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Wolfman went all out to create the Expedition Dry Saddlebags. They designed these bags to be durable and 100% waterproof for the most adventurous and aggressive riders around. Wolfman started with burly 22 ounce and 34 ounce vinyl, and used cutting-edge Radio Frequency technology for completely sealed seams.

These 100% waterproof bags seal out dust, mud and odors. Ideal in any climate, from the Wet Pacific Northwest, Rainy Emerald Isle, to dry dusty climates, and all weather in between. Roll-top closures seal the bags and make it easy to adjust capacity to suit your gear. The bags have two straps over the seat and each bag attaches to any tubular side racks at 4 points for maximum hold. The mounting straps double as compression straps to keep the load attached and tight. Wolfman also use an internal Butterfly stiffener, stiff back, bottom and front, which helps the bag retain shape and allows the load to be compressed tightly.


  • 100% Waterproof fabric - 22oz body and 34oz bottom
  • Waterproof roll-top with no-wick webbing
  • Multi Compression straps to cinch the load tight
  • Includes universal mounting straps
  • Recycled tire-rubber backing pad
  • Extra tall opening for size adjustability
  • Tough, functional luggage protects your gear
  • Radio Frequency welded no-leak seams
  • Roll-top closures seal out the elements
  • Waterproof top webbing won't wick in water
  • Sold as a pair
  • Made in the USA


  • Length: 13”
  • Width: 7”
  • Height: 13” adjustable about 3” more


  • 38 liters per pair - 19 liters each
  • The extra tall opening can adjust to add 2 or more liters per bag

