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Wolfman Rocky Mountain Saddlebags
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Wolfman Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags

To create the Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags, Wolfman used their popular Expedition Saddle Bags as a template and utilized the same mounting and compression system. With a capacity of 32 liters each, the Rocky Mountain Bags are cone shaped (wider at the top than bottom) to make packing them easier. Internal stiffeners are held in place with hook and loop and work to compress and secure the load (to Wolfman or other side racks) which make the bags become almost ridged and firm, not floppy. The bags are sewn in-house by Wolfman and utilize their own custom vinyl-coated 1680 denier ballistics nylon fabric. They have a 35oz. vinyl bottom to compliment 22oz. vinyl back and front accents.  

Because the bags are sewn and not 100% waterproof, Wolfman includes their Yellow 200D PU-coated and seam taped waterproof liners. The liners are custom fit to make them easy in and out, while keeping contents dry.  

Features:

  • 32 liter capacity (with about 3 liters of float)
  • Heavy duty 1680 denier custom vinyl coated ballistic nylon 
  • 35oz vinyl bottom
  • 22oz vinyl back, front mounts and removable back pad
  • Mounts to Wolfman or other side racks
  • Ultra secure 6 point mounting system per bag using heavy duty 1” metal cam buckles
  • Carry Handle
  • Waterproof liner
  • External D-rings for more versatility or for adding additional bags or fuel bottle holsters
  • Stay-put internal stiffeners
  • Reflective striping runs horizontally from front to back
  • Sold as a pair

