Wolfman went all out to create the new Expedition Dry Saddlebags. Durable and 100% waterproof for the most adventurous and aggressive riders around. Designed with burly 22 ounce and 34 ounce vinyl and cutting edge radio frequency welding for completely sealed seams.
These saddle bags have two straps over the seat and each bag attaches to your rack. No loose moving bags here! They use an internal butterfly stiffener, stiff back, bottom and front, which helps the bag retain shape and allows the load to be compressed tightly. A replaceable non-skid rubber pad on the bike-side of the bag prevents excessive bag movement and protects the bag from vibration abrasion.
100% Waterproof fabric - 22oz body and 34oz bottom.
Radio Frequency welded seams.
Waterproof roll-top with no-wick webbing
Multi Compression straps to cinch the load tight.
Recycled tire-rubber backing pad.
Extra tall opening for size adjustability
Dimensions: 13?ǥL x 7"W
Height: 13?ǥ adjustable to about 16"
Capacity: 38 liters per pair (19 liters each). The extra tall opening can adjust to add 2 or more liters per bag.
Will these work with the older style SU pannier racks?
The WOLEX505/506 will work just fine with the older SU Racks.
Do these bags come with the new universal strap kit?
Yes, they come with the new sewn in straps that are integrated into the bags!
the large rollie is a bit small for me, i like this size but mostly i need it as a tail bag for the daily commuting... how well would it work strapped down on a back plate, the stock klr650 in particular or the t2?thanks
The large rollie bag would work good on the T2 plate, the one we see most commonly used is the Duffel bags on the back of the bike for commuting. The small is comparable to the large rollie with a little more capacity. I suggest the medium size.