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Giant Loop Introduces 100% Waterproof Rogue & Tillamook Dry Bags

Submitted by on Wednesday, 4 September 20135 Comments


Motorcycle soft luggage innovator Giant Loop has added the Rogue Dry Bag and Tillamook Dry to its line of adventure-tested gear packing systems. The dry bags are designed to attach to Giant Loop’s saddlebags and panniers, but can be secured on virtually any motorcycle make or model making them indispensible equipment for a broad spectrum of on-road and off-road motorcycle riders.

Made in USA of 18 oz polyurethane with 100% waterproof radio-frequency welded seams, the Rogue Dry Bag (MSRP $73.00) provides 17 liters of packable volume, and the Tillamook Dry Bag (MSRP $89.00) delivers 38 liters of packable volume. The dry bags are backed by Giant Loop’s limited lifetime warranty.

Other features of the dry bags include reflective daisy chains for easy attachment and enhanced visibility, access to gear from each end, and durable side release buckles with vertical nylon compression straps for closure security and load stability.

Rolled dimensions of the Rogue Dry Bag are approximately 20.5” x 13.5” (unrolled 32.5” x 13.5”). The Tillamook Dry Bag’s rolled dimensions are approximately 28” x 19” (unrolled 40” x 19”). Both dry bags are available in gray only.

The Rogue Dry Bag takes its name from Oregon’s wild and scenic Rogue River, and the Tillamook Dry Bag is named for the Tillamook State Forest, one of the wettest, greenest parts of Oregon — and renowned for its technical dirt bike riding.

The Rogue Dry Bag, Tillamook Dry Bag and the entire Giant Loop adventure motorcycle gear packing collection are available from international distributors, as well as from a network of dealers throughout the USA. Giant Loop designs and tests products in Bend, Oregon and manufactures everything in the USA – except for the Canadian made Pronghorn Straps. For all the details, go to www.giantloopmoto.com.

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  • advgrrls said:

    the Tillamook bags are not on their website yet,,,they look great though

  • Paul Bradley said:

    The lashing straps along the bag feel like an epiphany. Before I had my cases I struggled to keep the dry bags I have secure on the bumpy bits.

  • advgrrls said:

    one more comment not a huge fan of top loading dry bags. Have to take everything out if you have what you need on the bottom.

  • Paul Bradley said:

    These look like they open on both ends, so there’s that.

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