LATZ E - Plus

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protects shoes and trouser legs on the e-bike from splash water with wider mudguards

Our LATZ E-Plus splash guard prevents the whirled-up rainwater from getting your shoes, trouser legs or bicycle trailer wet and dirty when driving on wet roads. The splash guard extends the mudguard at the lower end, as these often do not manage to drain the splash water sufficiently on their own. The next time you drive to the office or on a bike tour, your shoes and trouser legs stay dry. In addition to protecting clothing when driving on wet roads, the LATZ E-Plus also prevents flying stones from damaging the paint on the frame.

The splash guard is made from a truck tarpaulin and attached to the lower part of the mudguard as an extension. Thanks to the reinforced material, the splash guard remains dimensionally stable even at higher speeds and against a headwind, which is why it is ideal for use on e-bikes. The LATZ E-Plus can optionally be mounted on front or rear mudguards with a profile width of 70 to 90 mm. With the driver Berlin logo application, it is also a discreet and stylish accessory. When parking the e-bike outdoors, our GRIFFIS protect the handles from the weather.


  • fits SKS Bluemels 75 U mudguards and others
  • Extra-wide Mud flap-version fitting on mudgards with and without stay from 70 - 90mm (ideal for e-bikes)
  • Color: black
  • Material: truck tarpaulin
  • Reinforced and optimized for use at higher speeds
  • Length: approx. 230 mm | Width above: 93 mm | Width below: 120 mm
  • Weight: approx. 85g
  • Designed in Berlin
  • Made in cooperation with workshops for people with disabilities
  • Scope of delivery:
    • Mud flap LATZ
    • 3 xcable ties


Thread a cable tie from behind through the two holes on the left and right of the bib so that the pointed ends are at the top and the fastener is at the bottom. Now turn the splash guard over and place it in the middle of the lower end of the mudguard. Place the cable ties on the left and right around the fender struts and tighten. Cut off the protruding ends of the cable ties with side cutters.

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