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Ortlieb Accessory Pack

Ortlieb Accessory Pack

ORTLIEB

Regular price $109.95 AUD
Regular price $139.95 AUD Sale price $109.95 AUD
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The Ortlieb Accessory Pack is the perfect place for snacks, phones, power banks, and other small items. It can be attached directly to your handlebars or to the Ortlieb Handlebar Pack to expand capacity.

The Ortlieb Accessory Pack is waterproof and is handy for both day and extended trips. Use the orange carrying strap to transform the lightweight bag into a shoulder or hip bag to bring your valuables with you when you're off the bike.

  • Weight: 204g
  • Volume: 3.5L
  • Width: 30cm
  • Height: 17cm
  • Depth: 5cm
  • Material: PS21R

 

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