Mini Short Stack Panniers

Living on the road with one's bicycle as your home inspires us here at Swift Industries to no end. When you are your engine, and the world is at your fingertips you deserve the best gear to outfit your adventures. The Mini Short Stack Pannier is designed to mount to the front rack on your bicycle to help steady your ride when you're out for the long-haul. We found the external pockets vital on our longer excursions, and depended often on the vinyl-lined body to keep our clothing dry. We also recommend the Mini Short Stack Pannier to the commuter cyclist and over-night adventurer.


Measurements: 13h"X10w"tX6"d

Capacity: 32 Litres a set

Features: vinyl interior lining of body, external zip pocket, handle, rear reflective strip, hook and cord mounting system, 9" telescoping neck with double cinch cords, zip lid pocket (not waterproofed) One bags comes with standard dee rings for a shoulder strap.

In addition to choosing your own colors, further customize your Mini Short Stack Panniers with: Arkel Cam-Lock Mounting Hardware, an interior organizer pocket, dee rings, or classical Waxed Canvas Fabric. Add a shoulder strap to carry one pannier over your shoulder.

Please select your colors and features wisely! Swift Industries charges $5.00 to process order changes after a purchase has been placed.

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$250 a set


“I am very happy with my purchase of the Mini Short Stack Panniers. They've been with me for countless urban adventures in San Francisco and Oakland, faithfully carrying my supply of warm clothes, bicycle tools and groceries.”

— David Stainton, San Francisco

After an eleven day 725 mile ride from Chicago to the BWCA (Boundry Waters Canoe Area) in northern Minnesota I feel I can give an informed critique. I am very pleased with the bags, they functioned flawlessly. I feel that the quality and utility provided made them a good choice for me. If you road trip often enough the pleasure of using these bags is worth every penny. I also like the fact that they are made here in the USA in a small operation.

— David Kostush, Chicago