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SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers
SHAD SH36 Panniers

SHAD SH36 Panniers

£336.99 £288.66
 36 Litre Capacity (72 Litres Combined)
 1 XXL Full Face Helmet
 Waterproof & Impact Resistant
  • Description
  • Compatible Products
  • Reviews
Description

The SHAD SH36 motorcycle panniers have won the RedDot and the German Design Awards, making them the most design awarded panniers on the market.

Each SH36 pannier can store an XXL full-face helmet, as they offer 36 litres of storage per case. In addition, the pannier's inner tray and strap provide the additional security of securing your belongings even when the case's lid is open.

As with all SHAD products, they maximise storage whilst offering a sleek design that enhances the look of any motorcycle, as well as being entirely waterproof, thanks to SHAD's innovative double profile rubber seal.

The SH36 panniers are mounted onto the bike with SHAD's innovative '3P system', which is unique in the market. The '3P system' has been developed with consideration given to both security and appearance, resulting in an integrated and light design that SHAD has patented.

The streamlined 3P design minimises the typical rectangular frame, which has been replaced with a single arm in the shape of a horizontal 'L' that supports the three mounting points (3P) of the SH36 pannier.

Bike-specific '3P pannier fitting kit' sold separately.

Features
36 Litre Capacity (72 Litres Combined)
Fits An XXL Full Face Helmet
Waterproof & Impact Resistant
Inner Tray & Compression Straps Inside
Light Weight & Aerodynamic
Premium Smart Lock Supports One-Handed Opening
Designed In Barcelona
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Technical Details
View Fitting Instructions
Manufacturer Part Number: D0B36200
Product Weight: 9.14 kg

Capacity Width Height Depth Max Load
36 Litres 49cm 38cm 33cm 10 Kg
Compatible Products

SHAD SH36 Red Reflectors

£14.99£13.49

SHAD SH36 Pannier Inner Bags

£27.99£25.19

SHAD SH36 Pannier Coloured Covers

£45.99£41.39
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
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Kevin Framingham
BMW F900R SH36

Great panniers. Look good, easy to fit. Big enough for two people on a weekend trip. Mounting rails are hardly noticeable when boxes removed.

P
Philip Robinson
My Ideal Panniers

I ordered my Shad SH36 panniers from Bike Luggage and received them very quickly. I did initially consider getting the manufacturers branded Panniers for my bike, but these were different sizes, meaning I could only fit a helmet into one not both and they were not waterproof, which I consider to be desirable, if not essential when touring. So I looked around and found these Shad panniers. Both fit a full face helmet and they are waterproof, plus they are considerably cheaper and in my opinion actually look much nicer on the bike. They are sturdy and well made with a very clever locking mechanism which simplifies all of the necessary operations i.e. opening and closing the pannier and installing and removal of the pannier from the bike. Additionally, they should last years and of course, can easily be transferred should I change my current bike as all I would need would be a compatible Shad mounting system. No brainer really.

A
Antony Howe
Great quality panniers

Just acquired a pair of these Shad SH36 panniers, and I’m really impressed with the quality of these panniers and the mounting system on the bike.
They lock in place and can only be removed with the key, so very secure too!.
Recommended.

i
iBandit
Top quality cases that can be moved between bikes

I spent some time researching different luggage options for my BMW R1200RS. BMW’s top box was far too small for my needs and my bike doesn’t have BMW’s own rack fitted, so I chose a Shad SH48 top box and full fitting kit. The top box itself is excellent, the fixing kit for my BMW is heavy and needed some forcing into alignment so wasn’t an especially easy task to fit.

I considered buying BMW’s panniers as they are designed specifically for the bike and can be keyed alike to the bike’s key, but they are not guaranteed waterproof, unlike the Shad panniers, and I hate the appearance of the BMW pannier mounting rails (most of the time I ride without panniers). They are also very expensive - over £700, without inner bags.

