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Featuring two large main compartments, these panniers mount with three fully adjustable straps, and use a non-scratch, non-skid backing for superior gripping. Made of durable Cordura nylon, high quality webbing, sturdy Duraflex buckles and YKK zippers. All seams are bound and reinforced.
I can tell you first hand that the customer service at Wolfman is GREAT. That is hard to come by these days. Also, the bags work just as advertised and they can really hold quite a lot. This product could be better though. They used to make the bags with a pocket and a draw string on the outside of the main pockets which are perfect for holding a water bottle; it also make it easily accessible. The other thing is these bags work much better if you use the top straps only, and place magnets inside the bag in order to hold the tank. However, there is padding SO THICK on the "tank-side" interior of these bags that not even a 25lbs. rated magnet gets through to the tank. Therefore, you are forced to use the straps and they are kind of a convoluted pain. After all of that, I would still purchase this product again.
June 23, 2014
Wolfman Tank Pannier - good but not great
Being a short guy for once has its advantages on a non-cruiser. I ride a 2013 G650 GS BMW dual-sport and my knees just barely touch the backs of the panniers. Woohoo! With a long trip soon, the extra carrying capacity is welcome.
The negative part of these panniers is that like most other Wolfman products, they are not waterproof (or even water resistant). The first day I rode with them it rained and when I got home there was over 1/2 cup of water in each bag. I was glad I had not yet put anything in them. Not sure where the designers at Wolfman ride but apparently it never rains there as I have also had their rear panniers and experienced the same thing.
Oh well, fore-warned is fore-armed, so I sprayed them with silicone camp spray and will only put things in there that are either not affected by water or are in waterproof baggies.
I'd still recommend them as they really look good and are very functional. Enjoy.
March 31, 2014
Typical Wolfman greatness....
I bought these to use when I go into the deep back country and map new trails. They are big enough to carry two 2 liter bottles of water to use for camping without being in the way. They snug up secure on my KTM and are small enough to be strapped to my tail bag when not needed.
November 23, 2013
Just enough storage
I'm using these tank panniers on my F800gs. They provide a nice amount of storage without being too cumbersome. It's a great location to store items you want quick access to.
August 19, 2013
Work great to carry all my tools and what not. And it's great for shifting some of the weight forward on the bike while loaded down with full Adventure/camping gear. At this point I can't see ever taking them off.
August 12, 2013
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Harvey H: I want to try a tank pannier to shift some weight ahead on my Tiger Explorer when touring.Jun 1, 2014
Shahab M: My Suzuki DR650s are equipped with Acerbis 5.3 and 6.6 Gallon Tanks and Recycle Gel seat, the wolfman tank pannier is the best fit for this type of tank and provides additional protection for the tank. I have use the same bag on my bike and recently ordered another one for my new bike.May 17, 2014
M Y: i needed some extra storage up front...Mar 10, 2014
Brian M: have seen it on bikes and knew it would be great on my old BeemerMar 1, 2014
MICHAEL M: I'm not a big fan of huge tank bags but I still need to carry the items I need on an a week long adventure ride. The Tank Panniers allow me to carry much needed additional items with easy access to them and also the weight of the items are carried lower which is key when riding off-road.Jan 30, 2014
Jon B: only front panniers avaiable, and price was right. Touratech front panniers are mucho expensive and not as good.Dec 10, 2013
Ralph G: Decent storage space for quick runs to the store, and I like that it keeps the weight in the load triangle. Read a lot of good reviews both on RevZilla and other sites.Oct 3, 2013
bryce b: What's not to like? VERY well priced and from a known quality vendor. Get's some weight off the rear and it can be accessed without getting off the bike. Holds nearly as much as my "Dirt-Bagz" that are mounted on racks for the rear without any additional hardware.Sep 17, 2013
A shopper asked:I have a 1998 Honda XR400, I need racks for these bags?Dec 17, 2014
Douglas W:I have my bags on a 1989 BMW R100GS which has a long, metal tank. Looking at a picture of your bike, I don't see these fitting on your short tank without interfering with your legs. I think Revzilla would honor a return if they don't work. To answer your original question, they don't need a rack in normal mounting situations.Dec 18, 2014
Ronald B:These bags are designed to work without racks. They anchor down with two straps on the bottom of each bag to points on the frame, and lay across the tank for support on the back. I'm not familiar with your bike, so I don't know if they'll work. When strapped down, they work well.Dec 17, 2014