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The Echelon [M] 'Eclipse'

Sale priceRp 1.245.000,00

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The Echelon [M] 'Eclipse'
The Echelon [M] 'Eclipse' Sale priceRp 1.245.000,00

THE KEY FEATURES

  • 32 liters capacity
  • Bright yellow liner for improved browsing visibility
  • Ergonomic shoulder-strap
  • Ambidextrous design strap
  • Woojin® swiveling buckle system to accommodate all kind of body types
  • Retractable Secondary strap that when used forms X-shaped strap
  • Secure 4-way strap external load system (side straps sold separately)
  • Fidlock® Germany, Magnetic sliding buckles for quick closure
  • Lights and attachment loops
  • U-Lock holster
  • Compression strap that doubles as to secure long and or tubular objects at the bottom
  • Heavy duty bottom lining material to prevent water from seeping into the bag and to protect the bag from ground friction
SPECS & COMPARISON
Echelon [m] echelon [s] slingshot
Capacity 32 L 22 L 9 L
Device Fit Laptop compartment up to 15" Laptop compartment up to 13" Padded tablet/laptop sleeve, fits up to 30,5cm x 21,5cm dimension
Weight 1340g 1090g 525g

Customer Reviews

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Dallas
Great Bag For Commuting And For Any Other Occasion.

I love this bag. I've owned multiple bags and this one is a keeper. I commuted over eight miles a day by bike in sunshine rain and snow for the past 2 years. I've had no issues. I've even carried a table using the cargo straps. I only wish I could get an extra strap, I slid across concrete on my chest and the strap and cobra buckle took most of the damage.

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Richard Rohde - Darwin, Australia
If you ride and need to carry something. Buy this bag!

I have been using this bag now doing deliveries on my motorbike for 4 years and I can not speak highly enough about it! It molds to your back perfectly when not full, so when doing high speeds, 120+km/h it doesn't flap around. (Yes, I am allowed to do those speeds around where I am) Also, when it is full and heavy, the cross harness rocks. Best idea ever. I have also used it for riding tours of Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia in which it was absolutely ideal. I must admit that is is a bit worn out now and not in the greatest shape. A few of the clips are starting to tear out and it is not as waterproof as it was. However, this is most definitely my fault for overloading it both in volume, weight so it's time to get a new one. Keep up the great work guys! P.S. Remember, our lives are our responsibility so ride safe everyone.