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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.
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
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
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David C: good reviews, size I was looking for...Feb 21, 2015
jason l: Need additional storage and these bags are light when not loaded, contour the bike when loaded or unloaded and provide rain protection, weather protection and mount/dismount easily or so I'm told, we shall see, but I've got my fingers crossed.Sep 30, 2014
Mark S: I have a set of Touratech hard bags for my KTM 690. I will use these when I ride in Moab or the Rockies where I tend to "take a dirt nap in more technical terrain. Also good for sand as you have less chance of getting crushed by the hard bagsAug 18, 2014
William L C: I ride primarily in Arizona. The group I ride with use Wolfman products and swear by the quality, rugged construction and general durability. Just like Revzilla, top of the line companies, both. Thanks, BCJun 28, 2014
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
Mark D: Best review great service from RevZillaApr 4, 2014
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
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
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 GeorgeDec 10, 2013
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
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!
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
Steve J:Hey Richard, I have a F800GS with a Vario top case. You can use these bags with the top case as long as you move the buckle on the strap to one side of the vario top case. It wont fit underneath. But I have used both together very successfully.Jun 3, 2014
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
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