AS-IS SALE: Our annual AS-IS / Dents and Dings Sale offers steep discounts 50%-75% OFF our uniquely designed, completely functional, high quality leather goods - such as retired display models, imperfect workshop productions, or otherwise. Each product is notated as AS-IS in the title, and each variant is listed with brief notes on the condition, and an actual picture of the product so you can inspect its condition before buying. ALL AS-IS sales are FINAL and the sale lasts until the inventory has sold out.
The littlest details make the biggest statement. The Walnut Studiolo leather Mud Flaps keep road spray off you, your bicycle, and riders behind in unparalleled style.
Made with bridle leather, a material with equestrian-intended durability, the Mud Flaps can take any inclement weather day in and day out.
The Classic’s wing tip design channels water spray downwards, while The Road style fits more slender fenders (see ‘More Information’ for technical specs and installation).
Monogram the Mud Flaps for a more personalized touch; fellow riders are sure to remember your courteous commuter etiquette in unforgettable design.
INSTALLATION: Attaches with two 1/4" Chicago screws to the inside of the fender, which are placed 1" apart center-to-center. Screws and leather washer are included - you'll need to drill pilot holes into the fender. Replacement Chicago screws and washers available HERE.
Picture installation guide available here on our Snapguide channel:
SPARE PARTS: Replacement chicago screws, washers, and leather care dressing available in our Parts section.
MATERIALS: Bridle leather, nickel-plated steel hardware
DIMENSIONS: The "Classic" Rear is approximately 8 1/2" long at the end point and approximately 3 7/8" wide, and the "Classic" Front is approximately 6" long. The "Road" Rear is approximately 7 1/4" long and 2 1/4" wide, and the "Road Rear is approximately 6 1/4" long. The top part of the "Road" mud flap for affixing to the fender is ~1.5" wide by ~2.25" tall, with the centerpoint between the holes 1" apart. The top part of the "Classic" mud flap for affixing to the fender is ~2" wide by ~2.5" tall, with the centerpoint between the holes 1" apart.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Erin Berzel Photography