25% off Altura Thunderstorm City 30 Waterproof Roll Top Commuter Backpack

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This waterproof roll-top is perfect for a rainy commute

The high-vis design is also great for adding extra visibility for cars approaching from behind.

Altura Thunderstorm City 30
£59.99
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Riding to work throughout the year in the UK means that you're guaranteed to ride through some pretty heavy rain from time to time. We'd call those conditions challenging, but not impossible.

Review: Altura Thunderstorm City 30 - 4/5

Along with a good jacket, waterproof overtrousers and a set of mudguards, a waterproof backpack is an essential piece that will allow you to continue to ride to work, no matter what the weather is doing.

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Altura's Thunderstorm City 30-litre backpack features an open design internally, with just a 13" laptop sleeve for separation. We find these large spaces to be perfect as they're much more flexible and able to carry awkward and bulky items.

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A roll-top design, combined with taped seams and a TPU waterproof coating over the ripstop fabric results in a waterproof rating of IPX6, easily enough to keep your stuff dry on a wet commute.

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The draft back venting system means that come the warm summer days, you won't get a horrendously sweaty back. The system is also pretty good at supporting heavier loads and there are chest and waist straps for when you need to keep the bag tightly on your back.

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Down at the lower part of the backpack, there is a loop for a rear light and to increase visibility, there is reflective print all around the bag.

Altura Thunderstorm City 30
£59.99
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About Altura

With over 20 years of crafting performance products for multiple cycling disciplines, we understand the needs and mind of the cyclist. Whether it’s covering the miles each weekend with your road buddies, tearing down a newly found trail or commuting to and from work – it’s who we are as a brand and what we love doing.

Founded in 1997, Altura entered the market with Bike Luggage and soon after launched our Apparel and Accessories Collections. Now, two decades later, we are an established cycling brand with a growing business and a team of cycling enthusiasts driving the brand forward across our cycling disciplines of Commuter, Road and MTB

About Cycle Republic

On December the 12th we opened our first store at Euston Tower, London. The 3000 sq. ft shop is packed with the latest bikes, clothing, accessories and parts. In an industry first, courtesy bikes are made available to customers whose bikes are in the workshop for an extended period of time.

2015 saw us open our first shops outside London, with new locations in Norwich, Manchester, Bristol, and Nottingham alongside three new shops in the capital. Alongside store expansion, our product range continues to grow with the addition of the likes of Haibike.

In an extremely busy year, we launched a brand-new transactional website, offered customers an additional payment type, with the introduction of Cyclescheme, all whilst continuing to add to our bikes and accessories categories. Bloomsbury, Fenchurch, Purley and Leeds open their doors for the first time.

We’re delighted to become stockists of premium, Italian road brand Wilier Triestina. Scott road, mountain, electric and hybrid bikes also become available to cyclists. We ink a deal to retail BMC bikes from Autumn 2019.

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