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Nelson Rigg Adventure Dry Saddlebags
Pair of roll top adventure saddlebags made of heavy duty waterproof tarpaulin PVC. These bags feature compression straps for keeping your load as close to the centerline of the bike as possible.
- Electronically heat welded seams makes this bag 100% waterproof
- Air tight roll closure ensures no water enters the bag
- Made from waterproof and durable tarpaulin PVC
- Coated outer material prevents slipping or marking
- Firm internal back plate helps support bag
- Heavy duty top straps can mount directly to most factory and aftermarket saddlebag racks and grab rails
- Securely mount using wide Velcro® straps and quick release buckles
- Strong D-rings allow more Survivor bags to be attached
- Compression straps easily adjust to volume of content
- Includes a Lifetime “No Hassle” warranty
- Main compartment measures: 15”L x 8”W x 14”H
- Holds 27.5 Liters per side
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Reviews & Questions
The installation was simple and straight forward. It poured 2 days straight from PA to Maine and everything inside the bags stayed dried. However, couple days after we returned from Maine, I noticed 2 buckles snapped. I didn't drop the bike during the trip and the bags weren't overloaded.
It would had been a great deal if the bags lasted longer than just 2 weeks of light use.
FYI, the bags do not hold its shape if it's not full.
I'll try Givi next time.
As other reviewers have noted, the buckles and straps are not the highest quality. I have probably 3k on my set and they have always been waterproof, but the straps and buckles are flimsy and prone to break.
I plan to replace all the straps and buckles with higher quality ones from REI, and the plastic D-rings with metal ones as a few have broken on me.
These bags have survived many low speed drops while on the bike, no issues there.
You could insert some thin semi-rigid plastic pieces into these to help them keep their shape better. I haven't bothered, I just throw my stuff in and crank them down.
Very quick to take on and off the mounts, quicker than my friends with hard luggage.
Get these, and just upgrade the webbing and buckles and you're good to go for many miles.
Highly recommended as an economical dry bag system.
Super simple to attach, but mounting system could be improved upon.
Totally waterproof, and we had nuclear rain for two of the days.
Huge! Can pack a ton of gear and with roll top, can compress down nicely.
Attachment straps need some work to make more effective.
Compression Strap across the top needs to be a bit longer.
Overall - GREAT value!
I think these will last beyond the former as there are no zippers and sand/desert seem to kill them quick. The size was good - you can get a lot of things in them and, when done you can hose them down to get the sand off.
Not sure how they will hold up with a lot of weight but I think they are good for the price. There are competing products that are a lot more expensive.
The instructions aren't very good but if you're used to strapping things on your bike it won't take long to figure out mounting them.
All in all, I'm happy with this product.
1 year ago
Be smart, if you purchase one of the least expensive product in it's class...should you really expect it to be as good, solid and durable as the most expensive??
Of COURSE NOT!
Yeah... you get more than what you pay for, kind off, but you don't get the best quality.
The bags are very waterproof, but if the angle of the straps is too steep where it attaches to the bag, the fabric will separate a little, which will create a hole through wich water will get in the bag. Mine did, and I had to patch them up with duck tape.
The fabric is very waterproof, but not very resistant to abrasion, so if you drop the bike and drag the bags, they will rip. Or if they rub on the tire, there will be a hole. Mine did when I dropped the bike in road gravel in the Catskills. The straps ripped and the abrasion made holes on both road and tire sides of the bag. Duck tape to the rescue again.
Straps and buckles are easy to use and make them easy to attach to the bike, but said buckles are not very sturdy and will snap if you tighten them too much. However I used the bags for 3 road trips and never cracked a buckle, you just have to NOT overtighten. Straps will break if you hit an object or drop the bike, which as stated above, I did, and they did.
Since the fabric isn't very thick, they absolutely will not hold their shape if not full. I bought some plastic sheeting and fabricated a rigid liner to drop inside the bag. Did the trick nicely for me. You'll probably want to at least put a rigid, flat bottom piece in them.
So... all in all it's a good product for the money.
Bottom line is:
If you're careful and if you're on a budget, need a good sized set of bags to go on the occasionnal road trip. You won't do too much off road riding, are not likely to fall and have reasonable expectations. (and carry duck tape) Then this is a good sized, waterproof, easy to use set of bags that will get the job done.
If you're looking for "serious" adventure gear to take you on long hauls with rugged terrain and the occasionnal/possible/probably/inevitable drop/fall in the dirt or gravel, ... then no, of course these are not the bags for you. They will fail in those conditions.