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Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag

  • 1680 denier ballistic polyester and 1800 denier three-lined twill Jacquard construction
  • Protective non-slip, non-scratch diamond pattern mounting base
  • One-way zipper on main compartment with a “Zipper Garage” for concealment
  • Top flap internal organizer and soft lining
  • Hideaway backpack straps
  • Removable and replaceable snapped map pocket
  • Two internal mesh storage pockets
  • Hidden external pocket for miscellaneous storage
  • Phoslite® reflective piping
  • Built-in sip tube and headphone exit ports
  • Integrated stowaway rain cover with clear window included
  • Two-tone red and black soft lining interior
  • Also available in a strap mounted version

Dimensions:

  • 14”L x 8”W x 7”H
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Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag 4.3 5 21 21
Survived a 1300mile Death Valley Trip Bought this bag for my Ninja 250. Fit is great on the bike. The magnets hold strong and I never had a fear of it flying off. I even encountered 20-50mph gusts from the side and never had an issue. Have not had it long enough to comment fully on durability but it seems to be built well enough. Encountered some rain and the included rain cover worked well enough. My only complaint about the rain cover is making sure its snug around the bag. The cover is not attached to the bag and there were a couple times I was concerned that wind was going to get in between and lift it off. December 8, 2014
falls a little short I like the cortech products because I think their offerings for tank and tail bags look sportier than most products available. I think this is a decent bag and has adequate space for all I need and then some. I carry a cell phone charger with phone, 1 to 2 16 oz water bottles, some snacks and the like so plenty of room for this and room to spare, I would have liked more than 1 port so I can pass through my charger hookup which needs to enter near the handlebars not the opposite end where they decided to locate the port so I have to pass the wire through the zipper.. kind of annoying. I guess the port was put there nearest the rider for use of earbuds - like who would do that with bluetooth available? Also some dissapointment as it seems the fabric attracts velcro found on jacket cuffs and glove gauntlets - this causing the bag to already look worn after just a month of use. All in all I think i would buy this bag again given the features just a couple of critiques I found November 1, 2014
Awesome tank bag. Perfect size. This was the perfect tank bag. It fits everything that I carry on s daily basis. iPad mini, gloves, extra batteries for my gopro, helmet lock, and a hydration pack fits snugly if needed. And still had room for more. I wanted the 18l but it would have been too big. This one fits perfectly, and I use it on my gladius and on a Honda cbr. Really great material and easy to use zippers even with gloves on. October 13, 2014
High quality, versatile tank bag This is a very thoughtfully designed tank bag, dare I say over-thought. Lots of details big and small. Big details: Tuck-away backpack straps. This proved very useful during international travel. Comfortable to wear while trucking through airports and stows easily under an airline seat. Built-in rain cover: Don't leave home without it, and with this one built in, you never will. Plenty strong magnets: Have ridden bouncy dirt roads with nary a wiggle from the bag, yet it's easy to put on and take off for transport or gas fill-ups. Little details: Retaining strap in case the magnets let go or to possibly slow a snatch and grab. Handle - handy Map window - nice idea and well executed but on this size bag, not too useful. Hide-away zipper pulls - unnecessary but a quality touch none the less. Internal storage and keeper appointments - all that can be stuffed into the available space. Plush lining - Don't know why you would need it, but another quality touch. Quality: This is a very well made piece, good materials and construction. After several weeks of local and international travel, it shows no signs of wear. The hide-away backpack straps are the key value item. If you have to carry your tank bag a lot, there is nothing handier than the no-hands option of being able to carry it on your back. My only regret is not getting the larger size. September 30, 2014
Not the quality I was expecting One of the reasons I purchased this bag is that the description implied that it would support a water reservoir. Something like this: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/ogio-water-reservoir However the "Built-in sip tube and headphone exit ports" turned out to be just one port, and it connects to a pocket sized perfectly for a phone or media device, but too small for any size reservoir I've ever seen. It does not seem to connect to the main compartment or any compartment large enough to fit a reservoir. So I'm really not sure why they even suggest a sip tube. Not a big deal, I don't really need a reservoir in my tank bag. But then the snap button holding on the map pocket was so tight that it literally ripped off when I tried to unsnap it. It didn't tear the fabric, the metal rivet on the map side ripped apart. So now I have one half still hanging on the pocket and one half stuck to the bag-side of the snap. I was expecting much better quality, and it looks like a nice bag, but just out of the box I'm not impressed with the quality. I will probably return it. September 5, 2014
Works perfect. Works perfectly on my L1 750. Very good quality and does not budge on the tank. Favorite part is being able to put extra visors in the bag to switch on the go. September 1, 2014
Great tank bag This bag fits my needs perfectly. Plenty of room inside for phone, wallet, keys, and lunch - just what I purchased it for. I haven't used the map pocket yet, but it's a nice touch. The material feels high quality, and the interior is nice and soft. Another nice feature is the included rain cover. The magnets work great - sticks to the tank of my ninja 300 perfectly. All in all, this is a great small tank bag. August 25, 2014
Great product Does exactly what its supposed to do. Doesn't budge an inch on the bike. Holds a fair amount of stuff, I've found it incredibly useful for running errands when I dont need my backpack but might pick up a couple small things. Also great for trips where I just want to bring some water, snacks, and my wallet/phone/etc. August 15, 2014
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Samuel C: Pops on and off easily. Looks decent and nice for small items. Nov 12, 2014
A S: previous experience with product was favorable.... Oct 8, 2014
Sheldon S: Positive Reviews & type of bag I was looking for Sep 11, 2014
Jason W: I wanted a bag to hold my smaller items when I was out on longer trips. I'll use this in conjunction with the K20 Backpack. Aug 17, 2014
W M: Perfect tank bag for my wife's Hayabusa. Aug 12, 2014
Dominick S: Needed a small bag to keep some simple travel supplies in as my couple hour trips are slowly turning into getting lost ,having no idea where I am , day long trips. the map pocket will be the most crucial element here for me. Jul 29, 2014
Jose H: Was looking for a bag that held my lunch on the rides in to work. Jul 11, 2014
Kristen G: Best reviewed bag pretty much everywhere on the internet. It is for a Triumph Thruxton 2013 model and it does fit over the gas cap so can be adjusted up and down. Also is not a wide bag so you get to see the design on the side of the bike still while it is on. Dec 30, 2013
Jeff E: Was great value and got decent reviews. Used it on a trip from SF to Whistler, BC and back. Worked really well and didn't scratch the tank! Highly recommended. Nov 29, 2013
kit h asked: hi, this bag can fit a pair of running shoes, light gym clothes, a bike cover, plus others wallet, iphone?
my bike is 2013 ninja 300
tks
Mar 17, 2014
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Scott L: You won't be able to fit a pair of running shoes (flip-flops yes), you can fit light gym clothes, wallet and a phone.

