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Handlebar-Pack 15L

Handlebar-Pack 15L

Regular price $128.00 USD
Regular price $168.00 USD Sale price $128.00 USD
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The waterproof Ortlieb Handlebar-Pack 15L offers plenty of room for your sleeping bag, mat, or other gear. It also helps to secure a balanced distribution of gear and weight across your bike.

Thanks to the roll closures at both ends, you can always gain quick access to your gear. Compression belts on the outside enable the stowing and attachment of additional equipment.

The Ortlieb Handlebar-Pack 15L mounting system consists of spacers and two strong Velcro straps, ensuring secure attachment to any handlebar type (including carbon). The pack’s stiffened interior and head-tube attachment offer additional stability.

  • Weight: 420g / 14.8oz
  • Volume: 15L
  • Height: 20cm / 7"
  • Width: 58cm / 22"
  • Depth: 20cm / 7"
  • Material: PS21R
  • Note: dry bags must be rolled at least three times to seal
  • Hooks for attaching an ORTLIEB Accessory-Pack
  • Suitable for carbon handlebars
  • Mounting straps with convenient Velcro closures
  • High luminosity 3M Scotchlite reflectors
  • Made in: Germany

 

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