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Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffel Bag

Wolfman went all out on these duffels and came up with a great series of roll-top, 100% waterproof bags, designed specifically for motorcycle use. Wolfman upgraded the fabric to 22oz vinyl for the body and incredible 34oz for the sides and uses a waterproof webbing for the top opening to prevent water wicking into the bag. Wolfman also uses a new innovative design which allows the bag to easily expand, making loading and unloading a breeze. 


  • 100% Waterproof radio frequency welded seams
  • Ultra tough 22oz vinyl body and 34oz vinyl sides (For years of use.)
  • Simple effective roll top design
  • 4 compression straps, two over the body, one at each end
  • Deluxe carry handle
  • Removable shoulder strap and two mounting straps included
  • Made in the USA

Dimensions and Capacity

Small Expedition Dry Duffel:

  • Width: 20”
  • Height: 11 ½” (with the ability to get taller)
  • Front-to-back: 11 ½”
  • Capacity: 33 Liters+

Medium Expedition Dry Duffel:

  • Width: 24” 
  • Height: 11 ½” (with the ability to get taller)
  • Front-to-back: 11 ½”
  • Capacity: 40 Liters+

Large Expedition Dry Duffel:

  • Width: 28” 
  • Height: 11 ½” (with the ability to get taller)
  • Front-to-back: 11 ½”
  • Capacity: 47 Liters+

Note: Product photos show 2 D-rings on each side at the bottom of the bag below the Wolfman logo, however production versions of the bags feature only 1 D-ring per side.

