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Whether you are commuting long distances for work or waiting for the spring thaw to go on a tour, pack your gear in the Louis Garneau Stream F-34 Bag. Easily mount this pannier to the front or back of your touring bike with the B-3 Quick Clips, and start racking up the miles. An included rain cover keeps gear dry on wet rides, while reflective fabric and taillight loops keep you visible to other road users.

Tech Specs

front racks, rear racks
34 L
[inner panels ] plastic, [rain cover] nylon
Recommended Use:
Touring, commuting
Number Included:

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Unanswered Question

Is volume 34Lt each or for both?

Is volume 34Lt each or for both?

Avg. ride time: 3h 33m per week
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Good for the money

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These are a nice looking set of compression panniers, one issue I have with anything that LG makes is their use of cheap zippers, I broke one of the pulls on my first trip with these. Easy fix with a paperclip, but an issue with thier products as I had the same issue with a set of thier botties which I returned due to the zipper breaking on the first try.


Solid panniers for commuting or travel

    These bags are great - they expand as needed and the compression strap holds things in place when I don't need the full volume. I had to add a piece of cardboard so the rivets on the back don't scratch up whatever I put in the bag. No big deal. The mounting to my rack makes me a little concerned. They work great now, but they're just plastic so over a couple years of use I'm worried they'll snap. Only time will tell.