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Canteen Handle Bar Bag - Handlebar Packs - Lone Peak Packs

The Lone Peak Canteen Handlebar Bag is great for those things you want to keep close. The bag can be mounted on either side of your stem, or if you get 2, then you can have one on each side. Collar extends up to give you greater depth for tall items, such as your tall latte. It has a lower connection point to prevent it from swaying as you start and stop. Made to Lone Peak standards to last a lifetime.

Features:

•Extendable drawstring collar keeps everything in its place.
•1000D Nylon give the bag a lot of body and stiffness.
•Can be mounted on the right or left side of the handlebar.
•Outer mesh pocket for small items.
•Lower attachment point to anchor the bag to your fork or frame.
•Dimensions are 4″ wide x 8″ tall(extended)
•Weight is 2 oz
•Made in the USA

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