- Large front pocket
- Bottom zippered compartment holds a rain cover (included)
- Expandable capacity, 850-1050 cubic inches
- Fabric strip covers clips for snag-free, off-bike use
- Light loops with reflective details
Detours Fremonster Flap Pannier Bag: Teal
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With water-repellent fabrics and a design that easily adapts to a shoulder bag for off-bike use, the Fremonster is an urban commuter's dream. Large front pocket. Bottom zippered compartment holds a rain cover (included). Expandable capacity, 850-1050 cubic inches. Fabric strip covers clips for snag-free, off-bike use. Light loops with reflective details. Neoprene laptop sleeve. Key clip. Padded shoulder strap for comfort and versatility. Interior mesh pocket. Color: Teal. Total Volume: 17.2. Weight: 816. Defined Color: Blue. Number of Compartments: 5. Access Style: Zipper. Tube Diameter: 12. Carry Location: Front or Rear. Off Bike Carrying Method: Shoulder Strap. Waterproof: Yes. Primary Material: Waxed Cotton Canvas. Individual or Pair?: Individual.
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A pannier is so much nicer than a back pack. It keeps the weight lower to the ground. I don't even notice the difference between empty and fully loaded.
The hooks for the strap are on the outside of the zipper. It is easiest to keep one side hooked up and put the rest of the strap in the front pouch. Everything else I've tried in the front pouch has fallen out.
I had a few reservations about buying this bag, but they've all been assuaged. I didn't believe that just two top clips would keep it secure on my bike, but they absolutely do; it doesn't wobble at all, even when I bump down curbs and so on.
I was worried it might get too muddy because my commute is along a gravel rails-to-trails trail in the Pacific Northwest, so there's a fair bit of mud involved, but the times it's gotten splashed the mud just wiped off. I'm pretty sure no one at work has even noticed it's a pannier; it just looks like a messenger bag, albeit an unusually tall and narrow one.
My final worry was the stowable rain cover -- would it be annoying to use? -- but I actually love that it's stowable. In good weather I forget it's there, but it's no pain at all to pull it on in bad weather. Sometimes I put it on at night just for the extra high-viz fabric, too.
This is one of those great accessories that I really enjoy using every time I pick it up. And it's so much cheaper than the other pannier/messenger bag options out there! I'm really glad I bought it.