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C W: Got tired of my Nelson-Rigg CL-850 saddle bag covers leaking in heavy rain. Couldn't manage to get the covers on tight enough to keep the water out. With these bags, I don't have to worry about my clothes ever getting wet on a trip again.Jun 11, 2014
Sean H: I wanted a place to store my laptop, shoes, and other work related items.Apr 22, 2014
Nicholas C: I really like the roll top feature. I use roll top bags for pretty much everything, camping, storing equipment, kayaking, etc... I know roll tops keep stuff dry. I was a little concerned that they didn't show anything like "1680 Cordura blah blah blah" but with the no hassle life warranty I'm sure it's a good product or they would stand behind it. Lastly, you cant beat the price for adventure bags. Only bad thing about motorcycling is the ridiculous prices these companies charge.Feb 16, 2014
Eric C:I bought these last year and they are pretty great! It's both bags and fits well on my 06 KLR 650. Only challenge that I have is since I don't have a rack system on the bike (I just use them as is), the one side rubs against the muffler and has started to show a bit of heat wear on it. I put some foil tape on it to keep the heat down and it's solved my problem. Definitely a good pickup and they are completely waterproof for me.Feb 18, 2014
R. Douglas G asked:I will be using these mostly as a commuter duty aid on my '15 DL650. I currently have H/T racks that I was previously using to mount my 7.5" Teton paniers. Will these racks work with these bags? if not what is recommended?Mar 22, 2015
Barry T:If the H/T racks are similar to the picture of the DL1000 with the H/T SU racks on it, then I'm pretty sure they will fit. While they are designed for naked rear ends and don't need the racks, those racks look like they're very close tot he exhaust and thus not too wide.....so my bet would be that the bags work just fine. The bags fit mostly over the rear seat, so may be centered a little towards the front of the racks, but that should still work fine, IMO.Mar 22, 2015
Dan V:These bags work very well with my Happy Trails racks. They are not, as with any bags of this type, quickly removed. I really like my NR bags. They have seen a trip on the GDR, DAKAL, and CAR, as well as thousands of miles on the road. Can't beat them for the coin.Mar 24, 2015
jennifer m:The bags work for most racks given the numerous tie downs. I had to thread the top velcro straps through my rear rack so they would hang straight on my KLR. I have a Dakar now and just tie them down to my rear rack for travel. They hold a ton.Mar 22, 2015
Jeffrey T J:The bags are easily attachable to any setup and totally waterproof. I use them for more than just riding my motorcycle. They are great for keeping water, dust, ect. out of your gear. Excellent buy for the money.Mar 23, 2015
Nicholas C:As long as they're not too close to the exhaust pipe you should be able to hang them on nearly any motorbike, rack or not. I had them on both my DR650 (with rack) and Triumph Daytona (without rack). Jun 26, 2015
Jason K:I'm not familiar with the 250 ninja or how hot the muffler gets but if you cannot hold your hand on the contact area after riding the bike, then you will need to support the bag off of the muffler.Apr 8, 2014
Donald H:These are great bags. Well made and really waterproof. They hold a great amount of gear. Be sure they are well shielded from your exhaust and have good clearance. Also I assume you have some frame to connect the straps to on the bike. If you satisfy these needs I would recommend these bags.May 22, 2015
jennifer m:I love my dry bags but I have them on a dual sports ,klr and f650gs. Not sure how they would sit on a Fazer? They do have plenty of straps so you could make it work with adequate side racks.May 21, 2015
Nicholas C:You would probably hard pressed to find a rack or mount that these bags didn't attach easily to. All of the straps are long enough to attach about anywhere. One of the main reasons I bought these bags is because I didn't know wether I was going to buy a "pannier" rack or just a normal "soft bag" rack. Great set of bags for the money. Jul 26, 2014
Donald H:these bags have good straps that offer a variety of way to connect to a mount. I am not familiar with these mounts but if they are as I have seen on sports bike they should work. Definitively on a touring bike.Jul 26, 2014
Barry T:No mounting brackets are required. They come with straps that connect each other via very sturdy velcro over the seat, and each bag also has a clip-on strap that connects each bag to the passenger footrest bracket or similar frame location to prevent the bag from bouncing up or rearwards. The bags work great on my KLR 650 even when riding trails and heavily laden down. They are 100% waterproof in my experience on a recent trail ride in the Michigan UP. They are very sturdy, made from a thik rubber-like material. Very simple to mount/unmount and load. By FAR the best value for money for ADV type riding that I have come across.Sep 3, 2013
Tom W H:They don't need much of a bracket or rack. They only need a little bracket or rack to keep them off the muffler and from curling under towards the rear tire. My KLR just has a small rack and they work great.Aug 26, 2013
A shopper asked:I have a 2005 Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom. Can you tell me if I will have problem mounting this bag? I currently don't have a mounting rack of any kind. The muffler is on the right and has a heat guard.Mar 16, 2014
Nicholas C:You won't have a problem mounting since they more or less just hang on your bike. The internal supports in the bags themselves are pretty soft so unless they're resting on hard parts of your Vstrom, you'll need racks. Also the heat shields are on the bottom, not the inside wall of the bags. I love my set, $ well spent. Hope this helpsMar 16, 2014