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Custom Mini Roll Top Pannier Set
- Always comes in a set of two panniers
- Measurements: 13″h”X10″wX6″d (+ roll top closure)
- Capacity: 15 Liters per bag/ 30 Liters a set
- Mounting Hook Spacing (outside to outside): 6.75”
- Bag Weight: 2.5 lbs a bag
- Black Thread and Trim
- Swift Industries’ mounting system
- Front Zip Pocket
- Reflective tape
- Interior Organizer Pocket on non-drive side pannier
- Dee Rings for shoulder strap
- Backpack Conversion (installed) **
- Shoulder Strap
- Arkel Camlock Hardware
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Riding to work or to school year-round? You need a pannier set that keeps your belongings protected and that is easy to carry off of your bicycle. If you’re taking a ride across town you’ll find the Mini Roll Top Bicycle Panniers the perfect size for your layers, snacks, and books. Heading down the Pacific Coast in September? Mount the Mini Roll Top Panniers to a front touring rack to complete your traveling set-up. The custom Mini Roll Top Panniers are always sold in a set of two panniers!
Each Roll Top and Mini Roll Top Pannier is equipped with four discrete but vital attachment points for our removable Backpack Conversion design. Two adjustable straps, made out of seatbelt webbing for comfort, clip on and off the bag in seconds. The straps stow effortlessly in the front pocket of your panniers and are the perfect solution to clumsy off-bike carry. A closed-cell foam insert cushions the rigid back panel that stiffens the panniers. The most commonly asked question is whether one can feel the pannier hooks on one’s back. The answer is no. Additionally, the wire j-hook that provides counter-tension on our panniers has a specific spot to kick it so it’s out of your way. But please note that the J-Hook can snag on clothing and long hair—it’s worth being mindful when you are taking the backpack pannier off and on.