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Ibera Bicycle PakRak Clip-On Quick-Release All Weather Single Pannier with Rain Cover
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- Quick-Release PakRak system - Clips on and releases within 3 seconds
- All weather rain cover included
- Multiple compartments, drawstring pouch for overflow, carrying strap for off-road use, reflective trim
- No flyaway straps
- Stylish design
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|Item Dimensions||16 x 6 x 12.5 inches|
|Item Weight||2.25 pounds|
|Material Type||Fabric; 1680D nylon; elastic; plastic|
|Shipping Weight||2.45 pounds|
Clips on and releases within 3 seconds - no straps required!
Ibera panniers can be used as a set or by themselves. All weather rain cover shields items from the elements.
Top zippered pocket and 2 large inside pockets hold smaller items with a drawstring pouch for overflowing items. Elastic bands hold down flyaway buckle straps for a streamlined look and stylish design.
When used with Ibera PakRak Touring Carrier Plus+, other top-mounting PakRak bags can be mounted simultaneously (IB-BA1, IB-BA3).
Specifications (for each pannier)Material: 1680D Nylon
Mount: PakRak Clip-On Quick-Release
Rain Cover: Yes
Capacity: 30 L
Dimensions: 16 " x 12.5" x 6"
Weight: 2.25 lbs.
Load weight: Carries up to 19.8 lbs. (9 kg)
Compatibility: Ibera PakRak Carriers IB-RA2, IB-RA3, IB-RA4, IB-RA5, IB-RA15 and most third-party touring carriers.
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I will get the 'clip-on' Insulated bag soon, as I like that they all fit together nicely, looks very versatile, and fits the PakRak .
I bought two of the panniers and, for my daily commuting, am very impressed with quality and the way Ibera products compliment each other.
Great bags though. Very happy!
there is only so far down the straps will compress, so if theyre nearly empty yer SOL. the top pouch in the flap is nice, but if you fill it too much youll have trouble closing it well.
my test was/is a daily ride on the roads, on trails, a cross-state trek, summer, dust, rain, gushing downpours, snow and ice riding, falls, errand running: loaded and maxed out with groceries like canned goods, milk, soda etc AND things that are more brittle but awkward like french baguettes as well
ive stuffed each bag (i have two of them) with well over a full load of clothes to take to the laundrette
its hauled plants and tools back and forth to my allotment at the community garden.
honestly its met every demand ive had.
if you want them for rear touring panniers, the size is nice. (not 30L like advertised, but then i think all pannier manufacturers exaggerate) then their size goes well with a pair of fronts as well, you wont end up throwing off the weight. i dont recommend using a rear rack that isnt made by ibera except maybe the axiom journey (another rack i have, that i replaced with an ibera)
keep in mind ortliebs largest panniers (the bike tourer and the bike packer plus) are only 42L for a pair of them, and the popular back roller classic is only 40L for the pair compared to 60L for a pair of these ibera bags.
there is certainly expansion room if you bought more than you thought, and the straps are long enough too allow for this now nearly as closed flap.
the inside "pockets" dont offer much room beyond a map or a tool, but the wrench, multitool, etc will fall to the bottom and wont be easy to get out. the inner pockets really only seem to be there to put the stiffening side walls in place.
the reflective strips could be larger as well.
the releasing arms for the clip system are NOT reversible, so one will point one direction and the other will point the other. haveing them designated as a left and right pannier or making those levers switchable would be a great plus.
the pocket on the flap only goes into the front of it, leaving no space at the top where it could really use it (for something like the rain covers or a rain jacket)
suggestions to improve the bag for next time (i think this is their 3rd attempt at a pannier) would be stealth reflective patches if theyre worried about how the bags look in the day. that way they can stay black until a headlight hits them.
maybe a stash strap on the inside of the top flap for the rain cover, a place on the side to clip a rear light, and maybe at least one or two "real" pockets on the inside.
oh, and a way to actually use the straps for compression (maybe not at a lower diagonal as well) and some good heavy duty clips that will lock and wont break (ykk makes some decent ones)
most of these are actually mods i plan on doing to my own panniers with e6000 to avoid stiching holes, velcro, 1" webbing and some ykk clips and stealth or white reflective patchs
for the 45-50$ price range youll be hardpressed to find a pannier this size and of this quality
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