Wolfman Small Expedition Tank Bag
100% quality built and very practical.
Well Made and good quality materials used. Easy to Install. Very practical.
August 13, 2013
Love the size
This bag is just the perfiect size. Easy to install.
It is a little hard to get to the content in a hurry but that is probably what makes it more weather resistant.
July 22, 2013
good quality well made
I tried my mates GL fandango tank bag on my KTM690 fitted with a safari aux tank, I purchased this bag as the GL was unavailable at the time, this bag is definitely larger and part of me wishes I had got the GL bag in the end, I think it would have fitted my particular application better, nothing against the bag as build quality is great and seems robust. but the awkward shape of the fuel filler area of the Safari tank on the KTM690 worked better with the GL bags IMHO
July 21, 2013
Loving it so far
Fits real well on the S. Tenere; as if it was designed specifically for that bike. Spacious enough to carry my camera equipment and with the ability to expand enables it to hold so much more. Only gripe is the map pouch could stand to be at least one inch longer in each direction. My pre-laminated/folded road maps (seem to be standard folded dimensions) are just about half an inch too wide so they bind inside the pouch. First trip I used the bag, I was slammed by a severe downpour. The bag compartment was dry as a bone.
June 13, 2013
perfect size for my F700GS
This tank bag fits and looks great on my BMW F700GS
March 18, 2013
Well made, easy to install and looks great. Plenty of space for the little things you want to keep dry.
April 15, 2013
Sturdy, good-looking and functional!
I bought this bag to sit on top of my G650 GS. Fit and finish on the bag is top notch, well thought out closure and solid materials. The base material won't scar your paint either. Look for alternate ways to anchor the bag- simpler and better for me was to go around each frame rail as forward as possible under the seat so only a couple of inches of strap hangs out at the head of the seat, right behind the bag. Spacer keeps things in place. Likewise in front, I just screwed/washered the strap under the 2 screws at the head of my center cover. Much cleaner look and works great. Went on a first ride with the bag last weekend, filled it up with what usually rides in my pockets- phone, glasses cases x 2, wallet, chap stick, do rag etc. Zero complaints after opening and closing the top, which goes over the bag like a lid, and the inner flap and draw string make it secure underneath. Nothin's gonna fall out of there and looks like it will stay dry no problem. Easy to take the whole thing with you if you want to, just pop it loose and go. If you shorten your straps, burn the ends with a lighter and sew or glue the ends down right away. I went a day without doing that and saw a buckle go sailing away in the wind on my commute with the bag left off. Sturdy, good-looking and highly functional product, which is what we want, right?
February 18, 2013