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Rocky Mountain bags are designed specifically for use with Wolfman Side Racks 
  • May be compatible with other racks including Touratec, Hepco/Becker and Givi if the racks do not exceed 9.5" top to bottom
  • For other side rack systems, use the Wolfman Universal Saddlebag Straps
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Wolfman Rocky Mountain Saddlebags 4.4 5 9 9
Almost perfect... In the past I have only used hard bags, but I am definitely on the soft bag train now! Wolfman has done a great job with the Rocky Mountain setup... I have a BMW F800GS with the Touratech pannier racks installed and these bags installed flawlessly. Very intuitive, I didn't even need the instructions! I like the fact that there are internal stiffeners in the bags, as they stay semi-rigid even when completely empty. They are constructed very well, and I can see that in conjunction with the supplied dry bag liners my goodies will always stay dry. The only complaint I have is very minor, and the reason I only gave the bags a 3 for durability: all of the big D-rings and most of the mounting hardware are plastic... now I realize that it is top quality high-impact plastic and will probably last a very long time without breaking, but it would be more reassuring to see some aircraft aluminum in these areas. Everything else about these bags seems bullet proof and well thought out, and they certainly aren't easy on the wallet, so why on earth is there so much plastic? Hopefully Wolfman knows what they're doing... March 31, 2014
Quality of Bags Look Great The bags look great. I am looking forward to using them as soon as the massive piles of snow melt. The bags appear to be durable and well made. After a couple of years of steady use I will be able to provide better feedback. The shipping from Revzilla was very fast and the packaging was secure! March 8, 2014
Product is fanastic very well made, easily installed on any bike, fit and finish are great now all my buddies want a set!! February 24, 2014
this is a very good, and well designed soft bag for adventure riding with a few exceptions We are very pleased with the Rocky Mountain Saddlebags. the overall design and travel worthiness is excellent. We did not realize that we needed the Wolfman Universal Saddle bag straps in addition. The instructions here for other brand racks shows a 1" D-ring and strap, this is NOT included with the bags. So, we ordered the newer Universal bag straps after a little research because they looked like a better system anyway. Well, we have the SW-Motech rack system on our 990 and the Universal straps are really hard to wrap around the rack tube because it is like a rectangle with curved sides and the diameter is almost too much for the straps. It took about 15 minutes to get all 8 on, as opposed to the few seconds shown on the Wolfman manufacturers website. It was even harder to get them back off. So, the universal straps need to be about 1/8" to a 1/4" longer. After all of that I would have prefered the D-rings shown in the instructions for other brand racks. Also, the buckles for the main straps across the bike are very large. There was no way my wife could sit on that! Luckily we could place it under the seat in the middle. I would think the design could be modified and keep the attachment on one side right at the bags so only the soft strap would be in the center. February 17, 2014
Trans America Test Ok, Thanksgiving week I did the first 900+ miles of the TAT (Trans America Trail). I ran in freezing rain, mud up to the Kazoo and several river crossings. Morning low temps reached 17 degrees, so these bags got a good hardee test. I was on a V-Strom equipped with a new set of Wolfman Rocky Mountain saddle bags. The bags are great, all my gear stayed dry through over 200 miles of rain, sometimes heavy sometimes freezing. The only water found in the outer bag was after one particularly deep river crossing, but it never got into the internal bag so all my cloths stayed dry. I dropped the bike once in the mud in MS. and the RMSB protected the bike flawlessly. Side Air Bags, OH YEA! Pros: Bags stayed in place, never moved, collapsed, or needed adjustment. Also stayed flexible in the cold. Cons: The metal cam buckles are an excellent idea, they work great, but I could only use 1 of the six per bag due to the short length, the rest I used large wire ties in replacement. Wolfman, Add a couple of inches and you have a near perfect system. December 10, 2013
Great bags! Install a heat shield over muffler. Installed these on my GSA. They hold more than the BMW hard bags, and weigh close to 20 lbs less! Security could be an issue, but I am not too concerned. I can pull the liners out and bring the gear in the room or tent at night. Can also pull the bags quite easily. Love them! November 13, 2013
Well made piece of gear Well i was really agonising over purchasing these bags over my hard panniers but I am glad I did. They are fantastic quality and really secure well on the bike. I have not tested them in the rain as yet but I can tell you if any water gets past the liner I would be very shocked. Cant wait to go away and use these off-road and really give them a test. So far I am more than happy and I think they are excellent value for money when you see the quality. September 30, 2013
Strong & messy I have not ridden with this product yet, so this review comes from handling it and fitting it to the bike. There are a TON of straps on this thing. It was a bit overwhelming at first. I can see how some people might miss or forget to apply a strap when installing this. I did stuff it full and mount it to my bike, and also put some bottle holders on it. Everything seems very tight and very well built. I'm not sure of it's exact placement yet as I do not have the wolfman racks installed yet. Without the racks, they seemed to only sit maybe 2 inches outside of my handlebars. That is a nice surprise as I thought they might be even wider. Make no mistake, these bags are HUGE! They seem light and I really appreciate the plastic mould in the bottom of the bags that help keep their shape. The hand strap on the top is a bit sad for a handle. If they are full and heavy, it will not be a comfortable handle. The handles could have been better without much work or expense. June 3, 2013
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Laurent M: I bought a klr to tour the US and needed luggage to strap on it. I love those so much that I am now using them on my GS 1150 and XR 400 in Europe. Yes, they are THAT versatile. So far, I have only good things to say about Wolfman. I my opinion, a lot more value for money than with T***tech. Apr 16, 2014
D I: Nicest soft luggage available. Mar 25, 2014
John N: Looking for quality, lightweight luggage for those times I tour on my Super Tenere. Mar 14, 2014
Kerry B: the great reviews and features, the larger capacity. Feb 5, 2014
Steve A: Best price, free shipping Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: How much do these bags weigh individually? Sep 17, 2013
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George R: The bags are very light. Haven't weighed them but under 3-4 lbs. very rugged and definitely waterproof. Used them on a trip and the were easy to work with and they did what they advertised. Sep 17, 2013
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Mark D: These bags without the yellow water proof removable inserts weight is approx. 3.5 lbs each or 7 lbs combined. Hope this helps. Bags are very durable and will transport a lot of weight inside. Sep 18, 2013
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Jim R: I don't have a scale but each bag can't weigh more than three pounds with the waterproof liner. Hope this helps. Sep 18, 2013
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james r: they weigh about as much as a sixpack each, light but fairly sturdy... but not put them to the test yet... Sep 18, 2013
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Ken V: Just weighed one on my bathroom scale came in at 4.5 lbs. Sep 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do these bags come with straps to make them fit any side racks or do they have to be purchased separately?
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Nate
Dec 9, 2013
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George R: Nate, I bought the Wolfeman racks to use with these bags. The straps and hardware came with them and they work well. Having called Wolfeman several times prior to purchasing the bags and racks, I found their product specialist to be very helpful and knowledgeable. If you intend to use them with other racks I am pretty sure it can be done but there may be modified strap system. The bags are excellent. My first trip with them was in a downpour from Vermont to the coast of Maine where the storm followed us the entire way. The contents of the bags stayed dry and the mounting was perfect. I highly recommend these. I did look at the Enduristan bags and those are a great product too and do not need racks. FYI
George
Dec 10, 2013
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Stephen A: I found the bags were easily mounted to my HT SL racks by unlacing the compression straps, running them around appropriate locations on the rack, and then relacing. I found the straps to be plenty long for this. In fact, I think they probably mount more snug with less flop this way as opposed to the universal mounting kit as this would add too much slack. My Rocky Mtns stayed secure and snug on a 2,200 mi back road trip this summer with about 200 of that being rough rocky dirt roads. In and out of them all day every day for two weeks and all the store runs at home and they still look and feel near new. Pretty happy with them. Dec 10, 2013
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Jeremy W: I purchased these bags a whole ago and I'm pretty sure the straps will work for most systems! I can tell you that they will not work on the F700gs because the bag rest on the exhaust. I still have to buy the wolfman pannier kit!

