Ortlieb Sport-Roller Free waterproof Bicycle bags PVC free (pair) | rust-black

  • Order number: 637033
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  • EAN:: 4013051049153
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  • HAN: F6106
€102.00

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

in stock → delivered between the 31.05.2022 und 02.06.2022

not available in the Berlin Stores → ready for collection in 4 days after order (Click & Collect)

  • 637033
  • F6106
  • 4013051049153

Ortlieb Sport-Roller Free waterproof Bicycle bags PVC free (pair) | rust-black


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.
Made of a PVC-free canvas material, the ORTLIEB Sport-Roller Free – the latest incarnation of the true classic – offers the same waterproof and wear-resistant qualities as its predecessor. This versatile bag can be used on your Lowrider front bike rack or as a small pannier on your rear bike rack. Given its compact size, it is also suitable for use as a child’s first, and very own, bike bag. The Sport-Roller Free has a practical roll closure and can be deployed alone or pairwise. With the proven Quick-Lock2.1 system, the bag can be mounted quickly and securely to any bike rack with a tube diameter of up to 16 mm.


  • High-luminosity reflectors
  • integrated inside pocket
  • shoulder strap
  • spacers for tube diameters of 8, 10 and 12 mm

Material: PD62, PS60
Size: 30 cm x 25 cm x 14 cm
Weight: 2x 775 g | 27.3 oz
Volume: 2x 12.5 l

Color: black, orange
Size: 10 - 20 Liter
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