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DrySpec D20 Waterproof Motorcycle Drybag Saddle Bag System in Black, Grey & Orange | 20L each, 40L Total

DrySpec D20 Waterproof Motorcycle Drybag Saddle Bag System in Black, Grey & Orange | 20L each, 40L Total

$174.99
SKU: DSL.D20.10000

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The D20 saddlebag set is constructed of RF welded 22oz. vinyl that guarantees 100% waterproof performance even when submerged. The D20 also features a rigid core construction that allows the bags to retain their shape even when empty and makes packing and unpacking super easy.

Unlike all other saddlebags, the D20’s interchangeable center strap is the core innovation that allows the bags to be so versatile. The bags mount directly to a bike with or
without sideracks and can attach directly to other D-Series dry bags. Use the Velcro center strap for convenience, the solid nylon strap for extremely muddy conditions, or remove the center strap all together to mount the bags directly to a D28 or D38 dry bag. Mounting the D20 saddlebags to the D28 or D38 dry bag is the ideal solution for riders who want the extra storage but are unable to mount traditional saddlebags due to high exhausts.  If you're looking to protect your soft luggage and straps from coming in contact with the hot exhaust you can purchase the DrySpec Universal Exhaust Heat Shield For 4" To 6" Mufflers.

Features:

  • Modular packing (mates with D28 and D38)
  • Rigid Core construction
  • Universal slip-lock mounting straps (included)
  • Interchangeable center straps (Velcro or solid nylon)
  • Mounts with or without sideracks
  • Retro Reflective logo
  • Available in black, orange, or gray

Specs:

  • 40 liters (20 liters each side)
  • 100% waterproof (Radio Frequency Welded Seams)
  • 17” long x 6” wide x 12” tall
  • 22oz Vinyl & coated Cordura

Mounting and Removal Video

Customer Reviews
Review by Guest
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The construction, materials and design of the bags seems good. I was happy when I bought them and used them for a short trip with no issue despite torrential rain.

However, the straps used to hang them from the bike are merely friction buckles, and if they should slip or break, your bags will fall off your bike or hang down onto your rear tire (as happened to me).

This (photo) happened 500km into a 11500km unsupported solo trip with no warning or obvious problem with the straps. What you are seeing are the huge holes ground into the bags (and my gear) by my rear tire as the bags hung down off my seat by one remaining strap for dozens of km before I noticed. Unfortunately I cannot provide any post-mortem “why did this fail” because the straps/buckles that failed were torn off by the rear tire and are long gone. I’m glad my bike wasn’t damaged.

I patched the holes in the PVC with Gorilla Tape and securely sewed together what straps remained so they would hold my gear and not fall off again. The bags are, of course, no longer waterproof. I nevertheless relied on these bags for the rest of the trip, despite the fact that they're no longer adjustable or waterproof. I would have given them five stars if they hadn't failed.

Unfortunately I cannot recommend these bags until the friction buckle suspension system is replaced or augmented with a fail-safe so that if a buckle breaks or strap slips, the bags will not fall off the bike or into the tire. (Posted on 9/6/2019)
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Purchased these bags and installed on my 2006 Harley Sportster. Easy fit and looks great! Many compliments with these bags and a lot of usage! I’m digging the non-traditional look of them. Keep their shape even when empty. (Posted on 7/9/2019)
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I bough these more than a year ago. They are very durable and allows you great flexibility. I have changed my setup a few times and these bags always give me options. I like the orange ones because they are less likely to disappear and they are easier to see inside when the light is less than ideal. This is a nonissue now that my wife bought me one of those baseball caps with the LED lights in the bill. Buy it. (Posted on 4/6/2019)
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These seems to be high quality comparable to the Dryspec 38 litre bag I bought in 2013 which has served me well I have been riding in the rain for days at a time while on a bike trip an all contents were dry. (Posted on 3/31/2019)
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Rode through multiple downpours, kept everything bone dry. They did fit on my hornet 919, but beware of rubbing on the exhaust shields if you have a high- rise style exhaust. (Posted on 9/12/2018)
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ESTAS MALETAS LAS USARÉ COMO EXTRAS SOBRE LAS MALETAS LATERALES ORIGINALES DE LA KTM 1290 (Posted on 6/22/2018)
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I did an extensive search for the best match on my KTM 1190 Adventure R for my European trip this autumn.
I decided on these D20 in combination with the D32, which really worked great for my bike. I took off the handles for the passenger seat and just put the directly over the duo seat. I put some tape on the fairing to protect it from scratching. And the straps allowed for a very firm mount. (Posted on 2/14/2018)
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Bought this as a gift to go with another portion that I purchased last year. Same great product. Little bigger than expected. A small problem after ordering. Turns out it wasn't actually in stock at the time. Got a refund until product was in stock and although it took a little longer than my past purchase I was still impressed with the service and promptness that my questions were answered. (Posted on 11/9/2017)
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I use these on my 2009 Triumph Bonneville T100 and occasionally on my 2015 R1200GS Adventure. I am very happy with the way they look and their functionality. They are small bags, but perfect for a few tools and some water.

