Ortlieb Dry Bag Duffel Bags
- Product Review (submitted on May 14, 2010):
- I saw one of these bags at a BMW rally in back in the early 90's. I had seen them in the Catalog when I bought my first Aerostich Suit so when I had a BMW without saddlebags I purchased two of the large bags. One gets the tent under- tarp, poles and stakes with the tent and rain-cover stuffed on top and any dirty clothes after the first night of camping. The other bag has clothes, with each change of clothes rolled-up with rubber bands holding them together. Two rubber bands denotes a shirt and t-shirt inside, one rubber band denotes just a long sleeved t-shirt. If you use the light-weight fabric pants and shirts in the Catalog you end up with four inch thick roll for each change of clothes and four rolls will make one layer in the bottom of the bag. On top I stuff the sleeping bag and pillow and sneakers (which are in a sealed plastic bag when dry.) Those two bags and a small bag under a heavy-duty bungee net to hold rain gear, electric clothing or beer in is all I used or needed for 11 years I owned that old K-Bike. I sold the K-Bike but kept the bags and use them now on my BMW that has OEM saddlebags.