The Commuter Garment Bag Pannier is designed to be your closet-on-the-go, with a hideaway pannier suspension system. The large main compartment has a bar across the middle to keep your clothes folded neatly. Three large pockets in the main compartment also help organize shoes and toiletries. Further, the bag has two flat see-thru vinyl pockets and two mesh pockets on the upper inside flap. Another large zippered compartment is accessed from the main area on the outside of the bag a roomy pocket offers ample extra space. For last-minute items there is yet another zippered flat pocket on the outside of this pocket. Also, the Commuter Garment Bag Pannier comes with a 1.5" shoulder strap. Across one side you will find the easy on, easy-off bungee suspension system that can be quickly hidden away by a Cordura cover. For extra security the attachment system is complimented with our Simple-LocÔ locking device. When you are ready to ride, simply un-zip the flap and pull over the attached rain cover which folds around the bag and protects your office files and other treasures. The bright yellow rain cover is highly visible and is completely waterproof with taped seams. It also has 3M 8910 Reflective Material sewn around the bag for 180-degree visibility. Rain cover can be stowed in the pocket.Mounting Instructions For Bungie Mount PanniersSpecifications:Volume: 1750ci/29 ltrDimensions: 20.5 x 20.5 x 3.25 (in) 52.07x 52.07 x 8.25 (cm)Weight: 60.8 oz/ 1.72kgMaterial: Dupont Cordura®FIELD NOTES: This is a single side pannier and only fits on the left side. When attempting to fit a Commuter Garmnet Pannier on an extra tall rack, you have three options: 1) dump it and buy a Jandd rack; 2) add an extra "S" hook or two to the one supplied ("S" hooks can be found at any hardware store); or 3) contact the Jandd Factory for a longer replacement bungee (we will need your rack's attachment length).Some riders have found that they do not need the rain cover and prefer to stow it by folding it away..
Archived reviews: Wall Street Journal July 2004. Newsweek September 2005.
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