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Topeak
BarLoader Handlebar Bag

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$89.95
Color:Black

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Why We Like The BarLoader Handlebar Bag

For those quick jaunts under uncertain skies, we throw our smaller essentials into the BarLoader HandleBar Bag from Topeak for secure, waterproof storage. This handlebar drybag can be used alone or mounted as an accessory bag atop Topeak's FrontLoader bag system, and boasts sonically welded seams, a roll-top closure, and weather-tight zippers for all-encompassing protection against the elements.


Details

  • Handlebar drybag that safely and securely stashes mid-ride essentials
  • TPU construction with welded seams prevents moisture from seeping in
  • Quick-release buckles and hook-and-loop fastener for easy attachment
  • Shoulder straps make for easy transport off the bike
  • Detachable inner bag keeps gear well-organized and easily accessible
  • Item #TOPB03S
Material
TPU
Volume
6.5L (395cu in)
Mount
quick release buckles, hook-and-loop fastener
Closure
roll-top
Dimensions
12.2 x 10.2 x 3.5in
Claimed Weight
9.7oz (275g)
Activity
commuting
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

1 based on 1 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

July 2, 2022

front handle bar bag

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I returned this product before using it

Essentially this was a long dry bag that was folded over and had a clasp. It had a deep separate pocket that was velcroed to the sides of the bottom of the bag. Not easily accessible it was awkward. Lots of velcro. Not a good value. Very expensive. I sent it back.

Christine S
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com