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Old 07-23-08, 10:40 PM
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Any Vaude dealers in the states?

I can't find any US dealers for this bag/pannier company outta Germany. Anybody know where to buy em here? Thanks!

Looking for either of these 2 panniers: "Cycle 25" or "College Bag H20"

https://www.vaude.de/hps/client/vaude...hbs/outdoor/en

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Old 07-24-08, 06:36 AM
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Vaude products are currently being imported by Liberty Mountain Sports. Lots of Vaude mountaineering stuff on their website, but no cycling stuff. Maybe you could contact them and ask?
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No luck, I called Liberty Mountain and they said this model isn't available in the states =(

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FWIW, I've got a pair of Ortlieb rear panniers and a set of Vaude front panniers. The Ortlieb is a better quality product in every way. What is it about the 2 Vaude models that makes you want them?
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