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Tex-Lock eyelet with U-Lock

The textile based bike lock

Tex-Lock textile bicycle locks flatter your bike and your hands. Say hello to easy handling and goodbye to scratches in the paint.

Cut-Resistant

Special combined high-tech fibers protect against tools such as bolt cutters.

Saw-Resistant

The tex-lock 2.0 has a metal core with high saw resistance.

Fireproof

A textile sheathing resists flames over 1000 degrees Celsius.

Optics

The tex-lock underlines the style of the bike - finally no more steel monotony!

Length: 120 cm (Medium); 160 cm (Large)

Weight: 1.51 kg (Medium); 1.76 kg (Large)

As a closure for the eyelet rope, the small U-lock is the best combination of security and compact design.

The minds behind Tex-Lock are bike fans with body & soul, and product developers with passion & devotion. Equipped with textile know-how and dissatisfied with existing bicycle lock solutions, founders Alexandra Baum and Suse Brand developed the idea for Tex—Lock. Since the two women from Leipzig, Germany, travel a lot by bicycle, they experienced the frustration of having to ride around with a clattering, unwieldy metal bicycle lock. The bright idea was to make a bicycle lock out of textile. Tex-Lock is based and manufactured in Leipzig, Germany with the highest of German standards and expertise.

All products of the eyelet series are certified according to ART*2 anti-theft criteria.

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Orange
Gold
Gray
Black
Size

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09/24/2020
Paul
United States United States
Who would have thought a bike lock could be sexy!

Who would have thought a bike lock could be sexy! I was hesitant about the strength of virtually cloth fibers, but the weight is good and feels very secure when I use it. A bonus that it doesn't chip the paint on my bike frame like my chain did.