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Lizard Skins
Super Cache Saddle Bag

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$30.99
Color:Jet Black

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Super Cache Saddle Bag

Carry all the necessary tools for simple repairs alongside energy snacks and riding necessities with the Lizard Skins Super Cache Saddle Bag. This large saddle bag provides ample space for an extra tube, multi-tool, wallet, keys, and snacks when you're riding into remote areas where help is limited or non-existent. Water-resistant fabric keeps your items dry and protected from passing showers and nasty weather. Amara synthetic leather prevents abrasion from compromising the bag across hundreds of riding miles. For added safety, the bag features a reflective logo and webbing strap for attaching a bike light.


Details

  • Cavernous saddle bag carries tubes, tools, and snacks
  • Large pocket with divider for organization
  • Water-resistant fabric keeps internal items dry
  • Durable construction prevents abrasion
  • Hook-and-loop strap attaches to seat rails
  • Item #LZS000J
Material
water-resistant 1000D material
Mount
hook-and-loop strap attaches to seat rails
Pockets
1 large zippered pocket with divider
Closure
zippered
Recommended Use
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

July 5, 2020

Great for kids bikes

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought this for my kids. Easily fits an iPhone plus a snack. There is a strap that allows you to mount an LED light which is useful too. If you?re a serious road rider you will want something smaller.

Aaron Y
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com