I took a trip recently and I was able to pack out the tank bag with the following: 2 16oz water bottles, phone charger, hygiene products (toothbrush, razor, etc.), a few small snacks, phone and couple of meds.
Mar 17, 2014
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Ryan B: Kit h, this bag will definitely fit all of that. I have 1998 honda vfr that I did a weekend with in la and all I brought for luggage was that tank bag. I had a tooth brush, gel, toothpaste, extra shirts, socks, my phone and wallet, keys... And on and on. The bag has compartments that are great for phone and wallet and should have plenty of space for your running shoes. Hope this helps! Mar 17, 2014
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Kristen G: My opinion, definitely nope to the shoes if you hope to put anything else in this bag. It's good for clothes and other personal items and as for the bike cover if it is a 5x5 inch square than yes but you are stretching it. Best suggestion is to see if your local dealer has one for you to see then make a decision. Hope this helps. Mar 18, 2014
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Cesar O: Hi, I have to tell you that is quite difficult to fit in this bag all you want to introduce, it´s just for your belongings as a wallet, smartphone.... but for a bike cover or shoes, impossible. Mar 17, 2014
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David G: I have used this bag a few times on my commute and a pair of Teva dozer sandles and my wallet is all I can get in. I can fit my iPad in the bottom of the bag Mar 17, 2014
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Thomas E: I have a 99 Sportster and the bag fits well on the tank. It is perfect for an overnight trip. Yes it will carry running shoes and light gym clothes. Mar 19, 2014
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fares k asked: Hey,

Does anyone know if you can fit a pair of overpants and/or a jacket in one of these?