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • The Wolfman Expedition Saddlebags will strap to most tubular side case racks
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Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags 4.8 5 38 38
Soft Bags for my GSA This is an awesome product, I chose these for my 2015 R1200GS Adventure and used them on the stock racks. They are an excellent option instead of the very expensive hard luggage. Looking forward to years of service. September 7, 2015
Great bags I actually bought the medium duffle and the capacity was good enough that I dont need to use these saddle bags often. Overall great bags, though. Versatile and simple. August 24, 2015
Wolfman, aren't those the same bags I can get on amazon for a few bucks? Wolfman, aren't those the same bags I can get on amazon for a few bucks? Absofreakinglutely, NOT. I'll admit, I didn't do a ton of reading on wolfman products. I know their tank bags, I've always liked them. . but their saddle bags were an unknown to me, which I always thought was a bit rich for my taste. As usual, I spent time drinking instead of preparing for my trip that I was taking to Ouray. So at the last minute I decided I was going to replace my crapheap saddlebags that were droopier than <insert your own offensive statement here> and with that I decided at the last minute to get wolfman bags. The bags were simple enough, although at first I wasn't able to figure out how to mount them. It's amazing what 30 seconds of reading can do. After that I had them fixed to the bike and mounted securely. The construction is nice, although it seems like you have too many straps, those straps definitely help you out in condensing the bags down as much as possible. I was hesitant to go with panniers, as I didn't want to break an ankle, but I wanted to go with panniers because I figured they'd hold up better and secure better than these bags. Well, these bags can take an absolute beating. Riding my pig of a dr650 around ouray for a week with the bags attached I took a few spills at low speed and the bags didn't even scratch. Finally I scratched one of the bags with a 20mph get-off that ended my ride as well. What happened to the bags with that? A single scuff. I'm amazed at how durable these are and I question if these bags aren't made with the DNA of Chuck Norris himself, because nothing hurts them. I wasn't too sure when I bought if I would like them. Now I love them. August 3, 2015
Great bags- multi-purpose and effective I've used these bags for a 5-day roadtrip from San Francisco to Los Angeles as well as for a few trips to Costco. It took me quite a while the first time to get the bags onto my bike, but now that I've put them on and taken them off a few times, it's pretty easy. Overall, I'm very happy with these bags. Just be careful about how they're situated above your tailpipe as they'll get pretty hot if they're too close. June 16, 2015
Best Bags Ever I have been using these bags for nearly 3 months for Adventure riding which includes primitive camping and off roading. They are AMAZING! They have held up to multiple downpours and held everything from food and camp gear to clothes and firewood. It has kept everything bone dry. Absolutely LOVE these bags! June 1, 2015
Great product! This is exactly what i was looking for. Easy to attach, waterproof and holds what i need to take while keeping the weight down low on the bike. February 24, 2015
Good Value These bags are a good value. These bags are just a little smaller then I pictured in my head. Beyond that, I can not ask for any more in an adventure bag. With these I do not have to take my car anywhere but to pick up my kids! February 2, 2015
Simply THE best ADV luggage around I've had these Expedition bags on my old KLR, and have nothing but praise to say about them! They're 100% waterproof, can take any knock or drop thrown at them, and when packed properly can hold a crazy amount of gear. When not in use they can be stored flat on the bike, and don't suffer from UV-fade. These were a permanent fixture on the KLR which was parked in the elements 80% of the time, and are so good they were a no-brainer for my BMW X-Challenge. They far surpassed my expectations and are ideal for those doing real-deal ADV riding. December 4, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Gary G: "No better dry bag system. Plus maybe I won't break my leg moving to the soft bag over my 35ltr hard Tusks, Tusks a great system but they are "Hard". " Oct 14, 2015
michael A: This looked to be the best bags to fit my needs.Next thing to do is to try them out and see how right i am. Jul 7, 2015
Stuart G: it has been a difficult descision but looking at reviews and other products i think this will best suit me going forward Jun 12, 2015
Daniel T: Saw them at the Wolfman HQ. Fell in love with them. May 6, 2015
C H: Wolfman quality. They were easy to mount on the Suzuki DL650 bag racks, do not move around and are rain and water tight. Apr 6, 2015
Wes J: Reputation for being a very rugged, dry luggage system for riding in multi-week off road adventures. Mar 16, 2015
Mike F: I decided I didn't want hard cases... I tried these (yellow) and now I very glad I did... They work great and hold a lot... I like the yellow,, it helps vehicles from behind and come from the side of you realize you are there... Bright colors stand out,, grays and black blend into the pavement... Red F800 GSA....... Feb 16, 2015
Jeanne W: These were highly rated by many other adventure/dual-sport riders... waterproof, durable, lots of attachment/tie-down points. Feb 3, 2015
Stephen M: good soft saddlebag and best fixing system and waterproof. Jan 19, 2015
Katharine D: highly recommended by my brother who has toured alot on motorcycles and having tried alot of luggage says this the best Dec 8, 2014
Jason P: best soft bag made Nov 26, 2014
Kristopher H: Utility appeal and waterproof features. Nov 4, 2014
richard c: Excellent quality and value for money and they work! Sep 27, 2014
Patrick C: Good price, right size, simple design. Sep 23, 2014
Jari W: I like wolfman stuff. Decided to try soft luggage instead of aluminum panniers. A lot less money Aug 27, 2014
Jerry W: After through research I feel this is a high quality product well suited for our motorcycle adventures. The information about this product on RevZilla left me feeling confident with the item and the company.

