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Sherpa Tank Bag

MSRP: $179.00
Price: $99.00
You Save: $80.00 (45 %)
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Manufacturer: Nomad Rider

The Nomad Rider Sherpa tank bag is the ultimate combination of size and convinanance. Designed to fit dual sport, adventure bikes and most dirt bikes.  Equipped with a large center compartment with  a separate clear  pocket for your map, three separate side compartments to keep your gps, mobile phones, cameras etc.. from getting damaged on your adventure!  Also included is a stuff bag for quick and easy removal of your goods. Easy zip off bag leaving the “bra” in place for quick and easy fuel stops.  Transferable from bike to bike with no additional mounting equipement or tools required.

Volume 11.5 Liters


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*SIZE 13L x 10.5W x 9H
*PVC Coated 1000 Tarpaulin
*Waterproof Zipper
*Universal bike fitment for most dirt, dual sport, enduro, street, and adventure bikes
*Inside lid pocket
*Front handle
*Bra type fitment system for quick and easy fuel stops
*Three outside storage pockets
*Transfer from bike to bike

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Dr 650, Love the Tank bag!
Ed (Oregon) 4/12/2013 1:58 PM
Gentlemen, Just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that I am very satisfied with the Sherpa Tank Bag that I ordered on 3/24/13
Awesome tank and Venture bag fro KLR!
Larry (SD) 4/1/2013 11:39 AM
Hello! Last spring I purchased your Venture bag and Sherpa tank bag for my KLR650. I used these bags all last year and was very pleased with their quality, durability, and price. I gave these bags positive reviews on my website As a rider/adventurer who has used and reviewed your products positively on my website I am well qualified as a sponsor of your products. I have used your bags on extended tours, as well as overnight campouts and in all types of weather – extremely hot and very cold weather where I have woken to find my bike and bags covered in a thick coat of frost. They have been rained soaked, sun baked, and covered in mud. I am extremely pleased with how well they have withstood all. Below is an outline of 2012’s trips: April 2012 Trip to Moab, Ut. Day 1: Departed Minot ND - Arrived in Rapid City SD Day 2: Toured the South Dakota Black Hills area, visited Mt Rushmore, Custer State Park, and Devils Tower in Wyoming Day 3: Departed Rapid City, SD and arrived in Estes Park, Colorado. Day 4: Toured the Rocky Mountain National Park area and the haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park. Day 5: Departed Estes Park, Co and for Grand Junction Co. Day 6-9: Arrived in Moab, toured Arches National Park and then joined the Gas Gas Dual Sport Rally for some off road riding in the area including a ride at Onion Creek and camping. Day 10-12: Returned home. July 2012 Trip to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora ND Day 1: Arrived and setup camp at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, near Medora, ND. Day2: Toured through the North Dakota bad lands and with close encounters with wild horses and buffalo. Day 3: Rode to the Northern Unit of North Dakota Bad lands and toured the area Day 4: Returned home. August 2012 Camping trip at Lake Sakakawia State Park Day 1: Arrived Lake Sakakawia State Park – set up camp and tour the area Day 2: Rained all morning stayed in camp / Early afternoon toured the lake and area. Day 3: Returned home Sept 2012 Day 1: Arrived Lake Metegoshe State Park near Bottineau ND Day 2: Touring the area – off road riding, Lake loop, Day 3: Visited local attaction, Mystical Horizons October 2012 - Sheyenne River Scenic Byway Day 1: Arrived Fort Ramson, ND and setup camp. Day 2: Visited historic sites including old Fort Ransom Day 3: Rode the Scenic Byway and explored off road trails Day 4: Returned home. All of these trips are documented on my website where I wish to add Nomad Rider as a sponsor. This sponsorship would put your products in front of over 2,000 KLR650 riders per month and would include my endorsement of your bags. I am also preparing for KLR650 trips in 2013which include the Horizons Unlimited Meeting in Grant, CO, a statewide tour of Montana and a return visit to Moab Utah, as well as smaller trips throughout the season. I recently purchased a Kawasaki KLX400 for more aggressive off road adventures and will be outfitting this bike with soft bags for 2013 rides that will also be documented on my site. I have attached two pictures from my trips last summer. Both of these shots are posted on my website and feature your bags.I hope to hear from your soon as I believe my adventure trips and your products are ideally matched. Thank you, Larry Zirtzman Lawritz Mann of (701) 721-4755
KLR650 Adventures
Lawritz Mann (USA) 7/11/2012 7:50 AM
Love this bag; have used it for several cross country trips and found nothing about it that I did not like. Fits perfectly on my KLR650.
Tank bag
Phil (Denver) 12/17/2011 11:16 PM
Map top pockert is awsome, fit great, great value!
KTM Adventure
Travis H (LA) 11/12/2011 10:22 AM
Love three the small pockets on the outside! Perfect fit on the big Adventure!
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