Rapha’s Made To Move Travel Bag Collection

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Designed with style and function in mind.

After making sure that cyclists look good both on and off the bike with the City Collection, cycling brand Rapha launches the perfect complementing range, created for those who also love to travel. The Made to Move collection features various bag designs to suit virtually any need, from daily commutes to weekend trips. All share the same refined, minimalist aesthetic and all-black palette, with every product also featuring a blend of premium quality materials and practical features.

The larger Travel Backpack comes in two sizes, with a fully reflective option also available. It boasts easy-access pockets and convenient interior dividers. Designed for longer trips, the Weekend Bag comes with a spacious main compartment that opens fully for quick access. Side pockets hold shoes or a helmet away from clothing, while a top pocket keeps keys and documents at hand.

Compact and practical, the Wash Bag helps the user organize toiletries in an easy and elegant way. It comes with mesh pockets as well as a clear, removable bag for liquids, to make airport checks go smoothly. Finally, the Essentials Case has a rainproof material and a water repellent zipper to keep smartphones or other important items safe and dry. You can find the Made to Move collection on the brand’s website; prices range from around $33 to about $170.

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