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Great little tank bag
Had this bag for almost 2 years now, and it's held up great.
- Holds more than you'd think, and is expandable.
- Easy-access cell phone pocket
- The magnets hold perfectly without needing the extra nylon straps, even in high speeds (100+) and for distance touring (1000 miles in 24 hours)
- Holds a lot for it's size, but it is a small bag. Can't-fit-a-pair-of-shoes-in-it small.
- Water resistant, but not waterproof.in heavy rain. Comes with a plastic clear(ish) cover. The bottom and sides get saturated with or without the cover and get anything inside damp.
- It does have a clear "map holder" on the top, but is too small to actually hold said map. Can write out directions and fits in easily. Also fit my GPS in there, but it's hard to see in glare at that angle, and at night you have to look off the road entirely to see it, again not ideal.
Overall, it's built solid, and as a fair-weather tank bag. Easy on easy off with a carrying handle, For a commuter, it's a good choice, but again, can't carry your shoes.
August 23, 2012
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A shopper asked:Looking for a 3 season leather (or perforated leather) jacket. If that fails, I'll settle for a textile jacket. Why I need help: I'm a scrawny dude, 28" waist, 5'6 and 130-135 lbs depending on the holidays. Looking for a leather or perforated leather jacket to wear from spring to fall. I ride a 250r Ninja, so I'm usually in the upright to sport position, rarely full race tuck. I ride all year round in Wisconsin, but I have a good cold weather jacket already. Looking to spend no more than $300 after discounts, promotions, etc. Currently own a Tourmaster Intake Air 2, and even with both liners in, it's way too wide around the midsection. Without the liners, it's as baggy as a trash bag. Any recommendations would be great, especially if you can review the jacket for me. Thanks!Aug 23, 2012