Restrap Touring Saddle Bag

Jul 30, 2015

Category: Gear

One of the limitations of commuting with a bike is that there’s just no room to put your stuff. Your wallet, keys, water bottle, a change of clothes, your lunch — you can’t carry it all while you’re riding. But, you don’t need a bulky rack to carry your gear on your bike; now, there’s a better way. Let us introduce you to the Restrap Touring Saddle Bag.

The Restrap Touring Saddle Bag straps to your seat post and seat without the need for any tools, and holds large dry bags between 8 to 13 liters. It uses a magnetic buckle to fasten, so it’s easy to add to your bike’s frame. The Sadle Bag is made out of long-lasting 1000D military-grade cordura, so it will stand up to the toughest conditions. The retail price starts at $140. [Purchase]

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