I’d seen an RS with the Shad 3p system which looks far neater on the bike without the panniers mounted. Having been impressed with the SH48 top box I bought the matching SH36 panniers, complete with red reflectors, coloured inserts to match the titanium topbox, and inner bags. The panniers come with a third lock cylinder so after 40 minutes careful fiddling I’d changed the lock on the topbox to match the panniers - 1 key fits all three cases. Brilliant!

The thing that really persuaded me to buy Shad was that if/when I change the bike, I can keep the cases and just buy new mounting kits if needed for the new machine. If you are fortunate enough to have more than one bike you could even use them on either bike if you bought the extra mounting kits.

The panniers themselves are excellent quality - tough, good locking system, secure on the bike, easy to mount/remove. They comfortably fit my Shoei Neotec II helmet inside. I love the little shelf so things do not fall out when the pannier lid is opened. I’d like the whole outer surface to be painted rather than Matt black plastic, but hey-ho - the little optional titanium strip livens it up, but if I’d not already gone for the titanium on my topbox I’d give it a miss (expensive for a bit of painted plastic that doesn’t fit as well as the original) and simply stick to the smart looking free carbon covers instead. The covers were also very fiddly to replace. My only disappointment in the panniers is that they do not stand up well on their own when away from the bike (the topbox has a similar issue) - Shad should mould little feet on the bottom. And why are red reflectors not standard?!

The 3p mounting rails work very well and are relatively unobtrusive visually and practically. Fitting the 3p system was ok, but allow plenty of time for any issues - I found I had a cross-threaded mount on my bike which I had to re-tap. The instructions say to mount the 3p rails before the topbox frame, but that doesn’t make sense as it physically won’t go on that way round and, even if it did, the topbox frame would cover the pannier mounting rail. So, ignoring that instruction, and the bit about the exhaust bracket mounting - I placed the bracket in a different order to the instructions as it would force the exhaust hanger to an unacceptable angle otherwise - it went together fairly easily. I don’t like the fact the mounting bolts, etc are black steel and Allen key based, rather than matching my BMW’s stainless steel torx fixings, but it looks OK and blends in against the black frame and my mudslinger.

The finish on my topbox mounting kit is still good after one winter so I hope the 3p kit has a similar good quality finish and corrosion resistance long term.

Bike luggage supplied the topbox box and were the cheapest supplier I found online. They then also agreed to price match the panniers and kit to an EU seller’s price (plus import duties, etc - thanks Brexit 😖) bringing the cost below £500 complete with fitting kit and all the optional extras (covers, reflectors, inner bags and a brake light).

Can’t wait to put them to good use on a long road trip….

M
Martin Parsons
Fantastic company

Ordered my topbox before so decided to use again for my panniers. Ordered Friday evening over here bank holiday while closed, they picked up my order Tuesday morning when they came back in znd was delivered 4pm the following day. Fantastic service from bike luggage. As for the panniers, over the moon. They look good, are sturdy and even I was able to install the pannier fitting kit. Very happy and will definitely use again.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
90%
(9)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
K
Kevin Framingham
BMW F900R SH36

Great panniers. Look good, easy to fit. Big enough for two people on a weekend trip. Mounting rails are hardly noticeable when boxes removed.

P
Philip Robinson
My Ideal Panniers

I ordered my Shad SH36 panniers from Bike Luggage and received them very quickly. I did initially consider getting the manufacturers branded Panniers for my bike, but these were different sizes, meaning I could only fit a helmet into one not both and they were not waterproof, which I consider to be desirable, if not essential when touring. So I looked around and found these Shad panniers. Both fit a full face helmet and they are waterproof, plus they are considerably cheaper and in my opinion actually look much nicer on the bike. They are sturdy and well made with a very clever locking mechanism which simplifies all of the necessary operations i.e. opening and closing the pannier and installing and removal of the pannier from the bike. Additionally, they should last years and of course, can easily be transferred should I change my current bike as all I would need would be a compatible Shad mounting system. No brainer really.

