Seattle, WA – (April 17, 2019) Continuous EVOLUTION has been the company’s mantra for improving the ZEGA pannier system over the years and it has inspired ‘Evo,’ the name given to its latest iteration. ZEGA Evo combines proven strength and utility while giving riders quick-releasecapability for easily removing the boxes.

ZEGA Evo provides quick-mountconvenience without giving up reliability, even in the most demanding applications. Riders simply slip the hooks onto the rack, push the case completely in and close the lever to secure the box. Equipped with a new locking design, the boxes and their contents remain completely secure from theft or tampering.

“We are loving the fact that we can remove the boxes in just a few seconds. Putting the boxes back on is just as quick, easy and secure.”–Matt Lewis, Marketing Manager, Touratech-USA

The company has also improved the ergonomics and feel of the panniers. Their development team created a new die-forging technique that creates rounded ‘finger-friendly’ contours making the release mechanism effortless to operate for easy-on, easy-off convenience. The lid has a tough tongue-and-groove aluminium edge with an integrated silicone seal making a completely waterproof closure.

Touratech’s legendary range of pannier accessories extend storage by easily snapping onto Zega Evo'spre-installedaccessory pins. Fuel cans and bottle holders are a snap to add to your panniers.

Another distinctive feature of ZEGA Evo is its new embossed shape in the styling of the Touratech brand. ZEGA cases by Touratech are often emulated, but never matched for quality and function. The new ZEGA Evo again sets the standard for motorcycle luggage that is ready for any adventure.

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