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Thread: Ordering these Lonerider soft bags/racks

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    In this area lots of people are moving away from the stock or aftermarket aluminum cases and going to soft cases. Makes sense to me. The only thing the aluminum cases have going for them is convenience (easier to get into than folding and unfolding the top over on these bags) and the fact that they make acceptable camp chairs.

    What size are you planning to get?

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    38L and 45L. Yes, they are more time consuming to utilize, but in a fall over or crash, going to be less costly. The eventual solution will be to have a second set of aluminum panniers that fit the same racks and swap them out depending on where one is riding.
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    I myself went with soft panniers...However, I think that the biggest advantage that hard panniers still have is the ability to lock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romoto View Post
    I myself went with soft panniers...However, I think that the biggest advantage that hard panniers still have is the ability to lock.
    And they are pretty much knife-proof...
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