William (barnegat )
Baggage and compartments.
Daryl (York )
I like the fact that it attaches to the front of my chest protector. It makes getting a water bottle out easy. I find that it does not hold a conventional water bottle along with my wallet, cell phone, and car keys very well so I was a bit disappointed in that. The other pockets don't expand so i cant really put anything in them, only the main compartment. All of those things barely fit but i wish i could keep them in separate compartments. I will probably now look at a camelbak next.
Steve (Shasta Lake )
This pack is a nice size and very well constructed. The only improvements I can think of would be to shorten the useless straps (or eliminate them entirely)that wrap around the pack and to perhaps give us some color options. Also, my pack did not have a pad in it, though it does have a compartment for one. Fortunately, I was able to take the foam rubber pad out of an old YOKO pack and it fit perfectly.
Terry (Bayfield )
When I pushed a light weight rain suit into the large storage compartment the hasp popped off. The compartment was by no means full and what pressure there was should not have caused the hasp to break. Other than this problem the fender bag was a convenient way to to carry gear that I wanted to be easily accessible.
Jeff (Summerland )
I fit 2 tubes in it. I have an XR650L, so I have one 21" front and one 18" rear tube in it. Installation was easy and secure.
Ranger (N.California )
This bag is way overpriced for what you get! There is no adjustability with the straps, unless you devise a better system, and it flops around when Trail riding. I think that I will stick with my small backpack, with the water bladder (Osprey 100 oz.). At least I can cinch down the straps for a firm support.