Altura Dryline 56 review

The first thing we noticed about the Drylines is their durable, two-layered construction, which effectively creates a waterproof bucket inside a tough, Cordura outer. What we liked about these panniers is how easy they are to pack - they keep their shape really well, are lightly padded and have great rubber feet that add stability and durability.

Our rating 
4.5 out of 5 star rating 4.5
GBP £69.99 RRP
Altura Dryline Panniers

Our review

Although heavy, the shape of these panniers really suits commuting
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The first thing we noticed about the Drylines is their durable, two-layered construction, which effectively creates a waterproof bucket inside a tough, Cordura outer. What we liked about these panniers is how easy they are to pack – they keep their shape really well, are lightly padded and have great rubber feet that add stability and durability.

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The shape is deep too, so they’re good for tall bottles. There’s a big open front pocket for easy access to keys and the like, with various organisers. Reflective logos and piping are good but we’d have liked a bit more at the sides. The lid provides a sung fit, and extends down to keep things dry. Mounting is courtesy of R and K’s clip system – it’s adjustable and easy to use, with inserts available.

Product Specifications

Product

Name Dryline 56 Panniers
Brand Altura

Capacity 56
Sold As Pair Yes
Colour Black/Grey
Additional Bag Features Reflective Trim Shoulder Strap Waterproof
Closure Mechanism Buckles Zip
Attachment Mechanism Rixen and Kaul
Position On Bike Rear