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Green Guru Gear Dutchy Bike Bicycle Bike Upcycled Made in USA Pannier Bag
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- Made in Colorado, Built in USA from upcycled, vegan materials.
- Turn heads with these flashy, unique bicycle panniers.
- Large main compartment fits groceries and more.
- Weather resistant gussets.
- Reflective webbing light loops.
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The billboard Dutchy pannier is an easy access “trunk” for your bicycle. Modeled from the proven Dutch-style bike panniers, these bags will turn your bike into a grocery hauling machine. This pannier incorporates a universal mount system that easily fits any rack. When you reach your destination, the bags can be removed and used as totes to transport your belongings with a haul handle or a strap. They are made from upcycled billboards and banners from all over the United States.
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It is as beautiful as it is unique. Mine is dark green with tiny light spots, all uniform (no company logos or writing). Strap does not come of, but is easy to tug inside. Highlights are very visible and allow to clip on lights. This is neither dust nor waterproof (nor does it claim to) due to gaps in corners near lid. But the material itself is waterproof and will keep the worst out. Just don't put a naked laptop in a grocery pannier in a rainstorm.
Loaded with 17 lbs of groceries today: one quart of milk in glas bottle, 14 smallish apples in paper tote, 3 16oz cans, 2 cans of sardines, a bag of rice, 7 bananas, 1 red pepper. Could have probably fit a bit more in the gaps. A bit cumbersome to carry when full, but on the bike I only noticed it when letting go of the handlebars at a stop (oops). Rode it home about 4 miles. Even in an all-out standing climb all i noticed was a little extra weight. Did not budge on (mild) dirt track and potholes.
Attaches to my trek bike as if made for the rack. The generous clamps (too big for thinner rails?) click easy on the thick Bontager light rack rail, and are just close enough together to push it back far enough to be flush with the rear end of the rack. The strap to secure it at the bottom slides over the rounding of the low rail of the rack at hub level - think about attaching panniers when you buy a rack- a little horizontal bar at one below hub level is good.
Will revise if I fall out of love with this. Might get a second one for balance (only an issue at a stop) and additional capacity.
But: the banner material keeps tearing! I have had this bag for less than a year and I have patched it with duct tape and reflective tape over the past few months. But new tears keep appearing. It first started tearing wherever it had a crease from folding up in the original packaging. Now it is starting to tear along the seems and I will have to look for a new bag.
This is very frustrating. Don't buy this bag!
The product is fantastic - fits perfectly on the rail below my Toppeak bag, folds up nicely, weather resistant, and has a hard insert for shaping the bag. Holds more stuff than I would've thought possible for something that folds up so cleanly.
Just be warned that you have no idea what colors you're going to get because they're made from recycled materials!
- It's bright, cheery, and super roomy - fits my lunch bag, gym clothes, and purse.
- It's easy to get on and off the bike, but it won't pop off when you encounter potholes.
- It's waterproof, or at least water-resistant. I've been caught in a South Florida downpour with this bag and everything inside was dry when I got home 10 minutes later.
- I wouldn't walk long distances with it because the mounting brackets poke into my back and there is no padding on the strap. But it's a bike bag, not a backpack, so I won't ding it for that. There are other options if you need a bag to convert seamlessly between bike and back. I'm just glad that it has a shoulder strap.
- It's not professional enough for a conservative work environment. I'd recommend using it as a grocery-style pannier and putting a purse inside that you can take out and bring in to the office.
Folds up compact. I tend to run the shoulder strap through my rear wheel brakes if I forget to stow it well. Has a carry and go handle, which makes it easier to detach from the bike rack. Works as a shopping bag and can fit several frozen pizzas.
I am pretty happy with this bag. It may not prove useful in the rainy season, but it's doing a pretty good job now in the summer.