Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag
Glove Box Handlebar Bag

Glove Box Handlebar Bag

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The Glove Box is a handlebar bag that will hold the items that otherwise will overfill or won’t even fit your jersey’s back pockets. The bag attaches to the handlebars with two hook-and-loop straps and a third strap around the headtube. The bottom and sides of the bag are reinforced so it will maintain it’s awesome shape regardless of how much stuff is in the bag!

The bag is made with a Cordura outer fabric, orange lining fabric, a YKK water resistant zipper and bombproof thread. 

Outer dimensions of the bag are 25x11x11cm which means it has space for 3 liters worth of stuff.

Even though both fabrics are waterproof and the zipper highly water resistant; the seams are not. It’ll probably keep things dry in a light shower or damp weather, but in continuous rain or wet roads/trails moisture eventually will find it’s way into the bag. Using some dry bags or zip-lock bags will solve that problem quickly.

Note: The bag works best with a neat and tidy cockpit. If you look down on your handlebars and the view looks more like a bowl of spaghetti there probably isn’t too much space left for a Glove Box. If the cable routing is nice and tidy you generally shouldn’t run into any trouble.


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The Studio

Detour is a small one man business that focuses on making handmade bags for cycling fueled adventures. All bags are carefully designed and handmade by myself and vigorously tested by the Destruction Crew.

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It probably needs no explaining that I absolutely love bikes, bags, bike gear and riding bikes. I like pretty much all adventures on a bike as long as it involves an adventurous element!