METRO ZIP POUCH - LIBERTY LIMITED EDITION
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Brompton is known for working with quintessential British brands to create functional, beautiful accessories for your beloved Brompton. Now, in partnership with London's own Liberty Fabric, Brompton brings you the Metro Zip Pouch for the fashion-forward rider. The Thorpe pattern pays tribute to the 1900s artist John Thorpe, whose work inspired this pattern that debuted in 1968.
The Brompton Metro Zip Pouch in Liberty Fabric is the perfect size for quick-grab items needed during your commute. It mounts on your handlebar or saddle, and its durable construction and understated appearance makes it an ideal accessory for any Brompton rider.
Constructed from 600D printed polyester fabric with a wax/DWR water-resistant coating, the bag has a zip-around opening for easy access to its main pocket, a zippered internal pocket for metro card or keys, and mesh inner pocket for your phone. Two Velcro straps attach the bag securely to your handlebars or saddle.
This is an excellent addition to your Brompton for a little extra storage when paired with a front carrier block-mounted bag or rear rack bag.
- Genuine Brompton Accessories
- Brompton Metro Zip Pouch
- Constructed from a durable, hard-wearing 600D printed polyester fabric with a wax/DWR water-resistant coating
- Internal zippered pocket for keys or metro card
- Internal Mesh Pocket for phone
- 1 Litre Capacity
- Compatible with all handlebar types
- PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE
- FREE SHIPPING
|BROMPTON METRO ZIP POUCH|
Heavy Duty 600D printed polyester fabric
1500mm PU Wax Coating
C6 DWR Finish
|INTERNAL MATERIAL||210D Nylon Lining|
|DIMENSIONS||18cm X 13cm X 4.5 cm|
Large Wraparound YKK Zipper with Glove Friendly Zip Pulls
|POCKETS||Large Main Compartment, Internal Zippered Pocket, Inner Mesh Phone Pocket|
|MOUNTING||Two Velcro Straps For Handlebar/Saddle Attachment|
|COMPATIBILITY||S, M, H & P Bars|
|COLOUR||Thorpe pattern by Liberty Fabric|
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