What's A Good Dirt Bike Gear Bag

Toyota Tacoma? :lol:



I really like MSR quality, I would certainly look at Ogio too. Cannot think of others at the moment.

If it was an occasional need for 2x the gear I would think about a good bag, and an ok bag for the occasional use.
 
Jeez you guys sure take a lot of stuff with you. James, why don't you just buy a second truck and put a cap on it? You might be able to fit most of your "necessary" gear in there as long as you go for the 8 foot bed :P
 

James

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I'm sort of digging this Ogio 9800, here's Travis P talking about his 9900.


Jeez you guys sure take a lot of stuff with you. James, why don't you just buy a second truck and put a cap on it? You might be able to fit most of your "necessary" gear in there as long as you go for the 8 foot bed :P
:noidea: If there's a product out there that could help prevent injuries I'm all over it. I did have a Ford Explorer but sold it this week, gotta paid for the :cripple: crap. :bonk:
The bag to the far right in the rear looks huge...
I think that's actually a small bag sitting on something.
 
HOW MUCH!!!!!!!!!!:shocked:
Call me cheap but for 69.95 this bag rocks!!!!!
Check in closeouts section.


 
:thumb: Yeah I like that price better to but if that comment on there is true, then no joy. "The boot compartments are not truly separated compartments, they are pieces velcroed into place." Can anybody confirm that?
Yeah, on the bottom and the sides, actually when I first seen that I was disappointed.
Now after using it for 8 days on the road on vacation I like it. This has proven
to be very versatile, I had one section for dirty and then another overnight bag and then
my clothes for this recent trip. I took out a patrician and and managed 8 days of on the road with it.
I then had a small suit fold over suit case in it for a overnight in the Queen Mary as well. Got home
dumped it our put the patrician in place and gear bag again in 2 minutes. Great road trip bag too
was the moral of that story.
 
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