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Frame Mounted U-lock Holster

Remember the U-Lock holster we featured recently? Another great and stylish solution for carrying your U-Lock was developed by one of our favorite leather crafters, Walnut Studiolo. The stylish Frame Mounted U-Lock Holster is a convenient way to carry your U-Lock, it keeps it tightly secured and rattle-free. Available in several colors. You can buy it from their website or from their Etsy online store.

Also by Walnut Studiolo check out:
6 Pack Holder | Seat Barrel Bag | Bicycle Frame Handle




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