Bolsa Zéfal Urban Messenger | TopBici

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Wall introduces a new messenger bag for cyclists. The Urban Messenger It is an 11-litre capacity model ideal for daily bike trips around the city.

Stylish, durable and practical, this gray shoulder bag holds a laptop (up to 15 inches) and other belongings such as a mobile phone, keys, etc. The Zéfal Urban Messenger has been designed for use both on and off the bike.

This bag is made with RPET, an ecological and sustainable material obtained from the recycling of plastic bottles. It has dimensions of 35x30x13 centimeters and a weight of 840 grams.

also pannier

Zefal Urban Messenger bagThe new Urban Messenger has an easy and universal fixing system to carry it on a rear luggage rack of the bicycle. Therefore, it can also be used as a pannier on commutes and bike trips.

When mounted on the luggage rack, the shoulder strap can be stored on the sides of the bag. In addition, underneath it has a yellow waterproof cover that can be unrolled to cover it in case of rain.

practical and comfortable

Zefal Urban Messenger bolsaIts zipper closure with magnetic snaps allows quick access to the main compartment. The Christophe leather straps – a historic Zéfal product – on the exterior add a touch of classic elegance, but they are only decorative, as the clasps are located below them for added practicality.

This messenger bag has an exterior front pocket and an interior pocket where you can store small items. Inside the bag, elastic straps also allow you to hold a bottle.

It is also worth mentioning that in addition to this bag, Zéfal has also launched a backpack with similar design and features within the same range. The Urban Backpack it has a greater capacity (27 litres), as well as a higher weight (1.18 kg) and dimensions (30x45x13 cm).

The bag Zéfal Urban Messenger It has a price of 69.95 euros.

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