The rucksack is an accessory designed to be used day in, day out, and for that reason, when you buy one, it is important to opt for a brand that knows what it is doing and crafts their wares in the right way. North Street are one such brand and their excellent selection of Pannier Backpacks is a fine example of just how great they are at what they do.
North Street are a Portland based purveyor of bags and other accessories but, given our love of adventure and cycling here at Coolector HQ, it is their Pannier Backpacks that have really caught our eye. For anyone on the hunt for a robust, versatile and stylish new carry, read on.
If you’re a regular cyclist, you’ll know only too well the problems of trying to use a bag that isn’t conducive to riding a bike. With these Pannier Backpacks from North Street, you need have no such concerns as they’ve been built from the ground up with cyclists in mind and serve as the perfect carry solution to those who need to ride and port their stuff around at the same time.
It is a convertible backpack pannier and it makes porting your essentials about extremely simple both on and off the bike. All you need do is pack your bag, attach it to your bike, then toss it over on your shoulder when you get where you’re going. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.
When using a bag principally whilst cycling, the materials used in its construction need to be up to scratch and the North Street Pannier Backpacks definitely don’t disappoint in this department. Crafted from military-grade 1000 denier CORDURA® nylon which is famed for its durability and damage resistance. The exterior shell of these great looking packs will easily withstand the daily wear and tear of commuting about on your bike.
Whether it’s commuting to and from work or heading up a mountainside for something a bit more adventurous, these superb backpacks from North Street won’t let you down and the fact they’re purpose built with cycling in mind is sure to make them appeal still further. A great choice of carry for the regular cyclist.
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