Motorcycle Types Adventure / Dual-Sport USWE TX Rider Tool Belt Now Available at LeoVince USA

USWE TX Rider Tool Belt Now Available at LeoVince USA

USWE TX Rider Tool Belt Now Available at LeoVince USA
USWE TX Rider Tool Belt

USWE TX Rider

USWE Sports revolutionized hydration packs with its No Dancing Monkey (NDM) series, and now its TX Rider Tool Belt does the same for on-the-go tool storage.

Now available from LeoVince USA Specialized Products Distribution, the TX Rider Tool Belt ensures a secure, bounce-free ride while offering ample storage for tools and supplies.

USWE’s TX Rider Tool Belt stays secure around a rider’s waist with a compression strap belt system. Like the NDM hydration packs, the TX Rider Tool Belt stays in place no matter how rough or bouncy the terrain. The fit is so secure that the TX Rider Tool Belt will stay out of the way and off of a rider’s mind until it’s needed.

The TX Rider Tool Belt is large enough to hold a spare tube as well as mission-critical tools for those unexpected repairs on the trail. The main pocket is supplemented by two side pockets and an additional tool organizer pocket. The TX Rider Tool Belt is designed to fit adults from sizes S-XL, comes in black and has an MSRP of $56.

The complete USWE Sports product line, including the NDM hydration systems and the TX Rider Tool Belt, are available through LeoVince USA Specialized Products Distribution.

USWE Sports TX Rider Tool Belt

  • Part No.: 201111
  • MSRP: $56

For more information about LeoVince USA Specialized Products Distribution, visit the LeoVince USA website at www.leovinceusa.com.

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