Icon Primer Tankbag

    Icon Primer Tankbag - Black
    Icon Primer Tankbag

    Rating 4.61 of 5 (48Reviews)
    Black
    Never show this again
    Icon Primer Tankbag - Black

    Product Images

    Alternate Views

    • Icon-Primer-Tankbag Black
    • Icon-Primer-Tankbag Black
    X
    X
    Email
    $50.00

    Rating 4.61 of 5 (48 Reviews)
    This Product Qualifies for Free Shipping

    Please Select a Size

    Please select your bike

    Color: Black

    Qty:

    Product Information

    Icon Primer Tankbag

    Tank bags are great, until you need to walk away from your ride and leave your valuables behind.Now you can take it with you thanks to the innovative backpack style straps on the Icon Primer Pack. Just the right size to hold all your essentials without being too large and bulky, this magnetic style tank bag will get you there and back with no hassles.

    Features:
    • Hi-powered magnetic tank mount
    • Rubber mesh-skin backing for non-slip grip
    • Ribstop nylon chassis
    • Removable mesh backpack straps
    • Internal divider pockets
    • Exterior compression strap
    • Dimensions: 12"X12"X6"
    Click Here for Additional Luggage Information
    • Item # 2226
    • SKU #26087
    • Mfr. Part # 3502-0025

    Product Reviews Showing 15 of 48 Reviews

    Overall Rating: 4.61 of 5

    (48 Reviews)
    Read All Reviews
    Rate This Product
    5 Star
    19
    4 Star
    25
    3 Star
    3
    2 Star
    1
    1 Star
    0
    What Other Riders Are Saying...

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Worth The Money

    I really like this bag. I purchased it to use while I wait on the Joe Rocket Hammerhead bag. It is not as big as the hammerhead, but it has strong magnets and is quite roomy for a small bag. I like that it converts into a backpack...that makes carrying it hassle free.

    A. Gordon - May 28, 2014

    (Spring, TX)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Perfect

    I take my camera with me on long trips and now that I've started using this tank bag, I no longer worry about it flying off of my shoulder at high speeds. Fits decently on my 05 ZX636.

    C. Street - May 23, 2014

    (Kapolei, HI)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Good tank bag

    High quality bag, strong magnets. Fits lots of stuff for its size.

    Alex - July 24, 2013

    (Seattle, WA)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Tank Bag

    I like it!! It fits tank good, doesn't slide around, and holds everything I need it to hold!!!

    Michele - October 17, 2012

    (Murray, KY)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Small Bag Fits Lots of Stuff

    I love this bag. I also have the Icon Urban tank bag which I use for work but its big. The primer bag is the perfect size for a day run. I am amazed at what I can fit into it; water, sunblock, hairbrush, wallet, phone, flip flops and a small change of clothes. For large clothing items there is a strap on the outside than you can tie them down with. The magnets work great and I love the fact that the backpack straps are already in place.

    Jessica - August 17, 2012

    (claremont, CA)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Good Small Bag

    I had trouble finding a bag to fit my '12 Concours 14 so I tried this one. Fits great. Magnets are super strong and the bag didn't move on a 2200 mile trip. It is a basic bag. No map window & no rain cover. I never tried to use the shoulder straps it came with. I could fit gloves, wallet, visor towel, and a t-shirt in it. There is a small zippered pocket on the outside closest to you. Overall a good bag I'd buy again.

    P. J. - July 24, 2012

    (Kentwood, MI)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Good bag, But watch out for condition of magnets

    The padding under the magnets ripped on mine one day, and left a magnet on the tank of my katana. The powerful magnet scratched its way off, so just make sure you watch for the condition on the padding and stitching holding the magnet in. Mine had been removed a lot of times. me and my mom used it. My mom had it first, loved it, I used on two motorcycles before the magnet came off, roughly 3 1/2 years. The strap held a winter jacket one time, surprisingly.

    Andrew - July 13, 2012

    (Ithaca NY, NY)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Great Little Bag

    This is a great tank bag that I actually use on the passenger seat of my SFV650. I used a couple straps from an old backpack and was able to fold the bag's straps around and under the seat. The rubberish bottom of the bag helps hold it in place also. I think this bag is bigger than listed. I can put 2 24oz water bottles and a sandwich container in it for work. I still use my backpack for work but for running errands this is perfect.

    Luke - July 13, 2012

    (Westerly, RI)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Good for what it is

    The size and look are great like most Icon products. My only complaint is the front magnet doesn't stick due to my FZ8's front plastic on my tank. The other remaining magnets kept the bag in place on my bike at high speeds just fine. Great to hold small gear and ez to take with you.

    Matthew - July 11, 2012

    (Andrews, IN)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Must Have

    Excellent bag I couldn't imagine NOT having. Strong Magnets. Roomy - I can pack flip flops, phone, and a sweatshirt. Excellent fit and finish. I have not used it as a back pack.

    Chuck - July 03, 2012

    (Port Clinton, OH)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Useful small tank bag

    We have this on my wife's 250 Ninja. The bike doesn't have any storage, and she needed a place for gloves, cell phone, and incidentals. This seems to work perfectly. I don't understand the top strap over the bag, as some small additional pocket would be more useful, but overall, we like the bag. On any bike with a steel tank, the magnet bags work better.

    Larry - June 29, 2012

    (Colorado City, CO)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    nice tank bag

    the bag is nice, but the bag is real small other than that it is a real nice bag to carry small items around. the quality of the bag is real nice the price should be a little less. but other than that it's a real nice bag

    Rick - June 14, 2012

    (los angeles, CA)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Light and tight

    I bought the bag to carry essentials because I ride a stripped down cafe bike with no room for even registration papers. I use a backpack if I have to carry more. This bag fits my needs perfectly. Initially I thought it would be too small, but it actually is pretty roomy, able to carry rain gear and other odds and ends. A nice feature is the cinch-down strap with quick-release buckle on top of the unit. Great to strap down sweatshirt or other gear. On the wish list: a better clip-on carry strap.

    Craig - March 21, 2012

    (Waipahu, HI)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Great Bag

    I use this bag on my daily commute to work and it is perfect for rides around town and even running errands. It has storage for a variety of needs. I easily store a small US atlas, insurance card, gloves, 2 monster drinks, wallet, keys, and sunglasses in my bag. It fits perfectly on my '09 Ninja 650R and does not move while driving. The backpack feature is nice too just in case you need to carry it around. Great bag, great price!!

    Adrian - October 10, 2011

    (Wichita Falls, TX)

    Fit

    Finish

    Durability

    Features

    Cost Benefit

    Icon Primer Tankbag

    A great tank bag that I would buy again in a heartbeat. It is good looking. Strong. It stays were you put it. It turns in to a backpack when needed. What else do you want for this kind of money?

    Rev. Robert - September 26, 2011

    (Trimont, MN)
    Back to Top