Jerry Wills
executive producer
Xpeditions TV
The Jerry Wills Show
Aug 24, 2014
Chris H: Needed a set of saddlebags for panier rack, have only heard of good things about wolfman Aug 14, 2014
Daniel A: Going on a week long camping trip out west and needed more water proof cargo space. These appear tough enough for DS trip into the mountains. Also liked the removable wear pad on the back side. Jun 15, 2014
S L: Sweet packs. May 5, 2014
ANTON S: Don't like hard luggage. Want to mount heavier items lower than something that will go on top of the seat. Also need waterproof. Using the universal saddle bag straps, these should fit on my Happy Trails SU side racks. BMW F650 Dakar. May 4, 2014
Russell M: Solid. American made. May 4, 2014
David K: Great reviews, reasonable price, satisfied with past purchases with Wolfman. Apr 24, 2014
Janssen T: I needed a simple and waterproof luggage system for my dual sport rides. Mar 21, 2014
matthew t: friend Mar 16, 2014
YoRam W: Like the quality and design of the product, looked at many other similar products and this one seem best suited for adventure all condition rides, water proof, easy to use, reasonably priced and best of all MADE IN USA. Mar 1, 2014
Eric C: Good pricing and reviews about the product. Feb 22, 2014
Philip C: Based on my research, this seems to be the perfect side bag set for a DRZ-400. Waterproof and rugged, I will find out with a trip on the TransAmerica Trail. Feb 14, 2014
Nick B: Quality product, light weight and not to big for my BMW F650GS Feb 10, 2014
Michael K: Great bag. Perfect capacity for multi-day bike trips. Feb 7, 2014
Garth M: Have the dry duffle and Rollie bags and I think wolfman product quality is excellent. Feb 2, 2014
Jeff H: This product was recommended to me by a fellow rider. Jan 19, 2014
Adam C: Great reputation, one of the few options available for my bike Jan 14, 2014
Craig D: Old school reliability Dec 18, 2013
S O: Gave my G650gs a more stream like look, and they are water proof. Dec 17, 2013
Adam M: Everyone raves about these bags, they are heavy duty and waterproof. Great for adventure touring. Dec 9, 2013
Ronald H: I liked it and everyone says its great Nov 19, 2013
Allen P: Lite weight and hopefully my essentials will fit, thus eliminating 24 lbs of hard bags. These bags will reduce the amount of capacity I currently have with the hard panniers currently installed on bike. Presently own wolfman products and am very impressed with quality in every arena. Nov 17, 2013
MICHAEL C: The stock bags on my Moto Guzzi NTX stick out to much Oct 31, 2013
Valentino T: Quality product,highly recommended by friends who have done hardcore trips Oct 29, 2013
Robert M: friend Oct 18, 2013
Robert C: same type of roll water proof bag used in the military Sep 23, 2013
Richard F: looks lightweight & cool Sep 16, 2013
T K: Fits the racks on the bike I just bought. Aug 27, 2013
Dave D: I have their tank bag which is of really good quality, and we're gearing up to do some overnight now Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm thinking to add the Expedition side bags to the top of my Jesse Bags (metal). From the top of the Jessee Bags to my wife's arms it is 13". These would seem to be perfect as arm rests for her since these are 13" wide when on their side. .Any thoughts on this application? Thanks ; ) Aug 24, 2014
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Richard E: I love my Expedition bags, very well made. Took a serious spill that left me with 3 broken ribs and about $1500 of damage (plastics) to my KLR. As for the bags, not even a scuff.

As for your question, it sounds like a good idea. The compression straps would help contain the proper size so it does not become to bulky. Try it, Revzilla has a great return policy.
Aug 26, 2014
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Fredrick M: I have these Expedition saddle bags on my f800gs. I really don't think the bags will work out the way you are wanting to use them. They come with two large straps that are sewn into the top of the bag and two more straps that go around the bag for attaching to a side rack. These straps would probably get in the way if you try mounting them to the top of your bags. As for arm rests here's the specs from wolfman's site: Length 13", width 7" and Height 13". Have you looked at the small expedition dry duffel. Or maybe the Renegade duffel. I think those might be better options for what you are wanting to do. Aug 24, 2014
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John H asked: Wolfman Medium Duffle and Saddle Bags: I know there is a specific side rack system for my bike ('12 DR650SE), but is a rear rack required or recommended to carry the duffle? If so, what brand? TIA John Aug 10, 2013
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William A: You could carry a duffel without a rear rack but it would probably cover your brake light and be hard on the rear fender due to lack of support. I would recommend a rear rack. A good combo I've found is the wolfman side racks and the pro moto billet rear rack. (I found out the hard way a man rack rear and wolfman side are NOT compatible, fyi.)

I would recommend a small wolfman duffel paired with the side expedition bags. Any larger than the small duffel and you will have a hard time getting into your side bags without moving/removing the duffel. The small duffel is actually quite large.

My bike is a 2005 DR 650. Hope that helps.
Aug 12, 2013
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Adam C: Hi John,

A rear rack would definitely be recommended to secure the duffle bag. It'll be easier to secure the bag, and distribute the weight better. Also, you won't run the risk of scratching up the rear fender of your bike.

If you are using the wolfman side rack system on your DR650, you'll have to be careful choosing a rear rack that is compatible with the side racks. Wolfman makes one, that along with some spacers (available also from Wolfman), works well.

