SW Motech 180 Drybag

Wenisgoodenuf

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Recently added a SW Motech 180 Drybag to my camping setup. I needed a smaller drybag for all my food and cooking supplies. Where I was camping there was a huge concern with bears. Especially Grizzlies. The plan was to tie a drybag up in a tree. Most of my camping is in established campgrounds with the occasional backwoods site. The nice thing about the 180 Drybag is that it fits in the right side pannier perfectly. It was much more convenient being able to put it in the Pannier than tie it in a tree. There was still room for personal items like soaps, toothpaste, deodorant and the like. Now it is certainly not as safe as tying to tree but much more convenient. If you're looking for a small drybag for the back of your bike it is a great option. Very happy with it and was a great addition.Screenshot_20230930-204119-272.pngIMG_20230917_105452750_HDR.jpg
 

Boris

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I find the Lomo bags in the uk excellent.
When I first got my Super Tenere in 2016 it had no luggage with it and I was about to go away on a trip. Bought a 40ltr Lomo drybag, which I still have and use on almost every trip I do. It’s never leaked and remains my go to bag for trips. I just bungee it to the rear seat. I’m pretty sure I paid £22 for it and it’s only £29.95 now.

For my Norway trip I got myself a 60ltr drybag and a pair of crash bar bags. Such good gear for little cost.

I also like that the dry bag holdalls are not stuff bags, they have a zip along the length of the bag.

If these are not available in the US, there might be an import business opportunity here for one of you Americans.
 
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