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Banjo Brothers Minnehaha Series Canvas Waterproof Pannier

Old 09-14-21, 07:53 PM
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Banjo Brothers Minnehaha Series Canvas Waterproof Pannier

Anyone have experience with this bag? Looking for a new commuting pannier and I like the looks of this one. Seems to be pretty much sold out everywhere right now. I found one place that is selling it at a premium, but I think I will wait.

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Waxed canvas/cotton need to be rewaxed after some time, whereas the thermoplastic polymer type dry bags are tougher layered and will be lower maintenance. Sure the liner keeps everything dry inside. The wax will also show scuffs a little easier. I personally use Green Guru pannier bags, which are made of recycled inner tubes and can handle heavy rain for 30 mins before the water will enter into cracks in the seams once saturation occurs. The backpack is very nice and convertible into a pannier bag.
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