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TOPIC: Waterproof duffel bag

Waterproof duffel bag 3 years 3 weeks ago #1371

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I am looking for a reasonably priced waterproof 50-70 liter duffel bag, maybe someone has an extra one that they don't use decent quality something like Wunderlich sales.
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Waterproof duffel bag 3 years 3 weeks ago #1372

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I would suggest the top loading type, much easier to load and unload.
I have the twisted throttle brand, which is very good.
But Givi makes one very similar quality ( a friend just bought) , for a bit less money.
Nelson Riggs is probably the best quality at a discount price.
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Waterproof duffel bag 3 years 3 weeks ago #1380

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Mark Loesch wrote:
I am looking for a reasonably priced waterproof 50-70 liter duffel bag, maybe someone has an extra one that they don't use decent quality something like Wunderlich sales.

Mark - I guess you would have to define what "reasonably priced", I have gear that some may consider expensive BUT I have used same gear for tens of thousands of miles ... maybe a little dusty but it all performs today as it did years ago when I bought it. I have some bags that are over 10 years old and still as good as new.

Take a look here, very good quality that won't let you down. You can ride through a monsoon or a hurricane and the contents will be perfectly dry. My opinion is quality is much more important then cost.

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Waterproof duffel bag 3 years 3 weeks ago #1384

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Thanks, I appreciate any ideas, next year would like to do more camping trips on bike, so have till next year to get something, I was thinking about, so I figure I'd ask around. I may end up with a new one, but, with work. being slow at times this year finding a used one would be easier for me. If someone does have a used one they aren't using they would sell for a fair price. let me know.
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Waterproof duffel bag 2 weeks 2 days ago #2356

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I have a Helen Two wheels roll top bag in like new condition . Rarely used and stored in a plastic bag. I think $40 would work. cant remember the price but i think it was upwards of $70
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