A
Antony Howe
Great quality panniers

Just acquired a pair of these Shad SH36 panniers, and I’m really impressed with the quality of these panniers and the mounting system on the bike.
They lock in place and can only be removed with the key, so very secure too!.
Recommended.

i
iBandit
Top quality cases that can be moved between bikes

I spent some time researching different luggage options for my BMW R1200RS. BMW’s top box was far too small for my needs and my bike doesn’t have BMW’s own rack fitted, so I chose a Shad SH48 top box and full fitting kit. The top box itself is excellent, the fixing kit for my BMW is heavy and needed some forcing into alignment so wasn’t an especially easy task to fit.

I considered buying BMW’s panniers as they are designed specifically for the bike and can be keyed alike to the bike’s key, but they are not guaranteed waterproof, unlike the Shad panniers, and I hate the appearance of the BMW pannier mounting rails (most of the time I ride without panniers). They are also very expensive - over £700, without inner bags.

I’d seen an RS with the Shad 3p system which looks far neater on the bike without the panniers mounted. Having been impressed with the SH48 top box I bought the matching SH36 panniers, complete with red reflectors, coloured inserts to match the titanium topbox, and inner bags. The panniers come with a third lock cylinder so after 40 minutes careful fiddling I’d changed the lock on the topbox to match the panniers - 1 key fits all three cases. Brilliant!

The thing that really persuaded me to buy Shad was that if/when I change the bike, I can keep the cases and just buy new mounting kits if needed for the new machine. If you are fortunate enough to have more than one bike you could even use them on either bike if you bought the extra mounting kits.

The panniers themselves are excellent quality - tough, good locking system, secure on the bike, easy to mount/remove. They comfortably fit my Shoei Neotec II helmet inside. I love the little shelf so things do not fall out when the pannier lid is opened. I’d like the whole outer surface to be painted rather than Matt black plastic, but hey-ho - the little optional titanium strip livens it up, but if I’d not already gone for the titanium on my topbox I’d give it a miss (expensive for a bit of painted plastic that doesn’t fit as well as the original) and simply stick to the smart looking free carbon covers instead. The covers were also very fiddly to replace. My only disappointment in the panniers is that they do not stand up well on their own when away from the bike (the topbox has a similar issue) - Shad should mould little feet on the bottom. And why are red reflectors not standard?!

The 3p mounting rails work very well and are relatively unobtrusive visually and practically. Fitting the 3p system was ok, but allow plenty of time for any issues - I found I had a cross-threaded mount on my bike which I had to re-tap. The instructions say to mount the 3p rails before the topbox frame, but that doesn’t make sense as it physically won’t go on that way round and, even if it did, the topbox frame would cover the pannier mounting rail. So, ignoring that instruction, and the bit about the exhaust bracket mounting - I placed the bracket in a different order to the instructions as it would force the exhaust hanger to an unacceptable angle otherwise - it went together fairly easily. I don’t like the fact the mounting bolts, etc are black steel and Allen key based, rather than matching my BMW’s stainless steel torx fixings, but it looks OK and blends in against the black frame and my mudslinger.

The finish on my topbox mounting kit is still good after one winter so I hope the 3p kit has a similar good quality finish and corrosion resistance long term.

Bike luggage supplied the topbox box and were the cheapest supplier I found online. They then also agreed to price match the panniers and kit to an EU seller’s price (plus import duties, etc - thanks Brexit 😖) bringing the cost below £500 complete with fitting kit and all the optional extras (covers, reflectors, inner bags and a brake light).

Can’t wait to put them to good use on a long road trip….

M
Martin Parsons
Fantastic company

Ordered my topbox before so decided to use again for my panniers. Ordered Friday evening over here bank holiday while closed, they picked up my order Tuesday morning when they came back in znd was delivered 4pm the following day. Fantastic service from bike luggage. As for the panniers, over the moon. They look good, are sturdy and even I was able to install the pannier fitting kit. Very happy and will definitely use again.

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