Ortlieb panniers or ...?

Discussion in 'Touring and Adventure Cycling' started by Tim330, 18 Dec 2017.

  1. Blue Hills

    Blue Hills Guru

    Location:
    London
    No need to spend that much. I have a few cubes and bought some more to use with the ortliebs, but now don't use them. They sure aren't going to stay anything like a cube once rammed into the panniers. I find various sizes of mesh bags with tops fastened with a cord and toggle far more practical and flexible. And way cheaper.
     
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  2. aegis

    aegis Senior Member

    [QUOTE 5154081, member: 45"]Cheap...

    AmazonBasics Packing Cubes - Small, Medium, Large, and Slim (4-Piece Set), Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B014VBGUCA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_sT.HAb623KXFQ[/QUOTE]

    But not as cheap as Ikea.

    http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/...ravel/förfina-pack-bag-set-of-6-art-90328178/
     
  3. Heltor Chasca

    Heltor Chasca Out-Riding the Black Dog

    I have a couple of Amazon’s cubes and they are great. However my old mesh kindling bags are even better. And they are orange. I like orange.
     
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  4. Kurious

    Kurious New Member

    Location:
    London
    Switching from the Karrimor Kalahari, I thought I would miss the external pockets, but not at all. I still take drybags to avoid damp contamination when throwing in damp stuff.
    Second the idea of gaffa taping any rubbing areas on the racks.
    Remained waterproof after a vicious fight with an Alp (the Alp won) although one detached completely from the rack & did some off-piste downhilling on its own.
    Tough old things.
     
  5. Blue Hills

    Blue Hills Guru

    Location:
    London
    Which pannier?

    Did it use the QL2 hooks where the insert goes in from the bottom?
     
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