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Old 01-21-2014, 06:57 AM   #31
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I must say these are GREAT bags. All my Wolfman gear is excellent.



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Old 01-21-2014, 07:55 AM   #32
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I agree with lowmax.
DRZ400s with Exp.tank bag,Exp dry bags(yellow) + fender bag.
Dropped the bike several times with no damage to the bags.
The fender bag has never come loose either.
Great products.
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Old 01-23-2014, 03:06 PM   #33
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Just received my Wolfman Hoop's and Tank Bag Top Pocket bags. I must say I LOVE THEM!

The Hoop's are everything I need to carry my extra tools while making use of the saddle brackets on my DRZ. My Teton bags fit nicely over them and give me some extra room. Next up is the Beta Mini to complete my set up.

The Top Pocket for my Rainier tank bag (on my GS) is REALLY a nice addition. Having a dedicated bag for my spare gloves is great!

Now if you'd only come up with a Top Pocket for my Enduro tank bag

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Old 01-25-2014, 03:51 AM   #34
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Wolfman Enduro tank bag

I really like their Enduro Tank bag.
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:32 AM   #35
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I'm a fan a the medium dry duffel!
Fits nicely on my rear rack.
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:04 AM   #36
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Introductin the Blackhawk Tank Bag

New for 2014 the Blackhawk Tank Bag PN-M0305

Wolfman is excited to announce a new tank bag in our product line. The Blackhawk.
Inspired by customer desire, the Blackhawk Tank Bag fits in between the compact Enduro Tank Bag and Explorer Lite. Its 8 liter capacity and trim lines give it great clearance for off-road riding. The Curved base contours snugly to most sloped tanks. The foam structure gives the Blackhawk “Soft-Rigidity”, allowing the bag to flex.

The new style Map/Clear Pocket is a step forward in versatility. We have taken the traditional “Map Pocket” and made it more useful to riders who use electronics, we have incorporated a strip of Loop material inside the pocket, and include a strip of Adhesive “Hook” to attach on your electronics ( Smart Phone, GPS, Spot, etc.) so they stay put.

Items can be kept organized with one stealthy outside pocket and an internal mesh pocket under the top. The Silver interior makes it easy to see the contents of the bag. A small removable/adjustable Bunji-cord across the top provides a convenient spot for gloves and such while fueling. (Please don't ride with your gloves under the shock-cord or you may never see them again.)

The Blackhawk mounts securely to the tank via our 4-point harness. The bag also incorporates fore and aft flexibility allowing the user to get the perfect bag placement on the tank. The Blackhawk utilizes the same 4-point harness as used on the Explorer Lite, Rainier, and Large Expedition Tank bags, making switching out bags a snap.

Features Include:
-New style Removable Map/Clear Pocket with interior loop strip to stabilize Electronics, remotes. (1 Strip of Adhesive Hook–Included)
-Adjustable Bunji-cord, Ideal for gloves while fueling up. (Not intended for use while bike is in motion…meaning we ain’t buying you new gloves.
-Large #10 YKK Main Zipper with extended Flap to keep the elements out.
-Subtle Front zippered Pocket.
-Reflective carry handle and sides.
-Exterior D-Rings (For M903 Shoulder Strap-Sold separately.)
-Interior Zippered Mesh Pocket.
-Interior Key Clip
-1” 4 point Mounting Harness same as used on the: Rainier, Large Expedition, and Explorer Lite Tank Bags.

Construction:
-Full 1680 Denier P/U coated Ballistic fabric.
-Non Skid, non-Scratch bottom
-3/8” Foam laminate Body and bottom for Support and Give. With Pleasing Silver interior.
-Reinforced Stitching throughout.
All Seams are Bound
-Legendary Wolfman Design, Function, Construction, and Quality.

Dimensions:
Length: Top 9” (22 cm) Bottom: 11¼” (28cm)
Height: Front-Facing Rider- 8” (20cm) Rear: 3 1/2” (9cm)
Width: 7” (17cm)

Capacity: 8 Liters
Accessories Available:
M956 Rain Cover Retail Price: $ 19.49
M903 Shoulder Strap Retail Price: $ 10.99
M924 Extra Mounting Harness Retail Price: $ 10.99 (2 are used)
A148 Clear Pocket Replacement Retail Price: $ 15.49

Part Number: M0305

Blackhawk Tank Bag Retail Price: $ 129.99

Web Page Link HERE.

Cool Images:

The Blackhawk Tank Bag on our Super Tenere, at the Pawnee Buttes of Colorado.


In Motion. (The bag on the Rear is a Expedition Dry Saddlebag used as a Tail/Rack Bag with 2-Bottle Holsters.)


In the Studio:






Great Bag.

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Old 02-14-2014, 12:09 AM   #37
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Hey it's Jade from the rawhyde trip recently. I was on the f8 with Alaska plates. One of the things I've been irritated with is the huge gs tank bag when I'm riding off-road. Besides the fact it got destroyed on that trip it's not up to the challenge of my riding style. I was wondering what tank bag you would recommend for my bike? Also do you offer one that is water proof? Here in Alaska the weather can change rather quickly. Any help would be great. Thanks Jade
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Old 02-14-2014, 05:33 AM   #38
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Old 02-14-2014, 06:39 AM   #39
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Eric
Hey it's Jade from the rawhyde trip recently. I was on the f8 with Alaska plates. One of the things I've been irritated with is the huge gs tank bag when I'm riding off-road. Besides the fact it got destroyed on that trip it's not up to the challenge of my riding style. I was wondering what tank bag you would recommend for my bike? Also do you offer one that is water proof? Here in Alaska the weather can change rather quickly. Any help would be great. Thanks Jade
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Old 02-19-2014, 12:19 AM   #40
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So I may get have a weekday off soon and thought I'd swing up to HQ to check some things out. Is test fitting bags a possibility??? I have the rack already, just not sure what bags I'd like.

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Old 02-19-2014, 08:11 AM   #41
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So I may get have a weekday off soon and thought I'd swing up to HQ to check some things out. Is test fitting bags a possibility??? I have the rack already, just not sure what bags I'd like.

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Old 02-19-2014, 10:51 AM   #42
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Any fitment opinion for the Blackhawk on the 2014 GSA?
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Old 02-19-2014, 06:47 PM   #43
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i see those two D rings on either side of the map pocket,,, same as the enduro i have,, what are they intended for?
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Old 02-19-2014, 06:52 PM   #44
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We add a 1/8" Bunji Cord assembly to put gloves or what ever under during Gas stops etc. Currently only offered on the New Blackhawk Tank Bag.

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Old 02-19-2014, 09:59 PM   #45
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Old or new mounting method faster on/off?

I've got a set of BRMoto side racks for my DR650 (Wolfman OEM I believe). I'll be ordering a set of your Expedition Dry Saddle Bags and wanted to ask whether you thought the older Wolfman or newer universal strap system was faster/easier to get the bags on and off the bike? In other words, since I have racks that are compatible with the older mounting system, would it be worthwhile to get the older straps.

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