Timbuk2 says its new “aerodynamic” (their words, not mine) Mission Cycling Wallet was inspired by the gearheads over at San Francisco-based Mission Cycling Club — one imagines its inception resulting from a cacophony of complaints about sweaty iPhones and the absence of holes to stash a credit card for that post-ride latte.
Even if that isn’t the way it went down, the $30 ballistic nylon case, with its zippered seal and triple-slot card holder on the back, looks like a winner. Aerodynamic though? Really? I want to see those wind-tunnel figures…Related
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