You can also google around and see if there are any other aftermarket racks that are compatible.
Aug 13, 2013
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Jonathan H: Hello John,
For the duffle I would say you could lash it to the grab handles / side racks and it would mold itself to the profile of the seat, however a tail rack would make it much more secure. Wolfman makes a nice one as well as Pat Walsh designs. I have a Pat Walsh top rack and the Wolfman side racks with the expedition saddle bags and its a great setup for touring and everyday commuting. Hope this helps
Jonathan Hoffmann
Aug 12, 2013
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Fredrick M: I have the wolfman medium expedition dry duffel bag on my 09 f800gs. The bag has 4 D-ring loops on each side along the straps to secure the bag to your bike. It also has 2 compression straps at the top and one on each side. As long as your DR650 has some place on the back of the seat to put a strap through you won't need a rack. Rear grab on the stock bike should provide more than enough area for a secure attachment of the bag. Aug 12, 2013
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klaus f: John,
I had the Wolfman on my Honda Xr650L
and for the rear unless you want to overlay
the wolfmans you need a rear rack.
By the way the muffler side got so hot
that everything what hit the side melted
A must do is too put a cardboard on the
I hope this little info helped.
Good luck !!!
Aug 12, 2013
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Keith H: John H,

I wouldn't think that you would necessarily need a new rear rack with these bags. They will fasten nicely over any stock seat or rear rack, however with the appropriate side racks. I have Wolfman's rear rack, pillion rack and side rack for my Yamaha Super Tenere and they all work very nice.

Keith H.
Aug 13, 2013
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A s: Hey John...I didn't buy the duffel, just the saddle bags. But I would recommend some kind of rack for a duffel. Suzuki makes a good looking one that matches the wolfman racks for the drz400sm. It ain't cheap but that's the one I would buy. Cheers and safe riding! David Aug 12, 2013
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A s: Oops, sorry just saw you have 650 not 400. Well maybe Suzuki makes something, and there are other options out there. In either case, for off road riding, the rack would be handy Aug 12, 2013
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Carson K: The side rack is not required for the duffle. A rear or tail rack would help in securing the duffle. The side racks are specific for the side bags. Aug 13, 2013
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Baris E: Rear rack is not required, you hang the bags over the pillion (or under it) and tie them to the side racks. Aug 12, 2013
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Faysal I asked: Anyone know if this bag would fit a textile motorcycle jacket (with armor)? It seems not, right? Apr 1, 2015
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Matthew E: I'm able to fit the Joe Rocket Phoenix jacket (which has a soft spine pad) into this saddle bag just barely; it's a tight fit.
Apr 1, 2015
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Faysal I: Thanks, Matthew! Soft spine here as well. Guess I'll test it out when I get it. Apr 1, 2015
William W: I have a REV'IT Sands 2 with armor and it will fit, but takes some effort. If you have something with back protection and really stiff armor it could be a choir, or if you've got something heavily insulated. If you're concerned about it maybe consider the medium size dry duffell? Apr 2, 2015
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Bob M: You mean to store it inside? I have a relatively small textile jacket that would probably fit inside it and a full size (below the waist) heavy-duty textile jacket that would be too big to fit inside. So a small textile jacket, likely yes. A big one, likely no. Apr 1, 2015
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Faysal I: Bob, thank you. Yes, that's what I was asking. That's helpful. Apr 1, 2015
Haewon G: I wear XL and my Cycle Gear jacket will fit - but no room for anything else. Apr 1, 2015
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Faysal I: My bad, English is not my first language. I was asking whether the jacket would fit inside the bag. Apr 1, 2015
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Haewon G: I wear XL and my Cycle Gear jacket will fit - but no room for anything else. Apr 1, 2015
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Jacques J: Don't know what your asking? The bag is for the bike not the rider. Apr 1, 2015
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Faysal I: My bad, English is not my first language. I was asking whether the jacket would fit inside the bag. Apr 1, 2015
A shopper asked: Do the bags include universal saddlebag straps? Jan 2, 2014
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Richard S: I don't believe the Expedition saddlebags include Wolfman's recently released "Universal Saddlebag Straps" to secure them to your side rack. I purchased my bags in mid-2013 (before the "Universal Saddlebag Straps" were available) and bought the "Other Rack Mount Straps" to mate with my Happy Trails SU side racks. The system is pretty straightforward and includes straps that go over, or under, a bike's seat depending on the bike's design, other accessories that may already be installed, and the owner's intent. These bags easily go on my WR250R with a Sargant seat, Happy Trails SU racks, and Happy Trails rear rack. Jan 2, 2014
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Michael C: Wolfman's own website states: A secure six-point-per-bag mounting and compression system makes for an extremely stable load on virtually any side rack using the included Universal Saddlebag Straps. It goes on to say: Wolfman rack-mounted saddlebags shipping after October 11, 2013 have the Universal Saddlebag Straps included. Revzilla was unaware of this, and was suggesting the purchase of the Universal mounting straps for $26.99 extra. I pointed it out to the salesman today and he was passing the information on to Revzilla's marketing team. Oct 27, 2014
david a: They include all necessary tensioning straps but the straps that are used to hold the bag onto the rack are set up for the Wolfman racks. Though the way the straps work it seems they would work on most any rack. The Wolfman racks have slots that you place a little metal clip into and the strap simply goes through that clip if you were to simply wrap the strap around another rack without the slot and clip set up it seems like it would work just fine. You might have to put something on the rack to make sure the strap doesn't slide but again it seems that it would work.

