The Rainier Tank Bag is the result of morphing the best features of two of our previous tank bags into one ultimate tank bag for sloped tanks. It now fits even more bikes than the predecessors. The mounting system allows the rider to adjust the fore-aft placement on the tank. Side pockets and map pocket can be easily removed for a trimmer profile for day trips or urban use. An expandable gusset adds roominess. And optional Large Pockets and Top Pocket (sold separately) can be used to add even more capacity for longer trips.
The bag can be unclipped from the harness (choose the harness type to match your bike) and can be carried by its grab handle. Or turned into a backpack with the optional Backpack Shoulder Straps (sold separately).
Grab a rain cover for protection from rain.
- Yellow cord Main Opening Zippers
- Heavy Duty #10 YKK Main Zipper, and YKK zippers used through out the bag.
- Heavy Duty 1680 Denier Ballistic Nylon Construction
- Non Slip-Non Scratch Bottom
- Envelope Side and Rear Pockets for increased handle bar clearance
- Wolfman Signature-'Crescent' Rider pocket.
- Large Expansion Wedge shaped Gusset
- Zippered Interior mesh pocket
- Key Clip Outside Elastic Pen/Tire Pressure Gauge Sleeve
- Removable Map Pocket W/ interior divider
- Reflective Side Pocket trim and Handle Foam and Plastic Stiffened.
- Length: 28cm
- Width: 22cm
- Height: front 17cm, rear 25cm (facing rider), Expanded 36cm
- Closed: 17 Litres (Includes Side and Front pockets -each approx: 0.3 Litres)
- Expands to 20 Litres
- Map Pocket Size
- Overall: 22cm x 27cm
- Visible: 19cm x 23cm
The Rainier Tank Bag is built with coated ballistic nylon fabric and designed with zipper flaps to help keep water from flowing inside. This bag may shrug off small showers, but should not be considered waterproof. For additional protection from showers, try adding a rain cover.
Great Adventure Bag26 March 2017Made with strong fabric and mounts solidly to the bike via the straps that come with the kit. I got this bag after destroying my touratech tank bag on a BMW Sertao. The problem being the weight in the bag being flung around when getting adventurous. The touratech mount is really only suitable for road riding. I was happy with the solid mounting of the Rainier bag on the Sertao. The front straps easily attach to the front fairing subframe. The rear straps naturally fit to the subframe in front of the seat. This mounting provides much wider base than the touratech bag and does not suffer with as much side to side wobble. According to the specs the Rainier is smaller, however the useable space seems similar. The touratech bag bottom rides up in the middle over the "tank" plastic, reducing the available space. The Rainier buckles end up out of the way and easily accessible. I removed the small front bag to make more room for the GPS on the handle bars. At the rear the bag sits slightly in front of the seat. The top map pocket sits fairly flat. Yes, with a GPS I still refer to maps or instructions, and find the pocket useful. For a virtually $300 bag it's not cheap, so having to buy a separate rain cover is annoying. Plenty of room for a first aid kit, drink or bit of kit you don't want to carry on the back. I like adventuring with a tank bag because I often want to check something or grab something without getting off the bike. Looking forward to getting the bag dirty!