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Ogio Duffle Tail Bag

Features:

  • Deluxe main compartment with 240 cubic inches of expansion volume
  • Sleek streamlined air flow surface design
  • Top organizer pocket
  • Dual molded side accessory pockets
  • Integrated hidden rain hood
  • Reinforced textured neoprene non-slip pad for paint protection
  • Universal web mounting system for secure attachment
  • Easy grab reinforced handle
  • Add OGIO Saddle Bags for a complete rear bag bike

Specs:

  • Dimensions: 7" H x 13" W x 14" D
  • Weight: Approximately 2.2 Lbs.
  • Capacity: 1274 Cubic Inches

Materials:

  • 420 dobby nylon / 420D dobby nylon / tarpaulin / textured neoprene
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OGIO Duffle Tail Bag 4.8 5 26 26
Reallly nice tail bag. funky install but worth it. I'll start with the fact that this is my first tail bag and I love it. I put this on my Yamaha R1. So I'll start with the problems I ran in to first. When I unboxed the bag I first realized there were no instructions of any kind to help with installation. Normally not an issue but this led into my second issue. The attaching hardware included consistent of 4 straps that were about 18" long with a loop on one end and a buckle on the other. I could see NO way to install the bag using the provided straps without wrapping them around pieces of the bike and looking like junk. Luckily on the yamaha R6 forums someone had run into the same issue and posted a tutorial of his method. Basically you un stitch all the straps and take the buckles off of 2 and add them to the other 2 so you end up with 2 straps with buckles on both ends. Then you remove the rear seat and strap them around it tightly. I cut 2 strap holes into the plastic bracketing under my seat to better secure it. Hope that makes sense and helps a little. The bag looks great and is so expandable I can fit a big coffee thermos mug, hat and my lunch bag. If you fill it up I'd be surprised. You can fit a full face helmet inside for a size example. It also looks great. I really like mine. March 24, 2014
Great bag-great price I mounted this bag on my KLR. Base of bag is coated with a non-slip material so the bag really stays where you want it. Zippers work good. A real nice bag for the price. March 3, 2014
Great bag for short/ moderate commuets This bag will not disappoint. The grip on the under-belly helps to keep the bike from moving about once you have mounted it. And mounting it is simple. Pick your anchor points, attach the straps, fasten to the bag and tighten everything down. More than enough room for a trip up the coast. You won't be let down by this bag. March 2, 2014
Updated (almost) 1-year review. I received this bag as an early Christmas present in 2012, and have been using it daily on my CBR250R as a commuter bag. I am still impressed so far, as it does everything I need it to. The rain hood has functioned well in keeping my tools and work clothes dry during light to medium rain. I still have not had a chance to see the bag's performance during a heavy rain ride, but it has had to endure sitting outside with the rain hood on during a decent storm once, and everything was still dry inside. I ended up putting a D-ring under my rear seat and attaching all 4 straps to it, so that I can simply unbuckle the bag as needed and reattach it quickly. This works extremely well. The buckles and straps have all held up well so far, and I unbuckle the bag to take it inside every time I ride to work. There are no signs of tearing on any of the straps or stitching yet. The only possible durability issues you should be aware of are extremely minor, and do not affect the performance of the bag. I have noticed that, over a year of normal commuter exposure to the elements, certain parts of the bag's finish have faded from the black to a sort of purplish tint. Again, this is strictly cosmetic, the bag performs the same but just looks a little "weathered". (I've also noticed my Ogio mini-tank bag is doing the same thing, not a product flaw, just wear and tear). If you're diligent with keeping it indoors when you're not riding, this probably won't be a problem. Also, the rubber zipper tabs tend to slip off sometimes, but they slide right back on. Some superglue would probably eliminate that. Overall I'm still very impressed with the bag, it's an awesome value and will hold up as long as you need it. November 12, 2013
Well thought out and very functional. A good value for the price. Havent ever had a tail bag before. Purchased this one right before a trip to the Blue Ridge. The bag works very well for me. A lot of flexibility in mounting the bag which was good because I relocated it on the bike before the trip was over since I came back from the trip with less gear than what I started the trip with as I shipped some camping equipment home that I was no longer going to use before the end of the trip. The bag has easy access to the main compartment, 2 convenient side pockets and is expandable. I did use the expandability feature before the trip was over. The built in self stowing rain cover is a very clever idea and was tested in some significant rainfall. Everything stayed dry. I cant speak for the durability of the bag since I have only had it about a month and have only used it on one trip but my impression is that it is well built and should hold up just fine. October 21, 2013
