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Every Monday between now and the end of the year, RideApart will give away one new Aerostich product each week. You can enter once a day, every day between now and Sunday, so the more you enter the higher your chances of winning.
This week we offer up an Aerostich Lightweight Portable Bag that is great for any motorcyclist who needs to transport anything from groceries for a dinner for two, to a six-pack of beer and more. You’ll find uses for this bag that you never knew you had. It will make your life easier and more spontaneous when it is stowed and ready to be used at a moments notice. Read our real world review now.
ENTER TO WIN an Aerostich Lightweight Portable Bag, worth $25.00 below. The entry period for this giveaway ends at 11:59 pm ET on Sunday December 8, 2013.
Specifications:Carrying small spur-of-the-moment-errand stuff on your bike is often a problem. This lightweight, ultra-compact water-resistant/repellent sil-nylon reusable grocery bag is the solution. It packs anywhere and doubles as a functional backpack. Jam one of these behind the headlight, instruments or a side panel and it will stay there until needed. All seams are reinforced with binding for durability and strength. The two generous handles are tacked and bound, then reinforced again –- so they won’t rip or pull off. Two draw cord closure straps of nylon flat webbing, sewn through the top lip of the bag secure a quick cinch closure. The bag’s bottom corners are reinforced with Cordura pack cloth and feature grommet style cord locks to adjust shoulder straps to desired length. A stuff-pouch is high on the interior and doubles as easy-access storage for keys, phones, money, etc. These are built to last, better for the environment, and work great for a lot more than just groceries. Have one along and be ready. Works great for shorter urban distances by threading one’s left forearm through the handles so the bag hangs just in front of the left knee, too. Assorted colors. 4.5″×3.75″×2″ (compressed), 19″×20″×18″ (expanded). Read more…