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Dual sport motorcycle soft bags.
DIRK in WY
I was a little disappointed in the size. The bag is constructed nice but considering the price and the size I probably would not buy again - that is why I give it 4 stars. $$ to CU IN. ratio was to high...Read All Reviews
Matthew in CO
Nice bag but the strap design is poor, thus making the whole product useless. The straps attach to the fender with little metal clips that work well, however the straps ride through the thin metal clips. In less than 2 rides the metal clips wore through the straps. I patched it together to make it home, but the bag is now garbage.Read All Reviews
BRAD in WI
It seems that the straps are too short to properly mount on a KTM EXC 450. The bag covers the very top of the headlight in order for the lower straps to wrap around the fork tubes and headlight/ number plate TECH NOTE : WHEN STRAPS ARE UNBUCKLED THEY ARE 16 INCHES LONG, WHEN BUCKLED THEY ARE 8 INCHES LONG.Read All Reviews
Eddy in WA
These bags are awesome, very well designed. Straps and designed so they can be replaced if they get shredded or melted. Good size for day rides, they will carry quite a bit fully expanded and empty they compress down to nothing. Wolfman makes great bags.Read All Reviews
SELDON in TX
Wolfman has a good reputation for quality, so I bought this bag before a week-long trip to Moab. I wasn't really happy with the bag. Good: Appears to be made of quality materials. Bad: Even though I had the straps cinched down tightly, the bag was continuously coming loose. At every stop I had to turn around and check the bag. With the bumps of the terrain, the straps would gradually loosen, allowing the contents of the bag to start bouncing all over the place, and also stressing the plastic mounting plate it sits on. If you remove the bag for a short run where tools/water/etc. aren't needed, you'll have to figure out what to do with the long straps, otherwise they'll just be loose and flapping around. In retrospect, I wish I had bought the less expensive, simpler Tusk bag, which I've used on a prior bike with no issues.Read All Reviews