Oxford RT15 Tailpack - Pannier System OL320

Oxford RT15 Tailpack - Pannier System OL320
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    Oxford's impressive RT (Roll-Top) waterproof soft luggage system. Versatile, practical and well priced with tons of features. RT luggage is available in 15, 30 and 60 liter capacity.

    Use the RT15 OL320 as a stand-alone tail bag, strap two bags to the side as panniers or use a set of 3 combined for a total of 90L (if 3x RT30 is used) luggage capacity. Bags can easily be stacked (see images above). This luggage line is part of Oxford's Lifetime Luggage which means ... yes, lifetime warranty.

    Based on a the well known dry-bag system, the bag opens at the top revealing a huge compartment with a red liner. The liner is removable which means you can leave the outer shell on the bike and take the inner bag with all your stuff with you. RT bags are constructed from Ripstop Nylon, tough, durable and lightweight. Several smaller side pockets with waterproof zippers are available as well as bright neon yellow safety flap which can be made visible or not. Plenty extra D rings, straps and buckles are all over the bags.

    Dimensions:
    12.2" (310mm) long
    7" (180mm) wide
    5.5" (140mm) high

    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Amazing Bag & Customer Service, 10.12.2016
    Reviewer: Marcus Sandberg (Aptos, CA)

    Bought the tailpack version of this by mistake...needed the tank one instead b/c my co-worker had one and it was awesome. The customer service on return and re-ship was hands down AMAZING. New item shipped same day and has an ETA of 2 days! Lightning fast delivery as well? Imagine if every business was like this? Extremely impressed with the products and people behind this company. You have a fan for life...and all it took was a brief phone call and 5 minutes.