In the rainy Pacific Northwest, the weather can get rough, just like your schedule, so isn’t it great having a bag that rolls with the punches? Our bestselling Woodward Backpack Pannier converts from a bike pannier to backpack in seconds with plenty of room for your next adventure.
The Woodward Backpack Pannier includes padded, ergonomic, stowable back straps, with a sturdy hook and bungee system to keep your bag in place on the most rugged ride.
Our internal velcro row system means you can play with our modular internal pocket options. Commuters with tech to haul, we got you—the Woodward Backpack Pannier comes standard with a built-in 15" laptop sleeve.
Made from 1000 denier CORDURA® nylon with a rain repellent recycled EcoPak drop liner.
Built with recycled EcoPak liner. This lightweight, ultra durable, waterproof layer is crafted from 100% recycled woven polyester by heritage sailmaker Challenge Sailcloth. Bright white for maximum visibility, VOC free, and comes with a big reduction in carbon footprint over traditional manufacturing methods.
- Handmade, built to last
- Converts from pannier to backpack in seconds with no extra partsLarge front external pocket with built-in organizer
- One open side pocket, one with velcro closure, for u-lock or water bottle up to 3.75" in diameter
- Retro reflective accent strip
- Ergonomic, padded backpack straps with optional add-on sternum strap
- Built with 1000 denier CORDURA® nylon shell fabric
- EcoPak LX200 recycled waterproof ripstop poly liner
- Bright white liner for increased visibility
Velcro-In Pocket Compatibility:
- Internal soft Velcro rows in main compartment enable adding or swapping out Velcro-In pockets as needed
- Space for one large 10" Velcro-In pocket and up to two 5" side pockets
- Internal built-in laptop sleeve for laptops up to 11" wide x 1" deep (fits most 15" laptops)
- 7″ deep x 11″ wide x 16″ tall (rolltop down) / 24" tall (rolltop open)
- 24L / 1442 cubic inches (rolltop down) - 32L / 1822 cubic inches (rolltop open)
For more info on the conversion process, or how to mount it as a bike pannier to your rack, check out the following blog post HERE.
"This bag held it together through rain, sleet, snow, and mud on several 22-plus-mile rides."
- Bicycle Times
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