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Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffel Bag 4.8 5 85 85
A good tough soft bag for where hard bags will not do Got this in a rush for a first ever trip to CO Rockies to hit the passes and on to Moab. Not cheap but a good tough bag with plenty of attachment points. Suggest you don't do what I did and get up against the clock. Take your time and figure out the best procedure to attach and remove as you may not want to leave it on the bike at a questionable motel. The expedition bags are 3X on this. All in all, a tough set of soft bags that I expect to get years of good service. July 15, 2014
A quality high end bag I added this bag to the expedition saddle bags and bottle holders. This bag will hold my tent, stove and other gear with ease. I purchased the medium ( think ahead to the measurements of possible gear you'll be packing). I really like the waterproof construction and the closure system (NO zippers to rip, rust, or stick!) Wolfman develops their products with great thought into real world ADV applications. I highly recommend this series of bags. July 15, 2014
Wolfman is top of the line gear this medium dry bag is excellent when packing a tent, chair,sleeping bag, stove, and clothes for a back country motorcycle trip. it kept everything dry and neat during some pretty heavy downpours in Utah. Highly recommended July 14, 2014
Good capacity and features I was trying to decide about luggage set up in a past trip. Finally I decide to buy aluminium panniers and I struggle in every single hotel I stop to attach, remove or look for needed items. I give a try to the Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffel Bag to carry all items that need quick access. The bag is just incredible, good capacity, solid construction and easy attachment. I have the plus of a good support for my back and since I got the yellow one, increases visibility of the motorbike as well. July 8, 2014
One of the best dry bag options Frankly all dry bags are unbelievably durable. After that it comes which form factor you need or prefer. This design offer considerable convenience since it has wide gate mouth. It is well suited to storing large items such as tents,sleeping bags and pads. It is made of material so heavy that it is a bit of a pain to burp and roll. It also doesn't achieve much compression. I have used it with the contents organized in their own compression stuff sacks with more success. It has a zillion straps and rings for tying it down. As seen from the end it is a tear drop shape. I'd prefer a bag that was flat oval so that the bag would have a lower aspect and CG. All in all, the bag is overbuilt and heavier than necessary. It would be great with fabric about 1/2 that weight, especially the roll up parts. Nice one Wolfman. July 7, 2014
This bag has a good strapping system, but it could be better. The bag has a great strapping system, but Wolfman put cheap plastic D-rings on it. It seems if your going to pay a premium price it should have metal D-rings. Somehow I poked a hole in the bag the fist time out. This may have been my fault but it seemed to easy to do. I will patch it with a bicycle patch. Overall I am satisfied with the bag. June 30, 2014
Three Years Later Purchased both the 22" and 24" versions for long term touring. Turns out, I only needed the 24". Holds all my camping equipment: Tent, sleeping bag, kermit chair, air pad, jetboil, blanket, towel, hatchet, LuxuryLite cot, and all the other little stuff you need for camp. I know that when I do end up at at hotel after 3-4 days of riding, I can just unstrap it and drop it on the floor in the hotel room - I won't need anything in it. I've used it on many rides, some over three weeks. Never leaked. Still not showing any wear. Gave the 22" to a friend. He loves it too. I do note however that they no longer include the second set of bottom d-rings. If anyone at wolfman is reading this - It is a feature I use every time to make ensure that my pack straps are not flapping in the wind. HIGHLY recommend that you add them back to the product. No one cares if it cost an extra dollar. June 26, 2014
Another great product from Wolfman I've purchased lots of wolfman products and I've never been disappointed. This bag is large so I will only be using it for longer trips. I also have the medium bag which I use more for everyday excursions. They both fit well on my bmw f800gs. June 23, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Randy L: It looks tough and weatherproof, and the size should fit nicely on the passenger pad. Also, I've had T-Bags and the like, but you need to put the rain cover on every time it rains. Jul 24, 2014
Drazen G: Highly recommended by a good friend. Jul 22, 2014
Jay J: Purchased the big bag. It is well made and durable as all get out. Lot's of straps and was easy to secure to the tail rack. Jul 16, 2014
Edward M: Excellent product, great color. Fits on tail rack and holds all my travel gear. Travels well through the airports. Hi viz yellow very noticeable when on back rack. Jul 16, 2014
Matthew R: Seems like a staple of bike camping. Like the exterior straps and attachment points. A little bit of hi-viz isn't so bad either running in trafficâ?¦. Jul 8, 2014