Jeremy
Dec 9, 2013
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Brad D: Think I ordered the universal strap kit which works great as I have custom racks for my bike but these bags adapt to just about anything. Dec 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the actual dimensions of each bag (length, height, width) and what is the capacity of each bag (32 liters or 16 liter) May 18, 2013
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RevZilla: We just took a measurement, and the 32 Liter version was coming in at 16 inches long, 11 1/2 inches tall, and 7 inches deep. The 16 Liter version is just larger then half of the size of the 32 Liter. May 30, 2013
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hector g: does it Works with the rak r1200 gsa 2011 ? Aug 27, 2013
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Kris S: Yes, but you'll need to fabricate a metal sheet that will prevent the bag from touching your exhaust. Sep 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm considering these bags for my 08 DL650 V-Strom. I'd like to use the Givi PL532 racks. My question is: Do you need to use the straps over the top of the rear seat to use this product or can you mount the luggage directly to the rack so the back seat is more comfortable/accessible for two-up riding? Jan 27, 2014
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Brian W: Yes, you will need to use the cross over straps if you have any weight in the bags themselves.

To move the junction towards towards the rear I have criss crossed the straps and adjusted the buckles as far off center as possible. It helps some but does not completely solve the problem. I don't ride that bike two up, so I can't say I have paid that much attention. I'll take a look tonight and give you a better idea tomorrow. It's 8 below zero here, so I have not been riding much lately and my memory is vague on the matter.

Would it be possible on that bike to route the straps under the seat. That would be positive solution.
Jan 27, 2014
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Harry V: you need to use the straps over the seat as these are the main load bearing straps, but I believe they offer optional straps with velcro instead of the buckles for two-up riding Jan 27, 2014
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Richard S asked: 2 questions about the Wolfman rack/Rocky Mtn bags on my 2006 R1200GS: 1 - Can I still use my BMW Vario top case? 2 - Can I fit my rear seat back on over the straps?
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Mar 20, 2014
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Richard K: I ride a suzuki m50 boulevard , I can't answer your question on your BMW Mar 24, 2014
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