Ok so first impressions of the Lomo panniers. These things seem well made and cavernous. I got my one man tent, four season sleeping bag, inflatable Alpkit sleeping mat and cooking stuff all in one pannier with room to spare. After trying the spaciousness of them I removed all the gear and fitted them to my Himalayan. They take a little bit of figuring out to fit. Ran the first thin velcro step under the main seat and the other through the grab handles and under the pillion seat. Then the main strap over the top of the pillion seat. Next I fitted the supplied straps to tie the bags to the pannier racks (mine are the stock Royal Enfield ones for the Himalayan). I may swap these out for something else yet (maybe for some short bungee straps I have) They are quite long and have to be wound around the rack bars a few times before tying up. All in all the panniers seem good. Won't know for sure though until I ride the bike with them loaded. Bit worried they may sag closer to the exhaust when fully loaded. Time will tell on that one. Here's a few pictures of the panniers fitted to the bike. Lomo service was exemplary and I'd have no hesitation recommending their products to other people. I have one of their 20L dry bags and it's a great piece of kit. Hopefully these panniers will be too.