SANTA ANA, Calif. - Nelson Rigg’s new Survivor Edition adventure dry bags are made from 24 oz. tarpaulin PVC that’s specially coated for strength and to help prevent slipping and marking. They're also reportedly 100 percent waterproof.
The company noted that the bags were designed to work with factory and aftermarket tail racks, seats and saddlebag racks on most popular adventure and dual-sport models. Each bag is built using electronically heat-welded seams and an air-tight roll closure system that helps ensure that no water enters the bag — even, the company said, in the harshest of downpours.
The duffle bags are mounted using anodized heavy-duty quick release buckles and nylon soft tie webbing. They can be mounted across or along the seat or tail section. The bag’s compression straps also feature hi-viz reflective accents. D-rings provide mounting points for additional items.
The bags come in two sizes — a medium bag with an approximate capacity of 39 liters and a large bag with a 71 liter capacity. The Survivor Edition dry bags come in hi-visibility yellow, orange and black. All bags feature a no-hassle lifetime warranty, according to Nelson Rigg.
Posted by Dennis Johnson