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Detours Georgetown Dry Pannier Review

By Eric Miller - May 8th, 2013 - No Comments
Detours Georgetown Dry Pannier Review
If you’re a dedicated bike commuter and you ride in foul weather, you know the importance of bags and panniers actually keeping your stuff dry. This past winter I had the opportunity to test out the Detours Georgetown Dry Pannier. The Georgetown repelled everything that Mother Nature (and I) could throw at it. Detours Georgetown Dry Pannier Features Interior zip pocket Key clip in front pocket Removable shoulder strap Haul handle Roll-top closure TPU-coated waterproof flap Dimensions: 9.5 x 8 x 15 inches Volume: 850 cubic inches Product Weight: 2 pounds Capacity: 22 pounds Price: $105 Detours Georgetown Dry Pannier Review First and foremost, the Detours Georgetown Dry Pannier is fully weatherproof. I had it out in heavy rains, snow, sleet, plowing through slushy puddles, and even dry, dusty dirt roads and it kept everything (truly everything) on the outside. The only thing I didn’t do, was fully submerge it. The Georgetown packs serious weather protection. With the weather-protection comes durability. The pictures to the right are after the winter of use. I used the Georgetown almost daily all winter long and after it’s all said and done it looks almost brand new. The Georgetown is very unassuming. Solid black, basic cube shape, and only a few key features. While it’s not a feature-heavy pannier, it excels at almost everything it does have. It features a single, open compartment design. The interior does feature a slim, zip pocket an...Read more...


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