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Vaude Tube Saddle Bags

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MSRP : $15.00

Product Description

The VaudeTube bag is big enoughTo fit your essentials and can quickly be removedThanksTo Vaude's niftyTwist mount system. Gusseted lower zipper compartment for carrying capacity expansionTwist adapter saddle mountAdditional Velcro strap for seat postReflective elements on all sides of bagSafety light attachment Note:The photo depictsThe small size bag

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