Saddle Bag Rolltop Pannier 20

6 reviews 0 5 3.5
100% waterproof Saddle Bag Rolltop pannier bag with lightweight Knurled Welded™ construction and integrated laptop sleeve. Mounts with included rack adapter and is hardware-free off the bike. Guaranteed for Life.


20-liter Welded-Waterproof Pannier works on and off the bike. The pannier bag itself is hardware free. Each bag comes with a Knurled Welded™ rack adapter that affixes to most racks. This keeps the hardware on the bike not the pannier bag. Off the bike, the Saddle Bag Rolltop Pannier is built to be carried comfortably on the shoulder with included shoulder strap or as a tote using the 5-bar haul handles. Made for adventure biking and all-weather commuting, the lightweight Saddle Bag Rolltop Pannier is 100% waterproof. Includes integrated laptop sleeve, five-bar haul handles, and Hypalon® MOLLE system. Guaranteed for Life.

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• Included quick-release shoulder strap
• Five-bar haul handles for tote style off-body carry


• Waterproof rolltop with compression straps
• Integrated laptop sleeve fits 15” Macbook Pro
• Hypalon MOLLE loops for modular adaptability
• Tested and approved for loads up to 25 kilos (55 lbs).


• Knurled RF Welds for lightweight, waterproof construction
• Lightweight and durable, 600-denier poly upper nylon
• Durable Hypalon bottom panel
• Flat black powder-coated steel Knurled Welded™ Rack Adapter and hardware

Customer Reviews 6 item(s)

great product
love this bag! plenty of space; completely waterproof - have been using it almost daily for close to a year and it still looks and works great. the mounting system takes a bit to get used to, but once you get used to it, it's simple and quick. I would buy this product again and recommend it to friends
Review by urbancyclist / (Posted on 1/16/2016)
Bag rocks but mount sucks
The bag is solid and has plenty space for me. The mounting system is far from easy. Hooking the lower slender hole goes easy but upper two to hook on the bracket, I have to use finger to stick in the opening of bag to open up enough gap so that the upper two holes go through the hooks of bracket. This is far difficult and time consuming that I thought. It's really frustrating in the cold evening when the lighting is bad, and finger is cold.
Review by Ty / (Posted on 1/4/2016)
Way too heavy.
Mounting hardware that mounts to the rack weighs 6+lbs, making the whole setup around 7lb. This thing is a boat anchor. I guess I'm putting this thing up on Craigslist and making it someone else's problem.
Review by Steve / (Posted on 9/22/2015)
Awesome bag! Great design!
I've been using this bag for almost a year now and it is great! I was looking for a pannier without hardware because I needed to carry it around after my commute. It also comes with a small strap that facilitates carrying it with ease; I regularly use the strap to carry it messenger-style which is comfortable. The bag is easy to get on and off the mounted rack, but is best to do it before it is fully loaded. The padded section for my laptop is very secure and there are a few more slots for pens and a multitool. I also use a utility pouch for my wallet and keys so they are easy to find. I have used the outside loops to secure a u-lock to the outside of the pannier which is also very functional. Bag is waterproof and bombproof. This is a great bag and I wouldn't buy any other pannier.
Review by Swampy / (Posted on 6/30/2015)
Great bag. Room for improvement.
I have been commuting and tooling around town with this bag for half a year now. It has all the hallmarks of Chrome quality craftsmanship and will likely last me a lifetime (my commute is pretty light). It is light and functional as well, but a little narrow on space.

My only complaints are the handles/strap and mounting system. The handles are long, if I carry the bag by the handles it almost drags on the ground and I am 6'-2". The handles are tight around my shoulder if I carry the bag like a purse. The shoulder strap is okay but must be clipped/unclipped every time you take it on/off the bike. The mounting system requires you to bend the top of the bag to get the holes lined up. Tough to do if you have the bag full.

All that said I've adjusted and would eventually consider adding another matching bag but will definitely wait for a discount.
Review by Ben / (Posted on 6/12/2015)
Great bag, particularly for a laptop
Great bag for commuting with a laptop. I keep my office equipment in this and easily slip on/off the bike when I get to where I'm going, or if I need to hop on the bus.
Review by Nic / (Posted on 5/13/2015)