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Product Description

  • 2-part main compartment has a separate chamber
  • Side pocket for ID or other small items
  • Separate side pockets hold 1 pair of shoes
  • Hook-and-loop straps for attaching your floor pump
  • Helmet compartment on top of the bag

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