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Seat Barrel Bag

The Seat Barrel Bag also know as "The Seat Trunk", is another great creation by WalnutStudiolo, we have featured some of their products here before, our favorite... the 6 Pack Holder. The Seat Barrel Bag is a stylish leather seat bag for your bike, designed with classy antique steamer trunks and St. Bernard barrels in mind. Each barrel is hand-finished and hand-stitched, they attach to your bike with thick and stiff leather straps that thread through the seat rail or through Brooks saddle eyelets.

Photography credit: Erin Berzel Photography




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BERTONE MANTIDE

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HELMETLOK

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HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES | BY KISKA

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