Edward R: Looking for a good waterproof and durable travel bag for my R1200GSW and watched the reviews Revzilla posted on youtube. Very informative and for the price and features compared to the Touratech bag, I chose to go with Wolfman and as always, this great product is offered from Revzilla, which made my decision that much easier! Jun 23, 2014
Daniel A: Got the expedition saddle bags earlier and was impressed with the build quality. Wolfman gear is expensive but you never get something worth more than the price paid. Jun 22, 2014
Jeffrey S: Genuine Wolfman quality and ruggedness. 100%,,,without fail,,, waterproof! Jun 22, 2014
Mark G: wanna try it out Jun 17, 2014
Eric B: Referred from a friend. Needed a waterproof bag. Jun 13, 2014
K I: Wolfman bags have the reputation for being the best AND they're made in the USA. You can't beat that combination. I chose the miid-sized bag because I didn't want anything too big. It seems like it will be the perfect size. Great products! Jun 9, 2014
JIM P: Looked at many luggage combos for a 4500 mile trip to Vancouver/BC and back this summer. If it rains, I'm a happy camper! Vis is a key deal for me - like the yellow. Amount of space seems ideal for my tent, sleeping bag, mattress, with room to spare. Jun 6, 2014
Thomas L: I needed a weatherproof and waterproof bag to strap to the bike. Jun 1, 2014
Susannah T: color, tie downs, ease of use May 22, 2014
Sean C: Big capacity on my sport tourer for low cost and super-effective rain protection. Robust, too. Money well spent. May 19, 2014
Mark H: needed a reasonable size dry bag with a smaller footprint for the back of the bike. liked the reviews on quality. May 15, 2014
patrick o: Friend let me borrow his. It works great on my wr250r. Much easier to strap to bike and access gear than the bag I had been using for several years. May 14, 2014
Peggy W: wather proof, resistant, wolfmans background May 14, 2014
tom b: I liked the the medium size I purchased last year and want a small for shorter stays.. May 12, 2014
paul m: Looked at these for a while. bought one.....super tough. May 12, 2014
Bryan N: Needed a dry bag for some motorcycle camping. I was turned on to these bags from Biker Bits in Australia, guy has great motorcycle camping videos. In any event, on my first trip these bags were really put to the test! Out of 4 days of riding and camping, it rained for 4 days. HEAVY rain. This bag did an awesome job though, kept my sleeping bag completely dry between camp grounds, ditto for the rest of my camping gear (of course my gear got wet while camping though). Great bags. May 11, 2014
wolfgang e: Durability and ease of loading and the simplicity of the design and that it was built in the U S . also a good name ! Wolf . May 11, 2014
David K: positive reviews by users/owners May 6, 2014
James K. T: For use on a ST-1300 w/ aftermarket luggage rack/passenger backrest. It's large enough for a rectangular 850 down sleeping bag, 2 rain suits, clothes for two & two electric vests. We're counting on it keeping everything dry. The tent, sleeping pads and miscellaneous other stuff goes in the saddle bags. May 5, 2014
Russell M: Solid. American made. May 4, 2014
William L: It's a great size, straps on very securely, is waterproof, and the yellow/black looks very cool. Apr 28, 2014
Brian S: Doing 5,000 mile ride thru SW. Lots of dust and no doubt some rain. Have Touratech panniers and top case, but want to carry extra gear and maybe purchase a gift or two for my honey along the way. Seems like a good solution... Apr 28, 2014
Glen C: The reviews seemed excellent. Apr 26, 2014
K L: After a lot of research and many reviews read , the best choice was this bag. Apr 21, 2014
William C: You cannot beat a bag this size, at this price point, with these features and made in the USA. Apr 12, 2014
Lindsay M: Chose this bag because its the perfect size for my camping equipment, strong construction and high visibility. Apr 12, 2014
Roger R: I want to make 2+ days trips and take my cloth, shoes, etc and be able to keep going without getting wet. I also take with me my rain gear. Apr 4, 2014
D R: I have a few friends with this bag. They all say it is easy to pack, easy to mount and dismount and holds a variety of things. I have all of the other Wolfman bags so I thought I would finish off my collection with this one. Apr 1, 2014
David M: Have one like it. Excellent quality, durable and dry. Mar 24, 2014
John G: See their ads in various places, American made, good review by you guys, looks like great quality, and I liked the video that made of strapping the bag to the bike. Mar 23, 2014
Michael S: Past experience with Wolfman was excellent. They make top notch products and stand behind them. Mar 11, 2014
T D: need a something for carrying my work gear Mar 1, 2014
John H: I needed good bags for my ride to Alaska and after doing some research online the Wolfman bags looked like my best choice. Feb 20, 2014
Matthew V: Wolfman has a great reputation, the duffel is waterproof, and it's large enough to hold a tent, sleeping bag, and several days' worth of clothes. Feb 19, 2014
Richard K: This is my 2nd Wolfman dry bag. The large one holds my sleeping bag, mattress, pillow, and my mandolin, and it has never failed to keep them all dry. great tiedown options.

