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Ortlieb Saddle Bag Micro Two

Ortlieb Saddle Bag Micro Two

For a tight closure in the 1980s, most bags had seams that were internally taped, which is still common practice at many manufacturers today. But stitched elements are always a weak point in bags and backpacks because the thread perforates, and thereby damages the material. For long term and intensive use, this kind of "waterproofness" simply wasn't good enough. But it all changed in 1984 when ORTLIEB introduced the so-classed high-frequency welding technology. The ORTLIEB Micro Two Saddle Ba

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