holds your electronics, as long as they're no bigger than a 15-inch laptop.

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SKU: TBK008Z
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