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Giant Loop Round The World Panniers - RTW16

Item # : 493778

Luggage racks and mounting hardware not included.

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Giant Loop Round The World Panniers - RTW16

Item # 493778


Giant Loop Round The World Panniers

Round The World Panniers combine rack-mounted convenience with the benefits of soft luggage for long haul adventure motorcycle travelers. Waterproof, lightweight, super stable and built to take the punishment of off-road riding, the Round The World (RTW) Panniers deliver 90+ liters of packable volume and weigh just 13 pounds.

The Round The World Panniers mount to virtually any motorcycle luggage rack system using the rack manufacturer’s hardware (NOT INCLUDED), making them compatible with virtually any hard luggage mounting system (flat, vertical, hoop-styles such as Touratech). Main compartment rolls closed, additional gear can be secured to outside of Panniers with compression flaps, and two huge pockets (one roll-top, one open top with draw cord) provide quick access to essentials. Includes two waterproof inner liner Dry Pods.


  • Volume: 90+ liters
  • Weight: 13 lbs
  • Dimensions: Pannier Body 21" tall x 15" wide x 7.5" deep; Front Drawstring Pocket 7.5" x 11" x 3.5"; Rear Roll-Top Pocket 7.5" x 11" x 3.5"
  • Includes two waterproof inner liner Dry Pods
  • Includes two internal poly framesheets for solid mounting
  • Large exterior pockets front and rear (one drawing top, one roll top)
  • Ballistic nylon compression wings stabilize load and provide additional gear carrying options

Manufacturer Part Number: RTW16



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what luggage rack can be used with these panniers for klr 650

Asked by: caljustcal
check out the information on the Giant Loop website and the vid they provide bags do not come with any mounting hardware, GL site has some suggestions also you can directly bolt on they do take some time to mount the first time and needs some tools to complete the job
Answered by: Grunig Racer
Date published: 2019-02-06
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