I hope this is helpful
Jan 13, 2014
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Haewon G: Mount with overseat straps. I found this uncomfortable and modified the straps to secure directly to the rack. I was able to do this with the included hardware.

Side mounts require Wolfman type hoops around the perimeter of the pannier frame.
Jan 2, 2014
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Jose M I: Yes. Dont need to buy more though thinking that the bags didnt come with the straps, I ended up buying extras. The straps are great and now I am using them to strap other stuff. Jan 2, 2014
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Carson K: The pair of bags that I purchased did not come with a set of universal straps. I did not need to purchase the straps because I have the wolfman rack. Jan 4, 2014
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SHAWN P asked: This question has been asked before. Are the universal Wolfman straps included? Wolfman's site says they are. Dec 3, 2014
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James J: I mounted the Wolfman saddlebags to my Touratech frame via the Velcro D-rings. I believe the universal straps referred to were not available when I bought mine a year or two ago. I think your bike specific straps are included from Wolfman but not positive.

That being said, the D-rings work great and the bags held in place very well even when I forgot to connect one of the D-rings. The only problem is that the straps can be a bit of a chore to tighten/loosen after they are covered in grime or when your hands are semi-frozen. Hard cases would be easier to open and close but these soft bags are a worthwhile inexpensive alternative for shorter trips of a week or two or less. Any longer and I would get tired of dealing with the straps and packing and unpacking the soft bags.
Dec 3, 2014
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James J: Not sure what is meant by "universal Wolfman straps" but all the straps that are needed come attached to the saddlebags. They connect to supplied D-rings which are velcro attached to the frame on the bike. The bags also have large adjustable straps that run over the top of the seat that connect the two bags to each other. The straps detach allowing one bag to be removed from the bike at a time.
Overall they are really great, heavy-duty but lightweight bags. They are a bit smaller in person than I had expected but they still carry quite a lot of gear. No regrets in choosing these.
Dec 3, 2014
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Richard E: Hi Shawn. I bought the Wolfman Saddle Bags a couple of years ago, very satisfied with the product. At that time, Wolfman offered side racks that now are discontinued, back then the Universal Kit was optional. Looking at the current product description, it does say that the Universal Kit is included. Buy with confidence. Rick E. Dec 3, 2014
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Gary S: I have these Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags and I purchased the Wolfman racks. The bags came with all of the necessary straps to attach the bags to the racks. I don't know if this answers your question, but I can say that I have found these bags to be well made and very practical to use. Dec 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the expedition saddle bags fit on the Hepco Becker c-bow system? Jul 28, 2014
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Londres R: Bud really I don't know if the Expedition Saddle Bags fit on Hepco Becker, I'm sorry, but there are a really nice and helpfull bags Jul 28, 2014
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Allen P: I am not familiar with the c-bow system by Hepco-Becker. Jul 28, 2014
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Richard F: I do not know. Jul 28, 2014
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Gustavo Ernesto D asked: Hello guys!