Its look like its just big enough to stuff in one pair of pants..?
Nov 23, 2014
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John K: I tried to stuff my Firstgear HT Over pants into mine, and there's no way, so if you are referring to riding over pants with armor, you are going to be disappointed. I have a 13 liter tail bag that I was just barely able to stuff my Frogg Togs jacket and pants into for my trip to Deal's Gap last year, so some rain gear should fit. Nov 23, 2014
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Mark S: You might be able to fit a pair of light rain pants or a light jacket. It's roomy for a tank bag but fitting clothing in it would be tight. Nov 23, 2014
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Tara L: I would say one or the other depending on how well they compress. It's about half the size of a shoe box. Nov 23, 2014
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Thomas E: I can fit my unlined rain gear (pants and jacket) in this bag. There will not be much room left over. Nov 23, 2014
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Dennis M: No, not even close. look at the dimensions and try to roll either up to that size. Nov 23, 2014
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Edward W asked: Can the map pocket fit an ipad air? Jun 25, 2014
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Mark S: I just looked at the map pocket on the bag and a IPad Mini which is smaller than the IPad Air. The opening for the map pocket is too small( approx. 5") to get the IPad into the map pocket. The specs on the iPad Mini show that it's smaller than the IPad Air. It doesn't look like it would work without modification of the bag and then I'm not so sure. Hope this helps. I do really like the tank bag! Jun 26, 2014
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Arnold R: No, if you look closely the dimension of the clear map case it narrows toward the opening the dimensions are 9(1/4) length and 5 (3/4) in wide 4(1/8) in narrow dimension. it does come with a water proof case that covers the entirety of the bag so you could remove the map flap place the iPad Air and put the cover over it and the bag which is practically the same. Jun 25, 2014
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Dennis M: No. The length would be very close, but the width ( approx. 6") with the taper at the base would not be close. Jun 25, 2014
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Edward W: Thanks for all your feedback. Now I just need to decide whether to go 12L or 18L. Hehe Jun 27, 2014
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Steve B asked: Will a full-size helmet fit in the 12-liter version of the Cortech Super 2.0 Magnetic Tank Bag? Mar 9, 2014
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Arnold R: No it will not actually quite smaller than you anticipate, not the best place for a helmet either though this bag doesn't fit much but if you use it wisely I'm sure you'd find many uses probably fit a nfl pro football and a big monster can at most along with maps and a bit more room to mess with Mar 9, 2014
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Jeff E: Nope, not a chance unfortunately. This is a great bag for the price and flexibility. Lots of room to store your extras and the fold out straps are awesome for walking trips, but just not enough room to stash a helmet. Mar 9, 2014
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Pawel G: No it wouldn't. It fits many things but not a full size helmet. The next size up bag may fit. It's a nice all around bag. Mar 9, 2014
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Dennis M: No. Mar 9, 2014
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wesley h asked: Can you fit an extra visor in this bag? Jul 28, 2014
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Jose H: Wesley h: In regards to your question; Can you fit an extra visor in the Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag? Yes you can fit an extra visor. Possibly two. I got it for the intention of fitting my lunch, I am able to fit my lunch and the extra visor. Jul 28, 2014
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Kyle S: It's a tight fit but I'm able to it an extra visor in with the visor only being flexed in a tiny amount Jul 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the physical size of this bag? Apr 18, 2013
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RevZilla: The dimensions of the Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag are as follows:

14"L x 8"W x 7"H
Apr 25, 2013
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Robert B asked: Will the Cortech Super 2.0 12-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag fit an HD Softail Deluxe? If not can you recommend a comparable Tank Bag that would fit? Aug 13, 2014
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