Basil's Portland Saddlebag hits the perfect note, combining understated sophistication with a real understanding of what the busy lady about town needs - with the a quality of build that would justify taking it on longer road or touring trips.
At 0.5 litres you'll be pleasantly surprised by how much the Basil Portland Saddlebag will fit. The hardwearing fabric is complemented perfectly by a striking plaid lining and attractive tan details.
And proving that there's substance to add to its style, Basil's Portland Saddlebag provides a secure straps for fitting to your saddle rack, a robust water and dirt repellent cotton/polyester mix and a neat double fastening using velcro and a strap. An all round winner to fit your life perfectly.
Capacity ~ 0.5L
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- Exterior: hard-wearing water and dirt repellent cotton/polyester blend
- Simple yet strong straps for saddle or handlebars
- Luxurious inner lining
- Capacity: 0.5 litres
- Weatherproof paper details
Dutch cycling brand BASIL originated in the 1970s, when former owner Nico van Balveren - who at the time was a bicycle retailer - started producing a variety of bicycle baskets. A number of successful years later, the name of the company was updated to BASIL, a contraction of Nico’s name ‘van Balveren’ and ‘Silvolde’ the town where it all began.
In 2001 BASIL was passed down the family to Marthijn, Nico’s son, who continues to run the thriving company today from its base in Holland. Sold in over 17 countries, BASIL remains a popular brand, thanks to their unwavering commitment to their core values: reliability, innovation and contemporary style. They continue to produce imaginative, beautiful kit for... well, civilised cycling. Even Dutch royalty love BASIL, with Princess Amalia sporting one of their bicycle panniers.
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