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Paramount Hybrid Pannier

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Thule Paramount Hybrid Pannier

The Thule Paramount Hybrid Pannier 26L seamlessly transitions from a bike pannier to a backpack, perfect for commuting to work or getting around town.

Responsible Collection
bluesign® APPROVED
zippered exterior (side and top), quick access front, internal laptop sleeves
Number Included
most bike racks
12.4 x 11.0 x 20.3 in
Claimed Weight
1lb 15.52oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

June 14, 2024

Great backpack/bike bag (some snags)

I've used it several times

Pros: I love this backpack. When I tell you Thule put engineering into this, they really did to ensure the purpose of this pack was achieved. Slots for clothes, laptop, tons of micro storage. With careful stuffing I was able to load for a 4 day bikepacking adventure (no camping gear). Zippers are waterproof and comes with a integrated rain fly which also is reflective. Looks great. Cons: the zipper attaching the backpack to the flip board which attaches to the panier rack unzipped twice over the course of 100miles almost causing me to dump the bag in traffic. Not goof! I also did max the capacity and possibly the weight. Second, would he great if it had a place for water storage e.g camelback or water holder. That being said the look is sleek as is. Lastly, does take some tweeking and adjustments when switching from backpack to bike bag.

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