Excellent Product Just to confirm what the other reviewers have written that this bag is all that and more. Other tail bags may be as good or better (not likely for my bike or use) and not having tested, or for that matter owned any other tail bag, reviews like this are limited in scope. That said, this bag is everything that I hoped it would be. The attachment of the straps to my bike (Superhawk) was very easy and fast. As other reviews stated, this might not be true for all makes and models. I was lucky as there is well located attachment points. Detaching the bag from the mounting straps is quick and easy. Also the shape of the tail faring works very well with the bag and the neoprene coating on the underside is perfect for eliminating movement. There is a sturdy carry handle for transport off the bike. Another reviewer had mention that a backpack feature would be nice. I agree, it wouldn't take much to add a set shoulder straps as an extra feature or better yet, an optional add on. The price/feature/quality ratio is about as good as I could expect. Adding features would raise the price. With a little creativity I think that a shoulder harness could be fashioned to work with the existing strap mounting points. Something to think about. Usable space and overall dimensions are spot on. Not too big, not too small. I'm able to get an Arai Profile, size small, in the main compartment with the expansion feature utilized. Capacity should be good for a light weekend or commuting essentials. The side pockets and top flat pockets work well for organizing and stashing small and medium size items. The only feature I would like to see improved is the size of the side pockets. A little larger would make them more useful. I also have the matching saddle bags so when the need arises for more space, I'll be covered. Which brings up the built-in rain cover. What a great Idea. No misplacing or worse, having it blow off while riding. Durability remains a question mark, but based on the quality of fabric, zippers, and other hardware I think that the bag will give years of service. If, like me you've been having a hard time deciding on which bag to purchase, opt for this one, you will not be disappointed. September 29, 2013
Great Little Bag. Great little bag. Fits on my GSXR. But doesn't fit my laptop. September 23, 2013
Perfect bag for my motor bike. I get my lunch box, sunglasses, keys, bottles of water and everything I need for my commute to work. It's a little big for my tail rack and overlaps onto my Bonneville seat. Still works like a charm. Bag also has a rain hoodie that zips out of the back. Have not gotten it wet yet. Bag also unclips real easy so you can bring it with you. Great product. September 21, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tecson John L: Highly recommended in Diavel forums and I'm hoping that it will work and look well with my bike (and the mach 5 backpack I bought hehe) Feb 7, 2014
Scott D: Good reviews. Economical. Ogio makes nice bags. Feb 6, 2014
gerry m: Gift Dec 6, 2013
OCTAVIO T: After researching, it was the most sturdy, full of compartments, good looking, easy to install bag I found...and all around! reveille rocks, always has what I need! Oct 3, 2013
Keith R: looked the right size, customer reviews were good Aug 23, 2013
Jack S: Research on various sites. Decided on Revzilla Aug 14, 2013
Glenn H: Best thing I've bought for my new bike. Easy to secure, and will easily hold a 12-pack of ... beverages ... with room for your rain suit if you unzip the expansion. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Does it convert to a backpack when it's off the bike? May 13, 2013
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EDSON T asked: Would this bag fit my 2014 yamaha star 250? Mar 15, 2014
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Jim Z: I can not say specifically exactly how it would attach to your 2014 Yamaha star 250. However, based upon the universal method by which the OGIO bag attaches to almost any motorcycle, I would be amazed if it would not easily fit on your bike.
This is great bag.
I ride a 2003 BMW K 1200 RS.
I have attached this bag in two ways, both of which have worked just fine.
First, in order to have the passenger seat remain usable I have mounted this bag tho the rack that extends behind the seat. The quick release connection straps are wrapped around the bracket and you're done.
Second - as I longer have a passenger (that's another story!), I mount the bag directly on top of the the passenger seat behind me. Again, the quick release straps can be mounted to brackets that exist next to the seat - OR - the can be wrapped AROUND (and under) the seat..
In either installation, the bag is secure, no sliding or movement, eminently usable, and you can quick release and take the bag with you leaving the straps on the bike.
As said - this is a great bag. Multiple zippered compartments, including an expandable main compartment. Even has a built-in rain fly that you can pull over the entire bag without having to undo anything.
Although it is is not as big as a large hard trunk box, it really helps to be able to store essential items. I routinely use it to store keys, wallet, sunglasses, spare eyeglasses, beverages, snacks, small tool kit, compact compressor, a spare pair of pants or shirt, etc.
I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
Mar 16, 2014
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Lawrence I: My bag is mounted on my bmw r1150r. on the rear seat and partly on the
luggage rack. Widest point of seat is about 12 inches at front and about 10
inches at rear, the rack is about 8 inches wide. The bag itself fits on seat and
rack with very little hang over. The side pouches overhang seat. The base
rolls over seat and rack at attachment points and protects seat and rack from
straps.
Hope this helps.
Mar 16, 2014
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Michael D: I have a 2012 Honda Cbr 250, and I was able to attach this to the removable passenger seat. I used a carabiner to fasten all the straps to the bottom of the seat. It rides pretty well and seems to be pretty secure. I know this is not your exact bike, but this may lead you in the right direction. Mar 17, 2014
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Wayne B: It fits on my Honda CBR250R, which is a pretty small bike, so just looking at pictures of yours, I think it will work just fine. Mar 16, 2014
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