Mardy Cargo Pannier144.99
The Mardy Cargo Pannier is our highest capacity waterproof bike bag yet, packed full of features for living your life by bike. It attaches/detaches to your bike in seconds with super-strong Fidlock® magnetic buckles, then converts to a tote/shoulder bag off the bike. Featuring a separate shoe compartment, water bottle pockets, integrated raincover, LED zipper pull, and made from bluesign® recycled polyester fabric.
"The magnet clasps hold up on some very bumpy South Carolina roads, and it's big enough to haul groceries home and attractive enough to bring in to work meetings. I've hardly had to clean it yet somehow but it does wipe down very easily and dries fast when and if I get caught in the rain and don't stop to unroll the cover. This bag is genius!" - Mary M.
Volume: 25.1L / 1532 cubic inches
Weight: 2.9 lb
Waterproof: Includes built-in raincover
Nighttime visibility: Reflective details on sides and blinking LED zipper pull
Organization: 4 Exterior pockets, including 2 water bottle pockets, and 5 Interior pockets, including a padded laptop pocket
Convertible: Adjustable and detachable shoulder strap with shoulder pad, strap extends to 56" at longest length
Vegan fabrics: Made of bluesign® recycled polyester with tarpaulin base
Q: Does this product fit my laptop?
A: Yes, the padded laptop sleeve fits a 13" laptop. The main compartment fits a 15" laptop but we recommend you use your own sleeve.
Q: How much weight can this bag hold?
A: It is rated to hold up to 30 lbs.
Q: How do I replace the battery in the LED zipper pull if it dies?
A: Each LED zipper pull uses two CR1220 button batteries, which are readily available at drug stores. You can open the zipper pull with a tiny screwdriver, like the one used for glasses or watches.
Q: Are the batteries in the LED zipper pull recyclable?
A: Yes, the batteries are recyclable. Please recycle them! To find a location near you, visit Call2Recycle.
A portion of all of our sales goes to delivering bicycles to schoolgirls in rural Africa through our partnership with World Bicycle Relief. Read more here.