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Bikers Trauma / O2 Pack Pannier

$188.30
SKU 1310BK

Bikers Trauma / O2 Pack Pannier
A top mount dual purpose bag which may be used as a trauma bag or an oxygen setup. Features a padded end pocket along with two side pockets and a pocket for two water bottles. The top bungee cords are great for storing larger loose items. An HDSR polypropylene divider provides protection and adds body to the main compartment.

When used for oxygen, the polypropylene shell stabilizes the oxygen “C” cylinder. The valve and regulator extend into the highly padded end pocket. The Bikers Trauma/O2 pack attaches to the rack with Velcro® straps and side release buckles. Made of 1000 denier Cordura® nylon, the bottom of the bag is nylon reinforced vinyl for easy cleaning and has self-repairing #10 YKK nylon zipper with a storm flap. 3M™heat applied silver reflective trim to minimize contamination.

  • Color: Black and Royal Blue.
  • MPN: #1310BK | MPN: #1310RB
  • Main Compartment: 10 1/2” L x 7 1/2” W x 8” H
  • Padded End Pocket: 7 1/2” W x 6”H x 3” L.
  • Weight. 40 oz.
  • Made in the USA.
R&B Pannier Mounting System 

The R&B Pannier Mounting System
All R&B Fabrications, Inc. panniers have been designed to simplify and speed their installation and removal. We use 2 inverted J hooks, which hang on the side rails of the rack and an elastic type bungee cord with an “S” hook to secure it to the bottom of the rack. For additional support when carrying heavy loads, we have also provided a detachable strap (#1312) that can be snapped onto the pannier and attached to the bicycle frame. The strap is equipped with a side release buckle for quick mounting and removal. If a #1310 Trauma/O2 Pack is used, it must be removed first.

We recommend a heavy-duty rack, which mounts in the seat area and attaches to the frame in the axle area. Our line of Bicycle Panniers has been designed by James Bowell of Troy Fire Department in Ohio. His expertise as an instructor and experience in this field has helped us to provide you with the best.