They fit the Bonneville with Triumph pannier rails right out of the box.

The cross straps were too short for the wide GSA. I purchased some webbing and made longer cross straps. I tested offroad without incident (though I didn't drop the bike on that particular outing). (Posted on 10/30/2017)
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Bought it a month ago and went on a 3000km trip. No issues. (Posted on 10/26/2017)
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They are perfect for a ride! You can fit plenty of stuff in! Dont' hesitate to choose those bags (Posted on 8/28/2017)
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I have a 2016 KTM Duke 390, these bags fit well, I've only had them on one short trip, they kept out the water wonderfully. (Posted on 8/12/2017)
Review by Guest
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I have had these bags for about a month now and they are great. Holds enough stuff for running around town to grab a few odds and ends. They also make good overnight bags as well. I have had them packed and in the rain a few times and everything stayed nice and dry.
Only complaint, and it's not a big one, it's a bit of a hassle to take them off and on. (Posted on 6/7/2017)
Review by Guest
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I've waited to write this review so I could test drive the Dry Spec D20 bags. They fit on my Harley Softail nicely. I did take the support bracket from the backrest, flip it to the opposite side, upside down and it works as a bag guard on the muffler side although I don't think it's needed. There are extra straps but I haven't needed them at all. The ride is stable at higher speeds. (Posted on 4/12/2017)
Review by Guest
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The construction, materials and design of the bags seems good. I was happy when I bought them and used them for a short trip with no issue despite torrential rain.

However, the straps used to hang them from the bike are merely friction buckles, and if they should slip or break, your bags will fall off your bike or hang down onto your rear tire (as happened to me).

This (photo) happened 500km into a 11500km unsupported solo trip with no warning or obvious problem with the straps. What you are seeing are the huge holes ground into the bags (and my gear) by my rear tire as the bags hung down off my seat by one remaining strap for dozens of km before I noticed. Unfortunately I cannot provide any post-mortem “why did this fail” because the straps/buckles that failed were torn off by the rear tire and are long gone. I’m glad my bike wasn’t damaged.

I patched the holes in the PVC with Gorilla Tape and securely sewed together what straps remained so they would hold my gear and not fall off again. The bags are, of course, no longer waterproof. I nevertheless relied on these bags for the rest of the trip, despite the fact that they're no longer adjustable or waterproof. I would have given them five stars if they hadn't failed.

Unfortunately I cannot recommend these bags until the friction buckle suspension system is replaced or augmented with a fail-safe so that if a buckle breaks or strap slips, the bags will not fall off the bike or into the tire. (Posted on 10/4/2016)
Review by Guest
Rating
I bough these more than a year ago. They are very durable and allows you great flexibility. I have changed my setup a few times and these bags always give me options. I like the orange ones because they are less likely to disappear and they are easier to see inside when the light is less than ideal. This is a nonissue now that my wife bought me one of those baseball caps with the LED lights in the bill. Buy it. (Posted on 7/6/2016)
Review by Leif
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Works well if you know how to use them. read somewhere that the attachment on the back of the bags had been torn apart by the straps. bit weakly materials there. applies to tighten the belts after they have fylt them. then rises up the bags and the weight is on the straps that go on the outside. allowing the straps on the inside may not breaking in the attachment that enables the attachment fails. Then I put a disc in the bottom with a rubber edge so the bags will not be squeezed in the bottom. a pain to widen the base each time. but now they work fine. (Posted on 7/4/2016)
Review by adv 650
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These seems to be high quality comparable to the Dryspec 38 litre bag I bought in 2013 which has served me well I have been riding in the rain for days at a time while on a bike trip an all contents were dry. (Posted on 1/21/2016)
Review by icarus040
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I had a set of these on my bike when I had an accident. My tank got dented, one of my foot pegs got ground down and my handlebar grip on one side sanded off. Remarkably not only did these bags survive unscathed they stayed put. Amazing bags! (Posted on 1/20/2016)
Review by Dyna2015
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I recently purchased these bags for my Harley Cruiser for use during two week travel. They not only served their purpose through rainy and extreme heat conditions, they garnered the attention of fellow riders just about everywhere I went. I especially love the size and color which handsomely complements my bike. (Posted on 6/12/2015)
Review by Strika62
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So I was at Overland Expo and had the opportunity to carefully check out these bags as mounted on Twisted Throttle's Jenny Smith's KLR (which she had ridden to Arizona from Fort Collins for the event - Nice One Jenny!!!). Jenny had adapted them for use as tank paniers and they seemed well adapted to use that way. The bags are very beefy and have fairly standard "waterproof" closures - much the same as Orlieb and NRS bags - which work very well on the bags from those companies. Being smaller than the Orlieb saddlebags, they fit very nicely right above the SW-MOtech crash bars, attached to the front fairing on post '08 KLRs. Jenny had added flat hooks to make the bags work with the KLR fairing. I'd encourage TT to offer the mountings as a package. I pulled kinda hard on the bags (while Jenny wasn't watching... sorry...) and they stayed right in place. As soon as these are available I'll be purchasing them for my KLR. (Posted on 7/7/2014)
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