- Everything you need to carry a 6-pack of beer in your bicycle triangle in our most popular color combinations -- with a combination discount! Combo includes:
- 1 of our award-winning 6-Pack Frame Cinch design, which can be used to carry anything with a handle on the top tube of your bicycle
- 1 of our sturdy and secure leather and wood "Spartan Carton" 6-Packs
Made out of small-batch, USA-sourced leather and environmentally conscious Plyboo or Masonite, the 6-Pack Carrier was designed to be a “legacy” piece; its sturdy build will last a lifetime, while eliminating the need for single-use products. More about the Spartan Carton.
Recognized as one of the Ten Best Bike-related Designs by Architizer and a consistent best-seller, the 6-Pack Frame Cinch attaches any object to your bicycle, but most importantly, it brings a 6-pack of your favorite beverage along for the ride. The sturdy leather design straps the object securely between your knees while leaving a stylish impression as you roll by. More about the 6-Pack Frame Cinch.
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- LEATHER: Your Walnut Studiolo product uses natural, vegetable-tanned leather and will not look exactly as pictured here. Real, natural leather carries is a natural material, so every hide has unique characteristics that individually personalize each product. Just as no two fingerprints are alike, each piece of leather is distinctive in its color, grain, and markings, which may include scars, mars, or blemishes that are a natural part of the cow's life and a sign of the high quality of the leather we use.
LEATHER COLORS: Honey, Dark Brown, Black
6-PACK CENTERBOARD STYLES: Masonite (darker-colored wood composite), Bamboo (lighter-colored bamboo product)
MATERIALS: Vegetable-tanned leather, masonite or bamboo, nickel-plated steel hardware
DIMENSIONS: 9" x 5.5" x 8.5". The rings are designed to hold (6) 12oz bottles.
WEIGHT: Empty, the carton weighs 10 oz.
PHOTOGRAPHY: To see more images of customers with Walnut Studiolo gear, follow us on Instagram with hashtag #walnutstudiolo. Photography credit: Erin Berzel Photography and Austin Goodman.