Moose Bighorn Rear Rack Bag

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Strasburg, CO
One big zipper!

Have used this bag for a couple of long rides and it is a super size..fits everything, smaller cooler for lunch, water bottles, family's sweatshirts, and first aid kit. My only concern is it closes with one huge zipper that has a lot of curves to get around! We ride off-trail and lots of dirt and mud and am a little concerned how the zipper might hold up in the long run/

Sparks, Nevada

Well my Moose Big Horn Rear Rack Bag arrived today.

Moose, what's wrong with you people? You make a great product yet barely show people what they'll get! Poor tiny pictures and a description that dulls the brain.

This bag is VERY nice! For a soft bag, it holds it's shape, has two adjustable/removable dividers for the main body, mesh storage in the inside lid and a removable cooler too
Two large pockets on the top at least 8"x10"x4" and bungee cord between them for the quick storage of jacket or rain gear.

Two mesh pockets directly behind the rider can easily hold water bottles, gloves, glasses... you name it.

Two additional zippered pockets on the drivers side of the bag too for quick access items.

This thing has lashing loops that could be used to attach additional storage bags like Maxpedition equipment.

Tuff nylon material that looks like it will hold up for many years of riding.

Several velcro straps included and the mounting straps secure the bag to the rack exactly where you need them to.

I definitely recommend this bag!

# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Moose Bighorn Rear Rack Bag EX000281CAMO
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