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In keeping with its commitment to innovation, ORTLIEB has just introduced another PVC-free line of products made of a polyurethane-coated polyester fabric. The base fabric of the products in the Free Line is coated with polyurethane in a manner that ensures lasting waterproof qualities.
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In keeping with its commitment to innovation, ORTLIEB has just introduced another PVC-free line of products made of a polyurethane-coated polyester fabric. The base fabric of the products in the Free Line is coated with polyurethane in a manner that ensures lasting waterproof qualities. The result is a waterproof and durable canvas material that is as outstanding as the conventional ORTLIEB canvas material when it comes to durability and service life. The products in the Free Line are available in classic black and two other appealing colors.
The PVC-free version of the proven ORTLIEB Back-Roller was developed for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts who would like to avoid PVC entirely. This rear pannier bag with a roll closure offers ultimate practicality for all of your bike tours and weekly grocery-shopping ventures, especially on account of its generous payload. Thanks to its waterproof exterior, easy-to-clean interior and shoulder-bag function, the Back-Roller Free is ideal for all who would like to use their bikes despite having things to carry. With the Quick-Lock2.1 system, the bags attach to any bike rack with a tube diameter of up to 16 mm. Larger hooks (e.g. for e-bikes) are available separately.
+ High-luminosity reflectors
+ integrated inside pocket
+ shoulder straps
+ spacers for tube diameters of 8, 10 and 12 mm
Leave your car at home and cycle 151.8 km to compensate for this product.
This calculation is based on the EU target of 95 g CO₂/km for all new vehicles as from 2020.
You can find out more about sustainability at ORTLIEB here.