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Thule 100055 Pack 'n Pedal 11L Trunk Bag Black

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Designed to perfectly fit between two Thule panniers, the THULE 100055 Pack 'n Pedal Trunk Bag mounts to any front or rear bike rack and offers 11 litres of waterproof storage. The roll-top design and welded seams keep your gear nice and dry and a hard-shell bottom helps the bag maintain its’ shape. The bag mounts easily and quickly with simple hook and loop attachments. At one end of the bag there's a translucent exterior pocket which will let you use and store a safety light, and at the other end you'll find a standard generic pocket. As for the sides, there's a zipper compartment on one and a regular slide-in compartment on the other.
• Roll-top closure and welded seams provide waterproof protection for your gear • Exterior translucent pockets allow safety light to be used and stored in one convenient location • Roll-top closure doubles as a convenient carrying handle • Simple hook and loop attachments provide secure rack mounting and quick installation or removal • Designed to perfectly fit between two Thule panniers • Fits best on Thule racks, but will work on almost any bike rack • Waterproof: IPX4 • Materials: High tenacity TPU coated nylon (PVC Free) • Volume: 11 Litres • Dimensions: 36.5 x 32.5 x 14 cm (HxWxD) • Product Weight: 550 g

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