Banjo Brothers' Saddlebag Panniers are perfect for commuting, everyday errands, and light touring. They mount to most rear racks (sold separately) with a single strap, so you can just load them up with work stuff and take the whole bag into the office. They're low profile, so they won't slow you down and they're built with ripstop fabric with ballistic reinforcing in wear areas so they will last and last, like all of Banjo's gear. These saddlebags also feature cinch straps on top to hold extra gear and reflective accents all around for extra visibility.
Not only does Banjo Brothers' Minnehaha Canvas Utility Pannier boost your cargo-hauling capability, it classes up any ride. Its canvas construction and dapper leather accoutrements are attractive and durable. Boasting rigid panels on the back and bottom for added support and sag prevention, this pannier also sports a double layer of canvas on the backside for extra toughness. Tapered bottom corners give you extra heel clearance, too. Organization is easy with an interior wallet pocket and extra lashing loops on the top. The fully adjustable lower hook assembly attaches to any rear rack (sold separately) easily. Plus, you can avoid both paper and plastic bags: just grab the carrying handle and bring it right into the store.
When it's time to load up the bike and go, whether it's across town or across Europe, Banjo Brothers' Rack Top Pannier Bag has the features to serve you well. It attaches to pretty much any rear rack and gives you huge cargo capacity. It's trim when you just do quick jaunts and if you need serious room, just drop the panniers down and go big. Thick padding pulls double duty by insulating your snacks and protecting your gear. The ripstop fabric upper and rugged ballistic bottom panel are tough enough for cross-country treks, too. Reflective accents provide 360 degrees of visibility and there's a clip for a taillight as well. What's more, a detachable shoulder strap lets you carry the whole bag easily into the office or up to the summit for a photo-op.
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