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Finally a Tank Bag for Dual Sport and Dirt bikes. The Enduro Tank Bag will fit virtually all dual sport and Dirt bikes, From the Suzuki DR650 and DRZ400 to the XR650L and the KTM525E/XC, and most bikes in between. New 4-point quick release mounting and no-skid/no-scratch pad keeps the Enduro Tank Bag in place during the most aggressive riding. The innovative design allows the bag to sit on the tank and not interfere with the gas cap or the vent hose.
For 2012 the mounting harness is now the same for the Enduro Tank Bag and the Enduro Pocket. Easily swap between the bags as your needs change - without changing the harness.
Laminated foam sides, bottom, and rear
Non-scratch, non-skid bottom
Reflective webbing on sides
NEW! 4 point quick release universal mounting system
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Robert S: Perfect size and shape for my large capacity dual sport gas tankJun 26, 2015
Robert N: Have a DR650 with an acerbis fuel tank. Have had wolfman tank bag before on another bike and it holds up well. This looks small enough to fit and big enough to be of use - water bottle, cable lock, camera. Like the map holder - use a tomtom rider but maps are still important. Front non-zippered pouch will be good for toll money and hard candy.Jun 20, 2015
Dan L: Need a tank bag that allows easy refuel and is not in the way during off-road riding.Jun 20, 2015
Jesse H: Size for off-road and construction qualityJun 16, 2015
Stuart G: I have one of these and it is great and I loaned my to a mate this is the replacementJun 12, 2015
Edward L: Have a Clarke tank on my DRZ and this seems to be a good fit from what I have read. People also seem to like the quality of Wolfman products.May 15, 2015
A W: I wanted a place to store easy-to-reach items during a long distance dual-sport ride. My DRZ400S doesn't have much space, so anywhere you can stick some storage is a GOOD thing.May 6, 2015
BARRY S: reputation for the product = I Own other wolfman productsApr 24, 2015
gary j: Compact size and steep angle to fit Yamaha Xt250Apr 11, 2015
Scott W: Already have one on another bike. Bomb proof little bag for the stuff you want close at hand.Mar 23, 2015
Phil W: had one before, great little bagMar 14, 2015
Douglas S: good reviews on your websiteMar 13, 2015
stefan p: from all the reviews I read about fit for a DR650Dec 28, 2014
K L: I wanted a bit of accessible storage on my DR250XC Djebel. This looks like it will work nicely.Dec 7, 2014
David T: Just the right size so it's not in the way when I'm standing but big enough to fit the essentials (visor cleaner, glove liners, tire pressure gauge, snacks etc.). Great quality, hasn't faded after a year in the sun, I even ran it through the washing machine and it looks like new!Dec 5, 2014
michael j b: past experience with this companySep 30, 2014
Brian M: Good fit for my dual sport, although does not allow me to sit as far forward as I need for tricky dirt/rock/stream crossings.Sep 25, 2014
Robert E: For KTM 690 running around bag. Assuming it comes with mounting straps..Sep 16, 2014
timothy v: positive reviews, and was the right size for my WR250RSep 13, 2014
YUSIF M: Great tank bag and the size is just perfect for my KTM 690, hard construction and It doesn't interfere with the body movement... Don't forget to order the rain cover separately.. I recommend this product.Sep 2, 2014
Douglas C: I chose this tank bag because I have several other Wolfman bags and I have been very pleased with those.Jul 29, 2014
Lynn S: I chose this for my XR650L w/ Clarke 4.7 gallon tank. I've been swapping my Wolfman Explorer Lite back and forth between the XRL and my Suzuki DL1000, but the Explorer Lite is just too big for the Honda. The Enduro looks to be just perfect however.Jul 15, 2014
Arion D: Wolfman came recommended from a friend. Seems to hold just the right amount of stuff for the price, and will fit my XT350 nicely. Hoping to make more photographic opportunities possible by easily grabbing my camera at scenic points.Jul 10, 2014
Gary S: Just the right size for my wife's XT250 and my KTM 300 XC-W. If you want to carry a lot I would suggest the next size up but this one works fine for my needs. Not so large that it gets in the way when standing on pegs (which I do a lot). I own 2 other Wolfman bags and they are well made (here in America!).Jun 25, 2014
James D: good reviews from dual sport guys on not interfering with riding off road, standing on pegs, etc. will use on my DL650 and WR250RJun 24, 2014
Chad A: Best Enduro Tank bag for the moneyJun 15, 2014
