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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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Firstgear Torrent Duffle Bag 4.6 5 21 21
70 liter fits perfect across back seat. Purchased the 70L for a 7 day ride through WA and OR. Plenty of room and totally water proof. I like the extra straps and rings built onto the outside of the bag. When it warms up and you need to shed you jacket or base layers you can just strap them to the outside of the bag, without having to worry about opening it or your side bags. My only complaint is that it doesn't have any internal pockets or compartments. If your just hoteling it, get the 40L......but if your tent camping for more than 3-4 days, get the 70L. Great bag for the money. September 15, 2014
Good quality for a good price I bought this for an overnight trip across the state. Is exactly what I needed. It has plenty of d rings for strapping it down to the bike. Did not test how waterproof it is yet but appears to seal very well. I would recommend this product. August 25, 2014
The most bang for the buck waterproof bag there is. Bought the 70 liter. Perfect size. Well thought out. Tons of ways to mount to the bike. D-rings on the bottom could have been larger but there are lots of options. Works great on my 2012. Bmw r12000gs adventure. August 19, 2014
Tough enough to handle the Pacific Northwest!!! Rode over 3,000 miles on a motorcycle trip through the Pacific northwest in all kinds of inclement weather. The bag performed remarkably and was very versatile. In fact, it is now my favorite piece of gear. I manhandled it frequently and the bag was as tough as nails and completely waterproof as evidenced by me being forced to use it as in impromptu ice chest. Top recommendation. August 11, 2014
Amazing quality This is the best bang for the buck. When I received this bag I was shocked at how awesome it is. My friends have simar bags from other high end companyies that they paid double for and they are exactly the same. Save your money and buy these bags August 4, 2014
Great bag 25 day trip to Alaska with rain and some hail and this worked perfectly. Well designed top-loading style is far better that end loading bags for ease of access. July 21, 2014
Just exactly what it is supposed to. This bag is large enough for a weeks worth of clothes, weather proof, opens from the top and easy on easy off with simple straps. July 14, 2014
Great bag but has some flaws So I was actually able to compare the 40L Torrent with The Wolfman medium dry duffle at a local store before I bought it. I bought the First Gear Torrent because it was cheaper and you kind of get what you pay for. But let me just talk about the Torrent first. It is a great bag, its good for its intended purpose and keep your stuff nice and clean. There are a lot of D rings to attach it to your bike. I wish there was a D ring on each ends because my ZR7 has luggage tie down on the side of the bike that could utilize something like that. It comes with 4 double D ring straps to secure it to your bike. It works good but its somewhat of a pain to get it off of the bike. There are 4 D rings on the bottom that I used to secure it to my rack, but the D rings are smaller so you can't use certain straps to strap it down. I have found the best way to secure it is simply with bungee cords. 3 bungee cords around it. Its easy to get into you just undo the bungee cords. The side clasps don't work very well. You roll the top a couple time to seal the bag but they're not really tight enough on the sides. You can't really pack stuff above the round parts of the bag also, its really designed to just stop where the round parts are, you can't really go up too much. I took this on a dual sport trip and it did great. I notice if you put something hard in it, it sticks out from underneath (it was an airbed pump) and I was afraid it was gonna rip, but it didn't. I had it packed to max capacity. I was able to strap my windscreen to the top of it with a bungee net too, worked great when I was getting to the rough stuff. Now to compare to the Wolfman medium dry duffle. The Wolfman's material is MUCH thicker. The Torrent is made out of like a raincoat material, which is ok but the Wolfman looks like its made to take a beating. The Wolfman also rolls up much more, so you can put more stuff and I think overall the medium Wolfman is larger. The Wolfman comes with nylon straps that has quick connect clamps. Its faster to strap it up. The Torrent is great if the size works for you because you can't really put much more in it. I definitely don't think it will outlast the Wolfman but don't quote me on that. July 14, 2014
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Alan P: Wonderful bag so far. It is waterproof and holds a good volume. There are many places, in the form of d-rings, to tie this bag to you bike. Sep 9, 2014
Robert K: Needed a waterproof duffel bag. Best price and good reviews after some online research Aug 17, 2014
timothy f: after comparing appears to be best bag for value Aug 6, 2014
David A: Needed good value dry bag for week long trips. Like using Revzilla. Fast and courteous service. Jul 15, 2014
James M: Taking a 3 day ride into the White Mtns of NH and need a secure dry bag Jul 14, 2014
James H: Excellent results from Firstgear. I needed a waterproof commuter bag. The size was exactly what I wanted. May 8, 2014
Alan H: Needed a big waterproof duffel. This one looked good, was well-reviewed and was at a good price point. May 5, 2014
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
Tom D asked: Im flying to Colorado for some adventure riding with my son. Can either the 40l or 70l bags be utilized as carry-on bags? Are they soft enough to shrink somewhat for the overhead bins? Sep 18, 2014
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WILLIAM T: I bought 2- 40 liter bags. They are pretty pliable should squash down fine. You might need to open them to let the air out Sep 18, 2014
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Alan H: They are absolutely soft enough to fit in overhead bins. They should moosh to the size of whatever's packed in them. Sep 18, 2014
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Mark H: I have the 40 liter bag and it fit fine as a carry on. Even fit on some smaller plans in the overhead. Sep 18, 2014
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jason a: I have a 40 - I've never used it for air travel but think it would work no problem if not jam packed Sep 19, 2014
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Cristian M: I have the 40 L and Yes, it can be used as carry-on. The 70 L, i really don't know. Sep 18, 2014
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Tom D: Thanks all. 40l it is! Sep 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you fit a helmet in the bag? Aug 13, 2014
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Patrick F: A helmet fits with plenty of room in the 40L bag - of course it bulges out a bit to the width of the helmet. Depth is not a problem - there is plenty of bag left to roll up. Aug 13, 2014
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Shannon M: AGV K4 Evo full face fits with some room to spare Aug 17, 2014
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Shannon M: 25l fits agv k4 evo Aug 17, 2014
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Larry S: Prob 4 of them. Aug 13, 2014
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John P: Yes. Aug 13, 2014
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James C: Yes Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: What exactly do I order for the top latch that doesn't come with the Bag and where do I order it from? I am getting the 40L first gear Torrent duffel bag. May 17, 2014
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James H: The bag doesn't really need a top latch. The top folds down then four clips close the bag tight. You can cinch the clips tight. You may try going to Firstgear's website. They have a short video tutorial on how to use the Torrent duffel bags. I have found the Torrent to be high quality and very useful. Consider ordering some ROK straps to use with the D rings on the bag to strap down onto the motorcycle. System works really well. May 21, 2014
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A R: I have not used this bag yet sorry. I did not know i had to order other parts. I would contact firstgear directly:} May 26, 2014
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Brad P: Im not sure what you mean...the bag comes with everything you need to mount it and use it May 21, 2014
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WILLIAM T: Not sure what you mean May 23, 2014
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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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Tom D: Im flying to Colorado for some adventure riding with my son. Can either the 40l or 70l bags be utilized as carry-on bags? Are they soft enough to shrink somewhat for the overhead bins? Sep 18, 2014
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John P: The straps cannot be removed. Apr 7, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
25L 907481 USA-FG-001-25 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
40L 907482 USA-FG-002-40 Out of Stock
70L 907483 USA-FG-003-70 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours