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Altura Morph Pannier Backpack

Altura Morph Pannier Backpack

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Product Description

Engineered to be two bags in one, the innovative Morph Pannier Backpack is an easy to use, wipe clean pannier, as well as a great looking urban backpack incorporating Altura Draft Venting™ Technology and pre- comfort shoulder straps. The separate technology compartment provides easy access to documents and laptop or tablet whilst the large main compartment is designed to hold clothing, documents, and lunch, perfect for the regular commuter.

• Innovative 2 in1 design combining pannier and backpack 
• KLICKfix™ Vario Hook fitting
• Angled pannier mounting for high heel clearance 
• Large main compartment
• Protective laptop and tablet sleeves 
• Fits up to 15” laptops
• Internal organiser
• External access ‘plush pocket’ for phone/glasses 
• LED attachment point
• Raincover included with Altura Shield™ technology delivering water and wind protection
• Reflective detail

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Altura Morph Pannier Backpack Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.8
out of 5
4.83
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
4.50
Value For Money
5.00

Customer Reviews (1)

5
Awesome Backpack / Pannier Hybrid
by Anonymous user on 11/09/2018

It has been great so far, the switching mechanism is easy to use and it goes very easily on the rack. The backpack seems well built and sturdy, and I love that the straps and the pannier system are on different sides, making the backpack straps very comfortable to use. My only caveats: The pannier hooks don't click into place like Ortlieb panniers, they rely on a lock that I fear I may forget to set before riding, and they need a screwdriver to be adjusted. Also not waterproof but they provide a rain cover if you are caught in the rain.

It has been great so far, the switching mechanism is easy to use and it goes very easily on the rack. The backpack seems well built and sturdy, and I love that the straps and the pannier system are on different sides, making the backpack straps very comfortable to use. My only caveats: The pannier hooks don't click into place like Ortlieb panniers, they rely on a lock that I fear I may forget to set before riding, and they need a screwdriver to be adjusted. Also not waterproof but they provide a rain cover if you are caught in the rain.

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4.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 5/5