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Burro Hunting Pannier with External Pockets- (Set of 2 pannier)

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  • Regular price $445.00

Mountain Ridge Gear's pack saddle panniers offer unparalleled versatility. They adjust to perfectly accommodate various animals, such as horses, mules, donkeys, and even llamas. The panniers are designed to fit sawbucks, Deckers, and riding saddles alike — making them the ultimate choice for any set up. Additionally, these panniers are lightweight and roll up to occupy minimal space behind the saddle.

These panniers have dedicated 10" x 10" pouches sewn on both ends of the bags, providing easy access to important items along the trail without having to unpack an entire bag! 

Tested and Proven Pack Saddle Panniers

Our pack saddle panniers have been extensively tested in the back-country of Colorado in the harshest conditions possible. Before I offer them to you I make certain these panniers will handle what I would put them through. I am confident if gear meets my strict standards it will meet yours. You can rest assured that Mountain Ridge Gear panniers and outdoor gear are built to last and will stand up to years of use. One of the most important features of these panniers...they are made in Colorado, USA!

  • Burro Hunting Pannier: 24" x 17" x 9" (61 x 43 x 23 cm) = approx. 3672 cu. in.
  • 1000D nylon Cordura
  • #10 YKK zippers on full open top flap with Velcro closer, #8 YKK zippers on external pockets 
  • Messenger bag style flap with mil-spec side release buckles
  • 2 - 8" x 12" pockets under flap
  • 12" x 6" internal hanging pocket 
  • Sides and bottom are double lined in 1000D nylon Cordura (single grommet on the bottom)
  • 28" x 1.5" webbing with mil-spec ladder lock buckles for attaching to a sawbuck or saddle
  • 28" x 2" webbing center strap with heavy duty 2" mil-spec side release buckle
  • 1" x 1/4" lightweight, strong removable aircraft aluminum stay. (Gives the bag stability when loaded and helps distribute the weight evenly)

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