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Firstgear Torrent Duffle Bag
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Firstgear Torrent Waterproof Duffle Bag

Firstgear waterproof luggage was created to provide safe, waterproof protection for all your valuables. Tough, PVC tarpaulin fabrics are precision cut and sonically welded to ensure optimal seam integrity, strength and durability for the rigors of the road, on and off. Designed and developed for motorcycle riders and extensively tested over thousands of miles and a variety of terrain. Firstgear luggage will get you there and back again.

Features:

  • PVC tarpaulin fabric is tough, durable and long-lasting
  • Sonically welded seams ensure true waterproof integrity
  • Strategically placed D-rings, handles and webbing straps for easy attachment to your machine
  • Included webbing straps

Dimensions:

  • 25L - 18"L x 10"W x 10"D
  • 40L -  23"L x 10"W x 10"D
  • 70L -  28"L x 11"W x 11"D
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great bag it looks like a small bag but it fits a lot. I had a pillow an a sleeping bag an still had room on top to put more. this is a great buy. an by the look of it tis waterproof for sure. April 7, 2014
Firstgear Torrent Duffle Bag Awesome bag. I looked at many others before settling on this one. I got the 40L bag and it fits perfect on the back of my BMW 1150GS and on the top box of my goldwing 1500. Waterproof and easy to use. A+ March 24, 2014
Great camping or touring bag I bought this bag for a camping trip and it worked really well. I was able to put everything except my sleeping bag in here; and thats because I have a bulky sleeping bag. My tent, stove, food, sleeping pad, clothes, and other misc items all fit inside the bag. The straps it came with to strap the bag down worked really well on the bag as well. Look and feels well made and I recieved the bag pretty fast after ordering it. March 17, 2014
Good overall bag; tie-downs not as good Just received the bag and the overall quality good. However; when I was looking at the product online I couldn't determine if it came with the tie-downs to secure it to my bike. Called customer service who informed me that yes the tie-downs were included, and of course they were. Problem is I failed to ask a few more questions as to what type of tie-downs. For whatever reason I thought they would be like the Triumph dry-bag tie-downs (male clips on lanyards that attach to and stay-on your bike allowing you to easily connect and disconnect from the female portion of the bag-clip leaving the clips). The Firstgear bag uses straps with plastic loops for each of the 4 tie-down points. Not quick and easy. Would have spent the extra money on the Triumph bag had I known. March 12, 2014
Great Bag for the Buck! This is the perfect size to store and compress m/c camping gear and clothes dry and secure while enroute (and at the campsite). Combined with great features at a great price, it's a winner. February 24, 2014
Needs a bleed valve... and more to be useful. I used this bag during a three-week ride from Ho Chi Minh City to Ha Noi, Vietnam, and although it kept my gear dry, it was less than easy to use. I also used another brand bag that was easier to close and fasten. It cost a bit more, but was worth it. The first thing this bag needs is a bleed valve to get the excess air out. It's very hard to get all the air out without it. The second thing it needs is a better way to close the ends, e.g. with a swivel connection that allows the top to be rolled another half-turn. I'm selling this bag and buying another one of the other brand at my local BMW dealer (since RevZilla doesn't carry it). http://ridingseasia.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-search-for-waterproof-motorcycle.html February 13, 2014
Good waterproof luggage features at a very good price I bought this First Gear waterproof duffle as a Xmas gift for a friend. Compares very favorably to my Wolfman dry duffle of similar size for much less money. Would purchase again. January 30, 2014
very good quality looks a little rough compared to my alpinestars tank bag, but i guess its the way a dry bag should looks, have'nt test it in heavy rain yet... but the sealing system looks pretty good. Mariano December 13, 2013
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Heather S: Size to put on my bike is perfect..Yamaha tw200 Apr 15, 2014
Connie P: Needed something that was waterproof to put in the back of a Can Am Maverick. This seemed to fit the bill! Mar 27, 2014
WILLIAM T: quick shipping next state over. If not satisfied can return hassle free Mar 4, 2014
Mark H: Nice sized bag for mounting on the seat or tail of the bike. Light weight, durable and waterproof! Mar 1, 2014
Jashan S: Need to get a new duffel for trips with the wife and 70L sounds perfect. Was aiming for a 60L bag but this price is hard to match! hope the quality is good. Fingers crossed Feb 6, 2014
A shopper asked: Where is this product made? Apr 7, 2014
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Adam P: Not sure where this bag is made...but I am very happy with the quality of the 40 liter. Very happy with purchase highly recommend. Apr 7, 2014
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Scott T: The Tag says made in China. Looks to be pretty good quality but I have not used it yet. Apr 7, 2014
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John P: Their web site does not say and neither does anything on the bag Apr 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking for a bag to strap to the passenger seat of a Ninja 300, so I'm thinking about the 25L version of this bag.

1) Can it be strapped to the seat itself, or does it need to go on a luggage rack?
2) Can I leave the straps on the bike, and take the bag off quickly, in order to take it into a hotel room at night?
3) How far apart are the D-rings on the bottom?
Mar 22, 2014
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Michael W: It cannot be strapped to the seat itself; you can leave the straps on the bike; they will dangle though.

I have the 70L and the D-rings are about a foot apart.

I use the bag for all my camping gear and it works great.
Apr 1, 2014
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John P: The straps cannot be removed. Apr 7, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
25L 907481 USA-FG-001-25 Available: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
40L 907482 USA-FG-002-40 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
70L 907483 USA-FG-003-70 Available: Usually ships in 1-2 business days