ArcEnCiel® Water-Resistant Bicycle Rear Seat Carrier Bag Double Pannier Bag Army Green 45L with High Quality

ArcEnCiel® Water-Resistant Bicycle Rear Seat Carrier Bag Double Pannier Bag Army Green 45L with High Quality

ArcEnCiel® Water-Resistant Bicycle Rear Seat Carrier Bag Double Pannier Bag Army Green 45L with High Quality
@ This bicycle rack bag is specialized for long distance riding. After special pulp technology, its water proof performance can be much better than normal fabric.

The Five Point Star logo brings fashion and adventure spirit.

Having super large storage and excellent design, the bicycle rack bag is an excellent choice for all kinds of wild riding activities.

Color:Army Green


Size:14.6*12.6*7.9 in


Weight:2420g


Material:Specialized polyester + carbon fiber pattern

Acute angle design on the front to make sure the zip works perfectly

Reflective wrapping strip

Additional bottle pack

Inner PE foam, anti-shock

Ribbon handle & aiguillette on both sides

  • Adjustable capacity. Up to 50L capacity, Maximum load 130 Pounds
  • Ultra-durable materials, best for long distance cycling
  • Multi-functional Bicycle Rear Seat Trunk Bag Shoulder Handbag Bag Pannier
  • Stylish appearance,disassembling Convenient
  • 12 OZ encryption organic canvas, rainproof

List Price: $ 129.99

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2 thoughts on “ArcEnCiel® Water-Resistant Bicycle Rear Seat Carrier Bag Double Pannier Bag Army Green 45L with High Quality

  1. 46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Giant bags means more responsible rigging, June 6, 2015
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    This review is from: ArcEnCiel® Large Seat Bicycle Carrier Bag
    First, I’m upgrading from smaller Iberia panniers. I’ve had these 1 day. I intend to update more later.
    These ArcEnCiel panniers are labeled as Roswell panniers, and they are HUGE. You can fit two 1-gallon jugs in the bottom. Then another 2 jugs over them. They are good for grocery runs or cross country touring. They are variable height, you can pack them up like a backpack. But once you get past a certain height, they can not secure clip to the outer side clip. (see pic for the side clip) However, they still close via the waterproof Velcro tops.
    Second, because of size, certain aspects of physics come into play. If you under load the bags, the bottom edges will begin to curve inwards a bit and you need to make sure you rig them to not have the edge tips touch the spokes. However, I added thin fiberboard inserts cut to the size of the bottoms to improve rigidity and arrest the curve-in aspect. Possibly overkill, but I’m an engineer.
    Third, these do not have clips to attach to your rack, they are saddle bags that have 3 straps to attach to the rack. 2 in back, 1 in front. They have 2 under straps on the back of the bags to attached to the rack post to keep them from flopping when you turn left/right. They also appear to be waterproof. The tops fold over, Velcro, then folds over again and Velcros again similar to a water tight bag for kayaks. But the fabric looks like heavy gauge nylon. Haven’t sported thru a rain yet, so can’t officially report.
    Fourth, these look (and are labeled by Roswell) as long distance touring panniers, they have lots of cords for rigging, tightening, adjusting. You will have to make sure the extra dangling bits don’t get caught in your wheels. They have to be there because of the size, but you need to strap all the straps securely before riding.
    Fifth, I’ve got this on my ebike and have a 20# LiPo battery on one side. These don’t like to be unbalanced and I’ve had to add a strap support to improve the lopsided pull to the left.
    Sixth, I have concerns that the stitching may not hold up in the high stress points in the corners, as most of it seems to be single stitched. I’ll give updates on that.
    Seventh, they look military green and my wife said I looked so ‘boy scout’ with these on my bike. So if you are trying to look sleek and sexy, these aren’t for you. However, if you want to bring home 80 pounds of bacon and a dozen roses, these are your panniers.
    Overall, a good value for the money. The do require some careful thought to packing and paying attention to the panniers to make sure they don’t curve in and touch spokes, but that is if they are empty/ under packed. These bags seem to be a second generation design where they designed/made a bag, got feedback, and then redesigned and made another bag. I have high hopes for the next one.
    And a reminder, this bag ensure that you can always carry a first aid kit, and spare tube and pump.

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  2. 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Roswheel Bags are great, June 21, 2015
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    Derick L. (Arlington, VA) –

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    This review is from: ArcEnCiel® Large Seat Bicycle Carrier Bag
    These strap on. There are no instructions. They are huge and unwrap to be twice as tall as they currently are. This is what I wanted when I was shopping because my old panniers were too narrow and not wide enough. I wanted something for grocery shopping and camping so that’s what I got. The day after I installed them I got rained on, hard. Everything inside was perfectly dry.

    Updated: the bags ended up being flimsy when empty so they curved toward my disc brake and wheel. Had to remove.

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