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Old 02-19-08, 06:47 AM   #1
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Anyone out there using Knog Panniers or trunks? I've found a good deal on a few of their products and wonder if they are worth it. Looking at Pod Panniers, Pod Trunks, Valore Pan, Valore Twin. Thanks is advance!
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Old 02-19-08, 08:25 AM   #2
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I have no idea how those products perform, but I do know they look very hip. I like their style a lot and I'm surprised other manufacturers aren't moving more in that direction. Last I looked, they didn't have enough volume for my purposes. I may be wrong about that as I haven't checked them out in quite a few months, but I seem to recall that that was my impression. Good look'in, streamlined pieces. They would do well to put out some choice in color.
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So, did you buy them? I was curious how the knog pod's attached to the rack.
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one of the guys at our shop is using one of their panniers for commuting and he seems to like it alot...possibly cause he has the urban hipster thing going on but the qualithy seems nice
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If you could, can you find out how it attaches? I thought of buying one, but the websites selling them didn't show the attachment system. I was attracted to the small ones simple opening lid.
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Does anyone have a mail-order source in the US or Canada for the Knog Valore twin?
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