Land's End Rear Pannier

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Land's End Rear Pannier

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Our new travel panniers are named after the famous Land's End to John O'Groats cycle route which traverses the length of the island of Great Britain between its two furthermost extremities. Hundreds of cyclists attempt this 874-mile route yearly, facing the challenges of Britain's inclement weather. The panniers are waterproof, light and durable to meet the demands of long distance cyclists, without sacrificing style. The closing system of the bag featuring a stylish leather insert enables cyclists to adjust the volume of each bag from a minimum to a maximum, as follows: min/max 19/23 l. Important Note: Pannier Sold Individually. In order to purchase a set of panniers as shown in the photo, please place 2 in the shopping basket. Panniers can be mounted on the left or right side.

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Our new travel panniers are named after the famous Land's End to John O'Groats cycle route which traverses the length of the island of Great Britain between its two furthermost extremities. Hundreds of cyclists attempt this 874-mile route yearly, facing the challenges of Britain's inclement weather. The panniers are waterproof, light and durable to meet the demands of long distance cyclists, without sacrificing style. The closing system of the bag featuring a stylish leather insert enables cyclists to adjust the volume of each bag from a minimum to a maximum, as follows: min/max 19/23 l. Important Note: Pannier Sold Individually. In order to purchase a set of panniers as shown in the photo, please place 2 in the shopping basket. Panniers can be mounted on the left or right side.

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  • Width : 320mm
  • Height : 420mm
  • Depth : 170mm
  • Volume : 19-23L
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Part of an old Brooks Tradition
15/04/2012
Written by ron turner
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
How many inches tall, wide and deep is this bag?

Who sells it in the U.S.A.

Thank you
A> The bag is adjustable in size, please visit a Dealer of Excellence in your area or purchase over our website.
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10/03/2013
Written by Rosemary Munro
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
It's not clear from the pictures provided whether the panniers have an external rear pocket or not? In the photo for the Ortlieb QL1 clip system there is no external pocket but for Rixen and Kaul there is. Can you clarify - is there an outside pocket? Is there an inside pocket? I bit more descriptive information about the Pannier and a bit less about Land's End to John O' Groats would help a lot. Thanks.
A> The earlier version had the external pocket, the newer (Ortlieb) version not.  We apologize for any confusion.
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10/07/2013
Written by Shannon Mulholland-Fisher
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
This is a question, rather than a comment, but the description does not let me know what the inside of the bags are like. Are the Land's End Rear Panniers rubberised on the inside, easy to clean with soap and water? I ask, because I will be transporting yoghourt and milk along with produce and other groceries in the panniers, therefore I need to be able to give them a wash once in a while to keep them clean, and from smelling (dairy proteins are awful for that). Also, please describe the colour of the panniers, it is not listed. Thank-you.
A> The inside of the bag is coated and can be washed out. Thanks!
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14/05/2015
Written by Robin Liddell
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
Recently replaced my Brooks Saddle which gave up after 35 years of use and it is, of course, wonderful. So the Lands End Panniers caught my eye when I needed new ones. The crazy nuts price kept me away for a while but I caught a discount that brought the price down to outrageous so I bought a pair. I use them to commute to work (about 38 miles round trip) a couple times a week and really like the roominess they provide. On/Off is very easy. I also like the roll-top closure. Very secure, water, practically air, tight and the bag is always the size of what you are carrying.



The one thing I would change would be the loop you are supposed to run the clips through before you secure them. For myself , I am just never going to do it (beyond the one time I tried it). If they feel this is important it should be a Velcro strap that is secured after the clips are on. (In fact, the wife might be able to make that change for me - hmm)



Anyway - Very nice Panniers, look great, they reek Brooks. For me they are worth the premium.
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07/01/2015
Written by Glenn Harmon
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
Greetings, can you tell me if this will fit on the Pashley Sovereign factory installed Pletscher rack? Many thanks.
 
A>  Yes it will
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18/04/2014
Written by Robbert vS
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
Received this beautiful bag yesterday. Looks and feels great ! One question and one comment. Question: how can I best clean it? Since I bought the desert colour version, this will at some point get a bit stained. Comment: even better would this bag be with a true handgrip. It doesn't have one now, which is somewhat inconvenient when carrying it around.
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29/08/2012
Written by Dana Jaekel
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
Can you please let me know whether the panniers are in the meantime equipped with a shoulder strap? I would like to purchase a pair but it is essential that they have a shoulder strap. Thanks!
A> The bags have a handle, but not a shoulder strap.  Nor will they in the near future.  However, due to loops inherent in their design, adding a strap should pose no difficulty.
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24/01/2013
Written by Peter Edwards
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
Excellent workmanship, fully waterproof, ideal for paperwork

BUT they sit very high on my Blackburn frame when they are loaded with anything much taller than an A4 file, so that it is then impossible to load anything on the top of the frame, at least without crushing the top half of the fully loaded panniers. A pity, so I usually have to use my old non-waterproof Kingfisher panniers for most journeys, and reserve the Brooks for special paperwork! Could not the fittings be positioned higher on the bags? -like near the top, as on most panniers.



Also, as leather is used in part, one of my bags had its leather part savagedto a pulp by a fox on its first night outside (I could not put the bike under cover that night). Folk should be warned, the fresh leather is very tasty to foxes, so they should bring the bags indoors or hang them out of reach!
A> This is the first feedback we've had that the bags sit too high, and we use them ourselves.  However we will look into a second edition for folks with this desire.



As for the fox, please you must be joking!
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02/02/2012
Written by Ringo Salfer
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
Q> Can you tell me the Materials, Size and Weight of the bag?
A> Made from an exclusive waterproof nylon material.
WEIGHT = Front pannier 690gr - Rear Pannier 970gr

LITERS = Front pannier 10 - 13 liters - Rear pannier 17,5 - 22 liters
 
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27/02/2015
Written by Robert Blair
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
I have both systems that Brooks offers as the subpar US distributor Highway 2 sent me one of each... That being said, I prefer the R&K system for true long distance touring. Although the Ortlieb system is much quicker to adjust and take off, the use of shims to snug up the bags makes them rattle more or generally feel less secure. I dont mean structurally secure, but properly rigid. The R&K although not as quick to dismount, feels much more secure in its attachment with it clasp system. My only complaint, and its rather minor, would be that the R&K is manufactured in China while the Ortlieb is manufactured in Germany. I personally prefer German manufacturing. Even if unfounded.
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26/05/2014
Written by iain colgan
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
What's the best way to clean these panniers?



I've tried hot water and soap and when they dry out, all the marks are still there. Really disappointed with this. Ortlieb panniers wipe clean and look new for years. My Brooks panniers and done 300 miles round the UK and look worn and dirty.
A> Soap and water is the best - please contact us through Getting in Touch 
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07/03/2014
Written by ben barber
LAND'S END Rear Pannier
I have seen one in black and the quality of the sack fabric was clearly superb. It was heavyweight



However the strap canvas fabric seemed much lighter weight and I would be concerned about it's condition at 1, let alone 10 years later. Please consider a heavier denier canvas strap



The colours you are offering are wonderful. Finally, I like the Ortlieb QL2 top clip on system, but I would lose the bulky fitting for the lower rack clip.... It''s large for basically a single hook, and at odds with the ethos of the otherwise simple, clean unfussy design. Beautiful quality pannier though and better than the photos!
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