This one is going to the mojave desert next week.
Feb 18, 2014
Kris F: reputation of manufacturer Feb 17, 2014
Laurie N: Recommended by a friend who owns one. Feb 9, 2014
Kevin R: Have one of Wolfman's other drybags, a much smaller one, and it works great. I bought a Givi drybag and it's falling apart with almost no use. Wolfman all the way. Feb 5, 2014
Joel S: I purchased the larger one for clothing and personal items and plan to pack the new medium size with camping equipment. It is well built and I really like all the attachment points for securing to the bike... The top loading feature is especially handy for access to needed items thru the day without digging way to the bottom of conventional stuff bags.... Feb 5, 2014
Robert D: Reputation for durability and moisture protection. Jan 13, 2014
Charles S: no shipping charge or tax. Jan 11, 2014
A S: performance. Dec 28, 2013
Brent L: Wolfman has a great reputation for quality and ruggedness for the Adventure Riders. Dec 23, 2013
Craig D: Old school reliability Dec 18, 2013
Christina M: wolfman has a reputation for quality. Dec 15, 2013
R O: wanted good waterproof bag to hold two sleeping bags, two compact pillows, and sleeping pads.This works great and it comes with lashing straps but I use Rok-straps and run then thru the d-rings on the bag. Dec 15, 2013
David P: I purchased the Wolfman Dry Bag based on good reviews of Wolfman products. Dec 6, 2013
Viola N: I picked this item because it is the right size and is waterproof for long distance travels, and the quality. Dec 1, 2013
David W: I have tried many different inexpensive bags over the years to carry clothing and was never really satisfied. I gave Wolfman a try and am very happy with the construction and simplicity of use. I plan on purchasing additional dry bags in the future. Nov 30, 2013
Gregory G: Pack a Tent, Sleeping Bag and Pad, Pillow. Wanted everything in one waterproof bag. Nov 28, 2013
Etienne M: I'm doing a 3900 km trip around South Africa. I needed a bag that deal with all the elements! Nov 27, 2013
Zoltan Peter S: An excellent and versatile bag, swallows 30 liters+ and keeps its contents dry even in a downpour. I intend to use for touring and water sports. Fits snugly at the back of the bike, I only wish that Revzilla carried ROK Straps, they are far far better and more secure than the fasteners this Wolfman bag comes with. Nov 11, 2013
Elliot M: Your comprehensive video review Nov 8, 2013
S F: Best dry bag I ever owned!! Nov 5, 2013
RICHARD W: Wanted something that stores small, can carry a fairly large load, keeps stuff dry in heavy rain, and easily attaches to luggage rack or on top of other bags, etc. This looks rugged and has lots of attachment points! Oct 29, 2013
Craig G: Needed a rugged/bombproof waterproof bag for the luggage rack of my Victory Cross Country. I didn't like the separate waterproof shell needed for most cruiser-style bags. The d-rings on the sides of the bags help keep in in place with my ROK-straps. Plus I can always use it on my R1200GS too! Oct 26, 2013
Darrin J: Quality Oct 22, 2013
Marion-Louise H: I borrowed the medium size of this from a friend for an incredibly wet and cold winter bike trip - even rode through a waterfall and all my luggage was dry. Easy to use, tough, and comfortable riding strapped to the seat back. Oct 10, 2013
Long P: Great product period :) Sep 26, 2013
Bryan b: I have purchased Wolfman products in the past, very good quality. Sep 14, 2013
bill n: Good reviews , seems tough and water proof . Will see how it goes when I strap it over the seat of my bike Sep 11, 2013
Chris D: dry durable storage for my 2 month adventure through the states this fall Sep 10, 2013
Josh T: Been using the small size a bunch over the last year and absolutely love it. Have a few longer more road oriented trips planned and could use the size. I'm thinking this will do the job. Sep 10, 2013
Peter W: heard good things about Wolfman products Aug 26, 2013
Robert K: Reasonably priced, high quality bag with built in d rings. Aug 13, 2013
Dave D: Waterproof touring and camping! Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: What size would be best for stuffing in a small tent (Nemo Morpho 1P) and a bulky winter sleeping bag? Nov 16, 2013
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Sean C: Without details is difficult to answer. The mentioned tent packs to about 10" by 7" (per Twisted Throttle listing). That's pretty small and would easily fit into the smallest Wolfman (BTW,I own a medium Wolfman, two feet in length). If your sleeping bag is "bulky" like a non-compressible old-fashioned camping bag, then get the large (28" in length). If time is not critical, order two diff. sizes and send back the duffel you don't prefer. Revzilla is #1 because, remember, NO HASSLES! Nov 17, 2013
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jerome s: I have a Medium and it fits everything I need plus more. I do my grocery shopping on my bike and I can usually fit about 6 plastic grocery bags in it. Also for small runs it condenses down so it still fits nice and tight. Not sure how wide your tent is but if the width is fine I think you will be happy with the medium. I was not sure on sizes befor I purchased mine but The M packs a lot of stuff, I am happy with the quality and craftsmanship and best of all MADE IN USA!! Nov 16, 2013
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TED G: I used the large one to stuff in a 3 lpersons tent, two foldable chairs and some loose stuff easily. So I wouldn't take a bag that's too small, because you can fold it smaller if you don't use all the space. I love this bag by the way, best I've had so far: very sturdy, enough possiblilites to lash it on your bike, and handy to carry it with you. Definitly a stayer! Nov 16, 2013
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John L: I would recommend the medium. That's the size that I bought and it has plenty of space and compresses well. I use it for the motorcycle and a camping bag. It does have a lot of straps, so I wish that was a bit simpler. Very nice bag, though. I am happy with my purchase. Nov 16, 2013
