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Old 02-04-2018, 10:19 AM
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Old 02-04-2018, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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I went to Amazon and typed in the search, LOMO.
I got nothing bag related.
Can you guys be more specific or maybe I'm missing something?
I typed in LOMO 40 litre and it came up with it.
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Thanks for the picture, that helps a lot. That was one of my finalists...I really like the size of this one. I want something that detaches easy because I will seldom leave it on the bike.
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I feel like most of these aren't tail bags. A few months ago I added an SW Motech Jetpack tail bag. I'm fairly pleased with it. The size is good for day stuff (I mostly carry lunch in it), it fits the AltRider rear rack very well, and the design integrates reasonably well with the factory panniers (the gray-green contrast panels could be more neutral but I can live with the color).

A few details that may not be obvious:

It has backpack straps
It has reflective accents
It has an expansion zipper
The zippers can be locked together with a small padlock, but of course someone could just steal the whole bag
The external material is semi-rigid. I found that the upper half-round compartment began to soften/collapse after 2 months of ownership. Revzilla offered to replace it but I just bought a sheet of 1.5 plastic at Tap and cut a stiffener. You can't tell it's there and I know the shape will hold.
Thanks ablock, that one is my first choice so far, but I could not find a picture of it on the AT and I was curious how much seat and back rack it would take up. That helps a lot.
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Some ideas on tailbags in this thread, Reports from Owners on Panniers/Luggage around post 180 for SW-Motech tailbags.
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Hilarious i cannot post a link ... how pathetic .. too few posts ... google ... LOMO DRYBAGS ... sry mate
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http://dryspec.com

I like Drypsecs bags as they are kind of designed for moto but have yet to put them through the ringer. Prior to purchasing their bags I used ones from REI by Sea To Summit. Those served me well but I like that the bags from Dryspec are more rectangular in shape and won't fall all over one another whereas the round cylindrical ones move around quite a bit.


http://www.seatosummitusa.com/produc...o2=0&o3=566-30


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I put this LOMO DRYBAGS in amazon and got phone cases. Is it because I'm in the US?
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