Snēk Cycling Vital Case carries phone, cash and tools

Check out Kickstarter campaign to learn more about slick+neat case

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Snēk, as in slick and neat, someone or something of good taste or stature.

Snēk, as in slick and neat, someone or something of good taste or stature (click to enlarge).

The world of Kickstarter is often an incubator for interesting new cycling-related products. Some of it makes it to production. Some doesn’t. The bet here is that the Snēk Cycling Vital Case has a better than average chance of getting off the ground. As the name Snēk (as in slick and neat, someone or something of good taste or stature) implies, this case will carry all that you need for a ride — and look good doing it.

The idea behind the case is that it’s both an efficient way to hold all of the accessories you need for a ride, and fit in a jersey pocket or attach to your bike. The case is claimed to be weather resistant, and has a phone and billfold stretch-holder that’s wrapped in a high-quality leather outer. Saddle attachment is meant for road/gravel use only. Mountain bike use is not recommended.

The idea behind the case is that it’s both an efficient way to hold all of the accessories you need for a ride, and fit in a jersey pocket or attach to your bike.

The idea behind the case is that it’s both an efficient way to hold all of the accessories you need for a ride, and fit in a jersey pocket or attach to your bike (click to enlarge).

Anyone who signs up to buy a case at the $75 donation level gets the removable pouch, 4 and 5mm Allen keys, T25, and flat head screwdriver. To learn more check out the photos below and visit www.snekcycling.com and the Kickstarter campaign page.

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