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Daniel K: Even the small one is not that small. I have a medium and could fit a tent, sleeping bag, pad and a lot more. Medium fits well on a Dr650. A smaller bike I would consider the small. Revzilla has a superb rerun policy / you can't go wrong Nov 16, 2013
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Pamela B: I have the small. Fits my Big Agnes copperspur 2, exped mat, and down sleeping bag with room to stuff small soft incidentals. Nov 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the included mounting straps work on the standard rack on a 2014 BMW R1200GSW (fitting bag across the rear of the bike) or do I need to add an accessory rack plate? May 24, 2014
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Daniel K: If the standard rack is flat and has some place you can connect a bungee cord it should work. The bigger the rack the better depending on the size of the bag you get. I had a medium bag for a week's trip in Costa Rica. A small is also a decent size and may be a better fit May 24, 2014
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peter l: I don't know, i have an RT 2006 and i place the bag across the rear seat and use the bag's straps looping them around the bike's rack frame
Peter L
May 27, 2014
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Larry H: The duffel straps are quite long and I opted to buy a couple of additional Wolfman straps but didn't need them. Jun 26, 2014
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Victor M: yes. I don't have a r12, but the straps are long and can wrap around anything. May 24, 2014
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Teddy S asked: I'm thinking of commuting on a motorcycle, and need a bag which can hold my clothes while riding in my gear, but that I can also put my gear in and take with me. Which of these sizes could hold a full set of riding gear, such as a jacket WITH a back protector (about 17"x11"), pants, boots, but not a helmet)? Is this a bag that could easily be taken off and carried around? Thanks. May 31, 2014
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Andrew W: I bought the Medium bag which is quite large really. I ride a 2006 Suzuki Boulevard M50. I go to the gym in the morning at work after a 42-mile commute in Maryland traffic. The bag holds my gym duffle bag, shoes, chaps and XXL jacket on the ride home on spring/fall days with cold mornings. It comes on and off easily using the two quick release straps and tie-downs on the bag. I put it behind the sissy bar on the luggage rack and run the straps around the bag and through the sissy bars, then cinch them tight. The thing holds so much, it gets quite heavy if you are not careful. It does fold up to about the size of chaps folded up Jun 3, 2014
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Paul K: I have bought 2 of the medium size bags. One for me and one for my wife. I think it is the right size to fit across the seat without being too large. I usually carry a tent, sleeping pad, Kermit chair and some other gear in the bag while camping on the bike. I bought one for my wife this year, but my older bag has seen 4 years of hard use and is still holding up very well. I have never had my gear get wet with this bag. I checked and I could fit my boots, jacket, pants and gloves in the medium bag. May 31, 2014
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Mike W: I bought the "medium" bag, and it is plenty big enough for multi-day trips into the Oregon Outback. If you're using it as a "commuter bag", I bet it would work fine and hold the 17" back protector. Either way, the Wolfman is durable and waterproof. May 31, 2014
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A S asked: Could i somehow lock this bag closed? just for peace of mind when i leave it for an hour or so on my bike Mar 19, 2014
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Sven S: The PacSafe Bag/Backpack-Protector will allow this. Mar 20, 2014
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Dixie S: The bag itself is not lockable. If you use a security cable you should be able to secure the bag from opportunistic thieves but not from a determined one.

Larry Stayne

Mar 20, 2014
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Angela M: I use a Master Lock Python cable lock. I run it through my rack then around the duffel bag, you can then cinch the cable tight. This locks the bag to the bike pretty well, it would be tough to steal. Hope this helps. Great bag! Mar 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: I bought the medium bag to put on the rear seat of my SV650. How stiff are the bags on the bottom? Is it 34 ounce like the sides, is there extra reinforcement? Does anyone have the bag mounted on a seat like I am planning. I have no rack what so ever. I could possibly rig something to support the bottom if it needs. If it hangs on either side, will it even matter? Feb 14, 2014
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Chad B: I have the small bag and if fits on my SFV650 lengthwise just fine. It is a one piece seat though, so depending on the SV you have (curvy or naked) your results may vary. I found the straps to be more than adequate in securing the bag. Mar 6, 2014
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Sven S: The overhang doesn't matter but you can also mount it along the bike on the rear seat and not across. Mar 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the empty weight of these bags? Mar 2, 2013
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RevZilla: Approximate weights:

LG - 1598 grams
MD -1418 grams
SM - 1340 grams
Mar 5, 2013
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Daniel K: Pretty light, I would say less than 3 pounds I think for the medium Mar 11, 2013
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