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09/05/2011

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Raiyn

I love the idea, but I went with this
http://www.donkeyboxx.com/index.php/default/shop/donkey-boxx-bicycle-pannier/

I'd been looking for a comparatively inexpensive, recycled / recyclable, waterproof(able), made in the USA (actually in the region where I grew up) set of panniers to use for commuting and as a first foray into light touring for quite some time now and these met all my criteria. I also considered the fact that they’re made by disabled folks to be a pretty big bonus.

two wheels good

Another idea I wish I had before I bought a manufactured pair — a lot of bulky products (pet food, cat litter) come in these recycled plastic bags that are easily cut and have no seams, just a glued joint and sewn end for opening. The 25 pounders might be too big but I expect someone with some sewing-fu could make a waterproof pannier or carrier bag from one. Noisy but cheap.

Domaca zahrada

nice I like that

Mark @ SPDShoes.org

Great idea but... I am sure I am not the first to ask this, but what happens when it rains? And these can tear quite easily in any case, right?

KZ

pretty sure these were meant for essentials and not a hoarding run. practicality, folks. i like this.

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