Just a quick question, do the F800GS 2014 need a racking system for the Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags? I try to do a sort with my bike selected but only the heat cove came on?

Nov 9, 2015
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Cary D: You won't have any trouble finding racks for your bike. As far as the Wolfman bags go, I've punished mine for two "seasons" so far, and haven't had any issues whatsoever. If you can't spring for some aluminum panniers, these are the next best bet. Happy riding! Nov 10, 2015
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Cary D: You will need side racks in order to mount the Wolfman saddlebags. Try searching the SW Motech and Twisted Throttle websites, they have racks and luggage solutions for BMW. Nov 9, 2015
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Gustavo Ernesto D: Thanks for that Cary! Nov 9, 2015
Drew C asked: Looking to use these for an FZ07. I can't tell from the picture or description if I'll need to buy a luggage rack for the bike in order to use these. Ideally, I could get medium size dry bags that are easy to get on and off without having to buy a rack that will make me cut holes or drill through any part of my bike. Are these what I'm looking for? Oct 21, 2015
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W D S: You need luggage racks for these to work. A variety of racks work with these, since the attachments are adjustable, the Wolfman website explains attachment and size of racks required in detail. Nov 4, 2015
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Tony A: To my knowledge you would need to use a rack with these, part of the securing system for these bags relies on attaching to a rack. Nov 4, 2015
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John C asked: I am interested in this product but now that Wolfman no longer makes side racks which side racks do they fit best on? Feb 14, 2015
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Daniel B: Hi John. I've had a pair of these soft pannier bags for 18 months. They are totally waterproof and easy to use. (I got rid of all the fiddly straps and use a rubber occy strap on each side - much easier.) I can thoroughly recommend the side racks (and tail racks and engine protection bars) made by Fred at Dirt Racks. I researched a number of brands and these are excellent value and very tough - and they fitted really well first time. Plus, they are designed to fit hard and soft luggage so if you ever want to change to hard boxes it's easy. These bags are a bit smaller than some others on the market. There's not much in it but a few times I've wished I had the extra space of a pair of Andy Strapz. Happy travels! Feb 15, 2015
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Allen P: Wolfman web site can help you with youtr inquiry. Feb 14, 2015
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A shopper asked: What side rack is available to fit the Wolfman Expedition dry bags on a 2006 Suzuki DR-Z400S? Feb 2, 2015
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Gerald F: Don't know but the bags fit my Bmw1200GSA stock side mounts almost perfectly. You're going to need a pretty big side rail system for a DRZ400. Moto-racks might work. SW Motech makes good stuff and appears to be bigger than moto-racks and would probably work. You need about 14-16" long and about 8-10" high rails. The Moto-rack has cool loops built in that will work well with the Wolfman attachment system if the rack is big enough. Feb 17, 2015
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Ronald D: From Wolfman website:

These saddlebags will mount to a wide variety of racks with the included Universal Saddlebag Straps. Racks must be oval/rectangle shaped and height of hoop (top to bottom) must not exceed 9.5 inches (24cm). We've specifically tested them with these racks:
•SW Motech
Feb 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: is this the price of ~$234 for a pair, i.e. 2 bags, left and right bags? Jan 26, 2015
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Steve A: Yes, that's per pair. Great bags, have held up very well. Pretty fast on/off of the Wolfman racks too, with their little quick release attachment. No heat issue next to the factory DR650 exhaust for me, either. All in all, very happy with these. Feb 3, 2015
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Haewon G: Yes. Feb 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can any of the side racks be modified to fit a Ural? Oct 8, 2013
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Gary S: Do not know for sure, but I would think that some form of modification would allow a rack to be fitted to a Ural to support a Wolfman bag. I ride a Triumph Tiger 800 XC and the stock Wolfman racks work great. Oct 13, 2013
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Richard F: No idea - but assume that it could be done with custom fabrication (welding). The custom side racks fit my wr250r perfectly with several 3 D bends Oct 9, 2013
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