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Wolfman Backpack Shoulder Straps
The Wolfman Backpack Shoulder Straps allow the standard tank bags to be carried as a backpack when not on the bike.
- Durable construction
- Adjustable length
- Clips directly to tank bag
- Rainier Tank Bag
- Explorer Lite Tank Bag
- Express Tank Bag
- Timberwolf Tank Bag
Note: Tank Bag not included
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Reviews & Questions
you won't regreat buying this product.
(btw, below I say I do not recommend. If you have no other option, this will work. But if you can find alternative backpack straps with the qualities you seek, that can clip into Wolfman clips, do that instead.)
Unless you have a small/petite frame, these straps are far too short to be of any use. When wearing my Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 jacket, I can't even get the backpack on unless I detach the end of one of the straps.
Without a jacket I can use them if I insert one arm then wiggle the other behind my back. Even then, the only way I can take the pack off is to grab the tank bag by the top and pull it over my head.
The cost and effort required to return these straps make it not worth my while. So they'll go into the pile of unused/junk gear.
Because they are small and thin, they are easily tucked away into the pocket of the tank bag which is good.
If you just need something to get you from point A to point B, you won't be doing much "on and off" your back these would be fine. But I would not expect them to be very comfortable if you had to use them for any extended amount of time.