Moose Racing Removable Rear Fender Pack 2013
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    If you don’t like fanny packs, try Moose Racing’s Removable Rear Fender Pack. The Removable Rear Fender Pack is similar to Moose Racing’s bolt-on Rear Fender Pack, this version has a hook-and-loop mounting pad you strap to the rear fender or seat that permits you to quickly remove the main pack to take it with you. The Moose Racing Removable Rear Fender Pack inner core holds its shape and is padded so it can withstand the rigors of off road, dual sport or adventure touring. Moose Racing’s Rear Fender Pack’s have been one of motorcycle riders favorites for decades.
  • Similar to the bold-on Rear Fender Pack, this version has a hook-and-loop mounting pad you strap to the rear fender or seat that permits you to quickly remove the main pack to take it with you.
  • Tough 600 denier outer material with a PVC inner core that holds its shape and a padded interior withstands the rigors of off-road, dual sport or adventure touring.
  • Wrap around twin zipper fobs, plus a wide hook-and-loop flap helps keep the elements out while permitting full access to your gear inside the pack.
  • Large enough to hold a jersey, a tool wrap or a multitude of items you’ll need on the trail – and it expands to hold even more like a jacket.
  • Inner cinch strap keeps larger items in place and internal pockets, including a clear window for important documents, help organize other objects.
  • Dimensions: 10.5” L x 6” W x 4.5” D.
  • Contents not included.

Moose Racing Removable Rear Fender Pack 2013 Reviews

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Poor quality stitching

Comments On Sep 09, 2013:I was impressed with the size and the bag features, but the first ride I went on it ripped off and fell into my rear wheel within an hour of riding. The seems ripped out of the bottom leaving the bag trash.

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Don't waste your money!

Comments On Jul 21, 2013:Puchased this pack for a 500 mile ride terrain consisted of some single track some dirt roads and some asphalt no big whoop sections to really get the backend whipping around. I hard mounted the pack for a more ridgid mount .after about 150 miles the only thing left on my fender was the base the top half of the pack had come unstitched leaving my extra tube, pocket knife, And co2 scattered on the trail somewhere around Bryce Canyon. Maybe someone could write a positive review about finding stuff on the trail thanks to moose! Imho this thing is a poorly stitched piece of garbage!

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It's ok.....

Comments On May 12, 2013:I understood what I was getting based off others reviews. it was a little pricey, but it does what I need it to do. Though I don't notice it while riding, it is a little floppy and if you put anything in it that can be taken apart it will be. No experience with rain since it just doesn't do that here.

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Flops around too much.

Comments On Nov 29, 2012:It flops around too much, even with all the straps tight. I have to put a bungee cord over the top to hold it secure. The inside strap is hard to tighten & doesnt have a buckle to easily access the tools. I like the size (it's big). I am able to fit all my tools plus spare goggles inside.

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Nice try...

Comments On Jun 25, 2012:I use this bag on the rear of my bike on a PMB Rack-it rack.
This is a decent bag for offroad adventures. it is big enough to put a fair amount of stuff in but not so big as to interfere with the riding on technical trails. Bag is durable and has withstood over 2000 miles of abuse with tools and bike parts in it.
HOWEVER. It has a fatal flaw. It is NOT waterproof. Nor is it water resistant. In fact, water sails right through the material so every time it rains or you splash water going through a river crossing or a mud hole the contents of the bag are likely to get wet. The kind of deep soaking dampness that takes forever to dry out.
I ride where it rains often and if it isn't raining we have rivers to cross so this has been a big problem. If conditions are not expected to be bone dry, I have had to ride with a plastic bag covering the Moose bag so my gear would not get wet. This bag cannot protect from any moisture, no matter how small the amount.
I wish there were a bag like this that was watertight. Who designs a bag for motorcycles that cannot protect from the elements even the slightest bit?? This flaw significantly reduces the usefulness of this bag!

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Dont trust it!

Comments On May 01, 2012:Do not trust the velcro or the straps, mine fell off the first mile of a race I was in. It is a nice bag however, just make sure and hard-mount it, which does take away from the reason for having it...

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Low cost, great quality

Comments On Apr 27, 2012:Pack attaches to bike via a solid plastic base that screws into the rear fender. The base has heavy duty velcro to keep the pack from sliding. The pack is also secured to the base by two cinch straps. I found the pack would wobble a little so I just wrap a bungee under the fender and around the pack. Plenty of space, and no water gets in, would buy again.

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i like it..

Comments On Apr 21, 2012:looks nice..pretty damn big lol but it was nice not having to carry everything in my backpack. easy install..bout ten bucks too expensive 4 my taste but still worth it

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it's got room

Comments On Jan 12, 2012:It's got three compartments in the top and plenty of room in the bottom.Made to stand up on the sides so you can store things so they won't get smashed.I'm pleased with it.

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