EXFIL-60 Bag

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EXFIL-60 Bag

€276,52 € 148,- (179,08 Incl. tax)

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EXFIL-60 Bag

EXFIL-60 Bag

  • EXFIL-60 bag is sized for a variety of bikes, small trips and riders who like to pack a little lighter
  • Tarpaulin flap on the front features three rows of MOLLE, a weather-resistant zipper pocket, and a mesh pocket on the inside. This flap is adjustable without disturbing the attachment points on the bag, so it’s perfect for stashing an outer layer, bed roll, etc.
  • UV-treated, 1680 denier ballistic-grade polyester nylon construction throughout
  • PVC treatment on exterior panels for added weather resistance
  • Roll-top closure with reinforced nylon quick-release buckles keeps contents sealed tight
  • Five 1.5-inch wide removable mounting straps with reflective stitching offer mounting options and security
  • Convenient pouch behind the front flap keeps items secure but easy to reach, along with outer and inner zippered pockets on flap
  • Zipper pocket on bottom of bag holds weather-resistant cover that pulls over the loaded bag for 100% waterproof protection
  • Three rows of MOLLE webbing for mounting and secondary gear attachment
  • Rugged SBS synthetic, weather-resistant zippers with knotted nylon cord pulls
  • Interior volume holds 60 12-ounce cans
  • Stuffed, closed dimensions: 18” tall x 14” wide x 11” deep


Part Number35160328
MATERIAL1680 Denier Polyester| Ballistic Nylon
WIDTH35,5 cm (14")
HEIGHT45,5 cm (18")
DEPTH28 cm (11")

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