S L: Works great on my wife's Yamaha 250 enduro.May 5, 2014
everett a: Great product, and Revzilla rocks!Apr 22, 2014
Randy R: Tank bag for WR250R - excellent!Mar 22, 2014
Doug E: Have a smaller bag using the same tank straps, greater flexibiliity or useMar 14, 2014
glenn s: Best fit for my need of a smallish bag that has a map pocket for long off road rides as well as being able to carry handy items needed with out digging into pockets. Its small form also seems to lend well for room to move around on the seat when off road.Feb 27, 2014
Ersin K: It looks like it will fit my F650GS . I hope it does because the bag looks good and has a good reputation.Feb 25, 2014
Laurie N: I thought it would fit my bike, but after fitting it to my Tiger 800 I found that I'd rather use a tail pack.Feb 22, 2014
Carl W: Wanted a quality tank bag that wasn't big and bulky for my KLR 650 with IMS desert tank. This bag fits perfectly and is just the right size to carry the stuff I need to have readily accessible.Feb 14, 2014
Russell B: I wanted a small tank bag to carry a few things on relatively short trips. This one got good reviews and was less expensive than others.Jan 19, 2014
Cesar Z: I needed a small bag to carry some electronics, such as ipad mini, cell phone and wallet.Dec 20, 2013
Jeff R: Had the opportunity to see it in use on another bike and was impressed with the quality, along with a size that seemed perfect for my needs. Works great, is easy to install/remove, and looks good on a dual-sport as well.Oct 9, 2013
Nathan v: I chose the Enduro for its price and excellent reviews, Its spoken highly of on numerous bike forums so Wolfman has clearly done something right with this tank bag.Sep 13, 2013
Christopher K:No Justin, it is not a waterproof bag. And Wolfman does not include the waterproof cover when you purchase the bag, you have to buy it separately, and it is not inexpensive. If you're not planning on riding in the rain a lot, go to WalMart and buy a can of silicone camp spray (it's in the shoe and/or camping area) and treat the tank bag that way. BE CAREFUL not to get any spray on the clear map cover. Two wheels down, Brother! Merry Christmas. -chrisDec 7, 2014
Wendell E:No, they are water resistant and with some water repelling spray such as for tents do a pretty good job, though, as they are a heavy duty fabric. Also, they are small enough that a your items can go in a plastic shopping bag used as an inside liner. The map holder only has a Velcro seal so maps will get wet if not the waterproof type paper.Dec 7, 2014
Gary G:The bag is not technically built to be waterproof, but it is definitely water resistant with the heavy fabric used in construction. There is a waterproof cover that you can purchase...which I have used in a number of rain storms. With the cover in place, all items stored in the bag have stayed dry in some very wet conditions.Dec 7, 2014
Cindy H:It is not waterproof. you have a couple choices to keep things dry inside the bag. A smaller waterproof roll up bag or a waterproof box. I found a box on sale at my local REI that holds my documents and phone. Everything else I carry can handle getting a bit wet.Dec 7, 2014
Shawn M:No, it isn't waterproof. You'll need a cover or maybe some spray on waterproofing would work for a short time. A little rain won't get through, but when it rains heavy it soaks through.Dec 7, 2014
Jeff C:I have this tank bag attached to my F700GS and didn't require any extra harness other than what came with it. And the tank on my bike is one of those odd dual-sport shapes and it fits nice and secure. I also find that it has enough room in it for a pair of gloves, water bottle, screwdriver, odds and sods. Very useful piece of kit. Hope that helps.Jun 4, 2014
LarryT:It's not really made to be water resistant, it may turn water that is splashed on it during a water crossings but for prolonged exposure to water (rain) you would want to buy the rain cover made for it. Revzilla carries this product here: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/wolfman-enduro-tank-bag-rain-coverMay 20, 2013
henrymartin:In its stock form, not really. Get a can of Kiwi silicone spray and apply 3-4 coats, then let dry, and you should be all set. I do this to all my non-waterproof accessories and bags, and it works rather well. Just make sure the lip is over the zipper to seal it that way.Jan 28, 2013
CKozar99:It's not. You have to buy the rain cover separately. You can always spray it with Silicone/Camp spray but that will only make it water resistant and only until the silicone wears off.Mar 25, 2013