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Cruz Tools DMX Fanny Pack Tool Kit
Cruz Tools
DMX Fanny Pack Tool Kit
You save $4.96 (5%)
Cruz Tools DMX Fanny Pack Tool Kit Cruz Tools did their homework, and put together the ultimate off-road tool kit. Kit includes the PackWrench 3-way wrench, combination wrenches, hex keys, low-ra...
Quadboss Waterproof Duffle Bag
Waterproof Duffle Bag
$58.99 - $67.99
You save $7.00 (9%)
  • Black
  • Olive Green
Quadboss Waterproof Duffle Bag Protect your gear and equipment from the elements while riding.  No one wants a wet sleeping bag or clothes and this roll top duffle will ensure your items stay dry. ...
MSR Enduro Pak
Enduro Pak
You save $5.96 (10%)
  • Black
MSR Racing Enduro Pak Our large competition fanny pack features a large cargo area combined with an ergonomic tools storage compartment. This pak has been the choice of countless riders and ma...
Ogio 450 Tool Pack
450 Tool Pack
  • Stealth
Ogio 450 Tool Pack Waist belt pack Front flip down tool organizer pouch Padded ventilated back panel Right side necessity pocket with waterproof zipper Left side water bottle holster Exterior D-ri...
MSR Roost Pak
Roost Pak
  • Black
MSR Roost Pak The perfect way to carry any trail side items to which you may need quick and easy access. The Pak mounts conveniently to the front of any roost deflector or to other MSR paks and cas...
ATV Logic Fender Packs
ATV Logic Fender Packs This two-compartment pack follows the contour of ATV fenders so it doesn't take up any rack space  Attaches to front or rear racks and the floorboard with four straps and la...

Latest Reviews

Jon (Natchitoches )

Cost Benefit

Diddy bag

So far this MSR bag has been perfect for my needs. I use it on the back fender of my dirt bike and have not had a single problem. I do not know the longevity yet only have 50 miles on it, but all else is five star for me.

Daryl (York )

Cost Benefit

MSR Roost Pack

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 )

Cost Benefit

MSR Enduro Pak

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 )


Big Horn Fender Bag

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.

Ranger (N.California )


Not Worth the Money!

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.