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donald m: quality,price and a need for a back up less expensive tank bagMar 26, 2014
Nicholas C: My main reason for this purchase was the nav/cell pocket in the map area. I don't have a lot of extra room for clamps and such on the handlebars of my DR650 so I thought this would work just as wellFeb 16, 2014
A S asked:I want to know if this bag is better for my klr 650 or the wolfman explorer lite?Dec 20, 2013
bob h:I considered the Exp Lite. but tried the Nelson first due to price and some (possibly) better features. One thing about the Nelson; it uses weird hooks for the mounting which are inferior to the usual side-squeeze clasps used on all other bags. I had to cut them off and install the side clasps. Things I like about the Nelson; fairly waterproof but includes a rain cover, it has a nice smart phone "holder" under the map window (but I need to run a power cord in to the bag to run the smart phone using the GPS), nice style and size especially with the expandable feature.
In all, I like the N-R but if it doesn't work out, than I'll get the Explorer lite.Dec 21, 2013
John W:I have a Wolfman Explorer on my KLR 650 and the Nelson Rigg on a Husqvarna Strada. The Wolfman products are made from heavier material and, I think it's more suitable for use in off road situations. If your riding is mainly on the street, then the Nelson Rigg would be fine. There are no internal dividers in the Nelson Rigg to keep items from grouping together at the back. Fit on the tank should be good with either bag.Dec 21, 2013
Terrence Y:Hi, I don't have experience w/ the wolfman product as I purchased the Nelson Rigg bag. I have been very pleased with it. The rain cover is a joke and not well designed, however , I have ridden through some hellish downpours without it and the Nelson Rigg didn't leak. Not the most advanced design but solid and worth the $. My $0.02Dec 20, 2013
Timothy L:It looks like they are similar bags. I used the Rigg on a MotoGuzzi Norge and it worked perfectly for gloves, glasses, phone, GPS, camera, water bottle, whatever I needed to have handy on the tank. If I had to choose a bag again, I would buy the Rigg.Dec 21, 2013