Randonneur and constructeur inspired cycling luggage.
This looks like the re-make of the old Kirkland handlebar pack you mentioned earlier. Were you not able to source the metal clips that snap onto the bar (parallel the tops)? I find them to add a lot of security on rought roads yet are super easy to pop off when in an insecure area.
I made a pink bag that used all of the old hardware from the yellow Kirkland bag that was worn out. This bag was made specifically for the Nitto rack. I did contact Walbike, but no luck getting all of the hardware. They did have most of it, but not all of it. I also contacted Arkel, and they were fine providing their handlebar bag hardware, but it was very expensive, about $60-$75 after all was said and done. I'm sure there is a pile of old worn out handlebar bags somewhere, waiting for me to come along and use the old hardware!
Oh, I agree, the metal snaps were perfect, much easier than the Nitto rack.
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