Wolfman Monarch Pass Saddlebags
little smaller than I wanted
Wish they were about 25% larger but nice bags. The bags looked bigger in the photos.
August 31, 2015
Monarch Pass saddlebags on DR350
These bags look like they will work great for an upcoming motocamping trip. Easy to install once I built some racks, and they look great, hold still, aren't in the way while riding, and hold quite a bit of gear.
July 20, 2015
Perfect for me and my KLR 650
First: I have read some complaints about these bags not being waterproof. To these folks I say: put your s**t in a garbage bag like the rest of us and quit whining! You will not find a tougher set of bag in my opinion. Very, very high level of quality. Very strong materials and sensible construction. I have been whipping a set of these bags like a rabid dog for a full season now and they perform as new. Wolfman's stuff is bomber.
June 2, 2015
Great product and quality
I purchased these bags after i purchased the nelson riggs bags as they didn't work for my needs so i purchased the Wolfman bags. The quality is excellent, the fit and finish is great im very happy the bags and how they attach they are great bags and i would recommend them to anyone looking for a nice soft bag
March 30, 2015
Good bags, but on the small side
No complaints about the quality of these bags; they are well made. Usability/function is straight forward and they should prove practical. But, at 20 liters each, they are on the small side. Unless you have other luggage you can strap to your bike, these will do the job for day trips or weekend jaunts. Any thing longer, you will need more capacity. Now if only Wolfman made these, say, 25 percent larger.....
February 23, 2015
Great soft luggage option.
Received these promptly and they were well-packaged for shipping. I was somewhat surprised as to how light and compact these bags were. I mounted these on my 2014 V Strom 650. The Wolfman mounting strap attachments are well engineered and would allow for multiple mounting options/configurations. The bags are well made with heavy duty stitching and zippers. There are attachment points as well located on the top flaps of each bag where additional cargo could be strapped. The bags are unobtrusive enough that I decided, at least for now, to keep them attached to the bike. To help them maintain their shape while empty I experimented with several small plastic trash cans that could be inserted and left. Finally settled on small 12 liter (If I recall correctly) white Rubbermaid plastic trash bins. After a little trimming, these fit perfectly. Keep in mind these bags are not waterproof so I would suggest drilling several 1/4" diameter holes in the bottom of the trash cans because water will collect otherwise. You will want to keep the saddlebag contents stored in dry bags as well. These bags combined with my tank bag provide more than adequate capacity for in-town errands and the 2-3 day solo camping/adventures (minimalist camping that is). Only time will attest to the durability of these bags but based on my early observations I wouldn't hesitate purchasing additional Wolfman products nor would I hesitate doing business with Revzilla again for that matter.
August 11, 2014
Coming from owning the Rocky Mountain bags.....these are pleasantly simple. Top loading bags with minimal straps. They attach firmly to the side racks and have a high level of quality, fit, and finish. I'm using these on a small "Adventured Up" dual sport....just didn't think I needed waterproof bags given I pack in drysacks anyway. Frankly...I love the fact I'm not messing with a roll top closure.....
I'd like to see an external pocket of some variety.
August 4, 2014
Clap for the Wolfman!
Absolutely love the the bags on my 04 Bonnie Black, looks like they were made for it. Fits decently on the factory rails and dont move at 80mph on the interstate. Added the bottle holsters and they look all business. A couple $10 drybags from the local huge-mart fit perfectly and make them sufficiently waterproof. Plenty of attachment points for anything. Just got back from a several day camping trip with rain in the mix and the bike is filthy but the bags still look clean.
Yeah they could be cheaper but they are MADE IN THE USA by our friends and neighbors and not by children in some pleather sweatshop in bfchina. If we support these american companies the products will get better and more affordable(we hope).
Satisfied with my purchase and will look to the Wolfman again.
Im going out the the garage to clap for the Wolfman and howl at the moon....aaahhhOOOOOOOOOOOO!
June 23, 2014