Pannier Pockets™

(7 customer reviews)


Giant Loop Pannier Pockets are a minimalist version of tank panniers that expand front-of-bike storage while staying out of the rider’s way. Pannier Pockets integrate seamlessly with the harness on Giant Loop’s Fandango and Diablo Tank Bags or can be mounted independently with an included webbing strap. Connect them across the middle with the sides strapped to tank, shrouds, or engine guards with a Buckin’ Roll Tank Bag installed. An incredible value for a Made in USA lifetime product.


Two 2-liter pockets for a total of 4 liters of packable volume.

Rugged 22 ounce Bomb Shell™ vinyl coated fabric.

Mil-spec materials and hardware with multiple webbing MOLLE-style daisy chains.

Water-resistant YKK zippers.

Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Made in the USA.


Fits virtually any motorcycle make and model and is compatible with the Kiger, Fandango, and Diablo Tank Bag harness on 2014 to present models.

Specifications and Instructions

  • Volume 4 liters (244 cubic inches) total volume (two 2-liter pockets)
  • Dimensions 10” L x 3.5” W x 4.5” H (25 cm L x 9 cm W x 11 cm H).

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer,and Cadmium and cadmium compounds, which is known to the State of California tocause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Upgrades and Accessories

  • Pronghorn Straps™

  • Vinyl Protective Film


7 reviews for Pannier Pockets™

  1. Ian Turnbull

    I have these positioned either side of the tank of my CB500X and are very useful for holding items I need quick access to easily, but don’t want in the tank bag. These are very waterproof pouches and really handy to have. As all Giant Loop products the build quality is excellent.

  2. Michael Maresca

    I bought these and put them on my KTM 1209 Super Adventure R. I rigged them so the two bags are tied together, and the snap end connects to the engine guard. This way if I ever want to I can take the bags off together and just throw them over my shoulder or something.

    Usually keep a small tool bag some sanitizer/sunscreen in one pouch (with a little extra room), and misc stuff in the other. You could put a bottle of water or something in one which is helpful at times.

    I set these forward so I could have a little extra wind protection as well as carrying stuff. Maybe the best investment I ever made.

    I’m now getting the orange ones to color match my bike lol

  3. Kimberly Vail

    I put these on my Tenere and they were a great addition to side-saddle my Fandango tank bag. I wanted easy access for items that I don’t want to “disappear” in my panniers on longer trips and then for day use they along with my tank bag hold everything I need.

  4. Joseph

    I recently purchased a Honda CRF 300l and I wanted to have a place to put my cell, keys, snacks and a water bottle. I purchased a pair of pannier pockets and they fit perfectly high up on the radiator plastics – still leaving the vents open for cooling the little thumper. Easy to install, good zippers, nice looks and perfect size. Great product! Want to purchase the Mojavi bags to complement!

  5. Jim Stein

    I recently purchased these Pannier Pockets to attach to my Buck n Roll tank bag when I head to my local trails. This was a way to ditch the backpack and still take a few tools and lunch with. When they arrived I mounted them up as advertised and were perfect! Then I mounted my Coyote saddle bags and started playing around with my system. I found these Pannier Pockets mount up very nice on the front of my Coyote much like the Possibles pouch. I love the quality and versatility of Giant Loop products. It’s like a big boy set of legos that I can arrange in variety of ways to get me on different adventures. Keep up the good work GL!

  6. Diego Astorga

    A must have for the best combo! I can carry tools without damaging camera or phone in the Fandango.

  7. Scott (Dirt Chimp) Chisholm

    I am a big fan. These don’t fit on every bike, but when they do, I have them. For me I have a tow strap, tube, and hand pump in one side, and my “always carry” safety stuff on the other side.

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