- Review by william
only con, i wish opening of d38 was wider. i love that d28 rolls up to accommodate small or large loads and that i can access contents from either end -super handy feature.
highly recommended. will likely purchase another d28.
get it, you'll be glad you did. (Posted on 8/22/13)
- Review by Phil
The D66 has completely solved my problem! I've used it on three trips so far and it's worked to pack my: tent, cot, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, chair, and tent lantern, plus a few smaller odds and ends.
Compared to my old method of bungees and straps it's much more secure and compact, and has kept everything dry without having tarps and plastic flapping in the breeze.
It has become the "go-to" packing system for those of us who ride the Honda NT700V! (Posted on 12/15/12)
- Review by Eric
The modular nature of the system is also a tremendous plus. The smaller bag is perfect for day trips.
Attachment of the bag to my bike (Super Tenere) is straightforward as any soft sided luggage I've had before. The attachment between the bags is also straightforward. Everything is secure. The big bag also has an integrated handle to help you carry it off the bike, The loops on the bags also offer an opportunity to strap on additional gear. Each bag has extra straps meant to offer mounting flexibility.
Construction is solid. I try not ride in the rain, but these look just as waterproof as other dry bags I have.
There are two cons that I can see.
1. Whilst there is room for 2 people's stuff, you can't ride 2 up with the big bag installed.
2. The small bag doesn't have any structure like the big bag. So you almost have to stuff it full for it to look like the photos. (Posted on 10/13/12)
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