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Great Dry Bag Option - not your Dad's saddlebags
If you like your stuff to stay dry in ANY weather these are it. If you've never used dry bags before, the biggest change is in how you access them. The side bags operate best when full. They hang better. I don't have side racks to hold them out, and they were fine. The top bag is smaller than expected. I can still get my 4 season riding pants and other clothes in.
Great for places where dry is paramount
Since the bags are new (250 miles) I cannot speak to durability yet. I can say that the vinyl is thick and seams are limited. Buckles are heavy duty and dual lock.
June 10, 2015
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Steven B: Functionality, materials, price - selected over the wolfman system (which is very nice, but more expensive).Jul 5, 2015
A shopper asked:I am interested in the Dry Spec D68 for my 2013 G650GS. I am concerned about the attachment points and if a rack will be required to keep the saddle bags off the exhaust. Do you have any product reviews regarding the exhaust and possible heating issues with the material? Your website says pre-order. Is there a wait period?
Brady E:If you have high external exhausts, I think you would be best to have something to keep them off the exhaust. They are 100% vinyl. They have several attachment points, but they can swing. If you have exhaust that are directly under the seat (Ducati) no need for a rack. Take a look at my picks. I don't have a rear view posted, however.Jun 12, 2015