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Designed for the most demanding motorcycle enthusiast. These expedition-quality saddle bags have streamlined styling for an uncompromising fit. Spacious 40 liter cargo capacity and the innovative side opening make access to the contents simple. The Summit Saddle Bags feature a universal 5 point mounting system (2 straps across the seat, 2 straps to the passenger pegs, and a strap around rear of the bags).
Universal 5 point mounting system
Non-slip, non-scratch backing
Zippered side pockets
D-Rings on the side of the bags are compatible with the Wolf Tail
Sold as a pair
Height: Front: 11 3/4", Rear: 9 3/4"
Per pair: 40 Liters, 2440 cu.in. (each bag 20 liters, 1220 cu.in.)
Great Saddle Bags for a Vintage Bike!
I bought these for my 1975 Honda CB200T so that I could do some touring. Perfect fit, great finish and good capacity. Very pleased.
June 23, 2014
Good but the little yellow pulleys (that's attached to the zipper) broke off (2 out of the 4). Kind of annoying because it happened on each side.
However with a little DIY it was fixed.
Great little page. I had a troubling time fitting my Bell 500 with visor in it but I sure did get my use out of it.
Other then the little issue, it is a great bag. Not too large and not too small. After 5 months owning this, I just learned there was side zippers with small pocket (doh!!)...but its too late, the bike is sold and now have my BMW F650GS!!! :-p
May 7, 2014
Perfect for quick trips
I have a 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 and I wanted something I could quickly throw on and take off without additional hardware. These bags do the trick. The bags are perfect for the rider that goes on occasional overnight trips, but wants to be bag free quickly. I haven't ridden in the rain with them yet, but I anticipate using additional dry bags to protect my cargo. They fit Great on the Bonnie and do not hang in the way of any moving parts. Passenger sits right on top of the straps and has yet to complain of discomfort.
(I have only had the bags a short time, and I will update this review if any issues arise in the future.)
October 31, 2013
Great bags for the Bonneville
I purchase this bags to use on my Triumph Bonneville. They work great plenty of space to go to the supermarket and lots of space for traveling items. They are super easy to put on and take of the bike.
The bags itself can hold some rain but if you had a lot of clothes or valuable items make sure you use extra protection because there will be some little filtration. I knew the bags are not water resistant but I was surprise how much rain they can take.
September 18, 2013
All Wolfman Products High Quality
This is my second set of Wolfman Saddle bags. The first set was the waterproof Expeditions I inherited when I bought a used 06 KLR 650 and they are great bags I would recommend them to anyone. Sold the KLR 03/13 went to a combination Road-Dual Sport-Off Road Rally in north central Arkansas 04/13 and was around all those KLR’s again and missed mine so I found a good deal on a 2008 KLR and bought it with no bags. Didn’t have the extra money to buy the racks and the bags so I opted for the Summit bags that would suit my needs without the waterproofing.
The 08 KLR is the first updated version of the KLR’s and it is a different motorcycle than all of the ones past. The Summit bags would have fit the 06 KLR just fine but the 08 is wider and the tail rack is much wider than the 06. The hook and loop straps were not long enough to go across up and under the tail rack. They would have fit across the seat but then the bags would have been too far forward and the rear strap that goes across the back fender was too short and in both situations that strap was against the end of the tailpipe.
But I have a set of Cortech Saddle bags on my DL 1000 V-Strom that the hook and loop straps are too long and the bags sagged on the motorcycle that have about 30,000 miles on them and are no longer pretty but still in good working shape and fit the KLR perfectly. The Summit bags fit the V-Strom perfectly so all is well. The Woflman’s will serve the purpose I use them for perfectly.
June 10, 2013
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Andreas P: The correct size and shape for my road bikeJun 8, 2014
Michael M: I have had Wolfman saddlebags on a KLR 650 I sold it bought another one and liked the Wolfman bags so I bought another set of them. The first set was waterproof I didn't want to spend or didn't have the extra cash to buy them. The Summit bags do what I want them to do and they are made of the same high quality of the other bags.Jan 29, 2014
Matthew B asked:I am looking for short bags that I can use with my triumph scrambler. Are these bags short enough that they will not sit on the exhaust if they are thrown over the seat?Feb 23, 2015
A shopper asked:Hi I have a Vstrom DL650. I am new to luggages on tourers and was wondering if I would require a rack to use these saddle bags? Looking for a touring adventure but boxes with racks are just too expensive. Looking forward to your advice. Thank youOct 29, 2014
I think these are primarily designed to work as throw-over style saddle-bags, with no need for luggage racks. I wound up returning them and going with a different set as the fitment was a little awkward on my vintage BMW. But your experience my vary. The RevZilla folks are cool and the return was no problem. Wolfman seems to have a good reputation, and these were roomy enough to easily accommodate an overnight trip with passenger. And I like their classic appearance. But one design issue that I found a little less than optimal was the openings--a bit fussy and the resulting opening did not provide the best/easiest access to the interior of the bags. I know the pics show a helmet peeking out, but I dunno how they got it in there in the first place. Good luck.Oct 29, 2014
Matthew P:I recently bought these to use on my triumph scrambler. I need a rack because of the high exhaust on the right but they are designed to just throw over. I've seen pictures of them just thrown over on klrs so you'd probably be fine with doing that. They cinch down nice and secure. Oct 29, 2014
Michael M:our answer has been submitted: "I had a 06 DL1000 I had the Wolfman Summit Saddle Bags on it until I sold it to buy a Super Tenere Dec. 13. The bags will fit with the Corbin seat. The bags are good quality and are the second set I have had of Wolfman bags. I kept the bags they did not go with the motorcycle saving them for a KLR in the future.Jun 2, 2014
Michael M:I had a 06 DL1000 I had the Wolfman Summit Saddle Bags on it until I sold it to buy a Super Tenere Dec. 13. The bags will fit with the Corbin seat. The bags are good quality and are the second set I have had of Wolfman bags. I keep the bags the did not go with the motorcycle saving them for a KLR in the future.Jun 2, 2014
Michael M:After looking at pictures of the Mutistrada it is hard to tell if the Wolfman Summit bags would work without racks. I bought them for my KLR 650 and had to buy racks to keep one of the bags from hanging inside over the rear wheel. The KLR muffler comes up high on the ride side of the bike and it keeps the bag from sliding under the finder but the left side wants to fold under the finder over the rear wheel so I bought racks to compinsate for the bags. As far as the bags go they are great bags and I am glad I bought them.Feb 15, 2014