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  • Racktime Tommy Pannier
  • Racktime Tommy Pannier

Racktime Tommy Pannier

C$219.99
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Made of seam-welded IP-63 waterproofed tarpaulin used on boats in Finland, this bag is designed to deal with truly inclement weather. You can trust the Racktime Tommy pannier bag to get your stuff from A to B snug and dry. 

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Not every commute happens when the weather is beautiful and sunny - sometimes you've got to suck it up and ride in the rain, sleet, or snow. You can trust the Racktime Tommy pannier bag to get your stuff from A to B snug and dry. 

Made of seam-welded IP-63 waterproofed tarpaulin used on boats in Finland, this bag is designed to deal with truly inclement weather. The design features a zippered main compartment and two smaller internal pockets, and a beefy buckle to secure the flap and keep everything inside bone dry. The reflective details add visibility on dark and stormy days, and the bag can be converted to a messenger using a shoulder strap (not included). It snaps easily onto your rack using the Racktime Hook System and stays in place over large bumps thanks to the locking clamps.   

Don't let a grey day rain on your parade - bring the Tommy along and enjoy the ride no matter the forecast!

Features

  • Weight: 930g (32.8 oz)
  • Maximum load: 22 lbs (10 kg)
  • Volume: 15L
  • Snapit system works seamlessly with Racktime Racks
  • Seam-sealed Finnish tarpaulin and coated Italian cotton makes this bag waterproof to IP-63
  • Semi-rigid construction
  • Flap secures with robust buckle to keep contents secure and dry
  • Zippered main compartment and two smaller internal pockets
  • Reflectors for added visibility on stormy days

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