T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)
T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)
T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)
T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)
T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)
T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)
T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)

T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair)

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Front or rear touring panniers with a large zippered opening to the main compartment and extra pockets for easy access and functionality.

If your rack tubing diameter is bigger than 15mm (and up to 21mm), you will need the Oversized Cam-Lock. More details here

Weight: 1.78 kg (3.9 lbs)
Volume: 28 L (1700 cu. in.)
Position: Front or Rear

- Made in Canada
- Made of tough 1000 Denier Cordura
- Patented Cam-Lock® Hook system
- Large #10 YKK zipper on main compartment
- Front mesh pocket for quick on the go storage of clothing and gear
- Front of pannier opens completely for great access
- Internal aluminum frame to support the panier and prevents sagging

Proudly Made in Canada

All of our bags, panniers and accessories are designed in our Canadian office. When it comes to the production and assembly of the T-28 Classic Touring Panniers (Pair), it is hand-sewn in our production facility in Sherbrooke.

Equipped with the Cam-Lock®

The Cam-Lock is our patented attachment system. It allows you to securely attach or quickly remove your bike bag from your rack in a matter of seconds.

Designed For Your Next Touring Trip

The top zippered pocket is great for quick access to small items and the front mesh pocket is a great place to store a wet jacket or any other piece of clothing you need to shed during the ride. The large size YKK zipper on the main compartment goes all the way down the front of the pannier and opens up completely, just like a suitcase, for ease of access and functionality. Inside the main compartment, a lightweight aluminum frame prevents the bag from sagging.

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