1 month 2 days ago
Location: Truckee, CA 96161, USA
This thing is pretty awesome however internal pockets not durable at all ripped first ride.
4 months 12 days ago
Location: WA, Australia
Purchased this Fender pack as a replacement to the stock bag on a Yamaha TT350.
Was a little nervous about having a number of expensive tools and important goodies sitting in a rear bag after hearing a number of horror stories of similar bags falling off, or tearing around the mounting points...
I can say that a number of good rides and one or two knocks (including an epic / embarrassing fall later) this bag is still holding tight with no sign of wear.
Over 7 months ago
Location: Denver, CO
Moose Rear Fender Pack
Uses the same mounting hole pattern as their older version. Adds a plastic interior compartment, an exterior rain shield, and a strap that now helps hold the entire pack together. This is a big plus as my previous bag ripped the bottom seams loose after 5 years of use and being over-stuffed.
Over 9 months ago
I did not want to drill new holes in my fender. I used the holes from the factory tool bag and I only used 2 of the included bolts. It fits securely with just the 2 so I really saw no need to drill holes. This bag has room for a small tool set and misc. items that you may need on the trail. I would recommend to anyone needing a fender bag to get this one.
1 year 3 months ago
About to buy another one!
Bought bag 5+ yrs ago. Seem just starting to rip now. (Probably party my fault from cramming it too full) All my riding buddies rely on me and whats in that bag to save the day and keep everyone on the trail. Don't even know it's there - but it's always there when I need it.
1 year 6 months ago
Love this thing
I hate backpacks and fanny packs , this has room for everything including the kitchen sink. If too big is your worry , might not be for you , but I think its perfect.
1 year 7 months ago
Location: VA Beach
Not wanting to drill holes into my DRZ-400s I just used the holes from the stock tool bag. Doesn't fit perfect but it has stayed on for 500+miles and I haven't had to tighten it yet.