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Soft Bags from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Dual sport motorcycle soft bags.

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  • Wolfman Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags 2018

    Wolfman Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags 2018

    Marc in TN

    2018 Wolfman Rocky Mountain Saddebags

    I like these bags. Size is not as large as I had feared. Mine are mounted to Givi quick release racks on my Africa Twin. Took them out on a 1,400 mile adventure two three days after installing them. The bags did not shift or sag. Hung a 3l Camelback on the front side of the left bag too. The bags are easy to get into and quick to resecure. One notable point is a buckle broke on one of the inner dry bags. Given the number of buckles already in use from other Wolfman products, it would seem this particular buckle was defective from the supplier.

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  • Tusk Fender Tube Pack with Tire Irons

    Tusk Fender Tube Pack with Tire Irons

    jason in MA

    Nice but personally didn’t like

    Bag is nice I use in back pack. Didn’t like it on fender. It bounced to much. You can feel it on there and I personally don’t like especially one track riding. Bag quality is nice.

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  • KTM Universal Off-Road Rear Fender Bag

    KTM Universal Off-Road Rear Fender Bag

    Josh in OR

    small but simple

    It seems to be stuck between too small and a good size. But when you consider what its intended for, it does the job just fine.

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  • Wolfman Rainier Tank Bag V1.7

    Wolfman Rainier Tank Bag V1.7

    LAFE in CO

    Rainier

    I have one of these on my 2011 1200 GSA with over 83000 miles, two trips above the Arctic Circle and many more off road/back road/no road in what all ways seems to be bad weather. I just purchased a 2018 R1200RT and bought another one for it, yes I like the Wolfman tank bag, it has held up in the worst conditions and I recommend it highly. -

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  • Nelson Rigg Sierra Dry Saddlebags

    Nelson Rigg Sierra Dry Saddlebags

    David in UT

    Great bags for a reasonable price

    I had a previous set of Nelson Rigg saddlebags, different type, that I liked, so I knew I would probably like these as well. I was right. They are easy to attach to my Africa Twin. They stay on solid and carry plenty. I've had them in the rain with no problem. It's easy to attach other bags to the top of them to carry extra stuff. I like the look of them on my bike. The bike took a nap during a water crossing at one point. No water got in, and they have survived that laydown, as well as one on slick rock in Moab. No damage. These are great bags.

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  • Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags

    Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags

    M.Pat in NM

    Great bags, slightly dated design

    I've used Wolfman Expedition bags through 55 countries, 4 BDRs, 2 CDTs and I've had no leaks and no damage to the bags or anything in them. Yes, I have had few unscheduled get-offs. I recommend their organizer bags or else packing cubes. I use mine frequently with RotoPax canisters underneath for longer range. Their RotoPax extender straps make that easy and practical. I have melted several, easily replaceable, buckles by letting them touch the exhaust, mea culpa. I usually combine these with a 30-liter duffle strapped across the back of the seat and a small pelican tail case. I also use their fuel bottle holsters for fuel or water. I have an old wolfman rack on one bike and a Vanasche on the other. Both fit perfectly. OK, nothing is perfect here are my little negatives: First, I wish there was a version of these with just a bit more capacity perhaps (~22 liters) each. They could carry a bit lower than they do. I've never scraped one yet. The straps could be kevlar and the buckles metal (a la NRS) to stop the heat damage. Nowadays I ride a dual sport and I need my seat back. I'd like to put all of my cargo in panniers and leave the deck clear for sportier riding.

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